Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: Project Blue Peacock

You know what's scary these days? The New England Patriots. Actually, scratch that. They're always scary. You know what else is scary? Nukes. I feel like somehow we don't talk about that enough these days. Some people remember back when there were fallout drills and stuff in school. Today's kids

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: Anti-Tank Dogs

Oh, man's best friend. It's been tough waiting for the phone to ring some days... you never know when that next head coaching gig is going to come from. A positive attitude and tons of patience are two essential parts of the waiting process. You know who's patient? Dogs. Gotta

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: Animal Bombs

People talk about coaches' ability to control the locker room, and how it's an important one. Some people say I never did that so well. I call bullshit on them. You know what's hard to control? Animals. Football players are comparatively a walk in the park to work with, especially

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Great Panjandrum

Say what you will these days about unpredictability, but it's hard to keep opponents on their toes more and more. It takes real innovation to game plan things that haven't ever been thought of. That's why I have such respect for coaches of days gone by - the single wing,

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Sticky Grenade

When it comes to offensive playcalling, I don't like risk! That's why when it's windy outside, it's always better to elect to kick. In other news, I'm still waiting to get calls about open head coaching positions, but I'm certain that things are gonna happen soon for me! A positive

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Sizaire-Berwick Wind Wagon

You notice how the Super Bowl is basically never held in cold weather these days? Either they put it in a dome, or else it ends up somewhere in the South where they don't have to worry about cold weather. That's kind of a shame, if you ask me. I

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Cochran Revolver

Morning, all. Been sitting here thinking about risk and reward a lot; the pundits are all saying that we need to figure out how to incorporate big plays better into offences across the league. I guess there's something to that, but I'm still not sure if I'm entirely sold on

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Hiller Flying Platform

Morning, everyone! Apparently I've been fired by the Ravens. It came as a bit of a shock to me, not gonna lie; I was told it was because we wanted to get Lamar to conform to the offensive system a little bit further. As a staff, we were concerned about

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wacky Weapons: The Tančík

Everyone's talking about the quarterback revolution these days; it's certainly a different landscape than what I was used to with Charlie Batch and Joey Harrington back in the day with the Lions. Sure, they talk about Russell Wilson and Marcus Mariota and Baker Mayfield and guys like that, and I