This Week In Football Writing: October 12, 2015

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Should Cities Pay For Sports Facilities?

Adam M. Zaretsky definitively answers this question – no, cities should not. But don’t judge this book by its cover – the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis isn’t in the habit of waste, and this fabulously detailed study should be read by all.


The Hard News

Jenny Vrentas of MMQB tells the heart wrenching story of ESPN reporter Ed Werder, whose family has been beset by illness and suffering.


Why Greg Hardy’s Return To The NFL Is A Problem

Katie Nolan of FOX Sports with a scathing video on the Hardy problem, something we’ve covered in the past.


The Q5.com: Football Statistics As You’ve Never Seen Them

Andy Guyader and his Game Maps. Warning: You will spend hours on this site if you click that link.


The Patriots’ White Whale: Praise From Belichick

Kevin Clark explores the never-ending search for compliments in  New England.


Josh Doctson’s Long Road To Stardom

David Ubben of Sports on Earth chronicles the rise of TCU wide receiver Josh Doctson, a probable first round pick in next year’s NFL Draft.


Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State DE Scouting Report

Lance N. Poirrer of Fansided with a scouting report on the defensive end who had another impressive performance against Rutgers over the weekend.


NFL Draft Prospect Review: Offensive Tackles

Ryan Dukarm of Draft Breakdown has an early look at the best offensive tackles in the next class of NFL Draft prospects.

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