Why Mother Nature will (or at least should) reintroduce talks of an 18-game NFL season

This is how my week has gone so far.  I guess I shouldn’t complain but I’m going to anyway. Sunday night, with Texas A&M holding a seemingly insurmountable, 34-point lead with four minutes left to play in the third quarter, Continue reading

SportsChump sends correspondent to Houston to cover Super Bowl LI!!!

Okay, so he went on his own dime but that’s beside the point. Long time SportsChump readers are quite familiar with the Don Calvino. If you’re a newbie to the website, you can catch up on our antics HERE, HERE Continue reading

Stick a fork in ‘em Sunday

We’re going to start a new feature here at SportsChump where we celebrate the ugly by sticking the proverbial fork in it.  And in this year’s NFL, there is plenty of ugly to go around. Even though it’s only Week Continue reading

Twitter eases the pain of another sordid Sunday

Ah yes, the frustration of the Sunday afternoon for those of us who root for NFL teams that are, shall we say, lacking.  I’m becoming convinced the reason so many of us play fantasy football is because the real-life teams Continue reading

The five worst fan bases in the NFL according to the six worst sports bloggers on the internet

So I get this email from a friend, you know the one, Dr. Everything will be alright. He proposes a collaboration between me and some of his other cyber-dwelling hoodlums. In said email, he asks us to list simply “the Continue reading

Richie Incognito trashes his Ferrari, then gets trashed on Twitter

When news of the big, bad, bully-cognito first surfaced months ago, I tried to give former Dolphins (extremely) offensive guard Richie Incognito the benefit of the doubt.  When I heard of the verbal tiffs and inflammatory texts exchanged between Incognito Continue reading

NFL athlete hazes/drops N-Bomb on voice mail, goes incognito. In other shocking news, racism and a misunderstanding of our differences still exists in America

Excuse me while I whip this out… I’m getting ϋber-tired of all this Richie Incognito talk.  Can we please just give it a rest… right after I’m done with my rant, of course?

Why Drew Brees holds the keys to Tampa Bay’s success in 2013

Darrelle Revis tore his ACL on September 23, 2012. Seven months later, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed him to a conditional yet lucrative, multi-year contract. 

SportsChump takes on the elderly in trivia: A mismatch for the ages

I hit the links last Thursday, solo and Sandy-free, not because I couldn’t find a playing partner, but because it’s hard to find a fellow hacker who keeps the same hours I do.