Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

With one week remaining in the regular season, the playoff teams are locked up in the AFC, with the final order of things yet to be determined. In the NFC, things are a bit crazier, with eight teams still in the race. As much as we all hate predictions, we all still make them, so […]


Okay, so it took until week 5, but I’ve finally got my second wind. After struggling around .500 for the first few weeks, I finally picked an upset correctly and finished 3-0 for the week. So do I feel confident that all is well and I’m finally figuring out this great entertainment machine that we […]


I’ve decided to bring back a weekly post this season, after putting it on hold last season. Okay let’s be real, I put the entire blog on hold for the last year or so. But I’m back with new energy, and so is the “Games of the Week”. Each week I will pick one game […]


Last week was one for the record books. The Redskins start their third string QB and beat the Cowboys on the road and the Saints decided to finally play some football and ran over (literally) the Packers, handing me a loss in the Lock and the Upset categories. The only one I got right was […]


Now that we’re in the homestretch, the playoff picture is getting clearer at the top and is beginning to take shape at the bottom. With the exception of the NFC East and Central, the divisional winners are pretty clear, barring any sudden meltdowns.  Several teams that believed they could turn their season around a couple […]


I knew it was going to be difficult to go three for three last weekend, so I can’t be too unhappy getting two out of three.  I guess I should have known da’ Bears would eventually figure out how to score on offense. With the season getting closer and closer to the playoffs, upsets will […]


I almost ran out of time this week, but I couldn’t bear the thought of not sharing my life lessons this week.  So here they are. 1)      Okay, I was wrong about the whole ‘Genius’ thing! Three weeks ago, I declared Rex Ryan to be a genius, since he obviously had the world fooled (see […]