Week Eight: Totally missed it

We were very lucky this week with Hurricane Sandy. Based on all reports, the hurricane actually hit land 1-2 miles from our office, yet other than losing power for 1-2 days, nothing serious happened. The week was pretty tough still, since our entire full time staff (other than me) was displaced from their homes and just now (Thursday evening) were able to enter Brigantine, NJ, where they live.

While we really didn’t miss a beat with all the disruptions, a few things had to go this week, one of them being the “Just Missed it” stuff and Hansen on Strategy. I had started that and I was going to give a pretty comprehensive overview of all 32 teams and what to expect for the rest of the season, but the lost time this week made that impossible. But I will roll that out next week.

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