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It's finally here boys and girls. The pre - sneezin is over and we can awake from the sickness of watching 3rd stringers shut down the scoreboard for 3 hours. It's time to set our fantasy lineups, play some pickup games in the street and revolve our lives around Monday Night Football
. It's an addiction for which a rehab
does not exist. And I'm cool with that because I don't want to be cured. I love the NFL
and I love making
predictions. Isn't that what Prophets do? Here is the first installment of my weekly article called "Power 32."
1. Patriots – Consistent, Feared, Respected. These are 3 words that come to mind when we talk about N.E. each year and this season is no different. Guaranteed to make the playoffs.
2. Packers – If not for a case of the dropsy’s in freezing G.B. weather, as predicted by yours truly, then the Pack could be back to back champs. Rodgers
is the best QB
in the game.
3. Ravens – These guys look strong. No doubt Terrell Suggs
will be missed but this team has overcome injuries to their defensive superstars before and will again.
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Despite his reputation as a stylish, handsome and debonair magazine cover boy and red carpet superstar (despite the questionable hairdo on one occasion), New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has had his fair share of überdorky, awkward and profoundly hilarious images and videos depicting him as something of a oafish — and other times, effeminate — dolt. [...]
If you ever wondered what Tom Brady would look like as a wide receiver, this pretty much sums it up for you.
Before Wednesday’s preseason finale against the Giants, Tom Brady went through pregame drills with the receiving corps. What began as a playful lark before a meaningless game soon became, thanks to handy photogs, further entries in the extensive file of awkward Dreamboat poses. Naturally, when served up with material so ripe for Photoshop, we can’t not have a little photo manipulation...
Chalk Talk: Mark Barron’s “pick-six” vs. Tom Brady, Patriots (by MattBowen41)
As the season draws near, NFL on FOX analyst Brian Billick gives his predictions for each division in 2012.
New England Patriots Last season, the Patriots were the sixth-worst defense in NFL history in terms of yards per game. Let me say that again. The Patriots were the sixth-worst defense in NFL history. Sounds strange to say for a team that is the defending AFC champion...
We put out the call for further Wideout Dreamboat Photoshops. As always, the kommentariat answered in admirable fashion. You’re the best, you guys. Anyway, I included a bunch that were sent to us through e-mail as well those that were submitted in the comment section of the post yesterday. It’s in slideshow form because I’m a sadistic click vampire.
Courtesy blogging ace...
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Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he believes that his team's quarterback, Tom Brady, has surpassed the incredible success of NFL legend Joe Montana.
Bill Belichick and the Patriots have been having some serious problems along the offensive line throughout the preseason. Injuries have definitely played a factor, but there's also been another significant piece to the protection puzzle on the loose. Brian Waters, a Pro Bowler and key cog to New England's Super Bowl run in 2011, has been missing since the beginning of training...
The NFL regular season begins soon, and that means the Patriots are poised for another run at the Super Bowl. A year removed from a loss to the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will once again lead the Pats into a fresh season looking for their fourth ring together. It won't be easy. Expectations are high once again, since the Pats will bring back the bulk...
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft believes that his beloved quarterback Tom Brady is better than 49ers great Joe Montana.
“I think that Tommy, with all due respect, is better than Joe Montana,” Kraft said. “I know that’s a leap, but I really think he might already be the best of all time. I watch how involved he is, how driven he is. He’s like Belichick, he’s...
While most fans and media believe that Michael Jordan was the greatest NBA player of all time, there is far less consensus about who is the best quarterback of all time. Some say Johnny Unitas, others point to Joe Montana, both John Elway and Peyton Manning are in the discussion, and many believe Tom Brady is up there.
Montana gets the nod in many debates because he went 4-0 in...
More blog banter from a fantasy perspective. Enjoy the holiday weekend!
QB Tom Brady
If you're investing in Brady this year, he won't come cheap. In most drafts, he's going in the middle to late first round, usually the first or second QB off the board. He's a safe bet for another 4800+ yards and somewhere in the neighborhood of total 40 TDs....
Montana 4-0 in Super Bowls
Brady 3-2 in Super Bowls
That will always be the tiebreaker for me when deciding which quarterbacks are the greatest of all time. When the lights shined the brightest Montana was virtually perfect. Brady has had great moments in the Super Bowl and you can’t hang the two losses specifically on him, but he still took the L.
There is nothing wrong with...