We’ve all been there. We’ve all had partners in our past where, over time, the relationship ran its course due to arguing, bickering and the inability to see eye to eye.
In the midst of a season-threatening lockout, the NFL Network recently compiled its list of the league’s best 100 players, as voted on by the players. It’s a dastardly and devious attempt to take our minds off the lockout, while Continue reading The NFL Network announces its best of the best: The top 100 players of 2011
Charlie Sheen talks sports… sort of Continue reading Charlie Sheenisms and their equivalent in the world of sports
Here is part 1 (AFC) of my two part NFL preview. I debated picking projected records, grading off seasons or just delivering instructions on how to knit a Bill Belichick Patriots cut off sweatshirt (to be used as bonfire kindling Continue reading NFL Preview: Part 1 (AFC)
Turkey, family and five days full of football.Now THAT’S something to be thankful for (And sure; a steal on a big screen TV!)!
With college football’s home stretch slowly coming into view, this Saturday offers fans another batch of important games that will lead us closer to clarity.
What have we learned in the first four weeks of this NFL season other than we’re damn glad football is finally back? We know there are a number of quality teams that are playing some really good football. Then Continue reading The good, the bad and the fugly: An NFL quarterly
First and foremost, I’d like to thank all those who helped spread the Sportschump.net gospel by handing out bookmarks at Thursday’s Buccaneers-Dolphins game. You know who you are. We welcome all new visitors to the site and encourage you Continue reading Weekly SportsChumpdate featuring Lou Holtz, Brandon Marshall, Raheem Morris, Matt Barkley, Frank Sinatra and Do-overs