Monthly Archives: September 2010

NFL Week 4 Power Rankings

Last week I put up my first power rankings; you should go take a look there to see how I put them together and where teams were at after two games.  This is a quick reminder that week 4 means … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Round-Up

Following up on Bill Simmons’ complaint about the NFC West, it went 3-1 this past weekend, moving it to 5-7 overall.  That’s the same as the NFC East, and one game behind every other division except for the AFC’s North … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Predictions

In the column that goes with Bill Simmons’ picks this week, he starts by complaining about the NFC West.  Basically he thinks it’s really bad this year, and will take a playoff spot away from a more deserving team.  The … Continue reading

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Did The 2007 Pats Slow Down?

That’s the assumption in an article I saw today relating the upcoming Miami Heat team to the 2007 New England Patriots that went undefeated until losing the Super Bowl to the Giants.  The claim is that the Patriots went so … Continue reading

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NFL Week 3 Power Rankings

Everyone loves power rankings!  Otherwise, how do you know who the best team is?  So, here is my version of them (here are ESPN’s if you’d like a comparison).  First, when I say week 3, I mean going into week … Continue reading

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Joakim Noah Versus Carmelo Anthony

Two complaints about ESPN articles in one day!  It must be Christmas. In today’s TrueHoop, Henry asks if you would trade Noah for Anthony.  He lists both pros and cons as for why you would trade or keep Noah; one … Continue reading

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TMQ Ignores the Percentages

In today’s article, TMQ talks about the fake field goal that Michigan State converted to beat Notre Dame in overtime.  He writes, “The fake might have failed, but if it succeeded, victory was certain.”  Well, yes.  TMQ likes the play, … Continue reading

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