McFarlane’s NFL Football Figures – SERIES 27

Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long join the still-growing line of awesome McFarlane Football figures! The two greats face off in a two-pack sure to please NFL fans and look great, posed on bases modelled after the field itself. The sculpting and likeness are as amazing as you’d expect from the figure wizards at McFarlane studios, so if you’re after a truly top-quality NFL collectible, look no further than this set!

McFarlane’s College Football Figures – SERIES 3

The third series of McFarlane’s College Football figures has arrived!

If you’re a fan of McFarlane’s highly-detailed, amazingly sculpted figure collection, then get ready! We’ve got the latest series of the College Football line now available for purchase! In this line, you’ll find Tim Tebow, Charles Woodson, Adrian Peterson, Joseph Addai, Beanie Wells, Troy Polamalu and Ndamukong Suh. Each one stands ready for action on a base designed based on the playing field and boast some of the best likenesses you’ll see on any action figure today. Grab ’em now while they last!

McFarlane’s NFL ELITE Figures – SERIES 2

Aaron Rodgers (green jersey), Tony Romo (grey pants), Mark Sanxhes (white jersey), Troy Polamalu (black jersey), Darren McFadden (black jersey), Maurice Jones-Drew, Jared Allen (purple jersey) and a Bronze Level Tony Romo with white pants are the figures in the latest collection of NFL Football Elite 6-inch figures from McFarlane. Check ’em out!

COMING SOON: McFarlane’s College Football Series 3

If you’ve been a fan of McFarlane’s gorgeous sports figures, then you should definitely check out the latest College Football figures available for pre-order! They’re the third series and look a little something like this:

This series includes Tim Tebow, Charles Woodson, Adrian Peterson, Joseph Addai, Beanie Wells, Troy Polamalu and Ndamukong Suh. Each one is 6 inches tall and you can purchase them individually, as a complete set or in a sealed collector case. Order now and they ship later this month!

Super Bowl XLV (2011) Winner is…Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl xlv winner Green Bay Packers

Final Score:

Green Bay 31
Pittsburgh 25

Sorry Ben….but its not in the stars.   The Green Bay Packers are the Super Bowl champions.  It is their 4th Super Bowl win.  Aaron Rodgers played a great game.  Vince Lombardi would have been proud.  Let’s hope Brett Favre doesn’t come out of retirement now…

Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings Figures

McFarlane NFL Football: SERIES 24

DeSean Jackson, Chris Johnson, Hines Ward, Ed Reed, Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, Adrian Peterson and Felix Jones are your line-up for this, the 24th Series of McFarlane NFL figures. They join a ridiculous amount of players who have already been immortalised by the action figure geniuses at McFarlane and, as usual, feature brilliant sculpting, bases modelled after the playing field and come individually or as a complete set of eight.

And if you’re on the hunt for Chase figures, here’s some info on this series’ COLLECTOR LEVEL lay-out!

Tony Romo Won’t Need Surgery on Broken Left Clavicle

In a season fast becoming one to forget, the Dallas Cowboys got some good news recently. Sort of.

The team announced quarterback Tony Romo won’t need surgery to repair the broken left clavicle suffered in Monday night’s 41-35 loss to the New York Giants a few weeks back, a defeat that dumped the Cowboys to 1-5 on the season and last place in the NFC East by 2 1/2 games.

Romo, who was injured after delivering a pass when hit and thrown to the ground by blitzing Giants linebacker Michael Boley, is expected to be out six to eight weeks, a timetable that — given the club’s worst start since going 1-15 in 1989 — very likely could lead to a decision to shut down Romo for the rest of the season.

After leaving Monday’s game, Romo attempted to return to the field, but was stopped by a Dallas trainer. Good thing, too.

“I tried lifting my shoulder and it hurt like heck,” said Romo, who helped the Cowboys jump to a 10-0 lead that eventually swelled to 20-7 before the Giants took the game over. “But I was like, ‘OK, it will just keep getting better. The adrenaline of the game will allow me to [play], it’s my left shoulder, I don’t need to use it too much. I will figure out a way what I can handle when I’m out there.’ But that was before I knew it was broken.”

Tony Romo McFarlane NFL Football Figurebuy now