I know it is harder than it looks, but it's puzzling to me why more striker don't seem to do this regularly.
Huuuuuuge--estimated at more than 115 feet--wave.
. . . economics will win. As is well known the HC of the Patriots was an economics major (Wesleyan). I didn't know until yesterday that the defensive coordinator of the Eagles, Jim Schwartz, was also an economics major (Georgetown).
Kids, study economics and you may well be on your way to fame and fortune in the NFL!
It is quite pretty and usually restrained British announcers go a little nuts.
That sound you hear coming from Boston is Danny Ainge cackling.
Two points especially worth noting:
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick erased their fourth double-digit fourth quarter deficit in the playoffs Sunday, and no one thinks it’s particularly special. This is not normal: No other quarterback has done this more than once, and no other franchise has done it more than twice. . . .
In a phenomenal Twitter thread, football analytics guru Warren Sharp pointed out the near-unbelievable predictability of the Jaguars offense in the fourth quarter: Every first-down snap was a run from shotgun, and every second down was a downfield pass. Jacksonville had six snaps in the fourth quarter with a running clock and the lead, but at no point did it drain the play clock to five seconds. (Remind you of anything, Falcons fans?) This is Patriots football: Let the other teams make mistakes, and know how to make plays at the end of the game.
"The titanic Alabama coach is praised for his consistency: on the recruiting trail, in championship games, with his breakfast. But as the Tide’s stunning championship comeback against Georgia reminded us, that constant greatness stems from something surprising: a willingness to change."
UPDATE: Link fixed now.
Come to think of it, it has been quite entertaining.
And that doesn't even include this: "Okay, Here Is The Last Minneapolis Miracle Video You'll Need".