If Antonio Brown Avoids Criminal Charges, Another Team will Roll the Dice

by Jordy McElroy If Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots couldn’t handle the swelling headache that is Antonio Brown, what other team could possibly succeed in taking on the disturbing baggage that comes with arguably the best receiver in football? Someone out there will be naïve enough to try. We’ve seen it time and time again in the NFL with players getting second, third … Continue reading If Antonio Brown Avoids Criminal Charges, Another Team will Roll the Dice

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Jaguars Should try to Mend Bridges with Jalen Ramsey

by Jordy McElroy Kiss and make up time? Cue the typical airport scene in every romantic film. All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey is attempting to board a flight out of town to a new city and opportunity, while the disheveled Jacksonville Jaguars race through the airport to spill their heart into a million pieces, begging him to stay. Tears, regrets and future promises are exchanged before … Continue reading Jaguars Should try to Mend Bridges with Jalen Ramsey

End of an era? Ben Roethlisberger the last Killer B to fall in a Devastating season for the Steelers

by Jordy McElroy The straw that finally broke the Pittsburgh Steelers’ back came on Monday with news of Ben Roethlisberger being placed on injured reserve with an elbow injury. In the same year the team lost All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell, they are losing their starting quarterback, who was by all accounts the last beacon of hope for Super Bowl contention.  … Continue reading End of an era? Ben Roethlisberger the last Killer B to fall in a Devastating season for the Steelers

The Big Hit | The Coming Battle of the Titans

by Ken Napzok If you look to the horizon you can see the Major League Baseball post-season rolling into town like a traveling circus ready to dazzle and delight us. The audience favorites are preparing to enter the three-ring circus and add to the history books of this great game. In a season of astounding offense, second-generation future stars, and the general baseball audience learning … Continue reading The Big Hit | The Coming Battle of the Titans

Looming NFL investigation may be the only thing that can stop Antonio Brown and Patriots

by Jordy McElroy Antonio Brown looked like a new man in Sunday’s demolition job by the New England Patriots over the Miami Dolphins. When he wasn’t on the field terrorizing the Dolphins’ secondary, the All-Pro wide receiver was on the sidelines hi-fiving, waving to the crowd and wholeheartedly cheering on his teammates—behavior unbecoming of the Mr. Big Chest persona we’ve come to know.  In one … Continue reading Looming NFL investigation may be the only thing that can stop Antonio Brown and Patriots

Cancel the Cancel Culture: Nick Aldis Addresses Jim Cornette to NWA Reactions

by Nick Aldis This week, the NWA made the announcement that the incomparable Jim Cornette would once again be donning the headset and joining Joe Galli at the announce table in Atlanta at the return of NWA studio wrestling on September 30th and October 1st. I was expecting the usual smattering of unwarranted speculation, criticism and of course, advice from the anonymous expert community also … Continue reading Cancel the Cancel Culture: Nick Aldis Addresses Jim Cornette to NWA Reactions

Cam or Scam? Panthers could be underselling the health of QB Cam Newton

by Jordy McElroy Who is this imposter and what happened to the real Cam Newton? That question must have been asked a million times after Thursday night’s disaster at Bank of America Stadium, where the Carolina Panthers fell to 0-2 on the season. A week after getting beat by the Los Angeles Rams, the Panthers’ star quarterback stumbled around the field lethargically, missing throws and … Continue reading Cam or Scam? Panthers could be underselling the health of QB Cam Newton

Defiant Oakland Raiders Survived their Day of Reckoning

by Jordy McElroy The Oakland Raiders stepped into RingCentral Coliseum with expectations they’d serve as fodder for their own Black Hole. In the wake of Antonio Brown, otherwise known as Tony Tornado, the Raiders looked like a mess of an organization, sure to fulfill the punch-line on the field as they have off it. The kick-off came, the Raiders scored a touchdown on the opening … Continue reading Defiant Oakland Raiders Survived their Day of Reckoning

The Big Hit | Of Homers and No-N0’s…

by Ken Napzok September baseball is here. The air is getting crisp and sharp. Playoff runs are picking up or dying on the vine. The last of the 40-man roster call ups are making their dreams come true. And the long journey of a baseball season is about to reward those that have been on the adventure from the start.  It all comes into focus.  … Continue reading The Big Hit | Of Homers and No-N0’s…

Tony Toe Trick? By joining the Patriots, Antonio Brown may have hoodwinked us all

by Jordy McElroy After hearing the news of his release from the Oakland Raiders, a shirtless Antonio Brown ran around a fenced-in backyard on Saturday, celebrating like he had just been pardoned from a life sentence. Never mind the fact that he had forced his way out of Oakland, but he also left $30 million in guaranteed money sitting on the table.  How could anyone … Continue reading Tony Toe Trick? By joining the Patriots, Antonio Brown may have hoodwinked us all