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My Football My Faith


  A friend told me recently that I take the game of football too seriously.  It’s not the first time I’ve heard that, and I can’t really argue with the accusation.  It consumes me every fall, Sundays spent without fail in front of the TV and the weeks in between obsessing over the results of [...]

Jets Rolling the Dice on Tebowmania


The New York Jets completed one of the more unexpected moves of the 2012 offseason, making a trade with the Denver Broncos for quarterback Tim Tebow. Tebow was, of course, made obsolete by the Peyton Manning signing, and his departure from the team was certain. However, most figured he’d end up somewhere with a clear [...]

Curtis Consistent

Steelers v Jets

The induction of Curtis Martin to the NFL Hall of Fame is a controversial one. His supporters point out his 10 straight 1000 yard seasons, his 4th best career rushing total. His detractors call him a compiler, a back who barely scratched 4.0 YPA and achieved his success because of longevity and health, rather than [...]

Divisional Round Preview: Saints-49ers


The first game of the divisional round pits the defensive-minded San Francisco 49ers against the offense-oriented New Orleans Saints. With teams like the Saints, Packers, and Patriots occupying top seeds, these playoffs have been billed as a chance to see whether defense still wins championships in a pass-happy league. The matchup on Saturday should go [...]

Schottenheimer Out, Sparano In


New York Jets fans everywhere rejoiced Tuesday night following a brief statement by much-maligned offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer: “After much thought and consideration, I have decided not to return to the New York Jets in 2012,” Schottenheimer said through the team. “I am very proud of what we have accomplished in the six years I [...]

Polian Purge


On July 30, 2011, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay sent the tweet that would define the future of his team. Peyton Manning had agreed to terms on a new contract that would pay him $90 million over 5 years, including $23 million per season on average over the first 3 seasons. It was a contract [...]

Predicting the Postseason

Will Tony Romo and the Cowboys hand the division title to the Giants?

In an attempt to ensure meaning in the final week of the regular season, the NFL decided in 2010 to adopt an all-division Week 17.  While most of the division winners had been decided heading into the week, and nearly all of the wildcard slots, the opportunity to play a traditional opponent made it much [...]

And Superman Wept


In April 2010, Bill Belichick sent a clear signal that his offense was changing direction.  With six picks in the first four rounds of the NFL Draft, the New England Patriots selected a pair of tight ends: in the second round, Rob Gronkowski; in the fourth, Aaron Hernandez.  Gronkowski was the all-around tight end, an [...]

Wanted: One Identity


For the better part of its history, the New York Jets have had a clear identity, one shared by both fans and outsiders.  They’ve been called a joke, losers, the most painful team in America.  J-E-T-S became Just End The Season, both a measure of derision and an honest plea.  Through the late 90s and [...]