I hope you all are ready for another one of those I’m-an-old-fart-comma-technology-has-totally-passed-me-by type of posts… because here it comes. When I was in college (way) back in the day, my old roommate and I used to steal cable. Cox Communications Continue reading A different way to watch the fight: A sign o’ the times
Few people in the NFL are having as terrible a time as Paxton Lynch. The 23-year-old was supposed to be the future of the Broncos. But now it looks like he has lost the Quarterback contest to Trevor Siemian. The Continue reading Paxton Lynch Loses QB Battle to Trevor Siemian
It finally went down. Months after the NBA season ended, in the aftermath of Cleveland losing to Golden State, rumors had surfaced that Cavaliers’ superstars Kyrie Irving and LeBron James could not coexist. Kyrie wanted out. He had gone to Continue reading Who got the better or the Kyrie-Isaiah trade? You be the judge!
There’s a conservative joke that goes as follows. What do you have when you have two liberals talking about sports? Two too many liberals. Okay, so there’s no such joke but there probably should be. As you all know, SportsChump Continue reading Talkin’ Yawkey and the Race to Erase Racism
Rarely do I defend Commissioner Roger Goodell – he’s hardly the defendable one – but for one brief moment, can we cut this guy some slack? For the first time in a long time, the Commish finally got something right. Continue reading NFL Commissioner puts round peg in round hole: The Ezekiel Elliott No-Brainer edition
Does anyone remember Jen Welter? She was a big deal two years ago after she acquired an NFL Coaching position, the first woman to do so. Katie Sowers is about to take what Jen Welter did a little further. And Continue reading Katie Sowers: The Second Full-Time Female Coaching Assistant in NFL History
I have an oddball group of friends who love to talk to me about sports. This one friend, for example, swears Jameis Winston is primed and ready to throw for 5,000 yards this season. We even bet a dinner on Continue reading Your no-frills, glass half empty, glass half full, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2017-18 season preview
NFL preseason games have never been popular, and it doesn’t seem as though things are about to change any time soon. Thursday’s preseason game at the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, was however an exception to the norm. The Continue reading Are NFL Preseason Games Really Worth It?
It’s that time of the year again, my friends. Contest time. Football time. Our little over/under contest is now seven years old. How about them apples? We’ve gone from diapers and floaties to swimming in the deep end. Our previous Continue reading SportsChump’s 7th Annual NFL Over/Under Contest
I saw Foreigner in concert Wednesday night. For lack of a better term, the show was eh… and that’s putting it politely. Book suppliers send me books to read and review. If they’re good, and I make it through them, Continue reading Rock concert foreign concept to Foreigner