“Torn between two lovers, feeling like a fool” -Mary MacGregor By virtue of finishing dead last in the league in 2014, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold the rights to the top pick in the upcoming NFL draft. What to do, Continue reading Decisions, decisions: #1s versus #2s over the years
I love me some Marshawn Lynch. Why? Because he’s all about that business. Do you guys remember last Super Bowl? Why wouldn’t you? It wasn’t all that long ago. The two weeks preceding the biggest sporting event of the year Continue reading They said what? Volume 9: AJ McCarron, Nick Saban and why Marshawn Lynch is my favorite athlete
Since we last checked in to our first annual Over/Under contest, six more teams have hit their number, making it ten teams to officially do so with only four weeks remaining.
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There sure has been a lot of talk about quarterbacks these days. In Minnesota, Donovan McNabb is out, Christian Ponder is in. In Washington, Rex Grossman is out, John Beck is in. In Oakland, Jason Campbell is hurt, Carson Palmer Continue reading Understanding our obsession with quarterbacks
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
Tired of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Donovan McNabb? Me too. Continue reading Busting out the STFU Meter for Donovan McNabb and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
SportsChump interviews some of the best unknown sports writers on the internet Continue reading Blogosphere Q&A: SportsChump and Dubsism talk Super Bowl XLV, daytime television, Betty White and Philadelphia sports
Divergent paths to redemption: Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers Continue reading Super Bowl XLV offers Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger shots at redemption
Nobody said being an NFL head coach was easy. This past Sunday, however, was a rough one for five gentlemen in particular, who continue to find fresh and exciting ways to lose football games.