Posted on: September 30, 2009 9:14 am
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Tebow's Concussion

Tim Tebow will go down in college football history as one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play the game. However, Gator fans held their breath after he went down to a concussion in Florida's win over Kentucky. It is a good thing the Gators are off this week so Tebow can get some rest. However, next weekend Florida faces a their biggest road challenge of the season as they go down to Baton Rouge to face LSU. There is no question that Tebow will chomping at the bit to try and get ready for this game. However, coach Urban Meyer must use a handle with care approach. Meyer must confirm with the doctors before letting Tebow out on the practice field and with Tebow being so competive, that won't be so easy. Concussions are not the most easiest when it comes to a healing process. But, when this game starts, look for Tebow playing and running the Gators spread against the Bayou Bengals.
Posted on: September 29, 2009 8:44 am
 

Cowboys On The Run

Last night at Jerry Jones' new football palace, the Cowboys improved to 2-1 with a win over the Panthers. For the past couple of years the Cowboys' offense has been a pass first, second and third option. However through the first three games, they have coming out running the ball averging over 193 yards rushing which included 212 on the ground last night. Most teams now have two-headed running attacks. The Cowboys are a three-headed attack. Marion Barber despite not playing last night is the power runner, Felix Jones has great speed, and Tashard Choice could start on some teams in this league. It also helps if you have one of the biggest and best lines in all of football. If the Cowboys continue to run hte ball effectivly, it will make Tony Romo's job easier and big plays in the passing game will come. When people talked abour the NFC East, the first teams that talked about were the Giants and Eagles. But, with a three pronged rushing attack, the Cowboys have just as good a chance as well.
Category: NFL
Posted on: September 28, 2009 7:27 pm
 

Hello

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Harry Mann, and this my first entry for CBSSports.com. I have been a Boston sports fan all my life. But, I always have a look at what is happening all around. I hope with this blog, I can share with you my thoughts at what is going on and I will give you no holds barred views. Some of you will like what I have to say, others might not. Starting tomorrow get ready to hear my point.
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