Monthly Archives: November 2017

NFL Week 11 After Action Report (AAR)

It was an ugly weekend for Packer fans. I know, trust me. I believe this loss was the first time the Packers have been shut out at home in 11 years. I’m sad to have witnessed it, but we can only go up from here…

The Brett Hundley Experiment

I’ll be honest my initial motivation was to defend Brett Hundley from all the tweeters out there, but some of these are actually pretty funny, and sadly, accurate. Twitter reactions to QB Brett Hundley’s play over the last five weeks. That feel when you just

NFL Week 11 Recap: 5 Things I Think

The easy headline from a strange Week 11 is probably the dominance of Minnesota against fellow NFC stalwart Los Angeles, but that wasn’t a particularly interesting game so I don’t feel compelled to write about it. Here are five items I am mulling over on

Alabama and Clemson Should Be Embarrassed

Assembling a 12-game college football schedule is a process that takes years. Generally speaking, teams will play 8 conference games (9 in the Pac-12) and round out the non-conference portion of the schedule with some combination of games against—for example—traditional rivals, in-state programs, friendly programs,

NFL Week 11 Picks

Week 11 is the last of the season where we have a diminished slate due to teams on bye, meaning that, starting on Thanksgiving Day, we get the full 16 games per weekend for the remainder of the season. It also brings 2017’s final game

The Sky Cam Gimmick Sucks

As I watch Thursday Night Football, I find myself very irritated by this whole “sky cam” concept. Just because the technology exists to do something, doesn’t mean you should do it. I’m not saying that I’m opposed to every change in the way networks present

Congratulations to Max Scherzer!!

Washington National’s ace Max Scherzer won his second consecutive and third career Cy Young award yesterday, edging out fellow finalists, teammate Stephen Strasburg and Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw. I thought Max would split some votes with Strasburg and that it might cost him the award,

Thursday Night Football Breakdown – Titans @ Steelers

Seattle went on the road last week in their horrific Color Rush uniforms and did a professional job despite losing several players to injury during the game. The SportsIntel editors pretty much called this one, identifying Seattle as the better squad and the match-up as

NFL Week Ten After Action Report (AAR)

With week ten in the books, the playoff races begin to emerge. There’s a lot at stake for some of these teams heading into week eleven, but first, let’s take a look at how our predictions fared here at SportsIntel. Once again, we’ll start with