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I write about NFL and Fantasy Football on my blog Undrafteds
I cover the Arizona Cardinals for NFLTouchdown.com:
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I write about Fantasy Football on FantasyFootball.com
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Sports were my life when I was a kid. The ball changed with the season. I played it all, but my passion was and always has been football.
I was an undersized linebacker with tenacity, and the fundamentals and foot speed to make up for my lack of bulk.
Defense was always my thing and I am confident I should have continued playing but alas, I discovered drumming and what being in a gigging rock band was like at the early age of 14, so my sports aspirations took a backseat.
From that early age of 14 until I was about 30, music was my life. I have played all kinds of music and released two solo CDs. My wife provides most of my discography here:
I play drums, guitar, bass, piano and anything available, all self taught.
Most people in the "underground" music world know me as the drummer from the band Breadwinner:
I still play music recreationally, one improv project here:
My current "usual" band here:
The Biggest Oversight in Pro Football History: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/389389-jim-tyrer
finally made a new article check it out, thanks
PLEASE Read this story on a Lions and Rams Legend :
If you want a good laugh check out my new slide show on the greatest sports mullets of all time.
a remembrance :
Has Roger Goodell Lost His Mind?:
Got a couple of big pieces for you to check out. The first is an article about how the Super Bowl XLIV win impacts Drew Brees' legacy.
Then, my recent article on some of the biggest pick-sixes in NFL history. Guess who's at the top of the list?
Thanks for reading/feedback!
controversy begats controversy :
do you agree? : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/335931-the-joke-is-on-nfl-fans-this-sunday
This past Monday, I had one of the greatest opportunities of my writing career.
An interview with NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Fran Tarkenton.
He talked about everything from Brett Favre, to Peyton Manning, to business.
If you have a free moment, I'd love to get your thoughts on the interview...