Author | Marty Mossa


NHL Plays 6th Annual Winter Classic

January 01, 2014 | Marty Mossa

What a setting it was today as the Detroit Redwings hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs in front of 104,000 hockey fans at Wolverines Stadium on the campus of the University of Michigan. The outdoor game was the sixth to be played on New Years Day since 2008. The weather couldn’t have cooperated more. It was [...]

Gutted Super Bowl Champs Were At Least Competitive

December 29, 2013 | Marty Mossa

Obviously we at Ravens Nation are very disappointed that our World Champions will not have a chance to repeat. But lets take a moment to reflect about everything that has transpired since the confetti flowed down over our Super Bowl XLVII Champions last February. The Ravens lost: Anquan Boldin to the SF 49′ers, Elerbe to [...]


All Time Super Bowl Choke Artist

November 25, 2013 | Marty Mossa

It’s obvious that poor OLD Fran Tarkenton has dementia. The formal quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings claims he was the best ever. He was a good QB. But how can the grumpy old man argue over being the greatest quarterback in history? He said he feels like he can “outplay” any of the quarterbacks that [...]


50 Years Ago Today

November 21, 2013 | Marty Mossa

“From Dallas, Texas, the flash apparently official President Kennedy died at 1pm Central Standard Time, that was 2pm Eastern Standard Time, some 38 minutes ago.” (Walter Cronkite, 11/22/63 CBS Television Network). This is my 300th blog I’ve written on since I began in August of 2009. I can’t think of anything more fitting than [...]


No Day for Games

November 21, 2013 | Marty Mossa

The following blog is based on the show Costas Tonight on NBCSN. On Wednesday’s show Costas examined the assassination of John F. Kennedy fifty years from tomorrow. The show mainly focused on how the events in Dallas affected the Dallas Cowboys. Since the NFL decided to play on Sunday, November 24, 1963; the Cowboys were [...]

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