Newest Additions to FSB

Well boys and girls, our sports network of blog sites just keeps getting bigger and bigger. We’ve launched three new sites over the past week as we continue our quest to be your one stop shop for all your football addiction needs.

StripeHype – A Cincinnati Bengals Blog


Our lead blogger for the newly launched Bengals forum is Bo Vandy. While a veteran of the Sports Blog Community, this is the first time Bo has been able to write about his beloved Bengals. Why the Bengals you ask? Because in 1989 as a young child, Bo was enamored with the striped helmets, and player names like Boomer and Ickey. Since then Bo has had to suffer through miserable season after miserable season, but has remained loyal, to a fault.

Hey Bo……I’ve been a Cards fan all my life, so I’m right there with ya.

G-Men Headquarters – A New York Giants Blog


Our lead Giants blogger is Neil Keefe,a die-hard New York fan from southern Connecticut and currently a senior at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, home to New England Patriots fans. He’s written for the New Haven Register (Connecticut newspaper), Sports Grumblings, New York Baseball Online, and The Bleacher Report. Along with these various publications, Neil has hosted a New York Yankees blog, the River Ave Report, which has been recognized by several Yankee beat writers and they have been kind enough to contribute to his blog, something he plans on incorporating in the Giants blog as well.

The Landry Hat – A Dallas Cowboys Blog

Our lead Cowboys blogger goes only by the first name of Dan……very secretive. Born and raised in New York, Dan has been a Cowboys fan since he was 5 years old. While living in Virginia, he constantly has to defend his team against rabid Redskins fans. He created this blog to help him vent, and support his favorite team. He quickly became one of the more popular Cowboys bloggers on the Internet and is known to answer all e-mails and comments and provoke debate among the best of them.

So there you have it folks. The rundown on our newest additions to FSB. Click on any of the links above to visit our new sites or just scroll down along the left side of the home page and you can find the links to all of our blog sites broken down by conference and division. But why am I telling you all this, you only care about the Cards……..right?

Mike Duggan

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