Two of the best offensive teams of the 2016 season meet head on for Super Bowl 51 in Houston. That pretty much sums up the strengths of both the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. Both do not have a dominating defense. They are both average at best. I say this because the offense has put less pressure on them by scoring so many points throughout the season. My one hope year in and year out for the ‘big game’ is that it doesn’t end up being a one-sided affair. Meaning one team is blowing out the other. That could happen this year, but I’ll hope for the best. Continue reading “Super Bowl LI”
Fly Like A Falcon?
This was all setup as a perfect storm. The one major flaw with the Green Bay Packers was their defense. It showed in the worst way possible in Atlanta. Continue reading “NFC and AFC Championship Game Recaps”
It’s been 52 years since the city of Cleveland won a major sports championship. We all expected the Indians or the Browns to do it, although the Browns aren’t expected to do much in the near future. But since LeBron James was drafted in 2003 by the Cleveland Cavaliers, suddenly the Cavs were expected to accomplish the task.
1. Cleveland Cavaliers vs. 1. Golden State Warriors
1. Cleveland Cavaliers vs. 2. Toronto Raptors
Players to Watch: G Kyrie Irving and G Kyle Lowry
Who Wins: Cavaliers in 5 games
1. Golden State Warriors vs. 3. Oklahoma City Thunder
Players to Watch: G Klay Thompson and G Russell Westbrook
Who Wins: Warriors in 6 games