Roundup 2/12/11

The Fifth Down picked up my analysis of the Packer's 4th and goal decision a the end of the Super Bowl. Editor extraordinaire Toni Monkovic made the connection to a very interesting quote about the psychology of needing a TD to win rather than a FG to tie by Eli Manning.

Ever wonder which sports are followed by liberals and which by conservatives?

Which QB is most likely to be best in 2011?

In defense of the NFL passer rating.

Is there a choking effect in penalty kicks?

The NFL remained competitively balanced despite the lack of a salary cap  in 2010.

Help Phil out if you're aware of any good studies on sports officiating.

Do NHL teams need momentum heading into the playoffs? (Helmet-knock: Tango)

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5 Responses to “Roundup 2/12/11”

  1. Anonymous says:

    psychology of needing a TD to win - is a broken link.

  2. Brian Burke says:

    fixed

  3. Ropke says:

    the red/blue sports link is also broken...correct link here http://gawker.com/#!5508168/red-sports-vs-blue-sports

  4. Anonymous says:

    "The NFL remained competitively balanced despite the lack of a salary cap in 2010."

    Probably because tons of stars that were set to be UFA became RFA.

  5. Bigmouth says:

    I'd like to give that passer-rating guy a piece of my mind. I wish he'd allow comments on the post.

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