AFC – Who has the best 2011 NFL Nike Combat jersey design?

 

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While I cannot personally agree with some of the top picks by voters, the reviews are very mixed with some of the Nike Pro Combat designs presented for the 2012 NFL season, when Reebok loses their contract.

Many people feel they are a ripoff from the college designs, but I’m not sure what to expect other than what we have, from the same group of artists.

This poll as well as the NFC side will expire at the end of the regular season, January 1 2012. See below for the photos!

AFC - Who has the best 2011 Nike Combat jersey design?

  • Cincinnati Bengals (39%, 48 Votes)
  • Oakland Raiders (26%, 32 Votes)
  • Tennessee Titans (22%, 27 Votes)
  • Miami Dolphins (14%, 17 Votes)

Total Voters: 124

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Super Bowl in the Snow

With the Super Bowl  for the 2013-2014 season being played in the new Giants/Jets MetLife Stadium in New York (East Rutherford, New Jersey), it will be the first ever final NFL game in cold weather climate, outside.

Last year the Super Bowl was held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. This year’s big game is at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana – the home of the Colts.

The logo for the 2014 game was unveiled today, with an icy blue-and-white snowflake, centered before the George Washington Bridge. “I think that’s great,” the NFL commissioner Roger Goddell said. “A little snow would be great for us. But whatever comes our way, we’re going to be prepared for it.”

Although the lowest Super Bowl kickoff temperature has been 39 degrees, average February temperatures at East Rutherford, New Jersey, are 24 to 40 degrees. “It’s football like it was meant to be played; in the open, exposed to whatever winter throws our way,” the new print advertising campaign for the game states.

Goodell is hoping for light snow and maintained the organizers will be prepared for foul weather. “We’re coming and playing in the winter, and I think that would be great,” he said. “Some of our most memorable games were played in unusual weather circumstances. Winter and cold are part of football, and snow is also.”

Top NFL players – week 3

Who is going to be the hottest free agency pickup on the market this week? Yeah, the guy to my right, Torrey Smith, the Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver taking the place of Lee Evans for the week. This is shocking because not only did he tie Wes Welker for the top receiver position of this past weekend, but they both led all other fantasy players in points for their owners. Surprise? Yeah, a bit.

Another wideout makes the list this week in New York, Victor Cruz replacing Mario Manningham. Those two make the shock factor surreal.

As I only do Quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers on this list, I want to make a special shout-out to two players. One of my all-time favorites, Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley, grabbing 85 yards and 3 touchdowns from Aaron Rodgers (26 points) and… yes, the Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey for scoring 6-for-6 on field goals last night, netting him 21 fantasy points.

Without further ado, I present week 3’s top players:  Continue reading “Top NFL players – week 3” Top NFL players – week …