Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Second Coming of Ryan Leaf?

It’s here. It’s finally here. I hoped it wouldn’t be. Christian’s are waiting around for the second-coming of Jesus Christ. Well, NFL fans no longer have to speculate. The second-coming is here. Ryan Leaf is back, in the form of… … Continue reading

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How the Last 10 Years of NFL Drafts Could Influence This Year’s

Quarterbacks are always such a hot commodity in the NFL Draft, to the point where quarterback selections end up making or breaking General Managers down. The problem is that the last few years or so, in which the idea of … Continue reading

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The 1st Annual Punt, Pass, and Kick Awards (part 2)

Here we are. Part 2 of my 10-part series on the biggest things from 2010. Here’s the second category: 2010’s Most Stunning Champion The nominees are: 1. Los Angeles Lakers over the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals 2. San … Continue reading

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MLB History In Question?

If I were to say Black Sox, what do you think of? Apparently, a 1920 court document that is now up on the website for the Chicago History Museum, sworn testimony from Eddie Cicotte, a member of the Black Sox … Continue reading

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1st Annual Punt, Pass, and Kick Awards

This is not going to be your typical awards ceremony, that’s for damn sure. Here we have ten categories in which athletes from basketball, football, and baseball, have been given nomination. We’re not talking MVP or Player of the Year … Continue reading

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NBA Playoff Update (4/18/11)

Well, as my friend Jesse put it, what the hell is going on? All sixteen teams have played their first games of the 2011 NBA Playoffs, with these results: Saturday, April 16 Chicago 104, Indiana 99 Maimi 97, Philadelphia 89 … Continue reading

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Bracketology: The 2011 NBA Playoffs (in full)

I was challenged to do an NBA playoffs bracket like people would do NCAA March Madness brackets. Since more research is being done here, my margins are probably, once again, being changed. I apologize for this. Here is the 100% … Continue reading

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NBA Bracketology (Round One) UPDATED!!

Well, apparently, I gave the Celtics too much credit. A late season collapse (egged on by Von Wafer) has enabled them to slip to the third-seed, so they take on the Knicks, not the 76ers. It’s the curse of 2011, … Continue reading

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Pocketwatch

Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Saddened – he cannot stop looking, watching the thinnest needle beneath the thick-cut glass move in a left-ish circle. What time is it? The corners of his lips point toward Hell, as is the way his … Continue reading

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The End of an Era? An Ode to Manny Ramirez and a Short Rant on Baseball’s Steroid Problem

I have, and always will be, a fan of Manny Ramirez. Cheater? Sure, but then again, in baseball nowadays, who isn’t? Two seasons ago, not only did Manny admit to taking steroids, but so did baseball’s golden child, Alex Rodriguez. … Continue reading

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