It seems just like yesterday that the general population agreed that the Browns were going to have a successful season. Some going as far to say that they were “the team to beat,” some taking their foot off the gas a bit and labeling them “a contender,” but the point remained that this was a team that was a shoe-in for the play offs. Now? … Continue reading We Should’ve Seen This Browns Season Coming A Mile Away
Something really special has to happen for me to open up my computer to actually write about baseball. Hot take, it’s boring. No joke, before last night, this was the coolest thing I’d seen in baseball since the Red Sox’ “beer and fried chicken” collapse of 2011. I remember being a little league umpire in my youth, and the head umps would always warn you … Continue reading Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
This will hopefully be the last time I wrtie about Antonio Brown for a long time. As I’ve said before, I think we’re watching a severe case of CTE from a front row seat, and it’s a horror movie. Like horror movies, I hate watching them. I don’t understand the desire to purposefully feel negative emotions. I overly apologize as is, so I have enough … Continue reading All I’m Thinking About Is Antonio Brown’s HOF Induction
Well, we knew this was coming. We didn’t know if it would take this long, which has been both a blessing and a curse, but the day has finally come. After 15 years, some good, some difficult, we must say goodbye to one of the most important people in our lives. Eli Manning. Coming to grips with the concept of losing something, or someone, you … Continue reading An Ode To The Best Dog A Giants Fan Could Ever Ask For
So there were a bunch of big headlines after Week 1 in the NFL. Sammy Watkins simply needed 5 years to find his groove, the Cleveland Browns undefeated train never left the station, Kyler Murray does a lot for short guys and white guys alike in proving size doesn’t matter, and nothing matters anymore after Antonio Brown signed with the New England Patriots. The most … Continue reading So How About These Milennials In Miami?
First off, we take you live to Buffalo, NY to see how they are handling this news: I will simply never get over how lucky that city is for not having to deal with Antonio Brown. But I have to look at both sides here. This simply cannot all be on AB. It just can’t. Football is a sport that preaches accountability, and the Oakland … Continue reading Here’s Why The Raiders Are In The Wrong Regarding Antonio Brown
Hey Andrew, Heard the news. Sad stuff. But I get it. I, too, have found myself unexpectedly unemployed. Some might point out that getting “fired” or “laid off” or “being unable to be trusted in a 9-5 cube job” are very different than leaving on your own free will, but I simply don’t see it that way. Unemployed is unemployed. So, first thing you need … Continue reading Life Advice For Andrew Luck