Tuesday Morning Tailback 2012

February 5, 2013
Baltimore Ravens, World ChampionsNevermore
And so it ends.

January 29, 2013
A fake Jim Nantz and Phil SimmsWhy So Much Suck?
Now the sports media have their talking points for the week to stop any chance of real fans getting real Super Bowl pre-game coverage.

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January 22, 2013
Jim & John HarbaughThe Brothers Harbaugh
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh and San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh will became the first brother to face-off as head coaches in the Super Bowl.

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January 15, 2013
Peyton ManningKneeling Down On the Job
Nothing is worse than a coach who doesn’t play to win. And this is especially true in the playoffs.

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January 8, 2013
Kyle and Mike ShanahanThose Shanahans Need to Be Fired!
It may have taken an entire season, but I think I’ve finally figured out why the constant use of “RGIII” by mainstream sportscasters and broadcasters has become such a burdensome thorn in my side.

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January 1, 2013
Tony RomoRomo Is the Hero Dallas Deserves
If I have to hear another excuse for the Dallas Cowboys, I’m going to ban sports media from my television.

Article by J.D. Cook

December 25, 2012
Dolphins vs Chiefs on Christmas Day 1971The NFL on Christmas
A brief look at the short and unremarkable history of NFL games played on Christmas day.

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December 18, 2012
Tony Gonzalez of the Atlanta FalconsGiant Goose Egg
The New York Giants have got to be the oddest world champions ever in the Super Bowl era.

Article by J.D. Cook

December 11, 2012
NFL Commissioner Roger GoodellGoodell Is Bad
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is thinking about getting rid of kickoffs. Really?

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December 4, 2012
Bob Costas and OJ Simpson in the Early 1990sSalivating Over a Tragedy
There was a tragic murder-suicide Saturday morning in Kansas City and the victim’s families deserved an outpouring of sorrow and grief. But that would not happen in the sports media, where members would one-up each other in scoring political points with their left-wing bosses.

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November 27, 2012
Texas Stadium before being implodedDallas Is Dead
The sports media tries to resurrect the Dallas Cowboys as a “great” team every time they give the slightest whiff of being a coherent team.

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November 20, 2012
Steelers Bum Bum Bumblebee UniformsAlternate Uniforms Should Be a Bit More Alternate
What used to be a bit of a novelty is fast becoming a downright embarrassment for some times who don ridiculous uniforms.

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November 13, 2012
Philadelphia loses to Dallas to fall to 3-6.The Dream Team
With the worst record in the NFC and a current 5-game losing streak, it may be over for the Philadelphia Eagles as we know them.

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November 6, 2012
Doug Martin of Tampa BayNFL 2012 Midseason Report
The 2012 season has yet to live up to the excitement of 2011, but we do know is that there will be some surprises down the stretch which may yet make this a memorable season.

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October 30, 2012
Dolphins vs Jets, 10/28/12Dolphins Flying In the Sky
The Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Jets 30 to 9 on Sunday in the Jets home stadium. There was a lot of nervousness in the stadium because a hurricane was rapidly approaching.

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October 23, 2012
Chris Johnson of the Titans against the Buffalo BillsParity or Mediocrity?
The NFL has long had a policy on parity as it is generally felt that games take on more importance when more teams have a legitimate chance at a championship.

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October 16, 2012
Peyton Manning leads unbeleivable comebackI’ll Be Back
Peyton Manning is not done yet. This was point was absolutely clear when he led the Broncos to an incredible second half comeback victory against the Chargers.

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October 9, 2012
Reggie Wayne against the PackersIn the Alternative Universe
There is this growing trend of creating alternative universes to set up totally unprovable prognostications.

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October 2, 2012
Brian Cassella of the Chicago BearsOctober Skies
The calendar has turned to October and there is daily evidence that summer is over and football season is truly here.

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September 25, 2012
Steve SabolSteve Sabol
The NFL lost a true legend this past week. Although he never played a down, Steve Sabol and NFL Films did as much for the game as anyone else in history.

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September 18, 2012
Official Saints fanStop the Saints!
The weird odyssey between the NFL and the New Orleans Saints took yet another absurd turn this past weekend when a replacement ref was pulled because he boasted of his loyalty on Facebook.

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September 11, 2012
Robert Griffin IIIThe Idiocy of Overused Acronyms
Robert Griffin III is a very talented rookie whose future looks bright with the Washington Redskins. His name is, however, so laborous that it must be shortened to the acronym “RG3″.

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September 4, 2012
NFL2012 Season Preview
Today, I’ll put my own credibility on the line by making my own picks, division by division, and analyzing how these agree or disagree with the picks that all of you submitted last week.

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August 28, 2012
Pick the 8 Division ChampionsTMT’s “No BS” Challenge
Once again to kick off the NFL season, we are launching special challenge to readers to forecast who they think will be the 8 Division Champions at the end of this regular season.

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Tuesday Morning Tailback logoTuesday Morning Tailback is a weekly article during football season which take a critical look at the NFL. We do this from the base belief that NFL football is the greatest game in the history of mankind, but some recent policies and the overall direction of the league has chipped away at this greatness.