A mixture of questionable decision making, inefficient attack, continuing 5th tackle woes and a sorely missing killer instinct saw the Bulldogs lose to the Tigers in Week 8. Here are my ups and downs: Continue reading
The Bulldogs (9-8) rebounded from their poor showing in a loss to the Broncos last week, beating the Eels (7-10) 28-4 at ANZ stadium. The Bulldogs were good, but not great. They still have much to improve on if their season will have much meaning beyond the regular season. Here are the ups and downs. (Photo credit: Bulldogs.com.au) Continue reading
In a contest preceded by an irrepressible sense of nostalgia, community and passion, the Bulldogs (8-7) triumphed over the star-less Storm (8-7) in what was an emphatic return to their spiritual home ground, Belmore Oval. Here are the ups and downs. (Photo: bulldogs.com.au) Continue reading
The Bulldogs (1-1) put together a much improved performance in week 2 against the Eels (1-1), beating them 32-12 in the annual Bandaged Bear cup. Here are the ups and downs. Continue reading
Finally, the 2015 NRL season is upon us. The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs take on the Penrith Panthers on Sunday afternoon at Penrith’s Pepper Stadium, opening the season with a 2014 Preliminary Final rematch. The Bulldogs ended the Panthers’ 2014 season in that game, and earned themselves a Grand Final berth in the process, something the Panthers have surely not forgotten.
Here’s what to watch for in the first meaningful Bulldogs action of 2015. (Kickoff: 4pm AEDT – Pepper Stadium, Penrith – TV coverage: Channel 9)
One of the best parts of following the NFL so fervently is the opportunity to experience world class cinematography capturing the emotional roller coaster many of our favourite sports present. NFL Films specialises in capturing the emotion of every key moment in a game, along with many moments traditional coverage misses. This is often showcased in a series known as ‘Inside the NFL’. Their work is truly second to none and offers and unparalleled level of insight.
So, here is the Super Bowl edition of the critically acclaimed ‘Inside the NFL’ segment. Their work watches like a dramatic movie or documentary, and this piece no exception.
With the Super Bowl now firmly in the rear-view mirror, I’d like to share my five favourite Patriots photos of what was potentially the greatest Super Bowl ever played. This post will also precede my very delayed, yet in depth, Super Bowl review. Seahawks fans, turn way. Patriots fans, enjoy. Continue reading