1. 2010 Winter Olympics: Captain Crosby to Lead Canada to a Golden Ending

    To most hockey fans south of the border, Sunday's hockey game was the "Miracle on Ice: Part Two."   For hockey fans north of the border, Sunday's loss to our American neighbours has caused a panic from one end of our hockey-mad coast to the other...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 4 years ago 980 reads 29 comments

  2. Dion Phaneuf Not the Remedy for What Ails the Toronto Maple Leafs

    Imagine for a minute you're Brian Burke and you are in charge of keeping a tiny rowboat full of holes afloat in Toronto Harbour...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 5 years ago 888 reads 20 comments

  3. Brady at the Bat: A Modern Take on an Old Classic

    The Outlook wasn't brilliant for the Foxboro nine that day: The score stood 24 to 10, with but one quarter left to play. A straggling few got up to go in deep despair...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 5 years ago 163 reads 3 comments

  4. Disappointment Over Colts Decision To Mail It In On Sunday

    When I compare my football resume and acumen to that of Bill Polian's,I realize pretty quickly that I should keep my yap shut in regards to a GM who is widely regarded as one of the all-time greatest at what he does...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 5 years ago 252 reads 4 comments

  5. Is Peyton Manning Overrated?

    I have spent the last 10 years watching Peyton Manning play as the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts. During this time I have always tried to argue the merits of why Peyton might just go down as the greatest QB in the history of the game...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 5 years ago 2,376 reads 16 comments

  6. Alexander the Reckless Strikes Again

    What is the difference between Alexander Ovechkin and Evgeni Artyukhin you ask? I guess that depends on who you ask. If you are Colin Campbell the difference is about three games...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about 5 years ago 308 reads 17 comments

  7. Sidney Crosby To The Rescue

    Can you believe at one time people actually tried to compare Alexander Ovechkin to Sidney Crosby. It almost seems laughable these days as Crosby has shed the boy wonder persona and grown into a natural leader both on and off ice...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about 5 years ago 329 reads 0 comments

  8. Caldwell's Colts Showing a Willingness To Go For The Juggular

    During the offseason most people generally agreed that the Colts were due for a setback given the significant changes that took place in our historically stable franchise...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about 5 years ago 379 reads 3 comments

  9. Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins: Second to None in the NHL

    I know there are a lot of people out there that are going to read the headline of this article and simple dismiss it because they can't stand Sidney Crosby. He doesn't score, he's too neatly packaged, and he whines...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 732 reads 33 comments

  10. Will 2009 Be The Year We Finally Cut Peyton Manning Some Slack?

    I watched Rudy last night and right at the end of the movie when the rest of the Fighting Irish players carried the diminutive hero off the field to the screaming roar of the 80,000 fans who ...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 475 reads 10 comments

  11. Ben Roethlisberger: Keeping Things in Perspective

    I read an article on Bleacher Report last week that struck me as more than a little odd. The author was attempting to make the argument that Big Ben was going to be the ticket to the Hall of Fame for several other key Steeler's football players...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 1,354 reads 69 comments

  12. The 2009 Indianapolis Colts Will Be Just Fine

    Several Internet journalists, and so called "arm-chair experts," have spent the better part of the off-season writing off the Indianapolis Colts...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 545 reads 15 comments

  13. Pens—Caps Games Seven: It's a Great Day For Hockey

    It's a great day for hockey. The statement made famous by Badger Bob Johnson seems to just about sum up the anticipation for Game Seven tonight perfectly. It's amazing how sports have a way of involving the fan at a level that is borderline irrational.

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 275 reads 0 comments

  14. Are We Watching the End of the Flyers Organization as We Know It?

    If the Philadelphia Flyers get swept away by the Penguins in their first round series, are the Flyers as we know them finished? Go back to the days of the Broad street bullies and you will find ...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 219 reads 11 comments

  15. Peyton Manning: The Ultimate Difference Maker In the NFL

    This article is the summarizing of a blog I read this morning. You can read that blog in its entirety at http://www.pro-football-reference...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 412 reads 15 comments

  16. Evgeni Malkin Should Win the Hart Trophy...But He Won't

    Is there another trophy in all professional sports with a more convoluted voting criteria than the NHL's Hart Trophy? Player judged to be the most valuable to his team? I mean, seriously—who ...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 653 reads 13 comments

  17. A Tribute to Roy Halladay

    The date was September 27th 1998, the location; Skydome in Toronto Ontario. The Blue Jays were playing out the final game of another dismal season and they had a relative no-name on the mound by the name of Roy Halladay...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 630 reads 3 comments

  18. Friday Morning Random Thoughts

    THUD...THUD...THUD...That noise you hear is the sound of Adrian Peterson's head hitting the wall repeatedly at the thought of spending another season with Tarvaris Jackson or Sage Rosenfields in the backfield with him...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  19. Mario Lemieux's Five Greatest Seasons

    For as long as I can remember, I have first and foremost been Mario Lemieux fan. Long before Peyton Manning came along, or the Penguins lucked out with the Sidney Crosby sweepstakes, I was hooked on number 66...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 1,581 reads 7 comments

  20. The Biggest Myth About the NFL Draft

    The NFL Draft is broken and it seems only two teams in the league realize it. As I watch NHL teams do everything in their power to lose games right now in order to gain the best odds to draft ...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 281 reads 6 comments

  21. Jay Cutler, Grow Up!

    Raise your hand, if you've had just about all you can stomach of Jay Cutler and the Denver Bronco's this offseason. I honestly saw this story break as a footnote to the Matt Cassell trade...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 539 reads 14 comments

  22. Pittsburgh Penguins: Strongest Team in the Playoffs?

    Throughout the season, the Pittsburgh Penguins have just about every label you can think up attached to them. They started off as the trendy pick to run away with the East after last years amazing Stanley Cup run...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 339 reads 7 comments

  23. Where Safety Is Concerned

    Playing hockey in Canada you are three times more likely to suffer a spinal cord injury than playing football in the U.S...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about over 5 years ago 105 reads 2 comments

  24. Matt Cassel: Handicapping His Future

    I honestly believe that the most intriguing plot line this offseason is going to be what happens to Matt Cassel. I know that might seem strange coming from a card-carrying member of the Colts fan club, but Cassel's future is completely up in the air...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 6 years ago 576 reads 20 comments

  25. Tom Brady a Choke Artist?: A Deeper Glimpse Inside the Numbers

    A lot has been said and written here at B/R regarding the myth that the New England Patriots have been the gold standard of success in the playoffs because of the play of their QB, the terrific Tom Brady...

    Scott Brown Written by Scott Brown about almost 6 years ago 1,893 reads 35 comments