Seattle, the city famous for its burnt coffee, rain, and the home of Frasier and Niles Crane, is getting a National Hockey League team. Unlike cities that steal teams from Canada, Seattle is getting an expansion team. This from Gary Bettman, the longtime commissioner of the NHL: Today is an exciting and historic day for
Week eleven of the 2018 NFL schedule has come and gone and the Green Bay Packers are now 4-5-1. In other words, they’ve played 10 games so far this season and won only four of them. Good. I hate the Packers and it makes me happy when they play like a giant bucket of suck.
The Buffalo Bills beat the Minnesota Vikings yesterday 27-6. It was the Bills’ first win of the season. The Vikings now have a very Cleveland Browns type record at 1-1-1. Bookmakers in Las Vegas were giving degenerate gamblers 17 points so they would place a bet on the Bills. When bookmakers give odds, their goal is
The Cleveland Browns beat the New York Jets Thursday night 21-17. The Browns were losing 0-14 when rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield came in late in the second quarter to replace an injured Tyrod Taylor (brain). Mayfield went on to throw 17-23 for 201 yards. His quarterback rating is a spiffy 100.1. Thursday night’s win was massive considering the
Nike revealed a new ad featuring Colin Kaepernick. It features the ex-NFL quarterback’s face with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” It also features the famous tag, “Just do it.” at the bottom with the iconic Nike swish. I don’t understand why Nike did this. To say Colin Kaepernick is a
The Oakland Raiders traded Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears for a 2019 and 2020 first round draft pick. The Raiders will also get the Bear’s 2019 sixth-round and its 2020 third-round draft pick. I have to wonder though, what’s the point? The chances they’re able to find a player as good as Mack is