Does a football team need fans?
The inability to recognize another person’s humanity is how it is that Michael Bennett ended up being handcuffed on the ground, after having been threatened.
Looking to build on a big (invisible) week.
Don’t worry… your money is as safe with me as it is with Wells Fargo.
Why American chose Rugby, immediately before altering it nearly beyond recognition
Week 2 losers!
Resident degenerate gambler Kazzy is confident he can lose you money.
Modern football’s English origin
American Exceptionalism (sports edition)
Fantasy football, that is.
…so seize the Super Sunday!
All picks wrong or your money back.
It ends as it began. Incomprehensibly.
Coming up on the last week of the regular season, coming up on the Fantasy Football version of The Big Game.
Not with a bang, but with a whimper.
Another week where the team that got the 2nd most points for the week went up against the team that got the 1st most, and the team that got the 2nd least was playing against the team that came in dead last.
Funny how stuff like that happens.
Week 12? That can’t be right…
Tempers Flare, Lawsuits ensue, Fantasy Football hardest hit.
You Win Some. You Lose Some.
In which the roller coaster never ends.
Hunger Strike, Football Strike, Unemployed University President.
In which we boggle that the season is half over.
The off-field drama looms large over the bye week play, as the top-ranked teams’ coaches both are forced to call up lawyers from the waiver wire. Our intrepid reporter brings it all to you in the Week In Review!
In which we begin our bonfire of the projections for the season.
In which Miss Mary gets more than 200 freakin’ points.
The Browns, Buccaneers, Raiders, Jaguars, and Redskins all won their games last Sunday. That has never happened before. I am confident in saying that it will never happen again.
We’re back, Baby!
From when men were men and giants strode the Earth
plus a couple of gratuitous cheap shots
Even when they’re really rich and really famous and really attractive, other peoples’ actual lives are typically insipid.
As if a racially offensive nickname weren’t bad enough, now this.
No spoilers here. But in the post, yeah. Spoilers.
Mike Dwyer asked us to explain the appeal of soccer. Here’s my attempt, using a goal the Netherlands’ Robin Van Persie scored today. First watch the video of the goal, then I’ll break it down to show how it happened. Beautiful, right? In fact that’s going to be one of the highlight goals of the…
Because people who “don’t care” if you’re gay don’t usually make laws making it illegal for your employer to keep you on.