We live amidst a changing game. As the memories of Super Bowl LVI fade into the mist, as most of us talk about the halftime show and the game’s final two minutes being the only thing worth watching, I am Continue reading Goodbye, Running Backs aka why Emmitt Smith’s all-time rushing record may never be broken
There we sat the lot of us on a rainy Sunday evening with yet another tropical storm headed our way. It was a portent of things to come. Some of us in Bucs jerseys, several others in Saints gear and Continue reading Bucs Bamboozled… but at least the food was good
We live in an odd time, where racial tension is as high – and high profile – as it has been in my lifetime. That’s over a half century, folks. File the latest Drew Brees soundbite into the annals of Continue reading Quarterbacks say the darnedest things: The Drew Brees edition
If we had a crystal ball to tell us what’s going to happen this NFL season, we’d all be millionaires. Unfortunately, Lady Cleo and Dionne Warwick have cornered the market on clairvoyance so you and I are going to have Continue reading Ten pressing questions for the 2015 NFL season
Baby steps. Just like the grey, sweat-suited, headband wearing Rocky Balboa descended from his front porch to sprint through the streets and triumphantly climb the steps of Philadelphia’s Art Museum, I too raise my hands in victory. Of course, Balboa Continue reading NFL Week Nine Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Ronbets
Oh how a simple flip of the bat can ruffle some feathers. On a recent road trip to Tampa Bay, the Boston Red Sox took on a three-game set against their division rivals, the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays took Continue reading They said what, Volume Six: Chris Archer, Adolpho Birch, Stephen A. Smith, Drew Brees, Shelley Meyer and Derrick Rose
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.
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.
Here at SportsChump, we like to play a game called Wheel of Dunces: Commissioners’ Edition. With the bone-headed moves our sports commissioners bless us with on a regular basis, we could actually play this game more often but who has Continue reading Wheel…. of… Dunces!!!
The controversial ending to Monday night’s Packers-Seahawks contest got me thinking, as it did most football fans, but not about how replacement officials have negatively affected this NFL season. It’s safe to say we can all agree the return of Continue reading Botched calls not the only problem with the NFL these days