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18to88 Video Interview with Marshall Faulk

In honor of Marshall Faulk’s induction to the Hall of Fame, we present this classic 18to88.com post from last November. Marshall Faulk was the most gifted athlete I’ve ever seen in a Colts uniform.  As I discussed in Blue Blood, Faulk was watershed back in NFL history, and was electric in a Colts uniform. On […]

The Class Basketball Debate (part four)

The Class Basketball debate continues here at 18to88.com this week. Today, Billy Brandle responds to my questions about his position.  You can read Billy’s position in part one.  Be sure to check out part two and the brilliant part three as well.  Tomorrow, I’ll respond to Billy’s questions to me. 1.  How do we define fairness? […]

Paper Boy

Check out this story from AM NewYork. Tim Herrera writes about just what is on the line for the Jets. He gets some quotes from an dashing and witty blogger who previous went by the name Zombie.

Colts Titans Ticket Availability

Want to go to Sunday’s potential playoff clincher?  18to88 has you covered with the best ticket deals on the web.  TiqIQ will help you navigate the major online sellers to find the best price.  18to88 Tickets isn’t selling you seats. We’re just helping you find the best prices!  Using 18to88 Tickets helps you find the […]

Notes on Raiders Game

There won’t be any Eyes in the Backfield this week. It’s not that it’s not a big game, it obviously is.  It’s just that it’s New Years Eve, and I have too much to do to come up with 18 points about a team that we just saw three weeks ago yesterday.  Also, there’s no […]

Are Stats Useless?

On his show on Monday, Bill Polian made some comments about statistical analysis. I think it was (CBS broadcaster and former New York Giants quarterback) Phil Simms on a broadcast I heard who said, ‘Statistics are virtually meaningless in football unless you can match them up with videotape and say this is what this statistic […]

Are Stats Useless?

On his show on Monday, Bill Polian made some comments about statistical analysis.   I think it was (CBS broadcaster and former New York Giants quarterback) Phil Simms on a broadcast I heard who said, ‘Statistics are virtually meaningless in football unless you can match them up with videotape and say this is what this statistic […]

All Hail the Champion!

Congrats to the winners of the 18to88 Fantasy League. For the first time ever, I failed to make the playoffs.  But when you draft 19th overall and take Tony Romo and Ryan Grant 1-2, you aren’t going far. The winner is Ani Guri’s I AM ALL 22.  Ani wins an opportunity to attend a preseason […]

Tamme and Wayne

I want to go a little more in depth this morning about the seasons that two Colts are having.  First, let’s look at Jacob Tamme. Back when Clark went down, I wrote: His production is absolutely replaceable.  What effect his absence has on the way teams play the Colts remains to be seen After a […]

Four Colts to Hawaii

The Pro Bowl selections are in and the four most obvious Colts all made it. Manning (reserve) will join Freeney, Mathis and Wayne (all starting).  Jeff Saturday is first alternate at center, so he’ll probably get a nod eventually.  Bethea is 3rd alternate at safety which is hilariously low. It’s hard to argue that anyone […]

Manning’s Season in Focus

Peyton Manning has had three seasons wrapped up into one this year.  For seven weeks he was on an MVP pace.  Then the wheels fell off for a month.  Finally, he’s been on a nice roll for the final three games.  Let’s see where his 2010 numbers stack up against his previous seasons: Comp Att […]

Possible Colts milestones Sunday

Everybody likes impressive numbers (especially if they happen to be nice round ones as well), with the Colts week 17 game having meaning this year we are likely to see several of them reached. Team:With a win the Colts will have their 9th straight 10+ win season keeping them alone in 2nd, 1 season ahead […]

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