I’ve heard it all since news broke that Chip Kelly won’t be coaching the Philadelphia Eagles anymore. Continue reading “What Really Caused Chip Kelly’s Demise In Philadelphia & How He Can Bounce Back In The NFL”
I like Rex Ryan.
Seriously, I like everything about him. He tells it like it is, he’s good at his job, and he knows how to bring a group together.
Think about his tenure as head coach of the New York Jets and what he was able to accomplish. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Thursday Night Football Audibles For Bills Vs. Jets”
It might be time to start giving head college football coaches the benefit of the doubt, again.
Why? Well, for starters, Chip Kelly sent the NFL offseason into a frenzy with a flurry of moves that many people couldn’t or didn’t want to understand. Of course these moves happened a year after an offseason in which Chip Kelly had already made moves others couldn’t or didn’t want to understand.
Then came the predictable chorus from naysayers. Continue reading “2015 NFL Draft: Chip Kelly, Others Proving College Style “System” May Change NFL Culture”
It was bittersweet for my Fantasy Football teams this first week. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2013: Week 2 Tips, Options For The Injured”
Monday August 20, 2012: Draft schedules are released
I think we all know the ramifications of this event. It’s no longer about “Bounty Gate,” Free Agency, and Coaching changes. Continue reading “Five Fantasy Football Drafts In Three Days: My Week Long Process To NFL Fantasy Football Championship Glory in 2012-2013”
It isn’t often I look at an NFL contract dispute and take the side of the franchise.
Holdouts are nothing new in the realm of the National Football League. Big name franchise players are doing so as I type (Drew Brees, Maurice Jones-Drew, possibly Darrell Revis). But one contract situation I’ve held off on commenting on for some time has been the one between the Chicago Bears and running back Matt Forte. Continue reading “NFL Offseason 2012: Chicago Bears, Matt Forte Contract Negotiations An Interesting Study Of True Value”