I No Longer Look Up To My Ex-Hero, Draymond Green

Everyone knows about this story by now. Ever since Draymond Green’s bench spat with Kevin Durant, everyone has been trying to get the deets on what was said, myself included. Not for gossip’s sake, but to learn. See, I’ve admired Draymond. Always have. I’ve tried to follow in his footsteps ever since I learned about him in his college days. People don’t know this, but … Continue reading I No Longer Look Up To My Ex-Hero, Draymond Green

I’ve Forgiven Todd Gurley, And You Should Too

Two weeks ago, Todd Gurley was justifiably on everyone’s shit list after purposefully avoiding the endzone in the final moments of a game against the Green Bay Packers. While the Rams still won, it caused them to not cover the spread and kept the game from hitting the over. Gamblers, children, dads who prefer the game to be played “the right way,” people (Patriots fans) … Continue reading I’ve Forgiven Todd Gurley, And You Should Too

I’m A New Yorker Living In Boston And I Hate Everything

Are we in the trust tree? I hope so. Because I’m going to stop being polite and start getting real. I’ve been living among Massholes for 8 years now. I know these people better than they know themselves. Mostly because they are a very single-minded bunch, so they’re easy to predict. I’ve actually been very accepting of the success this city has had over the … Continue reading I’m A New Yorker Living In Boston And I Hate Everything

Very Serious Take: Jon Gruden Is A Genius

One year ago, this didn’t need a disclaimer. This was a widely accepted fact by anyone that’s watched a breakdown of Spider 2 Y-Banana. Now, the coach-turned-broadcaster-turned-coach is catching unwarranted heat for the Oakland Raiders record, on field performance, roster moves, media statements, and sex music selection. The guy can’t catch a break. I mean, as far as his sex playlist goes, Notre Dame’s “Victory … Continue reading Very Serious Take: Jon Gruden Is A Genius

Eli Manning Needs To Start Taking Saquon’s Blood If He Wants To Be Good

I mean why the fuck not at this point. Eli Manning is done, his legs are done, his arm is done, his brain is done (not due to CTE. I got you’re back, Mr. Goodell). It’s terrifying because there is no other option. Even if I did think putting Kyle Lauletta behind center was a good idea, all we’d do is destroy his I-AA confidence … Continue reading Eli Manning Needs To Start Taking Saquon’s Blood If He Wants To Be Good

Nathan Peterman’s Faith-Inspired Novel a Hit with Church Communities

12 months after leaving the NFL, former quarterback Nathan Peterman continues to take suburban church communities by storm with his novel, ‘Devine Interception.’ The 283-page book summarizes the rise, then fall, then rise, then fall, then fall again of the former field general. Peterman’s faith helped him persevere through poor performances, and it inspires those with the same values. “What’s so great about Nate’s story … Continue reading Nathan Peterman’s Faith-Inspired Novel a Hit with Church Communities

Snoop Dogg Showing Up At The Cleveland Browns’ Practice Tells You Everything You Need To Know About The Steelers

Last week, cameras caught rapper, marijuana enthusiast, and doppelganger of my elementary school librarian, (shout out Ms. Mumby) Snoop Dogg attending Cleveland Browns’ practice. For those that don’t know, Snoop is a HUGE Pittsburgh Steelers fan, who is a division rival of Cleveland. One video showed Snoop introducing himself to Browns rookie, Baker Mayfield. If I was a Steelers fan, I’d be pissed, but in … Continue reading Snoop Dogg Showing Up At The Cleveland Browns’ Practice Tells You Everything You Need To Know About The Steelers