Experience over Everything

the game that was meant to showcase the old guard and the new era only showed what experience can do when nothing seems to be going right.

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Super Bowl LIII Preview

One of the greatest dynasties in the league is back for a third straight year to try to capture their sixth title while a young team on the rise looks to begin their own dynasty.

Slaying the Beasts

The New England Patriots always seemed like the unsolvable problem but the issue was never figuring out how to solve the problem. Figuring out the Pats was never the impossible thing to do as the blueprint has been there for a very long time. To beat the Patriots teams needed to beat Tom Brady and … Continue reading

Super Bowl LII Preview

There may not be a team that has embraced the underdog role as well as the Philadelphia Eagles but they take on another unique team in New England who are uniquely dominant and looking for their sixth Super Bowl title.

Dynasty Rules in Houston

The debate between parity and dynasties translated to NRG stadium where a two-decade dynasty took on a team that had yet to win the title at Super Bowl LI.

Super Bowl LI Preview

The Super Bowl will feature a match-up that most would assume has been seen plenty of times but in 51 years the best offence and defence have only faced off a few times making this an interesting game.

Gold Standard in Defence

The NFL continues their love of offence but no matter how good offence gets it seems like the old saying “defence wins championships” continues to ring true.

WMQB: Super Bowl XLVI Review

Super Bowl XLVI had so many storylines it was hard to keep up in the two weeks leading up to the game. The biggest storyline was the uncanny likeness that this year’s Super Bowl had to the Super Bowl in 2008. In 2008 Super Bowl XLII featured the New England Patriots and the New York Giants, just like this year.

2008 All over Again (Super Bowl XLVI Preview)

This year the playoffs took an eerily similar turn as it begins to look a lot like the 2008 playoffs. In 2008 the New England Patriots were on their way to becoming the best team in NFL history behind the arm of Tom Brady and the brains of Bill Belichick.

What 2 Watch (Feb. 3-5)

February has started meaning the end of the fall sports season and the beginning of the end of the winter sports season. The Fall sports will officially end with the biggest game in sports the Super Bowl this Sunday as the Giants and Patriots face off for the Lombardi Trophy. Meanwhile winter sports are through their halfway point including the NHL.

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