Tom Brady’s Super Bowl playground

February 6 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Now who is the Bad Man? Matt Ryan just proved that he will never be that guy. Tom Brady reminded all of his that he is that guy. For Brady, the New England Patriots’ 34-28 comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, proved to be the defining moment […]


Chargers light up Thursday night

October 14 Dennis J. Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO-Watching the fourth quarter of the NFL’s Thursday Night matchup between the San Diego Chargers and the Denver Broncos, LTD’s 1978 hit single “Holding On” kept popping up through my mind. Because that is exactly what the Chargers did to preserve their second win of the season. “It means […]


Seahawks’ Super Stupid Call

February 2 Dennis J. Freeman 0

There is stupid. Then there is the level of stupidity that the Seattle Seahawks navigated at the end of their Super Bowl contest against the New England Patriots. The stupid and almost unforgivable mistake I am talking about is what Pop Warner, high school of college football coaches wouldn’t make […]


Playing With a Chip on Their Shoulders

January 30 Dennis J. Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO-The Seattle Seahawks had just had their hats handed to them in a 30-21 defeat to the San Diego Chargers in Week 2. The setting was Qualcomm Stadium on a bright and sunny, Sunday afternoon. But the mood inside of the Seahawks’ locker room that day right after Chargers […]


Super Win for Wilson, Seahawks

January 19 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Luck happens when preparation meets opportunity. That’s exactly what happened in the NFC Championship Game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers Sunday afternoon. First name Russell…last name Wilson…That’s about the only two words that the Green Bay Packers will  be uttering under their collective breaths while they’re watching […]


Russell Wilson and Super Bowl Talk

January 29 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has proven to be a class act-off and on the field. On Media Day as the Seahawks prepare for their Super Bowl showdown with the Denver Broncos, Wilson met and spoke with the media on a variety of topics. Below is the conversation Wilson had […]


Super Run for Broncos and Seahawks

January 20 Dennis J. Freeman 0

So it will be the Legion of Boom going up against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. The best defense provided by the Seattle Seahawks matching skills against the NFL’s top offense. Sounds like good theater for this year’s Super Bowl. The best in the game in All-Pro cornerback Richard […]


Another Super Feeling for Ray Lewis

February 4 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Ray Lewis has silenced all of the haters. Joe Flacco has officially dismissed the doubters. Torrey Smith finally has some joy to share after dealing with a nightmarish tragedy. Ed Reed doesn’t have to worry anymore about his pocketbook being lighter because of delivering another one of his ferocious hits. […]


A Bright Light, Tragic Ending for Junior Seau

Many people throw the words game-changer around a lot. Future Hall of Famer and San Diego Chargers great Junior Seau brought it to life on the football field every Sunday he played in the NFL.  Game schemes couldn’t stop Seau from unleashing his football fury into opponents.  Football pundits like […]

Monday's Meditation

The NFL’s Blackout on Super Bowl Sunday

February 6 Dennis J. Freeman 0

The NFL has failed its Black History Month moment test. That’s because the NFL production called the Super Bowl has turned back into the “Ozzie and Harriet” show. For those who don’t know anything about the 1950s and 60s television sitcom, “Ozzie and Harriet,” was the type of show that […]


Ochocinco Ready for Super Bowl Stage

February 4 Dennis J. Freeman 0

New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco didn’t have quite the productive season he envisioned when he signed with the NFL’s AFC champions. But he may wind up with the last laugh. After being mired in the dismal atmosphere with a poor to mediocre Cincinnati Bengals team for most of […]