Peyton Hillis Great 2011 Fantasy Football PPR Player (Underrated)

  Peyton Hillis is a top 30 player in just about every fantasy football rating you look at.  That not bad for a fullback traded for a back up quarterback. Peyton Hillis has emerged as the Cleveland  Browns premier running back and exploded last year rushing for 1177 yards, 13 touch downs, and 61 receptions for 477 yards.  Peyton Hillis went from a no name player to the cover of Madden (Which for the superstitious is a bad... Read More

Buy Madden NFL 12 and get $20 off

It is finally here! Madden 2012 has been released today.   This is one of the most anticipated versions of Madden yet.  It is selling in stores for $59.99 but if you order it from Amazon while they still have their promotion you get a $20 credit to amazon and the exclusive all Freshman and Sophomore teams in Madden.  It comes with free shipping and I guess you will have to wait, but you will be saving a lot of money.  Reviews have said they... Read More

Weekend Trip to Cleveland

Cleveland has been called the mistake on the lake, but I would like to tell you that there is actually a lot of great stuff to do in Cleveland.  I go to Grove City College which is about 2 hours from Cleveland, so some friends and I decided to spend the weekend in Cleveland.  It was a lot of fun and exciting.  One of the things that Cleveland has a lot of is culture.  Cleveland was a huge industrial town that had a big immigrant work force.... Read More

Defenseless Receiver: The NFL’s Contradictions

Quick Overview of the Events: In the last two weeks (weeks 5 and 6) of the 2010 NFL season there have been 6 players injured (Mohamed Massaquoi, Joshua Cribbs, Jordan Shipley, Todd Heap, DeSean Jackson, and Dunta Robinson) due to illegal hits, either helmet to helmet or defenseless receivers.  The NFL and its owners have said that this is unacceptable and they will be cracking down.  5 of 6 players that received concussions were in... Read More

Sport’s Blog Take I: Here Goes Nothing

  There have been few things in my life that have given me greater pleasure in life than sports, and this blog is where I, Ford Jordan, express my opinions about the sports world.  I am warning my readers in advance that I may have been accused of being a homer once or twice in my life. 🙂 Being that I am from Cleveland I am a huge homer and will probably have a huge bias toward all things Cleveland or Ohio.  I will, however, try to refrain... Read More