jonathan staub

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  • SteelersAndPinkFloydDiva posted 1129 days ago


    no offense but miami heat sucks who loses to the spurs go spurs!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Martin Gorski posted 2975 days ago

    Martin Gorski


    I was thinking about your ideas about a combined article concerning dynasties. I think we could work together. I would suggest that a dynasty should be defined as a organization that has won three or more title within a 6 year span. That will include the 80s 49er and the 90s cowboys but not include the 90s broncos. Additionally, I feel at least one back-to-back victory should also be a requirement. But we need more criteria because that would also include the 70s Dolphins, who went to three straight and won two. Does anybody think htey were a dynasty? I do not know. Moreover we need to rank both the offense, defense and special teams to identify which teams were truly great dynasties. I think if we can use some of the Footbal Outsiders and Cold Hard Football Facts metrics. We can get a good idea of which overall dynasties were exceptional. Let me know what you think.


  • Adam Greuel posted 2977 days ago

    Adam Greuel

    Hi there,

    I have recently started my own project to rank the top 100 hockey players off all-time and just recently posted players 1-10. I would love to hear what you think about my list or for you to even post your own list in the comments section. Please, give it a read!

  • Patrick Cwiklinski posted 2984 days ago

    Patrick Cwiklinski

    Do you think Patrick Roy is ready to be an NHL head coach?

  • Kevin Roberts posted 2998 days ago

    Kevin Roberts

    thanks for the comments and edits on my Packers article.


  • Kara Martin posted 2998 days ago

    Kara Martin

    Thank you Jonathan for the edits, I appreciate it SO much! All hail the editors, there is no way that I could do it without you!

  • Stephen Meyer posted 3000 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Jonathan,

    Lou Gehrig has somehow been forgotten amongst the game’s immortals, even though he was possibly even more of a reason for the success of Ruth’s 1927 Yankees. Read about the quiet, forgotten leader of “Murderer’s Row,” Henry Lou Gehrig.

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 3000 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury


    I just wrote an article going over the best Yankee moments to occur against the Red Sox in the old Yankee Stadium before they play their first game of the rivalry in the New Yankee Stadium, I hope you enjoy and Thanks in advance.

  • Stephen Meyer posted 3002 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Jonathan,

    John Sterling is one of the most eccentric and passionate play-by-play announcers in all of sports. Here is a gaze into the heart, soul, and lungs of New York Yankees radio. I would love to hear your comments and feedback on a great, yet quirky man.

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

  • Kevin Roberts posted 3003 days ago

    Kevin Roberts

    Think the Bulls can do it? I sure do.

    Check out my article to find out why: