The Jaguars and Raiders are both horrible teams. They’ve already been eliminated from postseason contention mathematically, and it’s only Week 13. These two franchises are 2-20 combined after playing 11 games apiece. It’s a stretch to think the 2-9 Titans, Buccaneers or Jets will lose the rest and the Jags and Raiders will win two… Read More Who will have the No.1 Pick in the 2015 Draft, Jacksonville or Oakland?
Brandon Weeden was the 22nd overall pick of the 2012 draft, taken by Cleveland. He was looked at as an answer at quarterback, but he’s now sitting as a backup in Dallas. Although a 22nd overall selection and his stats (23 TD, 26 INT) don’t entirely read “bust”, the interceptions were always costly and a… Read More Can Brandon Weeden be considered a draft bust?
If the NFL this season has taught us anything, it’s to not bet on perennial losers and early success is not indicative of an actually good team. Cleveland and San Diego are prime examples of this. Cleveland, coming off two 4-12 seasons, has shocked the world with a 6-3 record and decisive wins over Cincinnati… Read More NFL’s Playoff Picture: Who’s In and Who’s Out?
The Buffalo Bills of 1990 were a great team, one that should have won the Super Bowl. Instead, they fell victim to a gutting last-second field goal miss with :08 to play to suffer one of the greatest tragedies in sports history: Wide Right. To casual fans, it was just an awful missed field goal… Read More Wide Right: Food for Thought
We all know what happened. We all know about it. It isn’t worth explaining. Brazil’s 7-1 loss to Germany in the Semifinal of the 2014 World Cup will go down as one of the biggest blowouts in sports history, considering how difficult it is to score in soccer, particularly at the World level. But why… Read More Breaking it Down: Brazil’s 7-1 Implosion
Well, this is the sign of the imminent apocalypse. The Browns are 6-3, after pounding the divisional rival Bengals 24-3 to snap a 17 game divisional road losing streak, and Cleveland now sits atop the AFC North. That’s not a paddy-cake division either, the Ravens are in fourth place with a 5-4 record, and the… Read More Watch out, the Browns are for real
Coming off a 28-10 beating to rival New Orleans, the Panthers’ season is in serious jeopardy. They need to pull out all the stops and win against easy opponents, or their season could easily be washed away. The Panthers now have to rely on a “Three strikes, you’re out” system if they can pull out… Read More Is Cam Newton the reason for Carolina’s losing ways?