I’m going to go ahead and rag on Carson Palmer because after the Sunday he had, it’s easy pickins’. Plus I had money on the Cardinals so I plan on getting my money’s worth. With millions of Americans having just Continue reading →
Twitter has a tendency to kick a man while he’s down. They had no better opportunity to do so than Sunday afternoon when the Seattle Seahawks traveled to Carolina but forgot to get off the plane. The third of the Continue reading →
Boys will be boys. And Jets will most certainly be Jets. Jets fans aren’t used to losing hope ‘til midway through the season. As least this year, they can get through their suffering early. In the wake of Cam Newton Continue reading →
A fellow troublemaker, Ryan Meehan of First Order Historians, recently asked me to submit my Week 15 NFL picks for his website, which means there are either 14 other bloggers he likes better than me or he’s saving the best Continue reading →
A buddy and I were recently discussing past Heisman Trophy winners. After all, it is that time of year. As we all know, bringing home the most coveted, individual award in college athletics doesn’t necessarily guarantee success in the NFL.
Everyone knows a Buckeye. They’re hard to miss. Their scarlet and grey jerseys, their love for all things Columbus and their unwavering pride for their football program. Well, these days, their pride is wavering.
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 →
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 →