Articles tagged "Mick Warshaw"
Natural Spirit Of Combat: Football Violence Healthy, Vital To American Character
Once upon a time the NFL embraced its identity as a combat sport, a way for iron to sharpen iron and for the nation to distinguish. Somewhere along the line it has lost that sense of identity and purpose, and that is a problem for society.
The 1980s Chicago Bears And The Greatest Pass Rush In NFL History
The 1985 Bears are rightly regarded as one of the best single-season teams in NFL history. But for nearly an entire decade, Mike Ditka and Buddy Ryan's Chicago Bears fielded the most fearsome and productive pass rush in NFL history.
Hail To The 1991 Washington Redskins: Best Team Of The Super Bowl Era?
A lot of teams leap to mind when the discussion turns to the greatest team of the Super Bowl Era. The 1991 Redskins are rarely one of them. They should be. Mick Warshaw looks at the statistical firepower of the greatest team everybody forgot.
Quarterback Attack: The Impact Of Sacks On NFL Games
New contributor Mick Warshaw has been digging into the impact of sacks and will chronicle these game-changing defensive plays throughout the course of the season. Denver led the NFL with a +31 sack differential in 2012 while teams that won the sack battle have won 69.1% of games since 2010.