Tag Archives: TMQ

What NFL Winners Look Like

As promised last time, I have a few words for TMQ.  In his most recent article he ‘decodes the secrets’ of the Packers, who are currently 12-0, already have a playoff spot locked up, and are the most recent team … Continue reading

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Steelers-Browns Prediction and a Tease

A quick note for the game tomorrow – Bodog has the Steelers as 14.5 point favorites at home against the Browns.  Luigi has the game at more like 8, so he would say to take the Browns.  I’m not super-confident … Continue reading

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Luigi Knows How the Colts Feel

A quick note before I get into the results from the weekend.  I haven’t made fun of TMQ in a while, mostly because I don’t remember to read it when it isn’t plastered all over the ESPN front page.  So … Continue reading

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Maybe TMQ Shouldn’t Talk About Basketball

I was on ESPN.com today and realized that I hadn’t read TMQ in a bit.  It turned out I only missed one article (when they come out once a week, you can miss only one and have it feel like … 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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Picking Winners in the NFL. Also, ROCs

As I said in my last football post, my big project is projecting winners.  Sports analysts do this every week; some people claim to do it well enough to make money (I’m going to end up being one of those … Continue reading

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TMQ Rides Again

One of my favorite things about football season is reading TMQ (Tuesday Morning Quarterback, for those unfamiliar) on ESPN.com.  I’m not entirely sure why, because it’s gotten to the point that I skip over whole sections of his articles (namely … Continue reading

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