State of the AFC East Let’s be honest, this division sucks. While the Patriots dominance over the division (14 out of 17 division titles under Belichick) is admirable, it’s pretty lame knowing year in and year out what to expect. No telling how much of a push Miami can really make towards a division title.… Read More 2017 AFC East Preview
So I was scrolling the timeline and came across this tweet here Rodgers-Brady SB is just like a Bron-Kobe Finals Matchup It’s just not meant to happen. — Prime (@DVontel) August 4, 2016 And this is all facts. The 2014 NFL Season should’ve ended with a Patriots-Packers Super Bowl, but instead, the Packers tricked off a… Read More Five Wide: 2016-2017 Dream Super Bowl LI Matchups
1. Jaguars give Gus Bradley a one year contract extension No longer a lame-duck coach, the Jaguars have decided to extend Gus Bradley’s contract through 2017 so now they won’t have to deal with questions about whether or not Bradley will be fired at the end of the season. Now this doesn’t mean he won’t… Read More Five Wide: January 22nd, 2015
30 years ago Dan Marino had arguably the greatest passing season of all time. He threw for 5,084 yards and 48 touchdowns, records that stood for 20 and 27 years respectively. His Miami Dolphins’ also went 14-2 and made it to the Super Bowl. Oh yeah, it was his second year in the league. Wow.… Read More Was Dan Marino’s 1984 Season the Greatest Passing Season of All Time?
Many times in college you’ll hear the discussion about who is “Quarterback U”. Teams like Stanford, Southern California and Purdue among others are known for putting starting QBs in the NFL and many are able to maintain that success they had in college (whether it be small or large) and become serviceable in the NFL.… Read More Ranking the AFC Franchise’s With The Best Starting Quarterbacks ALL TIME
My Quarterback Rankings aren’t based on any one thing. Their play during 2014 is a huge factor, but not THE defining factor. We’ll go back and revisit these rankings after Week 8 and after the Super Bowl next season. The Cream of the Crop 1. Aaron Rodgers 2. Drew Brees 3. Ben Roethlisberger 4. Tony Romo… Read More Ranking the Top 32 Quarterbacks for 2015