Alright, I’m going to take a shot at ruffling a few feathers. Here goes nothing. I’ve read a lot lately about Colin Kaepernick. In case for some bizarre reason you still don’t know who Colin Kaepernick is, he’s the former Continue reading The race. To not sign Colin Kaepernick
My car’s thermostat read 40 degrees Fahrenheit as I drove home from work the other night. Can I get a Brrrrr!!!! from the congregation… or just raise your hand, assuming it’s not frozen stuck to your keyboard. I live in Continue reading Week Twelve Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Ken Fang
There’s an expression I’ve learned over my many years of living in the South. It goes a little something like this. When referring to someone’s usefulness, or lack thereof, it’s not uncommon to hear a true Southerner say “That boy Continue reading Week Ten Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Doctor Milhouse
As rabid, unapologetic American sports fans, every Sunday during football season we huddle around or television sets, congregate at our local watering holes or if we have the funds, attend games with family and friends, eagerly anticipating what the next Continue reading Book Review: Low Collision Crossers by Nicholas Dawidoff
The other night in Houston, one man put his face in the butt of another and didn’t even have the decency to do it in the privacy of his own home. This time around, there were 25,000 fans there to Continue reading A Jonathan Villar-Brandon Phillips inspired caption contest
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.
There’s a time in everybody’s childhood when a parent or a teacher asks you “What do you want to be when you grow up?” NY Jets QB Mark Sanchez was asked the same question by NY Daily News reporter Manish Continue reading Sanchez Said What?
So Randy Moss thinks he’s the best wide receiver ever to play in the NFL.
I’m no NFL general manager. Heck, I don’t even play fantasy football. But one thing I can say with absolute certainty is that Michael Vick to the New York Jets is a very bad idea.
Matt Barkley. Mark Sanchez. John David Booty. Matt Leinart. Carson Palmer. Over the past fifteen years, these are the names of the gentlemen that we, as college football fans, have been led to believe are the second coming of the Continue reading The myth of the USC quarterback