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There’s always a team no one expects to succeed in the NFL playoffs, and everyone always tries to figure out which one it’s going to be so they can brag about it later. It’s a noble endeavor. Two seasons ago, it was the Arizona Cardinals blasting through teams in the playoffs and finding their way into the Super Bowl, where they were about a minute away from beating the Pittsburgh Steelers. This postseason, I’m going to reach in my pants, find my balls (sorry about that visual) and use them to make a suggestion that very few people will write.

The Saints have a good chance of losing to the Seahawks.

Yeah, I said it. And because I don’t feel like writing a cohesive essay about it, I’m going to write why I think so in small, digestible sections.
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While reading some articles on Danny Woodhead (who is slowly but surely becoming a good replacement over Randy Moss as a player I’ll never hate), I saw a commercial for The Fighter, the new Mark Wahlberg movie that’s out and decided to read some reviews on it in order to see if it was worth seeing (which it does). My mind sort of drifted for a couple minutes, and when I focused again, I couldn’t tell whether or not I was reading about the “little fucker” or Mahhky’s new fahkin’ movie.

So now, I decided to turn it into a game. Which is it: Woodhead or The Fighter?
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I had gone to an NFL training camp one time in my life before.  Way back, when I was about eight years old and on vacation in Colorado, I got to see Broncos training camp. I was too young to know anything about what was going on at the time, but I do remember John Elway was there, and that my mom got her picture taken with Steve Atwater. Being older, and a much wiser NFL fan, I was trying to take in the experience of being at training camp, along with trying to make observations about the team and players who stood out.

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Cleaning part of my room, I was reminded that I used to have a Sports Illustrated subscription when I found an issue from 2005, an “NFL DRAFT SPECIAL” that had to have come out only a week after the draft. I’ll take you through my journey, and we’ll learn that predictions on sports are so crazy sometimes.
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Even when Brandon Marshall holds his own football camp for kids, he still has to deal with criticism. This time, however, the criticism came from someone who probably still eats paste in kindergarten.

Thanks for the epic picture, Orlando Sentinel:

Brandon Marshall has had a few issues to deal with in his personal life during the past six years or so. The new Miami Dolphins wide receiver has had to deal with poor decisions, or as he says “bumped my head a few times,” that involved much publicized arguments, arrests and so on.

But of all the off-the-field troubles the former Winter Park Lake Howell and UCF star has had to deal with, he met his match on Friday morning at his own first annual Brandon Marshall Camp 19 at Lake Howell.
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To conclude the two-part series of best names in the NFL, here’s the AFC edition.

Here are the criteria for deciding the best names:
-Creativity
-Number of words
-Pronounciation
-If it makes you sound like a badass or not
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It’s that time of the off-season again! To get over the woes of no football, I embark on a two-post journey to find the player with the best name on each of the 32 teams in the NFL. Today we start with the AFC, and sooner or later the NFC post will come up.

To refresh your memory, these are the criteria used in deciding what the best name on a team is:
-Creativity
-Number of words
-Pronounciation
-If it makes you sound like a badass or not

Not all names are starters on their team, but they are part of the 53-ish person roster. To see the winning names from last year, here’s the AFC and the NFC edition.
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