Apparently there is only a single postage stamp size photo of Ed Sherman on the internet. (At least that’s all this illustrator could find.)
In this week’s TDQ Q&A, we talk to sportswriter Ed Sherman. Ed talks to us about his time covering sports in Chicago, his website, The Sherman Report
and how he continually re-lives the 1997 Masters tournament. Here is this week’s TDQ Q&A with sportswriter Ed Sherman:
The Daily Quarterly: How did you hear about thedailyquarterly.com?
Ed Sherman: From somebody named Brian. Do you know him?
TDQ: How excited were you that The Daily Quarterly asked you for an interview?
Sherman: Shocked is a better word. Must be a slow day.
TDQ: Would you say writing on The Daily Quarterly is peerless or superlative?
Sherman: Shocked is a better word.
Don't make Dan Marino angry about his legacy. You wouldn't like him angry about his legacy.
Miami—With the announcement yesterday that idiot Indianapolis Colts owner Jim “follow me on Twitter” Irsay was releasing the best thing that ever happened to Indianapolis, Peyton Manning, speculation started as to where the future Hall of Famer will play out the remainder of his career, with the Dolphins as the odds-on favorite.
But not everyone was thrilled that Manning might bring his talents to South Beach. Former Dolphin great and actual current Hall of Famer Dan “Laces Out” Marino told reporters he would do everything in his power to prevent Manning from joining the Dolphins.
“Look, don’t push me on this,” Marino said. “Do you know who I am? I’m a legend, a legend, in Miami. I am without question the greatest quarterback ever to take a snap in a Dolphin uniform, and that will change over my dead body. Did you write that down?” Continue reading
Leaf vs. Manning - only time will tell who will have had the better career.
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
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.