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Zach Kruse is a 26-year-old sports writer who currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
After studying economics and history at UW-Madison, Zach covered prep sports for his local newspaper, The Dunn County News, while also completing the Bleacher Report internship program and landing a job covering the NFL for the company.
He is now the NFC North Lead Writer for Bleacher Report.
Zach also writes for Cheesehead TV: http://cheeseheadtv.com.
Zach is a member of the Pro Football Writers Association (PFWA).
Just a quick question, did I get my comment deleted because I used the f-word? It was on your "Packers loss continues troubling trend" article. Can you please confirm this, so I know not to do that again.
Awesome predictions this week!
nice job on the pick records. That says something about your knowledge of NFL teams and players.
You should give up. Your articles are crap.
@Scott Shille How much money did you make on the Seahawks SB win?
Right, Zach--how DARE you think differently from this clown!
Zach, I went after you, because it was ridiculous per se to predict Denver to win the Super Bowl in the first place. So, you shouldn't have made that prediction in the first place. You should have known that record-setting offenses usually lose the Super Bowl. You also should have known that the #1 defense has beaten the #1 offense in the Super Bowl 3 out of 4 times. Now, the #1 defense has beaten the #1 offense 4 out of 5 times. Furthermore, you should have also known the physical teams will almost always smash finesse teams, but you forgot about that as well.
The Bleacher Report should fire you or they better make sure you are not writing NFL articles. Before the start of tonight's game, the #1 defense has beaten the #1 offense (in the Super Bowl) 3 out of 4 times. Now, the #1 defense has beaten the #1 offense 4 out of 5 times in the Super Bowl. The great head coach Vince Lombardi has said, "Defense wins championships!"
Teams who have record-setting offenses (like the Broncos) usually lose the Super Bowl. Remember the Patriots in 2009? Do you see the similarities between this year's Broncos and the 2009 Patriots? Now, I realize that was a much closer Super Bowl, but the Giants had a good enough defense to beat that prolific offense. How can you be oblivious to those trends? Off with your NFL journalistic head!!!!
It is often that I sit down at my laptop and read other writers' work on here, and most times I enjoy myself just fine, but I especially enjoyed you VY as a Plan B article. Tremendous; the analysis, use of visuals, etc. Great work man, hope you break the top 50 soon.