I’ve been beaten so bad this football season, I ran out and called my mommy. You think I’m joking. I hereby concede that Kevin Paul is considerably luckier, er…. what I meant to say was, better at picking NFL games Continue reading Week Seventeen Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs KP vs. Moms?
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
Guess what, gang. I’m going to football school. It’s a special kind of football school too. It’s more of a camp, really, for people who know very little about the sport but who are willing to learn. At this Football Continue reading NFL Week Six Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Big Papa
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
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?
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.
I read somewhere that Dennis Rodman is putting out a children’s book. More power to him.
Aside from being possibly the cutest thing you’ve ever seen on the internet, it occurred to me that the following video serves as the perfect metaphor for sports today.
Meet Albert Pujols, new master of the understatement.