by Jordy McElroy The Detroit Lions had the Green Bay Packers on the ropes in a highly-competitive Monday Night Football contest featuring the two NFC North rivals. Yet, every time the Lions would deliver what looked to be the knockout blow, a yellow flag would come flying out of nowhere as a new lifeline for the Packers. If it happened in the playoffs, it would … Continue reading Shameful officiating guts the Lions chances of contending in the NFC North
by Jordy McElroy Leave it to New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur to still come out with egg on his face even in the most impossible of situations. No one expected the Giants to survive their Thursday Night Football encounter in Foxborough with the unbeaten New England Patriots. They were coming into the game with rookie quarterback Daniel Jones leading an offense decimated at the … Continue reading Pat Shumur’s Decision to punt in the 4th Sends Wrong Message to Locker Room
By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We had our best week of the season last Saturday going 10-5 Against the Spread and feel pretty damn good about Week 7’s card, too. Record ATS: 40-46 Over/Under: 6-7 Leans: 14-14 Saturday, Oct. 12 #6 Oklahoma (5-0) v. #11 Texas (4-1) Line: OU -11, 75.5 Scoop: OU will finally play someone of substance. UT held their own against LSU … Continue reading Degenerate’s Guide to College Football Week 7
by Jordy McElroy Every talking head known to man has spent the last few weeks twisting their brains into pretzels trying to figure out ways for the New England Patriots to improve their sluggish offense. Who would have thought the man with the best idea in the room could be troubled former five-time All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown? “[If] you guys follow the Patriots, tell them … Continue reading Could the Patriots Reach re-signing Antonio Brown Level of Desperation?
by Ken Napzok “I love playoff baseball!” is a sentence — correction proclamation — we’ve all heard a lot this past week. Since the Wild Card games on October 1st, the baseball world has been treated to some absolutely thrilling postseason play. Throw all those fancy words best saved for a Roger Kahn baseball book at the wall because all of them will stick. This … Continue reading 5 Things the 2019 Division Series Round Taught Us (that we can pretend we always knew)
By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper It’s Week 2 of the “Wednesday Night Wars” after AEW Dynamite dominated (as expected) the television ratings despite NXT having the overall better wrestling matches last week. Nonetheless, wrestling on Wednesday nights are dope. AEW Dynamite 1st match: Young Bucks v. Private Party Hot opener here and Private Party are rolling. I am very impressed with Quen and even more … Continue reading Wednesday Night Wars | Week 2 Recap
The wrestling landscape in 2019 is like nothing we’ve ever seen. Various promotions have now secured TV deals, or simply bought time in local markets in an effort to secure their piece of the wrestling pie. But with all the focus on TV ratings, how do your favorite companies fare on YouTube? YouTube has become the second largest search engine in the world, behind only … Continue reading Top 100 Most Watched Wrestling YouTube Channels in History
by Jordy McElroy A deafening silence befell Heinz Field on Sunday afternoon with thousands of onlookers watching medical personnel administer emergency aid to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, who lied motionless on the ground after absorbing a devastating hit from Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas. It was a sobering reality that rattled every fan out of their desensitized comas to the violent nature of football, … Continue reading Was Earl Thomas’ Hit on Mason Rudolph Blatant enough to warrant a Suspension?
by Nick Aldis Sometime during the past few days a word crept into my head that, in my opinion, is the perfect adjective for our new studio series, NWA Power. That word is “unapologetic”; we are proud to be an in-your-face rasslin’ show that is not ashamed to be what it is, and that’s a fun and outrageous hour of escapism. So now please indulge … Continue reading Exclusive: Nick Aldis’ NWA Power Preview
by Jordy McElroy It took a 33-7 shellacking at the hands of the New England Patriots to do what the Washington Redskins reportedly had their heart set on doing for the past week. They handed former head coach Jay Gruden his walking papers and turned the team over to former assistant/offensive line coach Bill Callahan—a temporary fix, albeit a much better one than the alternative. … Continue reading Jay Gruden is Out, but the Nightmare is far from over for the Redskins