Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Infamous 2017 Cleveland Browns Loser Parade

The Idea A couple of months ago as the Browns were in the midst of a zombie-like stumble through a futile and winless regular season, an idea began to take hold among the fanbase: a parade commemorating a perfect season. In fact, a Browns fan

CFP National Championship

The National Championship The most anticipated game of the season has arrived. On Monday night in Atlanta, the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide will contest the 4th edition of the College Football Playoff national championship game. For the third straight year the game

NFL Wild Card Weekend Picks

With the regular season behind us we say goodbye to 20 of the 32 NFL teams and turn our attention to the remaining 11 games on the schedule. The two division winners with the best records from each conference (Patriots, Steelers, Eagles, Vikings) get the

NFL Mid-Season Awards Revisited

Back on November 10th we released our Mid-Season Awards and Predictions column where each SportsIntel editor handed out some individual and team awards after seeing at least eight games from each squad. Today we’re walking back down that road to let you know whether we

Report Card: 2017 Win Total Primer

Back on 7 September 2017, mere hours before the NFL season kicked off, I published my Win Total Primer as a user guide to each team in the NFL. That SportsIntel.net maiden voyage was a 2,336 word behemoth that saw me making willy nilly predictions for

NFL Week Seventeen After Action Report (AAR)

Upsets galore means an unlikely playoff picture has emerged. The Bengals upended the Ravens which means the Bills are in for the first time since 1999, the Titans squeaked by the Jaguars as Blake Bortles continued to unravel, and the Falcons beat the Panthers keeping

NFL Week 17 Recap: 5 Things I Think

1- Sunday Night Football was missed, but the NFL did the right thing  In a season where it seemed that everything the NFL touched turned toxic, I think they got Week 17 right. Last week I wrote about the unprecedented nature of what the NFL