Diagnosing how a phenomenon gets hot, goes bad, and comes back might involve changing things up.
The players most likely in 2009 to suck away some little bit of hope for their respective teams.
The men from the 2008 season who did the dirty deed and left their team’s aspirations in history’s ditch.
It’s accepted wisdom that the beatings of backstoppery impact player performance, but by how much?
Can finding the guys who can pick it help pick your team up?