Posts Tagged With: Duron Harmon

Super Bowl LIII: This is why The Corner Office exists

Stephon Gilmore, Devin McCourty

At some point during the 2018-19 NFL postseason, I decided — again — that I was done with The Corner Office.

Between my full-time job, freelance writing gigs that actually pay, and having a life away from the computer, managing a website that is essentially a hobby is tough to do. More than once since I launched The Corner Office back in 2014, I had come to a decision to put it down and discontinue the whole operation. But eventually, something would compel me to pick it back up.

This season followed that familiar script. It began with my renewed commitment to producing content, but sometime in October, I fell behind on updating the site. Continue reading

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Super Bowl 51: A look at the secondaries

L-R: Harmon, McCourty, Ryan

L-R: Harmon, McCourty, Ryan

The media coverage leading up to Super Bowl LI (a.k.a. Super Bowl 51 for the Roman-numerically-challenged) between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons has mirrored the media coverage leading up to last month’s college football national championship game between Alabama and Clemson.

Legacy has been a popular angle.

Going into the NCAA title game, the biggest question surrounding Alabama head coach Nick Saban was not if he could lead the Crimson Tide to the program’s 17th national title. It was more like, when Saban did it, would he then be considered the greatest college coach of all-time? Would he be considered better than ‘Bama legend Paul “Bear” Bryant? Continue reading

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