Leaf vs. Manning - only time will tell who will have had the better career.
Indianapolis, IN—With the remainder of his career in question as he recovers from two neck surgeries in 2011, many National Football League pundits would argue that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is already a Hall of Fame-worthy player, and far superior to the other quarterback drafted high in the 1998 NFL draft, Ryan Leaf. Many, but not all pundits.
There is still one historian who said last week that it’s not prudent to make the call yet that Manning is better than Leaf, that history will have to decide that once both men have hung up their helmets, and not before. Continue reading →
The Daily Quarterly invested millions of dollars into its own Beagle Pilot Feasibility Study and confirmed the results: It is unlikely that a beagle would be able to pilot a WW I aircraft.
Providence, RI—In his new book, Brown University history professor and World War I historian Dr. Gregg Guidi exposes the truth behind the longstanding story made popular in both the funny pages and in song about Snoopy fighting the German fighter pilot known as the Red Baron.
Guidi said he’s spent his entire career searching war documents, army archives and newspaper accounts and has finally finished his 2,871 page book putting to bed the “disturbingly historically inaccurate” myth that the beloved “Peanuts” star took on the Red Baron during World War I. Continue reading →