by Jordy McElroy Even after a victory, leave it to the Cleveland Browns to still find a way to lose. Whatever the entity was in “Final Destination” has clearly penetrated the depths of Jimmy Haslem’s organization to perpetually wreak havoc in new and innovative ways. It’s the Jersey Shore of professional football—the rapidly approaching train wreck that you know is coming and decide to watch … Continue reading Myles Garrett’s Despicable Act will be the Final Nail in the Coffin for the Undisciplined Browns
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 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
by Jordy McElroy High school basketball coach Tim Notke once said, “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” However, what happens when the talent works hard, but the personality has created an impasse towards success? Therein lies the conundrum for the Oakland Raiders when trying to alleviate the growing headache that is Antonio Brown. The infamous helmet debacle seemed to be cooling down … Continue reading Mr. Drama Chest: Why Antonio Brown won’t see the end of his Raiders Deal
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been consistent during the offseason in standing behind their long-time quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger. Today they made him one of the Top 3 highest paid QB’s in the NFL. The two-time Super Bowl winner has agreed to stay with Pittsburgh through the 2021 season. It has been reported that Roethlisberger will take home a big pay bump over the $12 million he … Continue reading Ben Roethlisberger Inks New Deal, Now Top 3 Paid QB in the League