Fucking Patriots. They make me want to dabble in communism. They make me feel like the Brits were misunderstood. They make me want to subvert the steeple chase of a nut that Thomas Paine broke bread with once upon a time. The one that made babies with capitalism and stirred up tasty drinks in the… Continue reading It’s Deja Vu, All Over Again
The Chicago Bears will take on the New England Patriots in Atlanta tonight in the . . . oh shit, I'm sorry. I was thinking ahead to next year's Super Bowl, my bad! This year it's the Rams, next year the Bears and after that the Federal Regulatory Commission will force Bob Kraft to sell Tom… Continue reading Roman Numerals Gone Wild!
It doesn't feel like fourteen years. That's how long it's been since the Yankees and Red Sox last met in October. It was the year when A-Rod became the biggest four letter word in baseball after being traded to the Yankees. The year when Curt Schilling became the biggest four letter word to Yankees… Continue reading Ruth and Consequences
I used to be able to dunk a basketball. This is way more remarkable to me than the fact that Tom Brady could have played baseball for a living. Yanno, instead of marrying a Brazilian supermodel. Seriously though, Brady is a top tier athlete whose ability to excel at multiple sports (including being married to… Continue reading Lessons I Learned By Flying
I decided not to play fantasy football this season, because I don't feel like cursing players I don't even know. Besides, I finished first in my league last year and I'm fucking tired, yanno? You might wonder why I wouldn't want to defend my title, and to that I answer with this. By not playing,… Continue reading Mostly Fearless NFL Predictions!
If it feels as if I've been bitching incessantly about the state of big time college sports lately, welp, it's because I have been. And if you're figuring on sticking a killjoy label on yours truly, Imma reply with the same line most of these big time coaches would feed you. Don't blame me. D.J.… Continue reading No End In Sight
What's most interesting about LBJ going to the Lakers is that it simply feels like another vacation for the dude. He went to Miami for four years and then came home to Cleveland. Now he's going to the other coast for another four years, and is there any doubt he resigns with the Cavaliers to… Continue reading Winning and Misery: A Love Story