As A Giants Fan, I’m A Huge Jets Fan

You gotta love this team, man! You gotta love this team! In case you were also moving your little brother across NYC to a loft, 6 floors up, with no elevator in the East Village yesterday, let me catch you up. Yesterday the New York Jets fired their General Manager of 3 years, Mike McCagnan, and named Head Coach, Adam Gase, as the Interim GM. … Continue reading As A Giants Fan, I’m A Huge Jets Fan

Philadelphia Learned A Hard Lesson About Trust Last Night

8 years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers embarked on a path that would be more uphill than down. They committed to the idea of being the worst team in the NBA for years on end, gathering top talent in the draft, to create a homegrown super team. “The Process,” as it came to be known became a well-documented story line. Over the years, a team that … Continue reading Philadelphia Learned A Hard Lesson About Trust Last Night

These NHL Playoffs Prove They Just Aren’t Worth It

I don’t know how many East Coasters stay up to watch Western Conference hockey, but last night we had a doozy between the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues. The game 7 went to overtime, the 4th time a game 7 has done so these playoffs (an NHL record), and ended in 2OT on a scrappy goal from St. Louis native, Pat Maroon. Quick note … Continue reading These NHL Playoffs Prove They Just Aren’t Worth It

Guest Blog: You Can’t Spell ‘The Big One’ Without ‘The Big O’

Sunday, 2pm EST, Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. It’s known as NASCAR’s biggest, baddest, and fastest track. With 33 degree banking, this 2.66 mile Tri-Oval challenges drivers for the entire race. The nature of superspeedway racing promotes racers to draft off of each other in very close proximity in order to stay with the pack. In other words, ass eating isn’t just for people anymore. The … Continue reading Guest Blog: You Can’t Spell ‘The Big One’ Without ‘The Big O’

You Couldn’t Pay Me To Be A 1st Round Pick

We’ve finally made it to the NFL Draft. The fourth greatest day of the NFL calendar behind Week 1, the Super Bowl, and whenever Sean Lee goes on IR. Along with that, it used to be my third favorite day of the year. Watching all these kids achieve their dreams, seeing a new generation of players for your team, and just endless highlights of players. … Continue reading You Couldn’t Pay Me To Be A 1st Round Pick

So Odell Beckham Said Some Things

As anyone who skimmed through the NBA box scores before getting to the real news this morning, like myself, you may have seen this story making the rounds. If your someone who skims the real stories to actually read about the Golden State Warriors Memorial Playoffs (why?), you may be missing some context. Long story short, Odell sent a tweet explaining why he didn’t travel … Continue reading So Odell Beckham Said Some Things

The NFL Schedule Release Is The Bane Of My Existence

Last night was the most overrated night in American sports. The NFL Schedule Release. And I hate it. A lot. Even more than the NBA preseason, pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training, or when Dan LeBetard is on PTI. While the rest of us are trying to focus on the NHL or Golden State Warriors Memorial Playoffs, the NFL is that annoying friend that’s … Continue reading The NFL Schedule Release Is The Bane Of My Existence