The 2011 Season is Finally Here! I decided to try my hand at blogging. These are my observations, thoughts, gut reactions and fanalysis of the NFL based on Week One. I had fun and hopefully it will be Webbie Award approved. Remember to share when volunteering at the Nursing Home. Thanks, Management. Here goes-----
-The Saints were on the Packers' trail but they let 'em off the hook! This is going to keep haunting Gregg Williams and the Saints if they keep it up; teams like ATL &
I've mentioned this within various posts on the forum, but I will be using this blog space as my personal space to begin some weekly awards that I (along with friends) were doing the last couple of years at my dorm in college. My hope is to get input from you without cluttering too much space in weekly forum posts. Schedule permitting, my plan is to announce some preliminary nominees (while taking suggestions, since I can't watch everything) on Tuesday with the Actual Awards being passed out the
Updated 09-21-2011 at 09:52 PM by DaBearsFan
The Swami is back for another season of intermittent blogging on the subject of handicapping, especially as it pertains to the National Football League. This is a truly gray area, certainly for the league and probably for Cris’s site. The NFL has, as far as I can tell, a staunch official anti-gambling policy. And yet, most observers would argue that part of its phenomenal success is due to its undeniable handicapping allure. (For what other reason would the injury reports require such full disclosure
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