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’m going to channel my inner commander-in-chief for a moment and rant about all things wrong with the NFL. (Currently adjusting combover, spraying on fake orange tan). Okay, I’m ready. One of my beefs has to do with coaching (or Continue reading Three things that pissed me off about the NFL last weekend (and no, the kneeling wasn’t one of them)
This is a down year for the NFL. Do you know how I know that? It’s not because all the networks which air their product claim ratings are down over 10% from last year. That could be just random disinterest Continue reading National Football Beleaguered
Ryan Lochte is home and safe from his now swimmingly, infamous excursions in Rio de Janeiro. Sure he lost half his endorsers (worth about a million or so in change) for lying about his buddies taking a gas station men’s Continue reading And you thought Ryan Lochte had a bad week…
Football lifer Charlie Weis was fired by the University of Kansas this weekend after starting off his career in Lawrence with six wins and twenty-two losses. Not that Kansas is an easy place to win football games but that’s clearly Continue reading Twitter has field day with Charlie Weis firing
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.
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.
“We live in a cynical world, filled with tough competitors.” – Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire
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
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.