October 27, 2010
I found this online on: http://internalmedicinedoctor.blogspot.com/
I thought it was funny and definitely depicts the medical world as we know it today at teaching hospitals.More...
October 21, 2010
A 50 year old patient comes in complaining of chest pain. You are worried about a heart attack. You get the following EKG:
What does this patient have? And is it something to worry about?
October 14, 2010
They should just cancel the NFC this year and have all 12 playoff teams come from the AFC. I can't think of one NFC team that is better than the 5th or 6th best AFC team. Whoever wins the AFC will win the Super Bowl this year! We gotta get it back. New Orleans was an aberration.
The strongest teams in the NFL now are the Jets, Ravens, Colts, Patriots, Titans, Steelers, Chiefs, Chargers, and then I would include New Orleans, Green Bay, Atlanta and maybe Vikings and Chicago. It's gonna be a long season. I don't think I have ever seen this much parity in the NFL. It seems like there are going to be a lot of 9 and 10 win teams in the playoffs this year. In fact, out in the NFC west, the first to 5 wins may make it.More...
October 6, 2010
Have we ever had so many 2-2 teams? I think it's amazing that we only have one undefeated team. What's even more amazing is that it's the Chiefs. Last year we had so many undefeated teams still in week 4, this year is a different animal. Heck, Minnesota, Indy, and New Orleans, NY and NE have all lost. All were playoff teams. Indy is 2-2. I certainly thought they were better than that. I guess not.More...
October 1, 2010
What a weird week. I don't think anyone would have guessed that the Steelers, Chiefs, and Bears would be undefeated and that the Colts and Saints would already have a loss. Are the Chiefs, Bears, and Steelers playoff bound? I don't know. In the case of the Steelers and Bears, maybe. But probably not the Chiefs. I think it's funny that the Chiefs are recreating Boston in the midwest with Charlie Weiss and Romeo Crennel.More...
October 1, 2010
Why do some teams go for it on fourth down more than others? Should more teams be going for it on fourth down?
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have undergone some serious criticism and scrutiny in recent weeks for their decision to go for it on fourth down against the Colts (and other games). Is this warranted?