29 Oct 2007
ESPN's Seth Wickersham notes that as middling an affair as Dolphins-Giants was, it did a pretty fair job of representing the true state of the NFL game to a European audience, where aside from the truly elite teams, it can be hard to distinguish the good teams from the bad teams when you put them on the field together. He then jumps to the conclusion that the English Premier League experience is qualitatively different, a remark which can only be described as uproariously funny to anyone who has had to sit through a Bolton-Blackburn match.
11 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2007, 2:30pm by Alan Milnes
The league's northern divisions pose a number of meaty questions, such as: "Is the Bears' offense due for a repeat performance?" "Why do the Lions have such pronounced splits?" and "Has Johnny Manziel made the Cleveland brass even crazier?"