Week Eight of Football Friday Night showcased a showdown between two 1-6A heavyweights that took more than four quarters to decide, another double-header at the SAC, and three 5A programs that further distanced themselves from the rest of their competition
Week Seven saw the beginning of district play for every El Paso-area district. There were three games that went down to the wire with the winners scoring the game-winners with two minutes or less to go in the ball game
It was a light week of action in Week Six of Football Friday Night as District 2-5A took the week off. District 1-6A continued district with Montwood still searching for their first win of the season and Eastwood looking to bounce back after giving a two touchdown lead and losing to Americas a week ago
All three major El Paso-area districts have finally begun district play. 1-5A is now at their third week, 2-5A on their second week, and 1-6A kicked off. While we witnessed some games get out of hand, we also had three games that came down to the wire
While domestic violence has existed for a very long time, both in the National Football League and in the world at large, the issue in the NFL has taken the spotlight since video of Ray Rice dragging his then-fiance Janay Palmer from an elevator after knocking her unconscious
Week Four provided us another great week of high school football action. District 1-5A continued with their second week of district play. District 2-5A began district play this, and District 1-6A played out-of-town competition as they have a week to wait for their district play to begin
The Minnesota Vikings enter another season in perpetual rebuilding mode. They have a new head coach in Mike Zimmer, and, while Matt Cassel is the starting quarterback right now, it could be only a matter of time before rookie Teddy Bridgewater takes over
Week Three of Football Friday Night took place on the night after 9/11, and no El Paso-area team played on Thursday night. District 1-5A, the largest district in the area, began district play last week-- except for El Paso High who had a bye week
The Detroit Lions come into the 2014 season hoping to be able to put together a complete season and get themselves into the postseason. They stumbled down the stretch last year when they had the best opportunity to win the division
The Chicago Bears come into 2014 with the pain of knowing they let the North division slip from their grips last year and are looking to change that this season. Marc Trestman returns to lead what looks like one of the unstoppable offense in the NFL, but can his re-worked defense do enough to stop opponents and overtake the division from Green Bay?
There is no doubt that Jay Cutler has established himself as the quarterback for the Bears
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