Twitter hits Geno Smith harder than Ilkemefuna Enemkpali

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

The Knicks are soooooo bad… (How bad are they?)

Let’s take a break from football for a brief moment to talk about some recent atrocities of the hardcourt. I’ve been so involved with work and the end of this football season lately that I have yet to watch an Continue reading

What to do, what to do: Roger Goodell contemplates changes in NFL conduct policy

If you haven’t heard the names Ray Rice or Adrian Peterson lately, you haven’t been paying much attention to your surroundings. The NFL in all its facets, from commissioner to owners to coaching staff to players, has come under tremendous Continue reading

Book Review: Low Collision Crossers by Nicholas Dawidoff

As rabid, unapologetic American sports fans, every Sunday during football season we huddle around or television sets, congregate at our local watering holes or if we have the funds, attend games with family and friends, eagerly anticipating what the next Continue reading

Chumpservations, Vol. 29: Tweets, death threats, fake penises, chicken mcnuggets and dookie chains

Remember the old joke about the guy who walks into the doctor’s office and says “Hey, Doc. It hurts when I do this,” only to have the doctor advise him to simply stop doing it?  Apparently, Darrelle Revis isn’t familiar Continue reading

A Jonathan Villar-Brandon Phillips inspired caption contest

The other night in Houston, one man put his face in the butt of another and didn’t even have the decency to do it in the privacy of his own home.  This time around, there were 25,000 fans there to Continue reading

Not so fast, my friend: The death knell for Josh Freeman stops momentarily in Week One, or so we think

Last Sunday afternoon, Geno Smith started his very first game as quarterback for the New York Jets.  On the Buccaneers’ side of the football, Josh Freeman started his 57th.

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. 

Darrelle Revis: Buyer Beware

These are interesting times in the Tampa Bay area.  Not only is our promising, young, baseball team about to embark on a quest for its first World Series title, our beloved Buccaneers are once again making noise in the free Continue reading