From 1989-1991, there were 1-15 teams in every season: the Cowboys in 1989, the Patriots in 1990 and the Colts in 1991. Only four teams have gone 1-15 after that, and none of them have been in back-to-back seasons. In a single game in 1992, quarterback Browning Nagle threw for nearly 15% of his career… Read More Odds and Ends 2
Some might say I’m quick on the draw for labeling teams before free agency has really begun or the draft has taken place, but some teams are just so far in the abyss that the draft nor free agency will help them. Plus, people are already pumping out mock drafts with players that haven’t even… Read More What NFL teams are going to finish near the bottom in 2015?
The Cincinnati Reds are a baseball team. We know this. Everyone in the United States knows this, and even if they don’t know where the “Reds” are located, they still know that they’re a team. This is not about the baseball team. This is about a football team that played 18 games from 1933-1934, losing… Read More The Worst Teams of All Time, Part 27: The 1934 Cincinnati Reds?
We all know the Patriots are pretty good. You can whine and complain about the “Cheatriots” and Belichick’s cameras, but that scandal is nearing a decade since it happened, and really, the Patriots’ success has been limited since then. Webster’s English Dictionary defines the word ‘dynasty’ as: “A succession of people from the same family… Read More Why are the Patriots still considered a “dynasty”?
Although we know the 2000 Ravens’ defense was one of the best ever (the team won Trent Dilfer a Super Bowl…how does that even happen?), but how does it compare to the unreal play of the Seahawks through the final six games of the 2014 season? Through their last six games, the Ravens gave up… Read More 2000 Ravens vs. 2014 Seahawks: Final 6 Games Comparison
The 2014 NFL season is over, and we learned lots of things: the Redskins, Titans and Raiders haven’t been threatening for an increasing stretch of time that has surpassed 10 years, professional running backs have a tendency to beat women and the NFC South was really, really bad. So, in honor of the Division of… Read More NFL Top 10: Worst Divisions
In 2000, the historic Ravens team that won the Super Bowl went the entire month of October (five whole games) without scoring a touchdown…and won twice. The 1986 Dolphins started 1-4 behind a defense that gave up 196 points in only five games. In 1972, Houston Oilers quarterback Dan Pastorini finished a game against Pittsburgh… Read More Odds and Ends