As the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens begin preparations for Super Bowl XLVII, both teams will be looking to players from the University of Miami to make some game-changing plays in the game.
The Miami Dolphins will look to avoid a fourth consecutive losing season on Sunday against the AFC East’s best team, the New England Patriots.
The Miami Dolphins, led by a rookie head coach and rookie quarterback, have exceeded expectations this season and believe it or not, thanks to some bizarre circumstances; the Dolphins are still alive in the playoff hunt.
As a football fan, you almost have to feel sorry for soon-to-be former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. He’s gone from nearly reaching the pinnacle of the NFL to being persona non grata in less than four months.
Instead of a sports lead here, I thought it proper to remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He, along with several other pacifist leaders, kept the civil rights movement from descending into chaos; despite facing some of the most vile vitriol and abuse that bigoted people in the South ever could have done.
Quick agenda for today….the Fins are about to get left at the altar, but they shouldn’t care; the Heat hit the court again looking to end a two-game losing streak; and the Panthers return to the ice.
When ESPN dedicated an hour of programming for the second time to Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow Thursday morning; it gave the appearance that Tebowmania may have jumped the proverbial shark.
Fresh off a playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tim Tebow now must travel to Foxboro, Massachusetts to battle Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Statistically, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is one of the worst passers in the league; and that may cost him playing time when the Broncos host the Pittsburgh Steelers.