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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Are The Bucs Cursed?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been awful for quite a while. This is not news to anyone. The debate is why? Why does it seem like year in and year out this franchise struggles to find its way? There are endless opinions about why, some make sense, some are just ridiculous. The first thing that I hear from people when talking about why the Bucs suck is usually the multiple
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NFL: And Then … There Were Two

Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion With the loss by the Cincinnati Bengals to the Houston Texans last Monday night, there are only two undefeated teams left in the NFL, the Carolina Panthers in the NFC and the New England Patriots in the AFC. Which of these two teams, IF they even do, lose their first game first? Lets break it down via opponents and potential road
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Atlanta Falcons: Roddy White Signs Four-Year $30 Million Extension

[caption id="attachment_28464" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (October 19, 2013 - Source: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images North America)[/caption] The Atlanta Falcons signed Roddy White to a four-year contract extension worth up to $30 million Thursday, with White set to get $18 million over the next two years. It is a good deal for the team and for White, as he showed last year that he has a lot left in the tank at
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New Orleans Saints: Why They Needed to Sign Jimmy Graham Long-Term

[caption id="attachment_28172" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (November 20, 2013 - Source: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images North America)[/caption] The New Orleans Saints and Jimmy Graham have agreed to a four-year, $40 million deal. It includes $21 million guaranteed. It is the richest contract for a tight end in the history of the NFL. Simply put, there was no way the team could afford to lose Graham. New Orleans did win the arbitration hearing