Did Josh McDaniels punk the Colts out of revenge for Deflategate?

New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels was going to become the new head coach on the Indianapolis Colts until he decided he wasn’t. The Colts released an official statement on the matter: After agreeing to contract terms to become the Indianapolis Colts’ new head coach, New England Patriots assistant coach Josh McDaniels this evening informed … Continue Reading “Did Josh McDaniels punk the Colts out of revenge for Deflategate?”

Marshawn Lynch sits for U.S. anthem, stands for Mexican anthem

The Oakland Raiders played a home game down in Mexico on Sunday, losing to the New England Patriots 33-8. The Raiders losing is nothing new. The big story coming out of Mexico City on Sunday was Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch. Marshawn Lynch stood for the Mexican National Anthem but sat for the American National Anthem. That’s just rude. … Continue Reading “Marshawn Lynch sits for U.S. anthem, stands for Mexican anthem”

I was completely wrong about Tom Brady

In the past, I’ve said some not-so-nice things about New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. I’ve called him a cheater. I’ve compared him to Sammy Sosa. I’ve called him a spoiled baby. Tom Brady didn’t deserve any of my criticism. Everything I’ve ever said about Tom Brady was wrong. If I could manipulate time, I … Continue Reading “I was completely wrong about Tom Brady”

Tom Brady court appeal denied

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will finally have to serve the 4-game suspension levied on him by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell back in May of 2015. Brady tried to get the U.S. Court Appeals for the Second Circuit to rehear his case. They issued a one-page document earlier today denying his petition.  His only chance … Continue Reading “Tom Brady court appeal denied”

ESPN fired Bill Simmons

ESPN, the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports, fired its long-time podcaster, columnist, creator of content, and provocateur, Bill Simmons. Grandland, the website founded by Simmons, will remain under the control of ESPN. As of this morning, Simmons is still listed prominently on the Grantland website and he’s still identified as its editor-in-chief. I’m surprised this … Continue Reading “ESPN fired Bill Simmons”

Pete Carroll loses Super Bowl XLIX

Last night’s Super Bowl has got to be one of the strangest games I think I’ve ever watched. The Seattle Seahawks had the game in the bag. They had the ball on the one-yard line with 26 seconds left on the clock. They had running back Marshawn Lynch in the backfield. All they had to do … Continue Reading “Pete Carroll loses Super Bowl XLIX”