DEVIN HESTER SETS NFL RECORD PROVING HE IS STILL VERY RELEVANT.

Last night the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were set to show the Atlanta Falcons a thing or two.  Well……. ummmm… while that didn’t actually pan out, but the game was still full of excitement.

Former Chicago Bear turned Atlanta Falcon, Devin Hester, was told he is at the end of his career and his days of running back amazing touchdowns were coming to an end with younger, stronger defenders on the field.  Well either they were all in aw of his presence last night or maybe Hester is just that good.

In last nights Falcons vs Buccs match-up, Hester set an NFL record a 62 yard touchdown return. This was Hester’s 20th kick return touchdown and he now leads the league in this category shattering Hall of Famer and former Falcon Deion Sanders return record.

The Falcons continued to rally through what was very close to being a shutout game by snagging a huge W and notably tied a team record for the largest halftime lead.  Yes ladies and gentlemen at the half we were looking at a 35 point lead. 

So congrats to Mr. Hester on his new accomplishment and proving all those naysayers wrong!

Final Score: Falcons  56    Buccaneers 14

Full in depth FFRN breakdown of this match-up and what the Buccs need to seriously address coming later today.

DEVIN HESTER SETS NFL RECORD PROVING HE IS STILL VERY RELEVANT.

Last night the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were set to show the Atlanta Falcons a thing or two. Well……. ummmm… while that didn’t actually pan out, but the game was still full of excitement.

Former Chicago Bear turned Atlanta Falcon, Devin Hester, was told he is at the end of his career and his days of running back amazing touchdowns were coming to an end with younger, stronger defenders on the field. Well either they were all in aw of his presence last night or maybe Hester is just that good.

In last nights Falcons vs Buccs match-up, Hester set an NFL record a 62 yard touchdown return. This was Hester’s 20th kick return touchdown and he now leads the league in this category shattering Hall of Famer and former Falcon Deion Sanders return record.

The Falcons continued to rally through what was very close to being a shutout game by snagging a huge W and notably tied a team record for the largest halftime lead. Yes ladies and gentlemen at the half we were looking at a 35 point lead.

So congrats to Mr. Hester on his new accomplishment and proving all those naysayers wrong!

Final Score: Falcons 56 Buccaneers 14

Full in depth FFRN breakdown of this match-up and what the Buccs need to seriously address coming later today.

HAS IT ALREADY GOTTEN THIS BAD FOR SOME NFL TEAMS  ALREADY?

by: KaSandra Hunt | Football Fan Rush Network

As fans an aficionados of American Style Football, we have to live with the fact that….. injuries  are a coming.

We have watch horrible feats by way of bad hits and mashup landings on the field. It’s heart breaking and takes our breadth away instantly as we hope it’s not serious or career ending.

As we approach week 3 ( and my little fingers has gone numb getting all the weeks sports news out) I bring you the latest injury updates by way of SBNation! 

Hit up the link below and see what shape your team for week 3.

http://bit.ly/1o38znv

HAS IT ALREADY GOTTEN THIS BAD FOR SOME NFL TEAMS ALREADY?

by: KaSandra Hunt | Football Fan Rush Network

As fans an aficionados of American Style Football, we have to live with the fact that….. injuries are a coming.

We have watch horrible feats by way of bad hits and mashup landings on the field. It’s heart breaking and takes our breadth away instantly as we hope it’s not serious or career ending.

As we approach week 3 ( and my little fingers has gone numb getting all the weeks sports news out) I bring you the latest injury updates by way of SBNation!

Hit up the link below and see what shape your team for week 3.

http://bit.ly/1o38znv

Join us Sunday, September 14th at 10AM CST as we talk all things NFC North.  We spent all week chatting with fans getting their predictions and thoughts on their favorite teams.  Will the Packers bounce back after a week one loss to the Superbowl Kings? Can Jay Cutler and crew redeem themselves after despite a few key injuries.  Cordarelle Patterson wasn’t happy about the Patriots snub and plans to lead the charge as te Vikings match-up against the Patriots.  The Detroit Lions got off to a good start once again this season, but can the Panthers pull off a win to silence Lions fans?
Tune-in for laughs, opinions, predictions and breaking news with the crew of Football Fan Rush Radio via BlogTalkRadio!

