It’s been a long time since anything has been written on this blog, and for relatively good reason. I wrote here, mainly about football, because I noticed that I wanted to read about several topics that nobody else had written about. Hence, I wrote some posts, got my fill, and moved on. I see comments… Read More 2003 What-If Series: Chicago Cubs (88-74) vs. New York Yankees (101-61)
It is a favorite pastime of Dolphin fans to imagine scenarios that could have netted Dan Marino’s most elusive accolade: a Super Bowl victory. Although Miami fans were happy to have Marino, it was the team that always let him down. In the late early 90’s, it was the running game, run defense, and a… Read More Buddy brings the 46 to Miami: Food for Thought
Firstly, the reason this has taken so long is because the biggest format catastrophe in the history of anything happened to this post, and I had to re-copy everything to a new post. Woe is me. Around and around the draft carousel went, as teams spent money and time attempting to draft either the player… Read More Post-Draft NFL Power Rankings: AFC
With this year’s Hall of Fame candidates announced, there were some expectedly surprising entries. General manager Bill Polian, however, was someone nobody really could see coming. There were lots of complaints as to why some pencil-pushing front office man could get the nod over stars like Kurt Warner or Isaac Bruce, or great coaches like… Read More Why Bill Polian belongs in the Hall of Fame
While scrolling through some old Wikipedia pages of football teams along with a few ProFootballReference.com pages of the same nature, you’ll come across some things. Warren Moon and Earl Campbell were on the same team for a single season, and went 3-13. The Rams once had three safeties in one quarter, and the Colts stunk… Read More Worse than Expected: The 1993 Indianapolis Colts
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?