THE BIG HIT | The Greatest Baseball Moment of the 2019 Season

by Ken Napzok The greatest moment of the 2019 baseball season did not take place on a Major League field. There wasn’t a multi-million dollar stadium full of fans watching and it was not broadcast on a major network with Joe Buck’s voice taking us through it. It was not in the World Series or down the stretch run days of September. There was no … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | The Greatest Baseball Moment of the 2019 Season

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Music City Meltdown will be remembered as the game that cost the Chiefs a Super Bowl

by Jordy McElroy It doesn’t take 20/20 hindsight to see the damage the Kansas City Chiefs caused to their playoff hopes in Sunday’s jaw-dropping 35-32 upset loss to the Tennessee Titans. Coach Andy Reid stood in the center of it all, as he rightfully should, absorbing all of the blame, while his players stayed behind in the showers scrubbing away the stink from their most … Continue reading Music City Meltdown will be remembered as the game that cost the Chiefs a Super Bowl

Time to buy into the Raiders as Playoff Contenders

by Jordy McElroy There was no need for an “I told you so” as Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden proudly stood in front of the media on Thursday night after an impressive 26-24 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. A year of being treated as the punchline team in the NFL, and the Raiders are suddenly sitting second in the AFC West with a … Continue reading Time to buy into the Raiders as Playoff Contenders

Enough is enough! NFL must put an end to the Antonio Brown saga next week

by Jordy McElroy In an effort to avoid egg on its face, the NFL has walked a tightrope on the ever-evolving sexual assault allegations surrounding former All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown. Yet, the inevitable might still be a possibility due to the persistent waffling on a subject matter that has clearly overstayed its welcome. It’s time to put an end to the circus act and lean … Continue reading Enough is enough! NFL must put an end to the Antonio Brown saga next week

Patriots and Ravens’ Sunday Night Spectacle might have been an AFC Championship preview

by Jordy McElroy An electric performance by quarterback Lamar Jackson led the Baltimore Ravens to a surprisingly lopsided 37-20 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday. It was a night of celebration for the Ravens earning their biggest win of the season, but it was also one of understanding the war with the Patriots in 2019 could be far from over. Move over New … Continue reading Patriots and Ravens’ Sunday Night Spectacle might have been an AFC Championship preview

Bumbling Jets created Jamal Adams Problem (when there didn’t need to be one)

by Jordy McElroy Jamal Adams was all in on the New York Jets until he found out they weren’t all in on him. Leave it to Gang Green to alienate the only young, generational talent on their roster that actually wanted to be on the team. Are you really surprised?  This is the same Jets organization that traded Bill Belichick for a first-round draft pick … Continue reading Bumbling Jets created Jamal Adams Problem (when there didn’t need to be one)

Degenerate’s Guide to College Football Week 10

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper Our run of three consecutive weeks came to a halt last week as we went 7-8 Against the Spread, but…we are 36-27 ATS over the last four weeks. Less games on the schedule in Week 10 yet we would bet on a turtle race if they had them.  Record ATS: 66-68 Over/Under: 8-15 Leans: 37-27 Saturday, Nov. 2 #14 Michigan … Continue reading Degenerate’s Guide to College Football Week 10

THE BIG HIT | The Story Has Been Told

By Ken Napzok When I was a kid obsessed with the game, rooting for my heroes, and dreaming about taking the field myself, the Sporting News put out a couple of books called The Series: An Illustrated History of Baseball’s Postseason Showcase. The first one I procured was after the 1990 World Series and they updated it each year for a few seasons. (So go … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | The Story Has Been Told

UFC 244 Preview: BMF Showdown could change the Sport Forever

by Jordy McElroy A one-off fight between Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal at UFC 244 on Saturday will decide the “baddest mother [expletive]” on the planet, but more importantly, it will serve as proof that world titles and manufactured drama aren’t necessary to sell a fight. The right venue, a cage and two savages hell-bent on letting their fists do the talking is all the … Continue reading UFC 244 Preview: BMF Showdown could change the Sport Forever