After Tennessee Titans’ running back Derrick Henry was limited to 58 yards rushing against the Arizona Cardinals, vindication coursed through the veins of all the math nerds who never miss a chance to diminish a running back’s worth in today’s… Read More ›
As if I wasn’t wrong enough already: a 2021 NFL mock draft
As if you and I weren’t wrong enough, weren’t already swimming in a bottomless ocean of wrongness, now we think we’re going to predict what 32 NFL general managers are going to do? Wrong again.
Chiefs’ folly: When sticking with what got you there doesn’t get you there
If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and expecting a different result, the Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive game plan in Sunday’s Super Bowl was crazy as hell.
It’s more than the trenches: Matchups that will decide Super Bowl LV
Here are four key matchups besides the obvious one, and a prediction from the gut
Joining the Mafia: Why I’m pulling for the Bills
Yes, Bills Mafia is known for breaking tables in the parking lot. They also might be the most generous fan base in the NFL.
What Starting Tua Means for the Miami Dolphins
Last week, Miami Dolphins’ Head Coach Brian Flores announced that “Tua Time” would officially kick off this Sunday when the Dolphins play the Los Angeles Rams. The news hit Ryan Fitzpatrick hard. He admitted that he was heartbroken after learning… Read More ›
Stop Playing it Safe – Start Tua
After watching Miami Dolphins’ quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick struggle in the red zone against the Seattle Seahawks defense, a unit that has given up an average of almost 30 points per game this season, no one would blame head coach Brian… Read More ›
2020 NFL predictions: Buy the ticket and take the ride (or don’t)
We can’t predict how much football we’ll get this year, but here are a few bets we are willing to make.
NFL Draft 2020: a socially distant, sheltered in place mock
If thousands of NFL fans boo Roger Goodell, but he’s standing in his basement and can’t hear it, does it make a sound?
Super Bowl LIV: A contrarian prediction for a blessedly Patriot-free championship
Whoever wins the Super Bowl on Sunday, we can all be thankful that we at least know one thing – it won’t be the Patriots.