Let me preface this post by saying it’s about fantasy football, my team, the Midnight Meat Train, so if that’s not your thing feel free to move on. However, if you are a fantasy football geek from fledgling to familiar, Continue reading The most impossible, unlikely and inconceivable way to back into one’s fantasy football playoffs
If you’re a seasoned gambler, you can probably move along at this point. Nothing to see here. But in our never-ending quest to explain the basics of sports gambling to those who have no clue, and perhaps even make you Continue reading Explaining, losing to, and finally beating… the hook
It was an extraordinarily, beautiful Sunday afternoon in Tampa, Florida. Days like these are the reason so many people pay us a visit. Sun shining, the sky a beautiful bright blue and just enough of a September breeze to make Continue reading World, Meet Danny Dimes
When sports commentary blowhards (present company excluded, of course) play the reactionary, “biggest or best ever” card, they’re generally doing so strictly for ratings. This week when you hear them talk about a little school in Maryland, however, they might Continue reading Upset!
As to be expected, the New York Giants visited Raymond James Stadium this Sunday and covered the three-point spread against the hometown Buccaneers. Shortly thereafter, the G-Men traveled home with a much-needed victory and almost all of their fingers intact. Continue reading JPP’s return points Giants in right direction… and other horrifically, tasteless jokes at a half a hand’s expense
I don’t know about you guys but last week, I was ready for a tirade. I’m not talking about a Jim McElwain kind of blowup where you yell at your player until your hair shakes, face turns red and a Continue reading Just when we thought we’d had enough Lovie Dovey
I’m 46. On Monday, I’ll be 47. As any of you that are around that age have probably come to understand, at this point in my life, most of my movements are deliberate. There’s a good reason for this. My Continue reading There’s no such thing as a freak accident
I engaged myself in conversation with a father and son the other day. At least I believed them to be father and son. The younger gentleman bore a striking resemblance to the older fellow sitting to his right but I Continue reading Father-son conversations and one Giant catch heard ‘round the world
Another regular NFL season has regrettably come to a close, bringing us plenty of surprises that nobody saw coming back in September.
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