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Congrats to the Giants

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On February 5, 2012
I’ve been wrong about a lot of things, but Eli Manning was at the top of the list. Today, he (and Manningham) made the plays, and Brady (and Welker, although that really wasn’t a very good throw) missed two pivotal opportunities, and that was a difference. Great game, which for those of us without strong […]

Modes of Loyalty

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On February 5, 2012

Ah, the Patriots: So close to the Super Bowl, yet so far. Wide receiver Tiquan Underwood has been cut by the Patriots less than 24 hours before the big game — bad news for him, of course, but a move

On Pats/Ravens, I wouldn’t make too much of how dominant the Patriots looked in the last round; without first round Broncos MVP Dick LeBeau involved, Tebow turning into a pumpkin was inevitable, and the Broncos defense was overrated. On the other hand, while Flacco is an NFL QB and at this point Tebow is not, […]

Belated, Brief NFL Preview

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On January 7, 2012
Since I was on the road, I missed the first game (I’m, ah, sure I would have picked the Texans behind the immortal T.J. Yates.) But still time for the other three: Detroit at New Orleans: What, who’s playing the Saints now? Must be a misprint. Seriously, discipline aside you have to be impressed with […]
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