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  • The problem isn’t Dragic – it’s management

    Dragic for Brooks? Don’t like it but I’ll get over it. Dragic and a 2nd round pick for Brooks? Somebody’s asleep at the wheel, swerved and caused an accident. DRAGIC AND A 1ST ROUND PICK?? I stared at my e-mail this afternoon in absolute disbelief. This is a classic case of covering up an embarrassment […]
  • 4th Inning: Get rid of the Designated Hitter

    Editor’s Note: Doug believes baseball is broken and would like to fix it. He plans to discuss an issue a week for the coming weeks. Read here for the topics he plans to help baseball fix. One question to Mr. Weiner (MLBPA director): would you be willing to lose 14 jobs at the Major League […]
  • Wolf: Competitive Collusion

    Something is going on in the NBA and I don’t know if it will end well. The league is faced with a menace they may not be able to overcome. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire Burn and cauldron bubble… By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes. Admittedly, Shakespeare was drawn […]
  • 3rd Inning: Radical Realignment

    Editor’s Note: Doug believes baseball is broken and would like to fix it. He plans to discuss an issue a week for the coming weeks. Read here for the topics he plans to help baseball fix. It’s the third inning and we’re still trailing in the ballgame but we’re making a comeback. Baseball is losing […]
  • Wolf: Patriots changing the rules of team building in NFL

    Whether there’s a CBA or not, the draft is going to happen and team building in the National Football League is a fascinating study. Indianapolis Colts President, Bill Polian, created the modern model for how teams are built in the National Football League. He used this model to get the Buffalo Bills to four consecutive […]
  • 2nd inning: Expansion

    Editor’s Note: Doug believes baseball is broken and would like to fix it. He plans to discuss an issue a week for the coming weeks. Read here for the topics he plans to help baseball fix. There are 16 teams in the National League. There are 14 teams in the American League. Just let that […]
  • Wolf: Steelers deny Cardinals, but Arizona still wins

    I really wanted Keith Butler to be the next defensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals. Butler is very close to Ken Whisenhunt. Butler is certainly qualified, the understudy of Dick LeBeau. And he certainly would have Whisenhunt’s trust. It seemed too good to be true; it was. The Steelers were obstructionists after all. Despite preliminary […]
  • Doug’s Superbowl Game Notes

    Good return to -36 PIT ball Quick out Hand-off lost yardage INC…3 & out Punt…muff by Williams…rec by GB GB ball; 13:13; -21 Shotgun 5 wide…INC…Woodley deflected inside slant Shotgun run middle…starks hit at line…+1 Shotgun…offsides…Driver quick slant…+24 Kissing Jennifer…missed play Starks middle…powered for 3 3rd & 7…right through Nelson’s hands…good pass…bad coverage Punt…end zone…Bush […]
  • 1st inning: Brooklyn fixes New York problem

    Editor’s Note: Doug believes baseball is broken and would like to fix it. He plans to discuss an issue a week for the coming weeks. Read here for the topics he plans to help baseball fix. Baseball has hundreds of problems. In an era dominated by the NFL, one of the problems is an untrue […]
  • Wolf: Run-down and Super Bowl 45

    The best down-and-distances in the game of football are 1 & 10, 2 & 1-6, and 3 & 1. The reason for this is quite simple: they are all traditional run-down situations and run-down is fun-down. Run-down, a situation teams are in more than any other, says there is a high percentage chance the offense […]
  • What is toughness?

    In the wake of the Jay Cutler injury, his toughness/heart/desire/passion/tolerance/choice of stairs or elevators has been put into question. We could argue all day long on whether the treatment of Cutler has been fair. I’m assuming you don’t need to read a balding, over-weight former high school athlete’s opinion to really put your opinion into […]
  • Wolf: Hall pass for Jay Cutler

    I will admit my eyebrows rose when I saw Jay Cutler on the sideline in the second-half of the NFC Championship game against the dreaded Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field. My brow furrowed even more when I saw the flaccid look on Cutler’s face; his slumped shoulders and laissez faire attitude made me think […]
  • Wolf: Defense wins championships

    There are so many things in life we take for granted; not having to fight the Mongolian Menace is one of them. Huns stormed over walls in the 4th century and the Mongolian-Shanghai-Swine-Flu-Surprise stormed over the walls of the Wolfley Compound early Tuesday morning. Clarity is a beautiful master and there are few teachers better […]
  • Doug: CKW under the spotlight

    Doug, I was reading the mailbag and you replied to Daryl with a long description of why you continue to support CKW and believe he made poor choices this year but is still a good coach. Before I read it, I was falling into the group who believed our great run was a Warner thing, […]
  • Wolf: Cam Newton is a freak

    Cam Newton is a freak. He’s 6’6″ and 250-pounds. He runs like a deer with a long easy stride. He is powerful and shows the desire to make somebody pay should they oppose him. He has an easy release and a throwing motion that doesn’t need a ton of work. Although he may have been […]