The National Football League (NFL) always has ways of surprising fans, whether it is a league-wide shutdown or the Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs. And this year's NFL draft was no different from the many shocks the NFL throws at fans daily.
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar visited Blair on Feb. 14 morning to screen a video clip from his new documentary, "On The Shoulders of Giants," the story of the Big Five, commonly known as the Harlem Rens.
After an exciting year of NFL action, two of the most storied NFL franchises, Green Bay and Pittsburgh, will go head-to-head to see which team holds football supremacy in 2011.
As the Packers and the Steelers prove to be the last teams standing with Super Bowl Sunday just two weeks away, fans in our nation's capital are left weeping over another losing season for their beloved Redskins. It seems as if every offseason brings optimism to the Washington fanbase, with owner Dan Snyder bringing in gaudy, high-priced free agents – only for the hopes and dreams of 'Skins faithfuls to be crushed when the burgundy and gold spend another year as an NFC East bottomfeeder.
Last week's match-ups left fans stunned and a bit confused. The Cowboys won their second game, beating a strong New York Giants defense that was expected to steamroll over the 'Boys.
We saw a lot of ups and downs in week ten. After the Cowboys lost (again) - they've now only got one win this season - the management fired head coach Wade Phillips and hired the team's offensive coordinator Jason Garrett as an interim coach.
Week eight left a lot of Redskins fans around the DMV stunned - the Lions were able to beat the 'Skins by 12 points after coach Mike Shanahan decided to bench starting quarterback Donovan McNabb.
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