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Len Damico


Claymont, DE (via Ridley Park, PA)

MEMBER SINCE   July 24, 2016

Founder and former editor/contributor/design and tech lead.


  • NHL TEAM: Philadelphia Flyers
  • MLB TEAM: Philadelphia Phillies

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Oct 2019

Still, [a potential bowl matchup with Georgia] would be a high-profile game against a well-coached team.

a well-coached team

Do we need to do a Georgia Mess Boards to clear this one up?

Comment 31 Mar 2018

Oh, believe me, I've had plenty of "the Heisman is trash" takes, especially this year! (Love u, Saquon)

The Heisman does a spotty job (at best) of determining the most outstanding player in college football in a given year. But, the Heisman does a pretty good job of identifying the best dozen or so college football players, and separating them from the "average" player. 

It's fine to say "just because a dude won the Heisman doesn't mean he's the best player in college ball." But it's beyond lubricous to say "a guy who won the Heisman is an average college football player." 

Comment 30 Mar 2018

Tebow was a fan favorite (most of whom flatly refused to acknowledge that he was an average college player) who was simply along for the ride in Gainesville.

Tim Tebow won the Heisman as a sophomore, was a finalist as a junior and senior, and was voted "Collegiate Player of the Decade" by SI. To suggest he was "an average college player" is ludicrous, but consistent with your "actually, really really good quarterbacks are bad" line of commenting.

Comment 15 Mar 2018

Lemme get Trace ($3), Saquon ($4), Godwin ($1), Cortney Brown ($3), Lavar ($2), Marcus Allen ($1) and you can put the last dollar towards some 2018-19 Natty Champ merchandise.

All kidding aside, Lavar Arrington at $2 destroys the integrity of this whole exercise. 

Comment 24 Sep 2017

I don't actually believe in the concept of "clutch" all that much, but:

On the final drive, the player manning the QB position got the ball back with 102 seconds left, down 4. He marched his team 65 yards and was 6-11 for 53 yards and threw in a 12-yard rush for good measure. Did you see that dime on 4th and goal from the 7 with zeros on the clock? Like, did you see it? 

Comment 14 Sep 2017

The skillsets are similar, but slightly different, imo. Obviously you want a fast guy back there, no matter what. The primary difference, in my mind: on kickoffs,  you're looking for vision (being able to pick your lane), whereas on punts, you're looking for shiftiness (the ability to make the first guy miss).