There are no great teams this year. Just good teams that beat a lot of bad teams.
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In which I not only get lovey-dovey with the Rams but magical realist with the foggy Falcons, hate on the Tyrod Taylor haters and become a vindictive dungeon master for the Browns.
With Aaron Rodgers probably done for the year and the Kansas City Chiefs looking like the Chiefs again, are we back to a default of the New England Patriots solving their defensive issues to become Super Bowl champions? Who can emerge when the playoff picture has been thrown into such disarray? Also, jokes about how the Arizona Cardinals have a lot of old guys.
A little bit of everything this week, from a Packers-Cowboys rundown to images from the Cutler-Cassel matchup of the ages to a statue for The Unknown Quarterback.
Some laughs and insights, plus a little Patriots baiting, to get you through a challenging day.
Bad football? Bad football. But plenty of laughs and bright spots.
Hey folks! It's me, Mike Tanier with an important message: don't trust anyone who tells you that Colin Kaepernick is unemployed for "football reasons." Watch the Colts, Jets, Texans and other teams, and trust your eyes instead.
Going back into recent history, there are plenty of examples of teams with huge wins in the first round that go down to defeat in the second round. Allow us to drop a bucket of ice water on all four of this weekend's big winners.
Featuring the Top Five Most Famous Sleeves in Human History.