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As I settle into my role as a MLB Featured Columnist on B/R, I look forward to portraying my love for the game through public discourse.
Ever since I can remember, I have been glued to the world of sports. Whether it's the intensity of sitting at the 50 yd line at a NFL Playoff Game, or watching a World Cup Exhibition match between the eventual World Cup winning Italy team in 2006, I can't get enough of the unscripted drama that team sports provide.
With a degree in Sociology from SDSU in 2009, I have been working in the educational field, coaching High School Junior Varsity Baseball at Crawford HS in San Diego, CA. I've learned that competition runs as thick as Oprah in any level of skill: Sports provide the overall best atmosphere for growth in all aspects.
I have been writing about the Bay Area teams as my focus to date, but after my 7th championship-less fantasy football season, my repetitive league wire tapping has floated to an all time high. I consider myself quite knowledgeable in almost every sport, and am always looking to learn what I can from whoever is willing to share their thoughts.
Hey, really no need to apologize. I probably should have been a bit more supportive in my feedback, actually. That was a long one, and few writers could catch every error in a lot of text without the help of a second eye. Next time, I'll be a bit more measured.
Thanks for the positive feedback? How long have you been a featured columnist? Just became one officially today.
You dont make good reads at all... How did you become a writer???
Like How you deleted the post smart guy.
Silver and Black fallin through the Cracks
Brian Shannon posted 12 days ago
@Johnny: Like I've said all along, beat the Chiefs and you can talk. Don't lose to bad teams and you can talk. Have a record above .500 and you can talk. Win back-to-back games more than once every two years and you can talk. It doesn't matter who the Chiefs have played, the NFL is a competitive league where the good teams when football games regardless of the opponent, they don't lose to the Niners or the Cardinals. Look at nearly every key stat and you will find the Chiefs at or near the top of it, so tell me how they aren't a very good football team? They don't turn the ball over, they force turnovers, they don't give up sacks, they run the ball better than anyone, they stop the run as well as nearly anyone, they are strong on special teams, Cassel is completing his passes. Tell me how this team is not a contender?
Check out my article when you have time and let me know what you think