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Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our overly optimistic preview of the 2014-15 NFL season for all 32 teams. We’ve broken down why every team — yes, even your team (and yes, even your team, Rams fans) — will win it all this year. We’ll also give some reasons for pessimism and even estimate an actual season prediction. Next up: The Baltimore Ravens.
If Ray Rice Doesn’t Condone His Actions, He Did A Terrible Job Of Explaining What Those Actions Were
A lot has been made of the Rams’ drafting of Michael Sam, the first openly gay NFL player. One day we will get to a point where this is neither a big deal nor a news item, and when we do, Sam, the Rams and the NFL can take credit. The NFL has created serious societal goodwill, but being the NFL – the league that was quick to fine players for celebrating in the end zone and slow to fine those that delivered dangerous, crippling hits – they’re doing their best to erode it. And in the case of Ray Rice, the Pro Bowl running back for the Ravens, they might have given it all away.
A video uploaded to YouTube last week showed a man peeing on Art Modell’s grave. That got us thinking about other sports team owners that once held a city’s hearts in his hands – before he crushed them, becoming a hated pariah forever more.
Memes and photoshopped images and GIFs and jokes. Ahh, Twitter Christmas has arrived — and its Santa Claus coaches the Pittsburgh Steelers. A full breakdown of how the internet is handling this moment in sports history, inside.
This Brutal Head-To-Head Hit By A Ravens Defender Actually Wiped Away A Critical Touchdown By Le’Veon Bell
Le’Veon Bell’s touchdown was called back after review, but not because he was down before the goal line. This may be one of the only times we see a defensive player save the game by leading with his helmet and knocking his opponent’s clean off.