Tag Archives: football

  • Chest-Bumping A Kicker Isn’t The Best Idea (Video)

    Chest-Bumping A Kicker Isn’t The Best Idea (Video)

    Chest-bumping your 69-year-old offensive line coach who has a bad hip and uses a cane isn’t the best of ideas, but it tends to work out a lot better than chest-bumping your high school kicker following a touchdown as he makes his way onto the field for the extra point. Poor guy never saw it […]

  • 11 Hot NFL Daughters

    11 Hot NFL Daughters

    We here at Total Pro Sports tend to focus so much on the hot WAGs from the world of pro sports that a very important segment of hot women is often overlooked: the hot daughters from the world of pro sports. Well, this oversight ends today, because we’re bringing you a list of the NFL’s […]

  • 2011 Weekly NFL Locks: Week 2

    2011 Weekly NFL Locks: Week 2

    It was a tough week one for us.  While the Philadelphia Eagles barely made us sweat, the same can’t be said about our other two picks, as the Tennessee Titans failed to cover the spread by half a point, while the Jets were able to come away with the win, but they couldn’t cover the […]

  • 2011 NFL Season: 9 Logical Predictions Based On Week 1

    2011 NFL Season: 9 Logical Predictions Based On Week 1

    We’ve been previewing the 2011 NFL season for weeks now, it seems, and enough it enough. Now that the first full weekend NFL football is complete, it’s time to step back, take stock of everything that’s transpired, and figure out what these various outcomes portend for the remainder of the season. In other words, yes, […]

  • The Hardest Hit Yesterday Came From The CFL? (Video)

    The Hardest Hit Yesterday Came From The CFL? (Video)

    Yes, it did! The National Football League returned to action as they kicked off their 2011 regular season yesterday, and while their players may be bigger, stronger and faster than those playing in the Canadian Football League, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they hit harder.  Just ask Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Buck Pierce, who was […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Dying Is A Transaction?

    Picture Of The Day: Dying Is A Transaction?

    Deceased is a transaction? Seriously Yahoo? So who exactly did the San Jose Sharks make this deal with? God? Daniil Sobchenko was a passenger on the plane that crashed while carrying players on KHL team, Lokomotiv. The 20-year-old center was drafted by the Sharks with the 165th pick in the 2011 draft.

  • 2011/12 Weekly NFL Locks: Week 1

    2011/12 Weekly NFL Locks: Week 1

    It is finally here. The 2011 NFL season is underway and with the first full slate of Sunday games right around the corner, we here at TotalProSports want to put some cash in your pocket with our weekly NFL locks. Here is a look at how we see things shaping up during week one. Game: […]

  • Watch A Cheerleader Get Run Over By A High School Football Player (Video)

    Watch A Cheerleader Get Run Over By A High School Football Player (Video)

    Football players across America have spent the past week shaking off the rust and dusting off their shoulder pads, as both the high school and college seasons kicked off for most of the country’s schools.  However, the players weren’t the only ones shaking off the rust.  The cheerleading squads from various schools found themselves doing […]

  • Which Football Team Should You Root For? (Flowchart)

    Which Football Team Should You Root For? (Flowchart)

    As the 2011-2012 NFL season draws near, most of us already have our allegiances. However, for any new NFL fans out there in internetland, maybe you could use a hand sorting through all the teams and settling on a favorite. Lucky for you, today we came across this amazing decision flow chart by some cool […]

  • 13 Most Awesome Old-School Sports Video Games

    13 Most Awesome Old-School Sports Video Games

    The other day, as I was negotiating a trade between the New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals in the franchise mode of MLB 11 The Show for PlayStation 3, I made a very obvious realization: sports video games sure have come a long, long way. There I was in 2011, tending to every minute […]