Another great voice has left us — Pat Summerall, who for so many years handled play-by-play for NFC football games along side John Madden on CBS and then FOX. Prior to my time, it was Tom Brookshier working with Summerall. It seemed every autumn Sunday, Summerall and Madden would be in some NFC East city [...]
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My friend Brad Stratton is back for some more guest prognosticating about his beloved New Yorker Football Giants who play the Washington Redskins this weekend in our native New Jersey.
WFY: I guess getting swept by the Redskins last year must have really upset John Mara — he was on the committee that fined the Redskins [...]
Here’s my quick Super Bowl prediction — New England Patriots 34 New York Football Giants 17. Last time these two met, I talked myself out of picking the Giants.
I’m pulling for the Giants for several reasons — they play in New Jersey where I was born, represent New York which is one of my favorite [...]
The Northeast corridor is well represented in the NFL championship Sunday with 3 teams playing. At least one will move on to the Super Bowl. This is the best Sunday in pro football, better than the Super Bowl which is amateur night and about things like ads and half-time shows.
Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers
The Niners haven’t been in the playoffs in ten years. They can run the ball though and are playing at home. Weather is apparently going to be pretty good, but Saints are still a dome team. Plus, the ghost of Jim Mora may show up. I’m going with the [...]
Another Washington Redskins season means more guest prognosticators and this week is regular New York Football Giants contributor, my friend Brad Stratton.
WFY: Do you think the Giants will benefit from the lockout since they are established at quarterback?
Brad: The QBs missed out on OTAs and minicamps. There was precious little time for quarterbacks and their [...]
I slam Minnesota for cultural misappropriation of Snowmageddon and post videos of Vikings meltdowns as revenge.
So, I got a text from this week’s guest prognosticator Brad, at 3:06 p.m. yesterday.
“nice job on the prediction”
The Washington Redskins promptly scored a touchdown.
Take that, Brad.
That’s all I have to say about the game, other than they should wear burgundy pants with white jerseys.
My friend Brad and I handicap the December 5, 2011 Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants game.
My friend Brad (a New York Giants fan from New Jersey) mentioned in a status update that today was the 25th anniversary of Lawrence Taylor breaking Washington Redskins quarterback’s Joe Theismann’s leg. While I did not watch the game (it was a school night) my father left me a note on the kitchen table that [...]