an evolution of sorts, a step in the right direction.
it wont be an easy journey, but you have to start somewhere to get anywhere.
you get what you earn, earn something you want
so i think may be the start of something new
This past Sunday, the LA Times ran an article which was essentially an inflammatory pummeling of the EDM scene. It painted a picture of “Ecstasy-fueled underground” raves, bumped up into the mainstream, leaving a trail of dead, drug-addled kids being picked up by the “…coroner’s wagon rolling…
By Danny Pelisek
I hate bleacherreport.com, and I suspect you do too. It is home to some of the most biased, subjective, and hack-ish “sports writing” on the internet. Plus, everything is an f-ing slideshow.
And yet, try and google any power ranking, mock draft, or trade rumor without half of the results being Bleacher Report “articles.” Unfortunately for me (and many others), I love googling power rankings, mock drafts, and trade rumors, and therefore am forced to suffer through far too many instances of Jeff from Florida’s NFL mock draft that ignores every school west of the Mississippi, or Kyle from Los Angeles’ NBA Power Rankings that has the Lakers permanently 8 spots too high. Is it too much to ask for a little objectivity every once and a while? For a little methodology in your analysis? FOR AN ARTICLE THAT DOESN’T START WITH “SLIDE 1 OF 32?!?”
readersreader, it isn’t. And so I present to you an attempt at a semi-objective, semi-scientific, non-slideshow power ranking of the current head coach openings in the NFL.