Marshawn Lynch is more important than football

Some people might not understand why others look at the NFL through a statistical perspective. It’s not because it makes them feel smarter than the general public, or NFL coaches, or general managers. (I mean, I can’t speak for everyone, that might be the case for a few). It’s because it’s actually fun to watch … Continue reading Marshawn Lynch is more important than football

BE4K WEEK: An investigation into the existence of birds

On this beakiest of weeks, we examine whether birds are, in fact, real.  There is some compelling evidence that they exist, such as hearing them, the prevalence of bird-related idioms in language, and the fact that one just ran into my window. But in the spirit of fairness, I will examine the common anti-bird-existence arguments: … Continue reading BE4K WEEK: An investigation into the existence of birds

On Pass Rush: Rasheem Green is a different player

Rasheem Green continues to grow into his NFL body in his second year as a pro. A productive rookie preseason signaled promise, but an ensuant ankle sprain was in part responsible for a faltering rookie campaign. But the flash of proficient hand use and the power demonstrated in college are starting to reveal themselves again. … Continue reading On Pass Rush: Rasheem Green is a different player

Your Friday night, as narrated by Russell Wilson

When your friend texts about going out, even though you’ve slept a collective 12 hours that week and your bank account just hit single-digits: When you’re getting ready: When you’re at the pregame with your friends: When you text your crush: When you get the Uber arrival notification and down the last of your drink: … Continue reading Your Friday night, as narrated by Russell Wilson