The 2016 NFL season has begun and, despite me doing an awesome podcast (which you should all subscribe to and review here), I will in fact be doing fantasy football writing this year.
Division and playoff predictions are tricky in the NFL.
Every week a team can look like a “team to beat” or the worst team you’ve ever seen. With the NFL only playing 16 games, one could put themselves in a situation to be roundly criticized for picking the wrong team without the benefit of hindsight. Continue reading “2015 NFL Preview: NFC Division Predictions”
We finally have real football. No more guessing or wondering what players will look like. We have tape, competition, and I have opinions on what I saw. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Five Takeaways From Week 1 Of The Preseason & Some Fantasy Football Musings”
With NFL OTAs wrapping up and Minicamp set to begin next week, there are plenty of storylines to monitor as the 2015 NFL season approaches. Here are seven I think are worth following. Continue reading “NFL 2015: 90 Days From Kickoff, Here Are 7 Storylines To Keep An Eye On Heading Into Minicamp”
Garrett Grayson comes into the 2015 draft as the forgotten man at Quarterback.
Media coverage of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota as the top two quarterback prospects in the class and the obsession of whether or not a running back will go in the first round have overshadowed Grayson and his potential to become a quality NFL starting quarterback. Continue reading “Garrett Grayson: Breaking Down The 2015 NFL Draft’s Dark Horse Quarterback”
Yes, I have issues with Jameis Winston. Continue reading “My Real Issues With Jameis Winston, And Why He Will Be Drafted Number One Overall Despite Them”
I was listening to the radio and the topic turned to something I hadn’t thought about in quite some time with regards to the NBA.
Do you remember what the NBA used to be like? Serious drug problems, fighting in arenas, image issues; Whatever was associated with bad was associated with the NBA. Continue reading “Jameis Winston Situation Shows Deeper Issue With Institution Of Football”
The long hiatus is over. The Lady Sportswriter and I discuss the first BCS rankings of 2013, the University of Georgia’s injury woes, the ACC/SEC superiority debate, and much more. Listen up, folks!