1. National Football League: Weak Week 4 Post-Dictions

    Week 4 of the sixteen game NFL regular season is over now, and we’ve hit the quarter mark in the season...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 3 years ago 59 reads 0 comments

  2. National Football League: Some Weak Week 3 Post-Dictions

    Week 4 of the young NFL season is almost here, and I know this is a little late, but I would still like to make some observations about week three’s games...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 3 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  3. The National Football League Weak Two Post-Dictions

    Week two of the NFL season is now history. All of the games played were between teams in the same conference except for two: Kansas City traveled to Detroit to play the Lions, and ...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 3 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  4. National Football League: Week One Post-Dictions by a Weak One

    Week one of the National Football League 2011-2012 season has come and gone. I’ve never considered myself clever enough to make predictions and, since hindsight is 20-20, here are a few week one “post”-dictions...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 3 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  5. MLB Realignment: Houston, We Have No Problem

    Once again, the rumor mill is churning. The Major League Baseball rumor mill, that is. MLB realignment has reared its ugly head and won’t be ignored until someone appeases the beast...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about 3 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  6. The Houston Texans: One Fan's Reaction to Last Night's Loss

    There’s really only one word that aptly describes the feeling after last night’s game between the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens came to its sudden end. That word is crestfallen...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 3 years ago 433 reads 3 comments

  7. AFC South: A Look at Week 14 and Playoff Implications

    For the second week in a row this weekend’s slate of NFL games begins with a Thursday night NFL Network game involving the AFC South...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 3 years ago 99 reads 0 comments

  8. The AFC South: The Most Competitive Division In The NFL

    Week 13 of the National Football League’s 2010 season begins tonight with the Houston Texans in Philadelphia to do NFL business with the Philadelphia Eagles...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 3 years ago 289 reads 0 comments

  9. Super Bowl Announcers: Bill Cowher Is Just Plain Wrong About NFL Overtime

    Well, Super Bowl XLVI is just about to start and the irrepressible Jim Nantz just started in with his inane drivel pouring out of his pie hole. I have nothing against Nantz...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 2,600 reads 59 comments

  10. 2010 Super Bowl: Quitting Football Cold Turkey

    Regardless of the final score of Sunday’s Super Bowl, one thing is for certain; it doesn’t matter which team wins, history will be made...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 316 reads 0 comments

  11. Even When It Comes to the Super Bowl, Blood Is Thicker than Water

    This year’s Super Bowl, XLIV if you happen to be Roman, like every Super Bowl, carries with it many storylines, some complex and some not so complicated...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 339 reads 5 comments

  12. Out On An Island: The Loneliest Job In The NFL

    Alexander Selkirk (1676-1721) was a Scottish sailor who spent four years as a castaway on a deserted island off the western coast of South America...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 106 reads 4 comments

  13. Some Thoughts on the Heisman Trophy From a Pro Football Guy

    When it comes to football, I’m a pro guy.  That is to say, that I favor the professional game over the collegiate, at least as far as the BCS and D-1 of the NCAA is concerned...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 1,017 reads 6 comments

  14. Spurs To Honor David Robinson After 76ers Game

    Tonight the San Antonio Spurs are home to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Spurs are 8-8 and currently in second place of the Southwest division of the NBA, and Philadelphia is 5-11 and in third place of the NBA’s Atlantic division...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about over 4 years ago 157 reads 2 comments

  15. Spurs Guard Hill's Play Maturing In Second Season

    The NBA season is roughly a month, and old already we’ve seen some surprises. Would you have guessed that the Golden State Warriors would beat the Dallas Mavericks with only six players ...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 5 years ago 414 reads 0 comments

  16. Monday Night Football From Houston: Deja Vous All Over Again

    Last night’s Monday Night Football game between Houston and Tennessee was just about what everyone expected. The Texans and the Titans are quickly developing one of the more intriguing NFL rivalries...

    Leonard Sutton Written by Leonard Sutton about almost 5 years ago 76 reads 2 comments