The oversimplification (among other things) is what makes it so enjoyable. "When your throwing the ball well, completion percentage and touchdowns are gonna go up, while interceptions become rare" & "You'd rather gice the ball to the guy who gains 4 yards a carry than the guy who gains 1.5 a carry"Jnmcda0 said:I'm sorry, but John Madden is the master of over-simplification. And he goes on forever about silly things like 6-legged turkeys (around Thanksgiving).
I do like his personality though.
Oh no, the worst crew is the Sunday night ESPN one with Joe Theisman and those two other guys I can't remember because they are so bad. Dr Z,an NFL writer for SI.com, agrees with me about this group when he rates the network broadcasters every year.instil said:
teams on the rise, i meant on the rise to being one of the top contenders in the league, say in the top 10. (chargers and falcons were already in the top 10, but i think they both have better teams this year than last year...raiders i feel will move up in rank a considerable amount from last year.kikachuck said:Explain your logic on that instil. Two of your teams on the 'rise' lost last week. If you base your rankings on week one, how could they be rising? Especially the Chargers. They played well, but I think the Cowboys would be a much better candidate for the rising.