Author Archives: Jordan Holle

NFL 2012 Season Preview: Win Totals + Predictions Galore – AFC East

Welcome to part 3 of our NFL season preview! Today the AFC East is up, and we’ll be looking at each team’s outlook for the 2012 season.

AFC East

New England Patriots

  • The best teams in the NFL are constantly changing to stay ahead of the pack. This is why the Pats are always so stinkin’ good.
  • Brandon Lloyd is the first deep threat Brady’s had since Randy Continue reading

30 Days of Summer: Seattle Mariners

For this edition of 30 Days of Summer, I will break down the Mariners’ past, evaluate their present, and look into their future. Ahhhhhh……structure.


For some reason whenever I think of the Seattle Mariners, I think of that clip of the Mariner Moose rollerblading behind Continue reading

Fantasy Football Rundown

For all you Fantasy Football Fans out there, my co-blogger and I decided to give you are top five fantasy players, as well as one, and only one, sleeper. And its all FREE!!! Enjoy.

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Break in the Action

Before I begin discussing the surprisingly interesting Seattle Mariners, I’d like to apologize to all my readers for the lack of articles lately. (I know I don’t have that many readers. Don’t worry, I don’t take myself that seriously and neither should you.) My sports mind has been elsewhere. Basically, three things have distracted me.

1) The Olympics. Every. Single. Night. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed it a ton, but eventually I started to feel obligated to watch it even when I just wasn’t all that Continue reading

30 Days of Summer: Houston Astros

ImageI once knew a Houston Astros fan. His story is what I can only assume to be all too common among the Astros. His name was Jordan Frye. What you are about to here is (more or less) a true story.

I lived with Jordan for 2 and a half years in college. He was quiet, kept to himself mostly, eccentric, and some would say brilliant. There has never been, nor ever will be, anyone better at NHL ’06 for PS2. He drove me into fits of rage as I lost game after game, and I was no slouch. Continue reading