1. Phillip Rivers and Six NFL Players with the Worst Playoff Resumes

    In the NFL, regular season statistics only get you so far in the eyes of history. To be great, players have to deliver in the playoffs. The following is a list of the six current players with the most disappointing playoff resumes...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about 3 years ago 12,875 reads 34 comments

  2. NFL: The All-Offensive Team of the Past 25 Years

    As a companion piece to last week’s All-Defensive Team , I figured it made sense to write an All-Offensive Team. This one was harder...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about 3 years ago 5,198 reads 111 comments

  3. NFL: The All-Defensive Team of the Past 25 Years

    I love the idea of All-Time Teams. It's just fun. In the last 25 years, the NFL has seen some of its greatest defensive players come and go...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 6,329 reads 58 comments

  4. The NFL's 10 Most Hated Teams

    Football fans are fiercely territorial people. Being a staunch Packers fan, my most hated team is usually whoever Green Bay is playing the following week. But there are teams that transcend matchup hatred...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 71,857 reads 400 comments

  5. 2011 NBA Mock Draft: Full 1st Round—Is This the Worst Draft Class in History?

    I used to love watching The Price is Right growing up. In fact, it was usually the highlight of my sick days from school. Aside from Bob Barker (and the models of course), my favorite part of the show was always the showcase showdown...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 864 reads 5 comments

  6. Green Bay Packers: 5 Most Heartbreaking Losses in Packers History

    The 2011 Green Bay Packers have received a lot of optimistic coverage recently ( much of it written by me )...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 4,046 reads 72 comments

  7. The Players Championship 2011: Phil Mickelson and Five to Watch This Week

    Winning The Players Championship has become something of a bad omen in recent years. No less than four players in the last 10 years (Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia, Stephen Ames and ...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 2,897 reads 4 comments

  8. Green Bay Packers 2011: The Best Packers Team Ever?

    Every time I think about the upcoming Green Bay Packers season, one question constantly invades my thoughts...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 6,803 reads 264 comments

  9. Tiger Woods: 5 Reasons Why He Will Never Break Jack Nicklaus' Record

    For more than a year now, the golf world has been waiting. We have been waiting for the Tiger Woods that stands alone at the top of golf world to reclaim his position...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 3,039 reads 41 comments

  10. Green Bay Packers 2011: 5 Players Who Could Be on the Trading Block

    I’m just going to come right out and say it. In terms of talent, the Packers have an embarrassment of riches...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 122 reads 21 comments

  11. NBA Playoffs 2011: Why America Needs to Support the Boston Celtics

    I wasn't going to write about the NBA Playoffs this season. But desperate times call for desperate measures...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 400 reads 18 comments

  12. Green Bay Packers: Predicting the Role of Each Player in the Packers' Draft

    With the 2011 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, it’s time to turn our attention to the impact each new player will have on the Packers ’ 2011-2012 season...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 3,532 reads 35 comments

  13. U.S. Open 2011: 10 Bold Predictions for This Year's Championship

    The U.S. Open returns to Congressional Country Club June 16-19, and with a little more than a month before the most difficult test in golf kicks off, it’s time to take an early look at what to expect...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 1,259 reads 9 comments

  14. 2011 NFL Draft Grades: The Green Bay Packers Don't Get an "A," They Get an "I"

    Who needs an "A?" The Green Bay Packers ’ 2011 draft is over, and their final grade is in. They get an "I ." "I" as in Indianapolis , the site of Super Bowl XLVI...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 4,512 reads 63 comments

  15. NFL Draft 2011 Grades: Report Card for All 32 First Round Picks

    The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft is in the books. Time to hand out report cards. On a wild night that included a number of surprise picks and trades, many teams looked to fill ...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 15,404 reads 8 comments

  16. Golf: The 25 Greatest Shots in History

    What does it mean to be great? That is a question I struggled with for a long time in coming up with this list...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 18,767 reads 17 comments

  17. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Where Do Cam Newton, Blaine Gabbert Fit in Top 10?

    It’s official. I have now read more analysis, watched more footage and perused more NFL mock drafts than is normal or reasonable for someone not preparing to actually draft a player on Thursday...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 410 reads 1 comments

  18. NFL Draft 2011: Seven Defensive Linemen the Packers Should Target

    The NFL Draft is just two days away, and the tidal wave of mock drafts being published is reaching insane levels. Call me wonkish if you like, but I’ve always preferred positional analysis to the standard mock draft...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 1,956 reads 1 comments

  19. Green Bay Packers 2011 Schedule: 5 Most Important Games

    In the NFL , not all games are created equal. Schedules came out last night for the 2011-2012 NFL season, and fans everywhere immediately began dissecting their teams’ chances for the upcoming (hopefully) season...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 968 reads 18 comments

  20. Tiger Woods: Power Ranking the Young Guns Who Could Keep Tiger from No. 1

    As I watched Tiger Woods obliterate the front nine of Augusta National on Sunday at the Masters, I couldn’t help but slide closer and closer to the edge of my couch. It was as if Tiger’s expanding gravitational pull was sucking me in...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 2,401 reads 13 comments

  21. Madden Cover: An Open Letter to Packers Nation on Aaron Rodgers and "The Curse"

    Dear Packers Nation, Get off your hands and go vote for Aaron Rodgers to be on the cover of Madden ’12 ! There, I said it...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 2,679 reads 166 comments

  22. 2011 NBA Playoffs: Championship Odds and Predictions for All 16 Playoff Teams

    “This fall, I’m going to take my talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat .” With a jolt, the 2011 NBA season began...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 1,975 reads 7 comments

  23. 2011 Green Bay Packers: 5 Players With Something To Prove Next Season

    With the Packers ’ victory in Super Bowl XLV looking smaller and smaller in the rearview mirror, and with no end in sight to the lockout, most fans are focusing their attention on the upcoming NFL draft...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 1,688 reads 10 comments

  24. Masters 2011: Rory McIlroy Makes Opening Round Statement with 7-Under-Par 65

    Augusta National isn't supposed to be that easy. Rory McIlroy wasted no time making his presence felt around the course today, birding three of his first four holes en route to a bogey-free round of 65...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 135 reads 0 comments

  25. Race to the Top: 5 Keys for the Cubs to Win the NL Central

    Last week I wrote about my hope for the 2011 Cubs. For the first time in a long time, I look at the Cubs organization and see reasons to be optimistic about their short and long-term future...

    Matt Krummel Written by Matt Krummel about over 3 years ago 569 reads 12 comments