The Minnesota Vikings Do Not Care About Winning Super Bowls

Remember when the Minnesota Vikings possessed one of the greatest home-field advantages in all of sports? For nearly all the 1960s and 1970s, the Vikings played their home games at the frozen tundra known as Metropolitan Stadium, or “the Met.” From 1969 to 1976, head coach Bud Grant led Minnesota to a 7-3 home playoff … Continue reading The Minnesota Vikings Do Not Care About Winning Super Bowls

The World Needs a Packers-Patriots Super Bowl

January 26, 1997. Superdome. New Orleans. Super Bowl XXXI. Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21. Most people remember Super Bowl XXXI as Brett Favre’s only Super Bowl win of his Hall-of-Fame career, but this was also the closest Drew Bledsoe would come to leading the Patriots to a Super Bowl title. Over the … Continue reading The World Needs a Packers-Patriots Super Bowl

Predicting the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017

Let’s get right down to business. The 15 finalists for this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class include: S Brian Dawkins DE Jason Taylor RB LaDainian Tomlinson K Morten Anderson HC Don Coryell QB Kurt Warner RB Terrell Davis WR Isaac Bruce WR Terrell Owens OT Tony Boselli OG Alan Faneca OT Joe Jacoby … Continue reading Predicting the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017

“Momentum” in Sports Does Not Exist

Anyone who has watched a sports game in their life has heard a sports broadcaster use the word “momentum” in some capacity. As a result, the general sports fan has to come to accept this nonsensical and stupid term that poisons the airwaves of ESPN, FOX, CBS, NBC, and every other sports broadcasting station in … Continue reading “Momentum” in Sports Does Not Exist

The Case Against Michigan and Ohio State in the College Football Playoff

1) Alabama: SEC Champions. Undefeated. Need I say more? 2) Clemson: ACC Champions. 11-1 record. Again… need I say more? 3) Washington: Pac-12 Champions. 11-1 record. Again… 4) Penn State: Big Ten Champions. 11-2 record. BIG. TEN. CHAMPIONS. Those are the four best teams in the country and the four teams that should compete for … Continue reading The Case Against Michigan and Ohio State in the College Football Playoff