- Howley is the only Super Bowl MVP from a losing team, on the Cowboys’ side in a mutually ugly 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Colts.
- The Rams are in the playoffs as the NFC West champ.
- Both of these players were a flaming mess last season, but not inside McVay’s fascinating offensive machine.
- It has been a season overflowing with controversies for the PR-conscious league.
- The Chiefs are known for rolling through the regular season only to fail spectacularly in the playoffs.
Monthly Archives: February 2018
Howley is the only Super Bowl MVP from a losing team, on the Cowboys’ side in a mutually ugly 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Colts.
Howley did record two interceptions in the game, but it wasn’t like the Colts, even with QBs Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall struggling as much Dallas’ Craig Morton, didn’t have a worthy winning offensive candidate. That was Mackey, the transcendent … Continue reading
The Saints and Panthers have secured postseason spots. The Saints will be the NFC South champions if they beat the Buccaneers, which would relegate the Panthers to a wild card and the No. 5 seed. The competition for the second … Continue reading
Both of these players were a flaming mess last season, but not inside McVay’s fascinating offensive machine.
Dallas takes over the top spot in the rankings and went 4-0 against AFC teams in 2016, but second-year pros Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott haven’t faced a defense like the Broncos. Opposing quarterbacks had a league-low 69.7 passer rating … Continue reading
As always, these rankings combine my first-hand evaluation of players, copious input from MLB scouts and executives, and the player’s performance to date. Age and position also factor heavily into rankings, as players up the middle are more valuable (as … Continue reading