I’ve been getting emails from the biggest Tim Tebow fan ever for about a month now and thought I would share them with the rest of the world since I can’t believe that someone would take the time to write these and send them to me. Enjoy. No editing has been done to them.
We are finally at Week 8 of the NFL season and therefore us NFL obsessed maniacs can put together our meaningless NFL mid-season awards list and share them with everyone else like any of it matters. I’m a sucker for awards and so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I jumped at the chance to write a mid-season NFL awards column. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the column as much as I’ve enjoyed the first 8 weeks of the NFL season (GO CHIEFS!)…..
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to preview the upcoming NFL season. We’ll run down all the divisions and teams, give our thoughts on who makes the playoffs and who misses the cut, and make out Super Bowl picks as well.
Welcome, welcome, welcome! If you are a regular reader here at “THE MAN-CAVE” you are more than likely familiar with me. My name is Dustin James and I’m the resident “moronic football predictor” around these parts. Football is easily my favorite sport and I get so excited at the start of the season that I just can’t resist predicting any and everything I possibly can. This year is no different. Since I spent a good two months on my college football preview here at “THE MAN-CAVE”, I decided to whip up some quick NFL predictions as well. By no means am I an “NFL expert”, I just happen to be a huge fan who wants to share his opinion with others. Last year I predicted the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl over the Green Bay Packers and while I kind of whiffed on the Packers, I absolutely nailed my Super Bowl pick. So, considering I’m on a roll right now with my NFL predictions, what do you say we stop wasting time and get to the good stuff already? Sounds good to me……
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave for a sports hodgepodge. We’ll open with a discussion about our Cincinnati Reds and how the reason is going so far before talking about the NFL draft and quickly running down the NBA Playoffs. Plus a little UFC and WWE talk at the end.
It’s that time of year again! It’s easily one of my favorite times of the year (sports and non-sports included) and hopefully it’s one of yours as well. That’s right, it’s NFL DRAFT SEASON BABY!!! The NFL Draft is important for plenty of reasons. One reason it’s important is because it’s the main factor in how your NFL team improves from year to year. A major common misconception among NFL fans is that the best way to make immediate improvements to your teams is in free agency. That’s wrong. If you take a look back at all the past NFL champions, they are teams who have historically drafted well and don’t really do too much in free agency. Free agents in the NFL are free agents for a reason. They are free agents because their last team didn’t feel that they were worth as much as the player thinks he’s worth so that guy goes packing and most of the time, he goes to another team and the truth is finally revealed a little bit down the road….that he really wasn’t worth all that money he was asking for.
That’s why the NFL Draft is so important. Look at the Washington Redskins for example. They were a team that “won” the NFL’s free agency period for years! Did that ever lead to any kind of great results on the field? No! Then last year, the team goes out and has an excellent draft and BOOM….the Redskins are one of the hottest teams in the league now! Every single draft pick in the draft is important as teams can find immediate starters as late as in the seventh-round. For a team that was horrible last year, the draft is huge as they really do have the opportunity to make immediate improvements next season (Colts and Redskins are perfect examples). The 2013 NFL Draft isn’t loaded with big names, but it’s loaded with potential starters all over the place and there are a lot of teams that could walk away from this draft with 6-7 guys ready to start tomorrow. Are you excited yet?
Before we actually get to the good stuff, I figure we should get the introduction out of the way. For those of you who have been following all the action here at<em> “THE MAN CAVE”</em>, you should be familiar with me as I’m the designated “draft” guy here. First of all, I don’t consider myself an NFL Draft expert by any means, I just consider myself a fanatic. I read pretty much EVERY single mock draft I can get my hands on. I also read a lot of scouting reports on these guys and I like to think I know a little bit about what I’m talking about. College football is my favorite sport in the world (GO OREGON DUCKS!) and watching players that I’ve seen over the course of their college careers finally make the jump to the NFL is awesome. The reason I write this mock draft is pretty much for my enjoyment only because I like to see how accurate I can be when it’s all said and done. Considering I go through all the work of writing it up….I may as well post it for everyone else to see. With all that said, LET’S GET DOWN TO BIZNESS!
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to wrap up our NFL playoff coverage. We’ll review the Super Bowl in detail, giving our thoughts on how both teams played, the power outage, and pretty much everything except Beyonce’s halftime performance. Plus we’ll talk about the future of quarterbacks like Alex Smith, Joe Flacco, Cam Newton, Robert Griffin III, and more and predict next years Super Bowl teams.
My review of the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
My preview of Sunday’s big game.
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to preview the biggest football game of the year. We’ll spend 40 minutes dissecting this Sunday’s Super Bowl, looking at the game from all angles, and talking about the offense vs. defense match-ups before making our predictions. Then we’ll talk a little bit of hockey before wrapping up with a review of the WWE Royal Rumble.