Grab your Grains of Salt, NFL Lying Season is Upon Us

by Jordy McElroy ‘Tis the season of rumors in the NFL. It’s that time of the year when up means down, left means right and so on. The only jingles being sung are the fatuous takes aimed at giving life to rumors started by trolls on social media. Forget about the decorative tree filled with ornaments and lights. You’d be better off putting up a … Continue reading Grab your Grains of Salt, NFL Lying Season is Upon Us

Advertisements

Remember the Titans: How Tennessee can Build off their Failed Cinderella Run

by Jordy McElroy The clock struck midnight and the Cinderella Tennessee Titans had to leave the dance on Sunday. An improbable AFC Championship run came screeching to a halt in the rollicking madhouse at Arrowhead Stadium, where even fairy tales pale in comparison to the might of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But there were teachable moments that could help the Titans close the … Continue reading Remember the Titans: How Tennessee can Build off their Failed Cinderella Run

Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

by Jordy McElroy The Baltimore Ravens sat on their throne long enough for the Tennessee Titans to knock them off. A well-timed right hook in the form of bruising running back Derrick Henry put the Ravens down early in Saturday’s Divisional playoff game and kept them there for good. It was a shocking turn of events for a team that hadn’t lost a game since … Continue reading Winning made the Ravens Soft and it Cost them when it Matter Most

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