Monthly Archives: October 2017

NFL Week Eight After Action Report (AAR)

NFL Week Eight After Action Report – brought to you by Frank Castle, Brad’s alter ego. No relation to the Punisher as far as I know. Brad’s Picks Brad was right the wrong way. Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I was surprised that Tampa

Predicting the College Football Playoff Rankings

In a couple of hours the College Football Playoff (CFP) selection committee will reveal its rankings for the 2017 CFP. The first unveiling of these rankings comes on the heels of a tumultuous weekend in college football. A previously undefeated Penn State team lost a

NFL Week 8 Recap: 5 Things I Think

1- Get Well Soon, Zach Miller! For the third week in a row injuries—one injury in particular this time—grabbed a lot of headlines. Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller suffered a knee gruesome injury on a  play in the endzone on Sunday in New Orleans.

World Series Game 3 Pitching Matchup

The World series reconvenes at 8:20EST tonight from Minute Maid Park in Houston with the series tied at 1 game apiece. After a wild Game 2 that saw each team blow leads in an 11-inning instant classic, Houston looks to take command of The Series

NFL Week 8 Picks

 We’re sneaking up on the half way point for this NFL season, meaning that by the end of next week, every team will have played at least half its games (I smell a 2nd half predictions column in the works!). There have been some strange

NFL Week Seven After Action Report (AAR)

There’s been a shift in the standings and I’m not just talking about the teams on the field. As the Philadelphia Eagles top the Power Rankings heading into week eight, Brad tops the SportsIntel leader board. Silly me for betting against his Chargers! Brad’s Picks

The World Series Starts Tonight!

As the biggest baseball fan on the SportsIntel staff, I have been negligent in writing about baseball. I apologize. I think there have been two main items hindering me from writing: 1- I am still distraught over the way the Nats went out of the

Will the Real Contenders Please Stand Up?

We are almost almost to the half-way point in the NFL season and I’m still waiting for the real contenders to reveal themselves. I could be wrong but I feel like the 1972 Dolphins popped the cork on the champagne a little early this year.