Back in October, Jon Gruden sunk his own pirate ship, titanically. An excavation of his ten-year old e-mails, within which he roasted everyone in the NFL using some pretty colorful language, left Gruden as cancel culture’s latest victim. Riding off Continue reading Jon Gruden/Urban Meyer Caption Contest: Win Fabulous Prizes
Years ago, on his weekly radio show, Jim Rome would begin his Mondays wondering whether he would get through the week without talking about someone in sports doing something asinine. This would range from the inane to the profane, from Continue reading Ranking the Racists: Jon Gruden
Last Sunday afternoon, in the NFC Championship Game, we saw two different coaches make two different decisions at crucial moments of the game. One coach’s more bold approach vaulted his team into the Super Bowl, the other’s, far more, timid Continue reading A tale of two coaches
In 2008, Tampa Bay hired a man named Barry Melrose to coach their beloved hockey team. That experiment lasted only 16 games. Fortunately, it wasn’t long afterwards that the organization found the man they wanted in Jon Cooper, who has Continue reading Bruce Arians hired, Tampa Bay skeptical
Coming up with a different theme to incorporate into my weekly football picks is tricky business. My prognosticating partners in crime already have theirs. KP chooses a different movie each week and manages to cleverly tie in his picks with Continue reading Week 11 NFL picks and lines: How the Mighty Have Fallen
For all you Buccaneers fans upset your team kept Dirk Koetter and lost out on the Jon Gruden sweepstakes, I’m here to talk you off the ledge and tell you why you’re better off without him. Go grab yourself a Continue reading NFL braces for Chucky’s return… and why Buccaneers’ fans should be okay with it
I went to last year’s Buccaneers Draft Party. After all, it was a big event. The lowly (for far too long) Tampa Bay Buccaneers had earned the dubious distinction of drafting first in 2015. I say dubious because the rights Continue reading Flogging Draft Night
What a bizarre few days this has been for football coaches, more so than normal even. If neck braces, nepotism, runway dismissals and billionaire babblings don’t scream made-for-television drama, I don’t know what does.
People eat. In America, we eat to excess. It’s our birthright.
A friend and I were driving around town last week listening to the local broadcast of the Outback Bowl. Even though I live in Tampa and he was just visiting, he and I determined that bowl game, which featured neither Continue reading Field goals count for three points and other important lessons in football