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PostSubject: WEEK 1 NFL PREVIEW    Thu Sep 09 2010, 16:31

America’s favorite sport roars back into action Thursday night (NBC, 8:30 PM ET) in the first game of NFL Kickoff 2010 Weekend. This year’s contest features a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game as the Super Bowl XLIV champion NEW ORLEANS SAINTS host the NFC North champion MINNESOTA VIKINGS.

The Thursday night celebration will start with "THE KREWE OF NFL KICKOFF PARADE" and "NFL KICKOFF 2010 PRESENTED BY EA SPORTS," a free concert open to the public in New Orleans’ Jackson Square that will feature Grammy Award-winning artists DAVE MATTHEWS BAND and TAYLOR SWIFT. There will be simulcast coverage of the one-hour pregame show from 7:30-8:30 PM ET on NBC and NFL Network.



Every player, coach and fan is ready.

The NFL returns this week. It’s "Back to Football" time. That means the next five months will be packed with the sizzle and suspense that comes only with the National Football League.

Everybody is ready for the unique unpredictability of the NFL. And every team enters the new season with hope.

Last year, 65 percent of the games were within one score (eight points or fewer) in the fourth quarter. Fourteen percent were decided in the final two minutes or overtime. And for the 14th consecutive year, at least five teams made the playoffs after missing out the year before, including the Super Bowl XLIV champion New Orleans Saints.

All the anticipation that started with the NFL Combine last February, heightened by the NFL Draft in April, and peaked with the opening of training camps in July comes to realization this weekend. It’s time to get "Back to Football."

As the 2010 NFL season kicks off, it comes packed with changes, quests and questions:

CAN THE SUPER BOWL CHAMPION SAINTS REPEAT?: It’s tough. It’s happened only eight times since the first Super Bowl in 1967. But the Saints are up for the challenge. "It’s going to be difficult to repeat," says New Orleans quarterback and Super Bowl XLIV MVP DREW BREES, "but we embrace that challenge. We’re in the business of winning and we have an opportunity to create a legacy here that’s not just about one championship. We see what we have here and it’s something that can be really special."

MILESTONES ON THE HORIZON: Records are made to be broken…So what records will be set this season? Some milestones that can be reached this season: Minnesota QB BRETT FAVRE needs three TD passes to become the first player in NFL history with 500 and needs 671 passing yards to be the first to reach 70,000… Indianapolis QB PEYTON MANNING can become the first quarterback with 11 4,000-yard seasons and needs 1,348 passing yards to move into third place all-time…New York Jets RB LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON can extend his NFL-record streak of consecutive 10 rush-TD seasons to begin a career to 10…Tennessee RB CHRIS JOHNSON (11 100-yard games in a row) needs 100 rushing yards in each of his next four games for the most consecutive 100-yard rush games (15) in NFL history…New England WR RANDY MOSS & Cincinnati WR TERRELL OWENS need two and six receiving TDs respectively to join JERRY RICE as the only players with 150 receiving TDs… Houston WR ANDRE JOHNSON can become the first player in NFL history with three consecutive 1,500-yard receiving seasons…Atlanta’s TONY GONZALEZ needs one catch to become the first TE in NFL history with 1,000 receptions…And Green Bay’s CHARLES WOODSON needs one interception-return touchdown to become the third player in NFL history with at least 10 INT-TDs.

NEW COACHES/PLAYERS IN NEW PLACES: There are three new head coaches in 2010 – PETE CARROLL in Seattle, CHAN GAILEY in Buffalo and MIKE SHANAHAN in Washington. Last year, new head coaches enjoyed success as JIM CALDWELL of Indianapolis and REX RYAN of the New York Jets led their teams to the AFC Championship Game.

And there are a lot of well-known players with new teams, including DONOVAN MC NABB with the Redskins; JULIUS PEPPERS with the Bears; KARLOS DANSBY & BRANDON MARSHALL with the Dolphins; ANQUAN BOLDIN with the Ravens; ANTONIO CROMARTIE, SANTONIO HOLMES, JASON TAYLOR & LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON with the Jets; TERRELL OWENS with the Bengals; THOMAS JONES with the Chiefs; JAKE DELHOMME with the Browns; DUNTA ROBINSON with the Falcons; and ANTREL ROLLE with the Giants.

ON-THE-FIELD TRENDS: Passing soared…running backs impressed…versatile players continued to give defensive coordinators fits…and surprise teams continued to emerge.

Net passing yards (111,853) were the highest ever and games averaged 436.9 pass yards, the second-most in history…Ten QBs passed for 4,000 yards, 12 threw for 25 TDs and five had a passer rating of at least 100.0 – all NFL records…Tennessee RB CHRIS JOHNSON became the sixth player in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,006) and broke the single-season scrimmage yards mark (2,509)…Carolina RBs JONATHAN STEWART (1,133) & DE ANGELO WILLIAMS (1,117) became the first set of teammates to each rush for 1,100 yards in a season…Three players – Buffalo’s FRED JACKSON, Cleveland’s JOSHUA CRIBBS and Tennessee’s Johnson – totaled over 2,500 combined yards, matching the total that had accomplished the feat in the previous 89 seasons…The Super Bowl champion Saints rebounded to win the NFC South after a last-place finish in 2008, the NFL-record seventh consecutive year a team went from "worst-to-first" in its division…And there were five new division winners on the heels of a record-tying six in 2008 (since realignment in 2002).
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PostSubject: Re: WEEK 1 NFL PREVIEW    Thu Sep 09 2010, 17:33

jady wrote:
America’s favorite sport roars back into action Thursday night (NBC, 8:30 PM ET) in the first game of NFL Kickoff 2010 Weekend. This year’s contest features a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game as the Super Bowl XLIV champion NEW ORLEANS SAINTS host the NFC North champion MINNESOTA VIKINGS.

