Monthly Archives: July 2014


Damaged Goods - Don’t Give Up On Us

Play this in the background for the best experience: “Don’t Give Up On Us” by David Soul Made famous for my generation by Starsky and Hutch with Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller. I’m not exactly guaranteeing it will make sense if you are listening, but the premise will be lost entirely if you don’t at least listen…


Top 5 Positional Units: Offensive Line

ontinuing the Positional Unit series, I will shift to the offenses in the league and specifically the offensive lines. In the NFL, it doesn’t matter much the quality of your skill players if your line is bad and having a very good line can elevate the offense immensely. Teams have different philosophies in building their…

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) runs towards the end zone during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. (Photo: Rob Foldy, USA TODAY Sports)

A Game of Leverage: Kansas City versus Alex Smith

As training camp creeps up on the horizon, Chiefs fans are stuck in limbo, some waiting for what they believe is their white horse Alex Smith to sign a long-term deal and become a strong foothold for the quarterback-starved franchise looking to climb, while others are waiting for the other foot to drop right on…


Top 5 Positional Units: Secondaries

The term “passing league” gets thrown around (ha!) quite a bit and holds quite a bit of truth. More and more teams are passing more and love to do so by spreading out defenses and exploiting match ups. To combat this, it really is not enough to have one star corner when there are so…


Cleveland Browns: Can Manziel Succeed without Gordon?

Follow @BenNatan2 Josh Gordon was a troubled receiver coming out of Baylor who was taken in the supplemental draft. Two years in the NFL and he has established himself as one of the most dynamic and dangerous receivers in the league, racking up over 2,400 yards in receptions and 14 touchdowns despite having Brandon Weeden,…


The 5 most efficient NFL offenses in the past 10 years

Follow @jakeb253 Last season, the majority of discussion on offensive prowess was directed at Denver’s aerial assault on the record books, and nearly every other team went unnoticed. Sadly, one of those teams was the San Diego Chargers, led by Philip Rivers, Ryan Mathews (one of the last of a dying breed, a first round running back), an aging Antonio…


Divisional QB Rankings Part 1: The NFC East

Follow @AllbrightNFL No division in football has fans as perennially delusional about the state of their football teams as the NFC East. Every year fans from the four corners of cities I’d never want to live in gather to watch the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, & Washington offensive team name square off…


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