Monthly Archives: July 2011

Right. An Eagles-Jets Super Bowl.

I’ve said there ain’t no team really worthy of being picked for the Super Bowl in the 2011-2012 season. All 32 teams have a reason why it should not be in the Big Game. There really are no truly elite … Continue reading

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These Teams Likely to be Bad Again This Year

Despite the Kabuki Theater regarding the continued “pay-me-or-to-hell-with-the-2011-season” BS by Vince Jackson and Logan Mankins–who continues to put the kibosh on the notion that playing for BB is good enough–there probably will be a 2011 NFL season. Not that the … Continue reading

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Ten 2011 Season Prediction Failures

1. The Bears Won’t Get Back To Playoffs: Some of this is a sudden and (really now!) misplaced love affair with the “new and improved” Lions. And I am thrilled about the fact that the Lions are improved! I love … Continue reading

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Top Ten Worst Moments in NFL History

ProFootballTalk is doing the ten worst moments of each team since 1987 when they had the strike, so now it is my turn… Not in any order… 1. The Browns move to Baltimore from Cleveland after many years of Championship … Continue reading

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2011-12 Super Bowl Teams Could Be An Unlikely Pair

Assuming there are Super Bowl teams in 2012… I had the Packers and Ravens in Super Bowl 45. I had the Saints and someone–Ravens or Patriots or maybe even the Colts–in Super Bowl 44. For Super Bowl 43, I had … Continue reading

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Will Lockout Shake Up NFL Standings? Part 2

Part 1 is here. Keep in mind folks that this is all just speculation and opinion and I am not picking on any teams here. Just the way I see it. We left off with reasons one through six in … Continue reading

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Will Lockout Shake Up NFL Standings? Part One

Well, I think it will, and here are some reasons why. 1. Teams that must rely on rookie Quarterbacks might find these QBs much more unprepared than rookie QBs would normally be–especially since NONE of the rookie QBs are sure … Continue reading

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