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Emil Steiner
Editor and Blogger

Emil Steiner

The author of NFL Crime Watch and Founding Editor of The League.

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  • Jess Atkinson - Retired Player
  • Desmond Bieler - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • Matthew Bonesteel - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • Cindy Boren - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • David Carter - Sports Business Professor
  • Charley Casserly - GM
  • Jon DeNunzio - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • Doug Farrar - Sports Statistician
  • Emilio Garcia-Ruiz - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • A. Brion Gardner - Sports Orthopedist
  • David Larimer - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • Zach Leibowitz - Sports Reporter / Blogger
  • Charles Mann - Retired Player
  • Mark Maske - Sports Reporter / Blogger
  • Keenan McCardell - Retired Player
  • Matthew Prowler - Psychiatrist
  • Dan Reeves - Hall of Fame Coach
  • Peter Schaffer - Agent / Sports Attorney
  • Emil Steiner - Lead Producer / Blogger
  • Dick Vermeil - Retired Coach
  • Gene Wang - Sports Editor / Blogger
  • Ron Wolf - Retired GM
  • Don Yee - Agent / Sports Attorney

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By Emil Steiner  |  August 28, 2008; 4:37 PM ET Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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The Philadelphia Eagles of this decade remind me of those early 90's Buffalo Bills teams. The only difference being that the Bills did not choke until the Super Bowl. Enjoy your offseason Philly fans.

Posted by: BeltwayBoy | January 19, 2009 12:09 PM

It'll be interesting to see how the Cardinals build their gameplan on how to beat the Steelers' top-ranked defense and I think the only way Arizona can beat Pittsburgh is to capitalize on every possession and come away with points.

Posted by: foster_316 | January 20, 2009 1:03 PM

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