The Thursday night celebration will start with "THE KREWE OF NFL KICKOFF PARADE" and "NFL KICKOFF 2010 PRESENTED BY EA SPORTS," a free concert open to the public in New Orleans’ Jackson Square that will feature Grammy Award-winning artists DAVE MATTHEWS BAND and TAYLOR SWIFT. There will be simulcast coverage of the one-hour pregame show from 7:30-8:30 PM ET on NBC and NFL Network.



Every player, coach and fan is ready.

The NFL returns this week. It’s "Back to Football" time. That means the next five months will be packed with the sizzle and suspense that comes only with the National Football League.

Everybody is ready for the unique unpredictability of the NFL. And every team enters the new season with hope.

Last year, 65 percent of the games were within one score (eight points or fewer) in the fourth quarter. Fourteen percent were decided in the final two minutes or overtime. And for the 14th consecutive year, at least five teams made the playoffs after missing out the year before, including the Super Bowl XLIV champion New Orleans Saints.

All the anticipation that started with the NFL Combine last February, heightened by the NFL Draft in April, and peaked with the opening of training camps in July comes to realization this weekend. It’s time to get "Back to Football."

As the 2010 NFL season kicks off, it comes packed with changes, quests and questions:

CAN THE SUPER BOWL CHAMPION SAINTS REPEAT?: It’s tough. It’s happened only eight times since the first Super Bowl in 1967. But the Saints are up for the challenge. "It’s going to be difficult to repeat," says New Orleans quarterback and Super Bowl XLIV MVP DREW BREES, "but we embrace that challenge. We’re in the business of winning and we have an opportunity to create a legacy here that’s not just about one championship. We see what we have here and it’s something that can be really special."

MILESTONES ON THE HORIZON: Records are made to be broken…So what records will be set this season? Some milestones that can be reached this season: Minnesota QB BRETT FAVRE needs three TD passes to become the first player in NFL history with 500 and needs 671 passing yards to be the first to reach 70,000… Indianapolis QB PEYTON MANNING can become the first quarterback with 11 4,000-yard seasons and needs 1,348 passing yards to move into third place all-time…New York Jets RB LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON can extend his NFL-record streak of consecutive 10 rush-TD seasons to begin a career to 10…Tennessee RB CHRIS JOHNSON (11 100-yard games in a row) needs 100 rushing yards in each of his next four games for the most consecutive 100-yard rush games (15) in NFL history…New England WR RANDY MOSS & Cincinnati WR TERRELL OWENS need two and six receiving TDs respectively to join JERRY RICE as the only players with 150 receiving TDs… Houston WR ANDRE JOHNSON can become the first player in NFL history with three consecutive 1,500-yard receiving seasons…Atlanta’s TONY GONZALEZ needs one catch to become the first TE in NFL history with 1,000 receptions…And Green Bay’s CHARLES WOODSON needs one interception-return touchdown to become the third player in NFL history with at least 10 INT-TDs.

NEW COACHES/PLAYERS IN NEW PLACES: There are three new head coaches in 2010 – PETE CARROLL in Seattle, CHAN GAILEY in Buffalo and MIKE SHANAHAN in Washington. Last year, new head coaches enjoyed success as JIM CALDWELL of Indianapolis and REX RYAN of the New York Jets led their teams to the AFC Championship Game.

And there are a lot of well-known players with new teams, including DONOVAN MC NABB with the Redskins; JULIUS PEPPERS with the Bears; KARLOS DANSBY & BRANDON MARSHALL with the Dolphins; ANQUAN BOLDIN with the Ravens; ANTONIO CROMARTIE, SANTONIO HOLMES, JASON TAYLOR & LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON with the Jets; TERRELL OWENS with the Bengals; THOMAS JONES with the Chiefs; JAKE DELHOMME with the Browns; DUNTA ROBINSON with the Falcons; and ANTREL ROLLE with the Giants.

ON-THE-FIELD TRENDS: Passing soared…running backs impressed…versatile players continued to give defensive coordinators fits…and surprise teams continued to emerge.

Net passing yards (111,853) were the highest ever and games averaged 436.9 pass yards, the second-most in history…Ten QBs passed for 4,000 yards, 12 threw for 25 TDs and five had a passer rating of at least 100.0 – all NFL records…Tennessee RB CHRIS JOHNSON became the sixth player in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,006) and broke the single-season scrimmage yards mark (2,509)…Carolina RBs JONATHAN STEWART (1,133) & DE ANGELO WILLIAMS (1,117) became the first set of teammates to each rush for 1,100 yards in a season…Three players – Buffalo’s FRED JACKSON, Cleveland’s JOSHUA CRIBBS and Tennessee’s Johnson – totaled over 2,500 combined yards, matching the total that had accomplished the feat in the previous 89 seasons…The Super Bowl champion Saints rebounded to win the NFC South after a last-place finish in 2008, the NFL-record seventh consecutive year a team went from "worst-to-first" in its division…And there were five new division winners on the heels of a record-tying six in 2008 (since realignment in 2002).
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PostSubject: Re: WEEK 1 NFL PREVIEW    Thu Sep 09 2010, 18:56

Tiresome isn't it. They keep on coming back with ever inventive ways to show how dumb they are.

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