Hello chaps. I joined HugPages 8 months ago. I started writing down a few thoughts on sports topics. I had written 12 Hubs before I drifted off into my busy world and I recently published my first hub in almost 8 months. I would like some constructive criticism on my two best and newest hubs. Before I published these two I realized mine were very short without much depth. I decided to change my style and I have gotten good comments about them since. Profile: http://hubpages.com/profile/zatchj62
The two I would like all of you to read and get back to me on are "NFL Preview-Week 2" and "Aaron Rodgers, Charles Woodson...and the Offseason". You may read the others if you like but I'm not fond of those so I could care less about comments, no offense.
Almost completely off on this Hub but I enjoyed writing and reading it:
I read your week two preview. It seems fine to me. The writing is fine, although I think you could get rid of the places where you seem to making excuses for why you are only picking four teams. I think it weakens your credibility to apologize for that, where just giving your four picks would be one of those "it is what it is" without the explanations. It's not a big deal, but if you are the football authority, do what you want. Why make excuses?
A few pics would be nice too, but I'm not sure that's possible with NFL copyright etc.
Done and done my friend. Any more people wanna give some input?
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