Call me crazy, but I’m not convinced that Bryce Harper is worth the price tag that he and his superagent, Scott Boras, are asking. It was reported yesterday that Harper turned down a qualifying offer of 10 years and $300 million from the Nationals this past season. This bidding war for Harper is going to… Continue reading Harper Not Worth the Money
Chad Kelly. Wow. This story just keeps getting better and better. The Mr. Irrevelant of the 2017 NFL Draft, is Mr. Irrelevant no more. Chad Kelly, the nephew of Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly, was released by the Denver Broncos on Wednesday after reports surfaced that he was arrested for criminal trespassing early Tuesday… Continue reading Chad Kelly: Mr. Relevant
Your team is 7-0. You’re ranked second in the nation. You have a great, great chance of playing in the National Championship Game. You’re slated to come back from an injury in mid November. And if you are Nick Bosa, you tell your teammates adios and start prepping for the NFL draft? Yes, I know… Continue reading Nick Bosa Abandons Ohio State
Countless networks, reporters, and fans are already declaring the Kansas City Chiefs AFC Champions. Let’s pump the brakes. It’s only Week 6. Now I get it, Andy Reid and the Chiefs offense are red-hot, but this is nothing new for Andy Reid. Flashback to 2013, Andy Reid’s first year at the helm of Chief’s Kingdom. … Continue reading Mahomes and the Chiefs are 5-0. So What?
If I am the Pittsburgh Steelers, I do not worry about getting Le’Veon Bell back. Yes, Juice is good at football. Yes, “Shrimp Bayless” was pure fire. But is the rappin’ athlete really worth the headache? Forget Terrell Owens, Le’Veon Bell is the biggest diva that the National Football League has ever seen. Le’Veon has… Continue reading Why the Steelers Should Not Worry About Le’Veon Bell
I know. We’re only one game into the season, how could he possibly be on the Hot Seat? But hear me out. Sure, his quirkiness makes him arguably the most marketable coach in all of college football, and the khaki sporting coach helps the University of Michigan rake in an absurd amount of money from… Continue reading Is Jim Harbaugh on the Hot Seat?
Yes. You read that right. For years, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Big Ben Roethlisberger have steamrolled through this division. After a lifetime of pain, torture, and utter embarrassment, the city of Cleveland will finally be rewarded this football season. Maybe. The Browns have some serious weapons on the offensive side of the ball. Especially, if… Continue reading Why the Browns Will Win the AFC North
Stan Kroenke, current owner of the Los Angeles Rams, is without a doubt the most hated man in St. Louis. And not just because of that pedophile mustache, that he so proudly sports. The man completely Benedict Arnolded his home state. As soon as Todd Gurley arrived in St. Louis, and there was a… Continue reading STL’s Most Hated
Eric Hosmer to the Padres. Perfect fit. 8 years $144 million? You’ve gotta be shitting me. Now while they may have overpaid a bit, an 8 year contract for a slightly above average 28 year old is outrageous. Don’t get me wrong, I think Hosmer is a great player, and the best available first baseman,… Continue reading The Royal Prince of KC to San Diego?
McAdoo is in the hot seat. The Giants are sporting an 0-5 record, and have now lost possibly the most polarizing player in the league for the rest of the year in Odell Beckham Jr. Now, we can’t put all the blame on injuries, Ben McAdoo, or Eli Manning. However…there is one culprit that can… Continue reading The Sole Reason Behind Giants’ Tough Luck
We were blessed with our second week of NFL football, and it was quite the doozy. If you were writing off Tom Brady after last week’s game against the Chiefs, you should forget everything you know about the sport of football. It’s Tom f*ckin Brady. Tom dazzled in typical Tom fashion, throwing for three… Continue reading Week 2: Dirty Dancing & 69
Sure, Kerwynn Williams is a no-brainer with the devastating injury to David Johnson, but let’s be realistic. Everyone in your league is going to be chomping at the bits for Williams as soon as the waiver wire opens Tuesday morning, like a pack of hyenas waiting on a lone wildebeest, a wildebeest who’s surely tastier… Continue reading Week 2: Waiver Wire Steals
Week 1 was full of ups and downs. Here’s a recap.