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reviewed New England Patriots. April 20
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If you would have walked up to Mr. Average Joe Monday Morning Quarterback Football Fan anytime between 1960 and 2000 and asked him what team he hated, he would almost certainly have said the Dallas Cowboys, …
reviewed Buffalo Bills. March 02
Buffalo Bills
Note: I'm re-writing some of my earliest reviews from my Teams Series because they're so far from the template they eventually evolved into.     I'm from Buffalo, New York, and when …
reviewed Superbowl XLVII. February 06, 2013
Superbowl XLVII
You know the eternal story of the Super Bowl. It's an unofficial national holiday during which everyone has some kind of rooting interest, even if they're immigrants raised in soccer countries. …
Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football's Greatest Quarterback
The Debate is Over: Tom Brady is the Greatest Quarterback in NFL History Sean Glennon has written a well-organized, cogent argument why Tom Brady is the best quarterback in NFL History.  He does …
reviewed When Pride Still Mattered : A Life Of.... September 09, 2012
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I have now in order read biographies of the two greatest football coaches of the 20th century.  I hadn't intended to, but after finishing Paterno, and with Maraniss' highly-honored biography …
Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton
Jeff Pearlman has written a real biography of Walter Payton. This is not some glam filled, highlight reel of the best of Walter Payton. It's a real biography that tells about the real bitter sweet …
Play Like You Mean It: Passion, Laughs, and Leadership in the World's Most Beautiful Game
Rex Ryan is an obnoxious, undisciplined, loud mouth jerk just like his father. When I saw he "wrote" a book, I could help myself. I had to read it.      I still believe Rex …
reviewed Minnesota Vikings. March 17, 2012
Minnesota Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings are a paradox: Since their establishment in 1961, the Vikes have had one of the highest winning percentages in the NFL. Their 26 playoff appearances are third most in league history. …
reviewed Philadelphia Eagles. March 16, 2012
Philadelphia Eagles
We all know that fans of the Philadelphia Eagles once lobbed snowballs at Santa Claus. But that was so long ago - the incident was even mentioned in the movie Invincible, which was about the Eagles and …
Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights
Ordinarily, I wouldn't be caught dead reading a book about the Dallas Cowboys. This is the team, after all, which killed my original hometown team, the Buffalo Bills, in two consecutive Super Bowls. But …
reviewed Dallas Cowboys. March 14, 2012
Dallas Cowboys
Lawrence Taylor perfectly summed up the difference between good football players and bad football players in his second autobiography when he wrote that being great isn't about making a lot of plays; …
reviewed Tennessee Titans. March 10, 2012
Tennessee Titans
As I mentioned in my review of the Houston Texans, the city of Houston, Texas once had one of the great football teams of the AFL/AFC. Its history is linked to the Tennessee Titans, since this team has …
reviewed Kansas City Chiefs. March 09, 2012
KC Chiefs
In 1958, one of the 45 million people watching the all-important NFL Championship between the Colts and Giants was a very, very rich man named Lamar Hunt, who was still fairly young and wanted to find …
reviewed Denver Broncos. March 08, 2012
Denver Broncos
The prevailing wisdom in professional sports is that home field advantage is just a buzz term meant to give the visiting team mental hiccups. The Denver Broncos would beg to differ. Their home city is …
reviewed Atlanta Falcons. March 06, 2012
Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons have been one of the hottest teams in the NFL over the last four years. Over the time, they've gone 43-21, which leads the NFC in wins and is the fifth-best record in the league, and …
reviewed Cincinnati Bengals. March 05, 2012
When the Cleveland Browns were created, they hired a man named Paul Brown to coach, scout, and basically run the entire operation in every possible way. Brown was the life, soul, and being of the Cleveland …
reviewed Indianapolis Colts. March 04, 2012
Colts
There have actually been three different incarnations of the Baltimore Colts. Due to transaction issues, it's in fact possible to find people who would argue that the first incarnation of the Colts …
reviewed Cleveland Browns. March 03, 2012
Cleveland Browns
It's tough for me to figure out how to review the Cleveland Browns. In a formal review, do I think of them the way the NFL thinks of them, as a team that existed since 1946, but was forced to suspend …
reviewed Baltimore Ravens. March 02, 2012
Baltimore Ravens
The history of the Baltimore Ravens is unique because the NFL plays a cute little game with them. That game is called "Let's Forget the Fact that the Ravens Actually Existed Before Moving to Baltimore." …
reviewed San Diego Chargers. March 01, 2012
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Sports fans like myself who are bred in the city of Buffalo, New York learn quickly about heartbreak and futility. The city has two mainstream league sports teams, provided you count the NHL (it's perfectly …
reviewed Tampa Bay Buccaneers. February 29, 2012
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the expansion-mates of the Seattle Seahawks in 1976. They haven't had quite as much success, either: I don't know they're all time record, primarily because I'm too lazy …
reviewed Seattle Seahawks. February 27, 2012
Seattle Seahawks
In 2005 the Seattle Seahawks went to the Super Bowl. They lost a poorly-officiated game to the Pittsburgh Steelers. That is all.     Okay, it's actually not all. But the Seahawks are …
reviewed Carolina Panthers. February 19, 2012
Carolina Panthers
If you were arguing over which team from the 1995 NFL expansion was better - the Jacksonville Jaguars or the Carolina Panthers - how would you play it out? The Jaguars are considered the more successful …
reviewed Jacksonville Jaguars. February 12, 2012
Jacksonville Jaguars
A few years ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars caught a lot of flack when one of their players injured himself on the locker room axe. Yes, you read that right. Not a fire axe, either, but it turned out that …
reviewed Super Bowl XLVI Half Time. February 06, 2012
Super Bowl XLVI Half Time
This committed liberal has just become a Tea Party convert more conservative than Elmer Fudd. Yes, I’m talking about the half-time disgrace of Super Bowel XLVI featuring a panting 53-year-old who’s …
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