It's is time for the best time of the year.
This year we planned on two hours, but instead, we did three.
Two podcasts were needed for this season:
1. Intro (0-9 minute mark)
2. AFC East (9-30)
3. AFC South (31-50)
4. AFC West (51-1:11)
5. AFC North (1:11-1:30)
Well, since kickoff is soon, I want to do my predictions for the season.
We'll start in the NFC:
East: Eagles. I don't trust the Cowboys, Giants are already incredibly beat up on defense, and all I need to say is John Beck/Rex Grossman for Washington.
North: Packers. Easy pick. I think Minnesota will be better then last year, the Bears will be worse, and Detroit will make noise, but fall shy of the playoffs.
South: Falcons. Saints
Congratz! You found a few billion dollars, bought an NFL team, and moved it to LA.
I dunno why you'd move it either, but you did.
So, you want a championship run and so, as the owner, you say "Hmm, what do I need to have more then anything to do that."
So, you come here, and do a poll and the answer is: "ZOMG, A QB!!"
But, that's wrong.
Well, not totally wrong. An elite QB is good, though you can win
The Podcast is back today with a romp around all things in the NFL.
2. AFC Moves
3. NFC Moves
6. Texas A&M
7. Model American
Welcome to my world. I hope people like it and I can be thought provoking. I'll try not to be too much a homer.
In fact, my first blog is about the Kolb trade. I want to break it down more and try to offer deeper analysis then I did on CC's first page thread.
So, here we go. My premise is that Arizona overpaid for Kevin Kolb. Let's look at some facts:
1. Arizona needed a QB. This is undisputed. They don't seem to think either of the young guys,