Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Vinny Testaverde


Being a Jet fan is rough, being a Jet fan in the same division as the Patriots is a rough as it gets, yet nothing hurts more than not having a quarterback that you can rally around or feel you have a chance to win with. That is way this week’s Smallthoughts: Old School TuesdayContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Vinny Testaverde”

Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Tony Dungy


Many Football fans think of Tony Dungy as a coach and a coach only. Few knew he was a member of the Pittsburgh Steeler defense back in the 70’s. When you listen to Dungy’s Hall of Fame speech …he speaks of himself as a Steeler first and foremost…interesting. Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday is recognizing bothContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Tony Dungy”

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Ricky Bell


Bell first attracted notice during his sophomore season at USC. in 1974 as a great blocker and between-the-tackles runner, sharing the position of fullback with David Farmer for the 10–1–1 National Championship Trojans team that defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Rose Bowl by the score of 18–17 on January 1, 1975. In 1975,Continue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Ricky Bell”

Mutiny among the Buccaneers…Should Schiano walk the blank?


According to one published report : 0-7 To say that head coach Greg Schiano is embattled is to say that Congress has an image problem. When the streets of Tampa are lined with “Fire Schiano” signs and the defensive coordinator is inviting fans into meetings rooms for game-planning sessions, the brakes on the car haveContinue reading “Mutiny among the Buccaneers…Should Schiano walk the blank?”