I drafted Jared Goff on my fantasy team this year. I got him in the later rounds, he was the third quarterback I drafted. He had a breakout statistical season last year, at least by his standards. After a promising Continue reading Jared Goff Finally Finds a Home
That’s a little more like it. Last week wasn’t the easiest week to pick games but there was some low-hanging fruit you could have taken advantage of. Look no further for proof of that fruit than Kevin, J-Dub and I Continue reading Week 3 College and NFL Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs The Wife Hates Sports vs Doctor Milhouse
Do you know how difficult it is to trade one quarterback for another? The NFL is altogether different from other sports. In Major League Baseball, we see trades all the time. For major players too. All-star pitchers switch teams with Continue reading A tale of two Matts
As you all know, Dr. Milhouse and I have a gambling problem… although as any seasoned gambler will tell you, it’s not the gambling that’s the problem, it’s the losing. Fortunately, we didn’t do too much of that this weekend. Continue reading Spotty Coverage, 66-Yard Field Goals, Missed Four-Teamers and My New Favorite Underdog: In Other Words, Just Another Weekend of Glorious Football
Sometimes the best books you read are the ones you least expect to be fantastic. Sometimes the best sports autobiographies are written by athletes you’ve never even heard of. My latest homework assignment was to read and review “The Point Continue reading Book Review: The Point After by Sean Conley
I’m going to channel my inner commander-in-chief for a moment and rant about all things wrong with the NFL. (Currently adjusting combover, spraying on fake orange tan). Okay, I’m ready. One of my beefs has to do with coaching (or Continue reading Three things that pissed me off about the NFL last weekend (and no, the kneeling wasn’t one of them)
“There’s more to life than just a little money. Don’t you know that?” -Frances McDormand as Marge Gunderson in Fargo Barry Sanders retired from football at the ripe, old age of 31. When he rather surprisingly announced he was leaving Continue reading Priorities > Paychecks: The Last Stand of Adam LaRoche
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 Stick a fork in ‘em Sunday
I was driving around town the other afternoon listening to sports talk radio when I heard a random caller complain about how the NFL had it in for Detroit. The reasoning behind this man’s argument was that, in consecutive weeks, Continue reading How stupid are the Detroit Lions? Apparently not as stupid as the NFL.
Another regular NFL season has regrettably come to a close, bringing us plenty of surprises that nobody saw coming back in September.