jonathan staub

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  • SteelersAndPinkFloydDiva posted 1887 days ago


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

  • Martin Gorski posted 3733 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 3735 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 3742 days ago

    Patrick Cwiklinski

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

  • Kevin Roberts posted 3756 days ago

    Kevin Roberts

    thanks for the comments and edits on my Packers article.


  • Kara Martin posted 3756 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 3758 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)

  • Stephen Meyer posted 3761 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 3761 days ago

    Kevin Roberts

    Think the Bulls can do it? I sure do.

    Check out my article to find out why:



  • Leroy Watson Jr. posted 3761 days ago

    Leroy Watson Jr.

    Hi Jonathan! How are you?

    I’m finally back, after almost a week off. I returned with the second part of my “Forgotten Stories of Courage” series:

    I also published a golf piece a few hours ago that you might enjoy:

    Please stop by and give this pieces a look. Let me know what you think afterward. Thanks so much for reading!