by Jordy McElroy Troubled wideout Antonio Brown’s apology tour has been a step in the right direction towards mending broken relationships, particularly with the Pittsburgh Steelers. A nine-year rollercoaster of a marriage between the two sides is enough to forgive but not forget. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8eEUdPh-gB/ Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, of all people, should be the most apprehensive man in Pittsburgh about a potential reunion with the … Continue reading Steelers should be the last team interested in signing Antonio Brown
by Jordy McElroy The punishments have been doled out by the NFL, but the dust has yet to settle from the infamous helmet brawl involving Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. It has been a story with more twists and turns than a labyrinth; the latest being Rudolph allegedly uttering the unforgivable racial slur towards Garrett. There are no … Continue reading Does Mason Rudolph deserve to get off without a suspension for his role in the helmet brawl?
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 a 27-3 blowout victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in front of a primetime audience on Monday Night Football, a wave of a heartbeat emerged on the electrocardiogram machine hooked to the declining Pittsburgh Steelers. A tremendous defensive effort coupled with an efficient performance by second-year quarterback Mason Rudolph has given the Steelers hope of a fighting chance in the AFC North. … Continue reading AFC North is a Muddled Division where even the Depleted Steelers have Hope
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
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
Just when you thought the Antonio Brown saga ended with him putting pen to paper on a one year deal with the New England Patriots, think again. Today, disturbing details are emerging from a lawsuit just filed against the Patriots new star WR, alleging rape and other sexual misconduct. The lawsuit says that Brown — in three separate incidents, two in June 2017 and another in May … Continue reading Antonio Brown Accused of Rape in a Lawsuit
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
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