Congratulating the Philadelphia Eagles for doing "the capitalism thing" under the pretense of it being "the right thing" is wrong and the wrong message to send young African-American males.
Eagles over Falcons, October 17, 2010 Stud of the week: DeSean Jackson. No contest. He'd put up 14 points on the Falcons before the BS hit Dunta Ro...
The Falcons are a tough matchup. Not only are they looking solid this year, but they're currently the #2 rushing team. Know where the Eagles rank against the run? Not #2 -- try #24. Ouch.
I don't have any NFL Best Bets in week 1, but I do have one Strong Opinion, which have been profitable in both the NFL and College over the years.
Today a group of professional athletes and Olympians boarded a fishing boat to tour the oil devastation on the Gulf Coast. Then they held Sierra Club-hosted conference to share their impressions of the damage.
Ovie Mughelli, at 30 years old and 245 pounds, is the NFL's greenest star, aiming his eco-efforts at underprivileged kids.
Falcons receiver Michael Jenkins runs his route. Aqib Talib runs behind him. Ronde Barber runs in front. And still, Jenkins makes the catch. First down, Falcons. But Talib was right there! And so was Ronde! What just happened? What was that?
For those of you taking advantage of the big sales and kicking our economy into gear, here are a few big ticket items you might consider buying in honor of this Sunday's Bucs game against the Falcons.
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The AFC has become just as complicated as the NFC has been for years when attempting to shape the playoff picture. The Denver Broncos jumped out earl...
If the GMen don't show up on Sunday, kiss their season goodbye.
A word of advice to other teams out there: the Saints understand that perfect games aren't necessary to win -- take note of it and expose it in the future.
Kobe Bryant is following Vick's lead and is currently in talks to play the lead in the reimagining of "The Boy Who Could Fly" called "The Boy Who Could Fly and Also Never Raped anyone in a Hotel Room in Colorado."
Vick has paid for his transgressions. He was once the highest paid athlete in the NFL, he had lucrative endorsement deals, real estate holdings, and business ventures, all of which are gone.
My initial reaction to the Michael Vick signing is disgust. Sure he can run a "wildcat" formation, but does that justify inviting the protests and ill will that will follow the Eagles everywhere, including at home?
Blank's remarks continue a recent and deeply troubling pattern in which leading media and public figures have demeaned African-Americans with wise cracks, slips, and off-color jokes.