Degenerates Guide to Bowl Season Week 2

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper We are getting hot and heavy in bowl season and beginning Thursday, Dec. 26, we will have multiple college football games per day all leading up to the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday, Jan. 13, in New Orleans.  Record ATS: 128-106 Over/Under: 25-34 Leans: 55-42 Thursday, Dec. 26 La Tech v. Miami-FL (-6.5, 50) Scoop: The Independence Bowl … Continue reading Degenerates Guide to Bowl Season Week 2

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THE BIG HIT | Winners and Losers of the Winter Meetings

by Ken Napzok Whelp. The Winter Meetings have come and gone. Another General Manager’s Prom is in the books and there were some big… giant… epic moves that really turned heads and inspired think pieces and lil’ think Tweets while getting many fans excited for the new season while causing a little balls of stress to form in the chests of others. So, you know, … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | Winners and Losers of the Winter Meetings

Jameis Winston’s Frenetic QB play has the Buccaneers at a Crossroads

Jameis Winston’s elite potential is being dwarfed by the sobering reality that he was never meant to be the franchise quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That was the opinion in Week 16 after he threw four interceptions in a 23-20 loss to the Houston Texans.  Come back next week and that opinion is sure to shift to the opposite end of the spectrum (like … Continue reading Jameis Winston’s Frenetic QB play has the Buccaneers at a Crossroads

Degenerates Guide to Bowl Season Week 1

By Chad Cooper Twitter @thechadcooper It’s officially bowl season as the Degenerate’s Guide to College Football rumbles into the postseason on a 94-59 against the spread run. Unlike others, we will have a play in every bowl game and this edition will go through Dec. 24.  Record ATS: 124-100 Over/Under: 25-32 Leans: 55-42 Friday, Dec. 20 Buffalo (-6.5, 51) v Charlotte Scoop: It’s the MAC … Continue reading Degenerates Guide to Bowl Season Week 1

THE BIG HIT | So your favorite team signed a big free agent…

by Ken Napzok Ok, let’s get honest.  This is a baseball column that is designed to celebrate baseball while also providing valuable — like 99 Cent Store value — insight and opinion on the comings and goings of this great sport. The purpose here is to look at the stats, stories, and history of the game. I, the humble narrator of this story, always aim … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | So your favorite team signed a big free agent…

Exiting the Black Hole: Jon Gruden brought Hope to Oakland before Ripping it Away

by Jordy McElroy Coach Jon Gruden’s storybook ending to the Raiders’ time in Oakland culminated into a fourth straight loss and playoff elimination. There were tears, appreciation and downright anger as the Raiders exited RingCentral Coliseum for a final time. Gruden will be the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders in two weeks, leaving behind one of the NFL’s most loyal and disrespected fan-bases.  … Continue reading Exiting the Black Hole: Jon Gruden brought Hope to Oakland before Ripping it Away

NFL Must Act Swiftly in Patriots Spygate 2.0 Allegations

by Jordy McElroy The New England Patriots have once again shown why they’re the most polarizing team in all of sports with the latest throwback to the infamous Spygate allegations. Of course, the NFL could nip everything in the bud by coming to a swift conclusion in their investigation, but the past has shown time has no relevance when going down that endless rabbit hole. … Continue reading NFL Must Act Swiftly in Patriots Spygate 2.0 Allegations

Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr. Experiment was a Complete and Utter Failure

by Jordy McElroy Odell Beckham Jr. seemingly had it all in Cleveland—the best friend No. 2 option in Jarvis Landry, the confident young quarterback in Baker Mayfield and the burgeoning Browns organization seemingly on the fast-track to success. If only foresight was 20/20.  Landry went from being the No. 2 to the No. 1 receiver on the depth chart, and Mayfield has thrown more interceptions … Continue reading Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr. Experiment was a Complete and Utter Failure

Are Dak and the Cowboys headed towards a Kirk Cousins – Redskins Split?

by Jordy McElroy Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been more disprove-it than prove-it in a contract year that has gone about as bad as anyone could have imagined. A meltdown of cataclysmic proportions has the Cowboys riding a three-game losing streak and barely clinging to a lead in the NFC East. Good quarterbacks are hard to come by in the NFL, and it has … Continue reading Are Dak and the Cowboys headed towards a Kirk Cousins – Redskins Split?

THE BIG HIT | First Catch of the Day

by Ken Napzok The first piece has fallen. Actually the first TWO pieces of the pitching free agent puzzle have fallen into place. Zack Wheeler is a Phillie and Cole Hamels will be firing strikes for Atlanta next season. And so it begins… I love the offseason. While the NFL has the better draft with all its pomp, circumstance, and Chris Berman jokes, their offseason … Continue reading THE BIG HIT | First Catch of the Day