NFL Draft 2020 Composite Rankings

The NFL Draft is set to kick off on April 23. As one of the few things that well feel normal in the sports world right now, even if it is held under a completely revised format, there should be plenty of eyeballs on this year’s selection process. There are multiple people who look at prospects, either professional or as an extensive hobby. But instead of just using one person’s ratings, composite rankings smooth out the outlier opinions a bit. The below rankings are an average ranking of 13 different source rankings. Included this year are Daniel Jeremiah, Charlie Campbell, … Continue reading NFL Draft 2020 Composite Rankings

Netflix’ Brews Brothers: Quirky, But Right In My Wheelhouse

Quarantine time has obviously meant a lot of binge TV watching. The latest one for me, consumed mostly over this last weekend was Brew Brothers, a Netflix original about two distinct brothers trying to run a brewery together. Estanged since a childhood beer contest went awry, the two beermaking brothers, Wilhelm and Adam wind up working together again after Wilhelm (Alan Aisenberg) started a brewery and then floundered before hipster-ish, and whole-heartedly pretentious Adam (Mike Castle) brings his honed skills to the foray. What ensues of the eight-episode arc is hijinx, shenanigans, and plenty of scenes that make you do … Continue reading Netflix’ Brews Brothers: Quirky, But Right In My Wheelhouse

Training Log–April 6-12, 2020

Another week of progress. Monday, April 6, 2020 SPSPH 2×10, 1×8 Airdyne Sprints :20 on/:40 off 6x 1.65 miles Mobility: BSquat / Theragun Quads/Adductors Walk: 2.56 miles Tuesday, April 7, 2020 SPSPH 2×10, 1×9 Deadlifts 5×135, 4×185, 3×225, 5×275 Ab Wheel 4, 4, 4 Walk 2.7 miles Back in the day (yeah, I’m old enough I can say that now), I would watch bodybuilding DVDs or VHSs before heading to the gym. Arnold, Ronnie Coleman, Jay Cutler, or my personal favorite, Flex Wheeler. I still yell Ronnieisms like “lightweight”, “ain’t nothing to it but do do it” and “everybody wanna … Continue reading Training Log–April 6-12, 2020

An Unlikely Source For A Broadway Music Tribute?

I have two music subscriptions–Spotify and Sirius XM. The majority of my XM listening is to the Vegas Sports Information Network (VSIN), a channel devoted entirely too sports gambling. That is probably 90 percent of my XM use. The other 10 percent is still mostly Outlaw Country, the station started by Steven Van Zandt several years back. Of that 10 percent, probably 90 percent of my listening there is the Steve Earle Show, which airs every weekend. I tend to catch the on demand version on Sundays. This week, Steve did an entire hour dedicated to Broadway musicals. Yes, an … Continue reading An Unlikely Source For A Broadway Music Tribute?