Entries by Robert Vetrano

A journey back in time when the NFL was different

As the years pass and I get older, I look back at some of the things that have changed in the NFL since becoming a fan. As a child things were so different in the NFL and I also watched football differently compared to how I watch today. So many of the things that have changed over the years are still fresh in my mind and […]

The Pro Bowl is meant to be closure

Growing up I always loved the Pro Bowl. I couldn’t wait to see all the star players from the NFL together on the same field. To me the game was always meant to be a fun time for everyone who watched. It also meant a relaxing trip to Hawaii for the players lucky enough to be […]

Some thoughts from Non professional eyes

After three days and seven selections for the Cowboys the NFL Draft has ended. As everyone knows the Cowboys made their biggest selection on Thursday night when they traded up eight spots and selected cornerback Morris Claiborne from LSU. With Claiborne and Brandon Carr the Cowboys defense looks to be greatly improved from last season. As far […]

The Cowboys welcome Morris Claiborne

Through all the mock drafts and all the interviews Cowboys fans were convinced that either Mark Barron, David DeCastro or even Michael Brockers would be selected in the first round. But as I sat watching the draft last night and also watching the Cowboys War Room on my laptop I noticed something strange happening as […]