Johnny Kinsley ranks the 2018's NFL division leaders from best to worst at the halfway point of the season.
Johnny Kinsley predicts the 2018 AFC North, and why the Steelers, while still good, may have missed their Super Bowl window.
Jonathan Kinsley gives his favorite games form week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.
Brick Wall Blitz owner Jonathan Kinsley explains why the Steelers' Le'Veon Bell is the best running back in the league over guys like Ezekiel Elliot and David Johnson.
It’s that time of year again, where the NFL Playoff race gets tighter and tighter. Naturally, we’ve got some really good matchups/crucial playoff deciding matchups, and the margin for error is extremely slim. That is where Crunchtime Matchups comes in. With 3 weeks left, I shall write out the most important, vital, and exciting playoff … Continue reading NFL Crunchtime Matchups: Week 15, 2015
I just found out how to use WordPress' excerpt option. Yay. Here's the Week 13 primetime previews as aforementioned.
The Texans lost on Thursday despite Matt Hasselbeck being 40 (props to him on playing the entire game through a bacterial infection). Not to worry, as Bill O’Brien thinks switching Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer on a constant will solve everything. But on a note that actually works, here’s the week 5 primetime previews. Last … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week Five, 2015
Another week, another QB injury. Godspeed, Ben Roethlisberger. Anyways, there’s not much else to say. Here’s the best from Week 3, including Best QB/RB/WR/TE/Defender/Kicker/Upset/Team. Best QB No surprise here. The future Hall of Fame QB has started off the 2015 season with a bang, especially doing such against the Jaguars. Tom Brady’s throws have … Continue reading NFL Week 3 Awards (Brick Wall Blitz Edition)
I'm sure you've all heard it by now. The Kansas City Chiefs have not had a wide receiver touchdown in the regular season in quite some time, starting Week 15 of 2013, and going to the present day. It's a streak that keeps increasing and increasing. Now, you're probably wondering; are we able to figure … Continue reading Just How Amazing Is The Kansas City Chiefs’ Wide Receiver Touchdown Drought?
Between Tony Romo getting injured, Drew Brees potentially missing games, and a laundry list of other players that fit said criteria, Week 2 of 2015 felt like the sequel to the Body Bag Game. Still, Week 2 felt like less of a mess than its predecessor. We saw higher quality performances from the offense, as … Continue reading 2015 NFL Week 2 Awards (Brick Wall Blitz Edition)