Who is The Best Team in the AFC

LT's late touchdown carries Jets past Broncos
The Jets win for the 5th consecutive game
October 17, 2010 Invesco Field DENVER 
The NFL's Best running back ever,  LaDainian Tomlinson scored his second touchdown from 2 yards out with 73 seconds left after a pass interference flag and the New York Jets rallied past the Denver Broncos 24-20 on Sunday. LT is a class act in the NFL and he is proving it week in and week out.
The Denver Broncos (2-4), led most of the game,  but after a play where Santonio Holmes and Denvers safety Renaldo Hill jostled near the goal line which led to Hill being called for pass interference gave Tomlinson the chance to score on the next play so they could get one last shot at the win.

A bad snap by J.D. Walton at midfield, however, was recovered by cornerback Dwight Lowery with 35 seconds left as the Jets (5-1) left Invesco Field with best record in the AFC.

New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis runs after recovering a fumble during the first half of an NFL football game between the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, in Denver. (AP Photo/ Jack Dempsey )

The 2010 New York Jets

Footballs Top 10 Greatest Running Backs in the NFL

Footballs Top 10 Greatest Running Backs in the NFL

Running Backs have always been my favorite players to watch. Here I have complied the top ten all time greatest running backs in the history of the NFL. Marion Motley who was the "Jackie Robinson" of football, Earl Campbell who has been described  as a "one-man demolition team", Campbell was a punishing runner, the Lawnmower star of the Miami Dolphins in the '70's Larry Csonka, a Blaze of Glory for the Dallas Cowyboys Tony Dorsett are just a few who grace this list.

Maybe you have other ideas who deserves to be on this list, but whatever the case may be I am sure you will agree that everyone on this top ten list deserves to be here. And yes each and everyone of them has been inducted to the Football Hall of Fame.

10 Best Super Bowl Commercials

We all know that the Super Bowl is one of the most watched sporting events of the year.  Super Bowl parties are somewhat a tradition. What would a Super Bowl party be without nachos, chilli and wings! And whether you are a football fan or not whop doesnt  enjoy the commercials before and during the game. While there have been many amazing commercials over the years, I have a few that are my all time favorites.

From the Budweiser Clydesdale Horses to Mean Joe Green (who really wasnt so mean) getting a coke and giving a smile to a cute little boy.

How about when Farrah Fawcett creamed Joe Namath . .  here you can see them all and a few more classic Superbowl Commercials

Indianapolis Colts and the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl XLIV in Miami will be  played on a neutral field, but as in every Super Bowl there is  always one team that is designated the "home team" and the other one is designated as the "visitors."

Root Root Root for the Home Team

The Indianapolis Colts for Super Bowl XLIV will be the team wearing their White helmet with Blue jersey and White pants "home" blue uniforms. While the Saints will be in their "road" Gold helmet with white jersey and gold pants   So the Colts will wear their home blue uniforms, and the Saints will wear their road uniforms. The Saints will also get to call heads or tails on the coin toss. Other than that, it doesn't make much difference which team is considered home and which is away. For the Colts one has to to ask, maybe it does matter if the Colts are "home" or "away"? Looking back Indianapolis's record in previous Super Bowls when the Colts wore their "away" white jersey they are 2-0, having won Super Bowls XLI and V as the "road" team, but 0-1 in the blue jerseys, having lost Super Bowl III as the home team.

The Colts are also staying at the same hotel where they stayed the last time the Super Bowl was in South Florida, when they beat the Chicago Bears. Note there are 25 players who have Super Bowl experience.

The Colts Defense
Sunday, Jan. 24, 2010, in Indianapolis The Colts in the  AFC Championship game made it to the playoffs by beating the Jets  30-17. By game's end  it was the Colts' defense - previously known mostly for being small and quiet - that could do the talking (they held New York to 86 yards on 29 carries). They were that good while the game still was in doubt, and they were even better when the Jets had to resort to passing. (Shone Green).
"No one gives that defense much thought, because Peyton is always the headliner -- and for good reasons," said Boomer Esiason, a former All-Pro quarterback turned broadcaster. "But that defense is really, really good. They may be the fastest unit in the league. They seldom give up big plays, and they always keep the Colts in the game.

Shortly after Jim Caldwell was handed the coaching reins by the retiring Tony Dungy, he did something very un Dungy-like: He fired the assistants responsible for two glaring Colts problems -- the defensive coordinator and specials teams coach. 

 Larry Coyer of Tampa Bay was brought in  as defensive coordinator. And by the end of the season the Colts' defense still had the outstanding speed which has long been a trademark, but now it was tougher against the run and much less predictable in pass coverage.

Remarkably, they achieved that improvement even after losing Pro Bowl safety Bob Sanders for most of the season, and starting a rookie free agent, #25 Jerraud Powers, at corner when veteran Marlin Jackson was limited.

For the last four years #58 Gary Brackett has been the starting middle linebacker and defensive captain for the Indianapolis Colts. Brackett, a 5-11, 235-pounder signed as a free agent from Rutgers in 2003. He shares this Coyer  favorite sayings - "Don't be the dog that barks out loud. Be the dog that's quiet that bites you."

"When we get guys out there that fly around, we have performances like we did," said Freeney, who led the Colts with 13.5 sacks in the regular season, followed by Mathis with 9.5.

Legenary Wide Receivers in the NFL

The guys on the field that wear the Tight Pants are the notorious Wide Receivers and they wear these pants so tight for both for the comfort and to to avoid giving the defenders anything to grab on to.
Wide Receivers are the guys on the field that simply catch the ball. He must have must have super speed, good hands and great football sense. They need to be able to both catch the ball and have the speed to run for yards after making a catch. Besides being fast and talented, a wide receiver needs to have good concentration and be able to run smart passing routes so the quarterback has can find him so that he can throw the ball.  The wide receiver is a "flash position" - receivers are the ones that score the touchdowns and it is these guys that make most of the week in review highlights in the news.

Jerry Rice better known as The Goat


Lynne Swan was truly like Baryshnikov in Cleats

Steve Largent otherwise known as Master of Illusion 

Art Monk always brought in the Big Money

Raymond Berry known for his Determination, Dedication and Desire