Following Week 2, I turned on the NFL Network to see numerous analysts including Brian Billick, lauding the impressive state of quarterbacking around the league. After two weeks, the composite quarterback rating proved to 83.9, which at the time was an all-time best for the position. With so […]
The time has come for Green Bay to face the Chairman of the Board…Mr. Wrangler…the Gunslinger…King of the Living Room…King of the Red Zone… and King of the Offseason Retirement…Minnesota’s new lord and savior, Brett Lorenzo Favre. Sit back with a bratwurst and in the words of The […]
Well, not that it should be any surprise but on Monday night, I’ll run a live game blog regarding the Minnesota Vikings and you know who taking on the Green Bay Packers in one of the season’s most anticipated games. Three cheers to the suits that figured this […]
I live in New Jersey and frequent the Jersey Shore with the consistency of Jake Delhomme’s quarterbacking. While I enjoy many of the perks of the summer, lighter workload, good scenery, vacation, etc., this is THE time of the year. I’m already over the summer being over. In […]
“It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.” – Boyz II Men The end is always brutal for the greats. Regardless of the position…regardless of the sport, it’s never easy. It seems most great athletes try to catch lightning in a bottle one last time and recapture their […]
Not to worry folks. These links are Jon and Kate free. Seriously, stop talking about them. You’re only allowing the disease to fester….
In an effort to bring you the best in all things NFL and then some, I bring you First and 10, a collection of ten links that will enrich your life somehow or annoy you. Either one works for me.
I don’t want Brett Favre to come back to the NFL. Not as a Viking. Not as a Packer. Not as a Jet. Not as a back judge. Not as an analyst. Nothing. Zip. I’m done. Whether Favre ultimately comes to a pact with the Minnesota Vikings is […]
Free agency began with a bang yesterday. While Albert Haynesworth is a great player, he’s no Reggie White. The Minister of Defense was the free agent score of all-time.
Over the next few days, we’ll examine the top 10 moments of the ‘08 season leading up to the moment that defined the 2008 NFL season.