For the past ten seasons you’ve all done it at least once. Continue reading “Tony Romo Is A Hall of Fame Quarterback Whether You Believe It Or Not”
Let me offer a comparison to begin: Continue reading “National Football League 2016: Cowboys’ Dak Prescott Has Issues, And Must Fix Them Fast”
Leading up to the start of the 2015 NFL season I will be previewing last year’s playoff teams and their chances for making it back to the postseason Continue reading “About Last Year: Previewing The Dallas Cowboys 2015 Playoff Outlook”
Better late than never, right?
Before I get started does anyone want to explain themselves for not following my post-week 2 advice and picking up Larry Donnell? Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: What’s Real, What’s Not On The Waiver Wire After Week 4”
The quarterback position is the most important position in fantasy football.
Go ahead and disagree. I say that without a hint of reservation or sarcasm. It doesn’t make sense to place the hopes of a well drafted team in the hands of someone who isn’t going to consistently give you the production you need from, what should be, the steadiest spot on your roster. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: Fantasy Football Quarterback Tiers Done My Way”
I can’t believe it is that time of year already.
When The Worldwide Leader begins their annual camping trips to places like Flowery Branch, GA, Oxnard, CA, and Bourbonnais, IL that can only mean one thing: training camp is starting for the NFL. Continue reading “NFL Preview 2014: First Things First, Lets Talk Top-5 Training Camp Questions”
I thought it would be fun to ask a few of my friends to rank all 32 starting quarterbacks in the NFL as they saw fit. As you can expect, once some of them (myself included) got into the process they realized that ranking them was more difficult than first thought. Continue reading “National Football League 2014: Some Friends And I Ranked All 32 NFL Quarterbacks, The Results Were Interesting”
A narrative I keep hearing this season is that the quarterback position this season is as “deep as it has ever been.” I would argue that while that statement could be true, don’t get caught waiting. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2013: Quarterback Position Is Deep, But Not As Deep As Advertised”
David Burke stopped by Locker Talk for the first of two parts to discuss the NFL’s offseason moves and all things summer blockbusters.
It was only a matter of time before Tony Romo does what he normally does statistically on a big stage.
Playing on a national stage and in the home of the defending world champion (and bitter NFC East rival) New York Giants, Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys played the role of party stoppers in grand fashion. Continue reading “Tony Romo Shows Poise, Precision In Cowboys Opening Night Win Over New York Giants”