By Brad Wingate
Who is my favorite player? That’s an easy one. It’s Curtis Granderson, center fielder for the Detroit Tigers. He is perhaps the most integral piece of the Tiger’s lineup, as well as the cornerstone of the defense. Not only does he show heart and hustle on every pitch, but he plays by one simple rule: Don’t think, just play. It is those 4 words that are written under the bill of his hat, and those 4 words that he tries to abide by each and every game.
Curtis has an incredible attitude towards not only the game, but also More >
Guest article by Deesto
Brett Favre’s football heroics are well-documented, legendary, and numerous. And with the 2008 NFL season, Favre looks to relocate the ending of his storied career to a new town: by bringing Favre to New York, the Jets hope to build their own tradition to rival that of Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
In the move to New York, Favre replaces incumbent Jets’ quarterback Chad Pennington, who, despite successful seasons, playoff appearances, and an all-time leading completion percentage with a mediocre team, was expected to battle Kellen Clemens once again for the Jets’ starting job. In a concerted effort More >
By: Jason DiOrazio
Jason Taylor Player Bio/Best Cards
Reggie White, Bruce Smith, Deacon Jones, and Jack Youngblood. These four NFL players have something in common, and that is being some of the best at the defensive end position. In a few years, another name could be added to that list, and that name is Jason Taylor, defensive end for the Washington Redskins. While many defensive players have had flashes of glory since the 1997 season, Jason Taylor has been exceptional for the past 11 NFL seasons.
Jason Paul Taylor was born on September 1, 1974 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Taylor was home schooled from More >
By: Jason DiOrazio
Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Marvin Harrison and Chad Johnson. These are some names of wide receivers that any football fan would know. In the past few years though, there has been one receiver who has been creeping up to this elite status, and his name is Braylon Edwards, wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns. While the receivers I named are getting older and older, Edwards is young and fit to be the next superstar at wide receiver after the first four retire.
Braylon Jamel Edwards was born on February 21, 1983 in Detroit, Michigan. As a child, Edwards was More >
Eric Dickerson and Marshall Faulk. These are two names that many people know. And many people know them for their playing time for the Los Angeles and St. Louis Rams. Well there is a new running back in St. Louis by the name of Steven Jackson. Through only being in the league for four years, he is a big name in this new era of running backs which includes LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Westbrook, Frank Gore, Adrian Peterson and Maurice Jones-Drew just to name a few. His cards are on the rise in value as well. He has some of the More >
By Daniel Steinman (lil5up3rman of SCF)
Brett Favre was born October 10, 1969 in Gulfport, Mississippi. Favre played college ball at the University of Southern Mississippi, he was drafted in the second round of the draft in 1991 by the Atlanta Falcons, a year later he was traded to the Green Bay Packers for the 19th pick in the draft. Four games into the 1992 season Favre became the starter and held that role until his retirement in 2008. During his career, Favre had some outstanding achievements, below are just a few.
- Leagues only three time MVP (1995-1997) - Winner of More >