The 2013/2014 is officially in the books and the Seattle Seahawks take home the big prize. I certainly didn't expect a blowout, but it wasn't all that surprising either.
Harvin provided huge plays, the defense did what it did all year, and the offense took advantage of the mismatches. I doubt that Seattle will be as healthy next post-season, but they have all the pieces to contend for the foreseeable future.
It was great to end the year on a high note going 7-3-1 ATS in the playoffs (20-7-2 over the final 9 weeks). I was on the wrong side of too many close decisions during the regular season, but it was still a 4th straight profitable year overall.
I'd like to give a big thanks to those who donated to the tip jar, or opened an account through one of my affiliate links. I write this blog primarily as a hobby, so I really appreciate it anytime someone gives back.
In the meantime, I'll be continuing over on my NHL blog for the remainder of the season. Advanced stats have finally progressed to the point where it can be applied to hockey, and the results have been incredible so far.
If that sport isn't for you, I'll see you again in the summer when the NFL picks back up in July.
Enjoy the offseason!