Remember that old 1950s ditty called “Accentuate the Positive?” Of course, you don’t and neither do I. The point is the second line of that song goes “eliminate the negative.” Not one of the three of us did that last Continue reading 2021 Week 2: The Wife Hates SportsChump Reunites with our old friend, J-Dub
“What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here?” Slim Pickens as Taggart in Blazing Saddles, 1974 It’s been a while since I’ve put some random thoughts down on paper. Between holidays, birthdays and deaths in the Continue reading Thoughts on a wild, wild few weeks of sports: Chumpservations revisited (Vol. 39)
Man, there are some bad football teams out there. Let’s kick a few while they’re down, shall we? Every season, it seems like there are the New England Patriots, some really good contenders and the rest who are just shuffling Continue reading Oh, the horror: Six NFL teams I can’t bear to watch
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose Jean Baptiste Alphone Karr, 1849 I’ve set down bad books before. I couldn’t get through them so I just chalked up the final, unturned pages to writing better left unread. I’m Continue reading Bucs embarrass, fans boo: Same old, same old in Tampa Bay.
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.
It’s officially time to review our 19 brave entries into SportsChump’s first ever NFL Over/Under contest. Not a bad turnout if I do say so myself.
“The market price of every particular commodity is regulated by the proportion between the quantity which is actually brought to market, and the demand of those who are willing to pay the natural price of the commodity” -Adam Smith, Wealth Continue reading Supply and demand in professional sports: The real meaning of worth
Not Haynes-worth it The least hard-working man in show business is at it again.
What have we learned in the first four weeks of this NFL season other than we’re damn glad football is finally back? We know there are a number of quality teams that are playing some really good football. Then Continue reading The good, the bad and the fugly: An NFL quarterly