September 2011

June 18, 20112 Comments

Super Bowl XLII

News has been slow amidst the NFL lockout so you’ve probably heard about the Twitter war that erupted between Lesean ‘Shady’ McCoy and Osi Umenyiora a couple of days ago. Anyway if you didn’t bother to click on the link above here is a paraphrased version of the story. Osi filed an affidavit claiming the [...]

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June 16, 2011No Comments

Locked In: 2 Guys discuss the NFL’s secret labor negotiations, the NBA Finals, and Drew Rosenhaus’s newest client

This week 2 Guys talk about the secret negotiations that have been taking place regarding the NFL lockout, Terrell Pryor’s workout with Ocho Cinco, and why NFL employees have already paid a heavy price because of the lockout. In addition, 2 Guys discuss how the Mavericks won the NBA Finals, the follies of Kenny Britt, [...]

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June 15, 2011No Comments

When is My Turn: The 5 Players who I Would Most Like to See Win a Super Bowl

The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat in this year’s NBA Finals to secure the first title in team history.  Although much of the focus following the NBA Finals has been on the shortcomings of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the rest of the Heat, some more positive articles have looked at the incredible journeys to the [...]

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June 9, 2011No Comments

Closer Than it Appears: 2 Guys talk about a late start to the 2011 season, Terrell Pryor, and the importance of fantasy football

This week Two Guys talk about the how the lockout is casting a cloud of doubt on the start of the 2011 NFL season how the potential of an 8 game schedule is a distinct possibilty. In addition, 2 guys talk about, former Ohio St. QB, Terrell Pryor’s chances of playing QB in the NFL [...]

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June 7, 2011No Comments

Not my fantasy: How fantasy football may already by dead in 2011

Although, the secret negotiations that took place between the players and the owners (without the involvement of lawyers) offered a ray of hope to many football fans for a normal 2011 NFL season, a report surfaced on several websites today suggesting the league office was preparing for a schedule that included as few as 8 games.  In this model, the regular season would [...]

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