At the beginning of 2009, Super Smash Bros. Melee players expected to have one last hurrah at Revival of Melee before moving back to Brawl or whatever non-Melee related activity they’d otherwise do. But rather than a swan song, those smashers got something completely different. Suddenly, the scene blew up. As the old guard of […]Read more "Smash History: 2009’s Top Ten Melee Players"
Last week, I only took a look at one division: the woeful AFC South. But this week, I’ll be previewing what I think will be the most stacked division in football. And it goes beyond the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos. Make no mistake: I could see any team winning this division. Where all […]Read more "AFC West Preview 2016"
If you’re unfamiliar with watching any AFC South team play football last year, the results are uninspiring. The Texans, Colts, Jaguars and Titans finished with a combined 25-39 record throughout the 2015 season. Exclude these teams records against eachother and you have a group of four teams that went 13-27 against every other team in […]Read more "AFC South Preview 2016"
A week and a half ago, fellow Super Smash Bros. Melee historian Catastrophe and I wrote about the Top Ten of Melee’s golden year: 2007. This week, we’re looking at the dark ages of 2008, when the game’s sequel, Super Smash Bros. Brawl nearly killed it out. Before we get into our honorable mentions for […]Read more "Smash History: 2008’s Top Ten Melee players"
As said in my last column, I’m previewing two NFL divisions each week as part of my NFL season preview. Today I’ll be taking a look at the teams in the AFC North and their pros and cons heading into the season. 2016 Pittsburgh Steelers: Pros: Even as it’s missing Martavis Bryant for the rest […]Read more "AFC North Preview 2016"
The beginning of August is here – and so soon will the NFL season. You know what that’s got us all feeling. I’ll be previewing two divisions each week as part of my NFL season preview, recapping each of the team’s pros and cons heading into the 2016 season, as well as their best and […]Read more "AFC East Preview 2016"
If we’re living through Super Smash Bros. Melee’s platinum age, nine years ago was the game’s golden, MLG-ridden, Smashboards-centric era: a time when language on the Internet was even more offensive than today, Nickelback dominated the radio and it was still cool to play Guitar Hero. To players whose knowledge of the competitive Melee scene […]Read more "Smash History: 2007 in Melee and our Top Ten"