The Sports Geeks Pick Super Bowl XLV

After four weeks of preseason, 17 bone-crushing regular season weeks, and three weeks of the playoffs, the most important game of the 2010-2011 National Football League season is finally here: Super Bowl XLV.  Betting in your favorite team is currently […]

The Sports Geeks Present: Game Picks for the NFL Conference Championships

It was a sad weekend at The Sports Geeks offices as all of the teams that our writing staff root for were eliminated from the National Football League’s postseason. It was a sadder weekend for those who’d rooted for the […]

The Sports Geeks Present: Game Picks for the NFL Divisional Playoff Round

After an NFL Wild Card Weekend that lived up to its “wild” billing, neither of the teams that squared off in Super Bowl XLIV last February are still alive. And that is only one of many storylines to come out […]

The Quest for “True” Home-Field Advantage in the NFL

As soon as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones built his monument to football in Arlington, Texas, and earned the right to host Super Bowl XLV, his stated goal for “America’s Team” was to make a Super Bowl run and become […]

Embracing History: An Argument for Playing Super Bowl XLVIII at Meadowlands Stadium

From May 24th through May 26th, 2010, the NFL owners will be coming together for another set of offseason meetings.  While rule changes and ownership approvals will be on the docket, there will also be another matter of importance which […]

An NFL Rookie Salary Cap — The 1st Step to Improving the League in the Next CBA

Despite all of the excitement of free agent moves and superstars finding new homes for the 2010 National Football League season, the uncapped year that has provided the foundation for all of these moves disguises a damaging potential situation coming […]