Is the NFL ready to name Michael Vick its MVP?

It’s funny how things change over time, how things we never thought would happen turn out to be true. Two years ago, who would have thought an ostracized, dog-murdering Michael Vick could return to the NFL to become the league’s Continue reading

Twelve helpful hints for Erik Spoelstra

With the Miami Heat’s slow(ish) start, Erik Spoelstra has been getting a lot of flack lately.  Is he the right man for the job?  Does he have the respect of his players?  Why isn’t this team living up to expectations?  Continue reading

Hail or Rail Scale, Part II: LeRon McClain, Erik Spoelstra, Antonio Margarito, Cecil Newton, Lakers, Jazz, Steve Spurrier and Kevin Love

Last week’s Hail or Rail Scale was such a smash hit, I did my best to expedite the next episode.  Never let it be said I don’t have my readers’ best interests at heart. As you may recall, Randy Moss Continue reading

Weekly Caption Contest pokes fun at Miami Heat and the Big Three

The highly anticipated Miami Heat experiment is off to a disappointing 6-4 start.  While only a disillusioned few could have expected a perfect season, ten games in, Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra have found flaws that certain teams (Utah, New Continue reading

Predicting the future in sports? No thanks.

I had an interesting thought the other day. There’s a scene from one of the Back to the Future movies where Christopher Lloyd travels back in time with a list of the next World Series winners.  (I wonder if he Continue reading

Introducing the Hail or Rail Scale: Cam Newton, Boise State, Brad Childress, Randy Moss, Rajon Rondo, Blake Griffin, Zenyatta and the Giants

SportsChump would like to introduce a new, interactive feature called the Hail or Rail Scale (name subject to change based upon better suggestions from readers).  It’ll be a weekly, or monthly, or every-so-oftenly barometer where we quantify how much we Continue reading

Clue-less: A tale of five NFL coaches

Nobody said being an NFL head coach was easy.  This past Sunday, however, was a rough one for five gentlemen in particular, who continue to find fresh and exciting ways to lose football games.