Yes, we will have a new Super Bowl champion this season. Am I glad about this? Yes. Yes I am. I always prefer having a new champion every year. Something about a team repeating as champs rubs me the wrong way. And plus, let’s be honest: if you aren’t a Patriots fan, wouldn’t it be… Continue reading Conference Championship Recap & Super Bowl Preview – Sponsored by a new champion
Man, was that ever close. To be honest, I hadn’t watched the Seahawks-Panthers game until there was a few minutes left in the first half. To see the score at 31-0, I was quite shocked. I was just as shocked to see Seattle dominate the second half and come within a hair of pulling into… Continue reading NFL Divisional Playoff Recap and Conference Championship Preview – Sponsored by a comeback for the ages (almost)
Look I know Hue Jackson shouldn’t have been let go as Oakland Raiders’ head coach. I get that. I know he also wanted an opportunity to be the head guy again. He was arguably the best offensive coordinator out there available for interviews. But the Cleveland Browns? Geez Hue were you drunk when you made… Continue reading NFL Divisional Playoff Schedule – Sponsored by whatever Hue Jackson was thinking
Yep. Evil Saban has done it again. And he did it with style. That onside kick in the fourth quarter is the stuff of legend. It will now go down in lore as the play that basically won Bama its fourth title in seven years. If that doesn’t make them a dynasty I don’t know… Continue reading National Championship Recap – Sponsored by Roll F’n Tide
Well at least two of the four games were wild as the title states. Let’s start with a recap of the weekend’s action: Kansas City 30 Houston 0 – As soon as Knile Davis found that hole on the opening kickoff and scampered 106 yards for a TD on the opening play, you could sense… Continue reading NFL Wild-Card Recap/College Football Playoff National Championship Preview Combo Post
So we have the Rams, the Raiders, and the Chargers all wanting to move to Los Angeles. Good stuff. Why don’t they send all three, plus the Jaguars, and change the AFC West to the AFC Los Angeles Division. They could probably relatively easily change the divisions around and make that work. Who really gives… Continue reading Wild Card Round Schedule and Playoff Outlook – Sponsored by the 500 (or so) teams moving to L.A.
Wasn’t that fun seeing all those coaches and GMs fired this past week? And it isn’t even Black Monday (which is today) so we could be seeing more. Let’s see what happened so far this season with coaches who are no longer with us: Joe Philbin and then perhaps Dan Campbell (Miami) – The Miami… Continue reading Week 17 NFL Recap – Sponsored by Black Monday coming early