Join us Sunday, September 14th at 10AM CST as we talk all things NFC North.  We spent all week chatting with fans getting their predictions and thoughts on their favorite teams.  Will the Packers bounce back after a week one loss to the Superbowl Kings? Can Jay Cutler and crew redeem themselves after despite a few key injuries.  Cordarelle Patterson wasn’t happy about the Patriots snub and plans to lead the charge as te Vikings match-up against the Patriots.  The Detroit Lions got off to a good start once again this season, but can the Panthers pull off a win to silence Lions fans?

Tune-in for laughs, opinions, predictions and breaking news with the crew of Football Fan Rush Radio via BlogTalkRadio!

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Patterson looks great as Vikings dominate Rams
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson ran for 102 yards on just three carries, with a 67-yard scoring run off a simple pitchout and the Vikings looked impressive across the board under new coach Mike Zimmer, shutting down the St. Louis Rams 34-6 on Sunday.
Running Adrian Peterson rambled for 212 yards the last time the Vikings played in St. Louis in December 2012, enjoying the view on the end zone video board at the end of an 82-yard run. But on Sunday the All-Pro runner only gained 75 yards on 21 carries in the opener.
Rams quarterback Shaun Hill only lasted one half as the stand-in starter for Sam Bradford, missing the rest of the game with a quadriceps injury and leaving untested Austin Davis in charge. Coach Jeff Fisher believed Hill was hurt before his last pass was intercepted by Josh Robinson with 1:09 to go in the half, setting up Matt Cassel’s 8-yard pass to Greg Jennings for a 13-0 lead.
The Vikings were in command the rest of the way.
Patterson broke at least four tackles on the 67-yarder that put the Vikings up 20-3 late in the third quarter. He had carries of 23 and 12 yards in the first half and added three receptions for 26 yards.
Last year, Patterson returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and led the NFL with a 32.4-yard average.
The Vikings kept the Rams down in the second half with four of their five sacks, and Harrison Smith’s 81-yard interception return made it 34-3 late in the fourth quarter. It’s the third career interception return for a touchdown by Smith, beginning his third season.
Brian Quick had seven catches for 99 yards for St. Louis. The Rams didn’t help themselves with sloppy play and were penalized 13 times for 121 yards.
Robinson intercepted an underthrown pass by Hill looking like the primary receiver, tapping the turf with his right foot before going out of bounds. Cassel needed four plays and 48 seconds to find Jennings.
The 34-year-old Hill made his first start since 2010 and was 8 for 13 for 81 yards. After the game, he was guarded about his status and also declined to discuss how he was hurt.

Davis, who was 16 for 23 for 192 yards and an interception, has been with the Rams at least parts of the last three seasons. (Photo: Associated Press)

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Patterson looks great as Vikings dominate Rams

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson ran for 102 yards on just three carries, with a 67-yard scoring run off a simple pitchout and the Vikings looked impressive across the board under new coach Mike Zimmer, shutting down the St. Louis Rams 34-6 on Sunday.

Running Adrian Peterson rambled for 212 yards the last time the Vikings played in St. Louis in December 2012, enjoying the view on the end zone video board at the end of an 82-yard run. But on Sunday the All-Pro runner only gained 75 yards on 21 carries in the opener.

Rams quarterback Shaun Hill only lasted one half as the stand-in starter for Sam Bradford, missing the rest of the game with a quadriceps injury and leaving untested Austin Davis in charge. Coach Jeff Fisher believed Hill was hurt before his last pass was intercepted by Josh Robinson with 1:09 to go in the half, setting up Matt Cassel’s 8-yard pass to Greg Jennings for a 13-0 lead.

The Vikings were in command the rest of the way.

Patterson broke at least four tackles on the 67-yarder that put the Vikings up 20-3 late in the third quarter. He had carries of 23 and 12 yards in the first half and added three receptions for 26 yards.

Last year, Patterson returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and led the NFL with a 32.4-yard average.

The Vikings kept the Rams down in the second half with four of their five sacks, and Harrison Smith’s 81-yard interception return made it 34-3 late in the fourth quarter. It’s the third career interception return for a touchdown by Smith, beginning his third season.

Brian Quick had seven catches for 99 yards for St. Louis. The Rams didn’t help themselves with sloppy play and were penalized 13 times for 121 yards.

Robinson intercepted an underthrown pass by Hill looking like the primary receiver, tapping the turf with his right foot before going out of bounds. Cassel needed four plays and 48 seconds to find Jennings.

The 34-year-old Hill made his first start since 2010 and was 8 for 13 for 81 yards. After the game, he was guarded about his status and also declined to discuss how he was hurt.

Davis, who was 16 for 23 for 192 yards and an interception, has been with the Rams at least parts of the last three seasons. (Photo: Associated Press)