There have only been five teams in the league you can count on for survival. And I mean really count on. They rarely make you sweat, and when they do it’s only a temporary perspiration until they regain control of the game. These teams are the Broncos, Chiefs, Patriots, Seahawks and Saints.
For five weeks I’ve been walking on eggshells around the NFL schedule trying to avoid the landmine game that would blow me out of the 94WIP Suicide Pool.
I’m looking at five games in week 5 for us to pick from. Depending on which teams you’ve used to keep your pulse steady, your choice may differ. Or you could pick a different game entirely, who am I to stop you? If you are one of the more than 9,000 left above water that means you’re doing something right.
This moment was coming. It was only a matter of time. Some might have hoped it wouldn’t arrive as early as week 4, but it’s here. The Philadelphia Eagles are on the wrong side of the largest spread of the weekend, and (spoiler alert) my Best Bet for Survival pick.
Week 2 was a battle for most of us trying to survive.
Before we fly through my week 2 picks like a 53-play first half, let’s step back and learn some lessons from week 1 that could help us survive moving forward.
Welcome to week 1 of the 2013 NFL season. You made it. It’s been a long and painful summer, but it’s over. The calendar reads football, and not a thing else matters.
Justin Boylan Allen Iverson and Tim Duncan. For as long as I can remember watching basketball, AI and The Big Fundamental have been there.
With the Sixers out of the playoffs, fans are left searching for a team to cheer for. Here’s a rundown, and your options.
With the three other teams in Philadelphia struggling, the pressure is on the Phillies.
The NBA All-Star game is a reminder to Sixers fans that good basketball is out there.