This was an all-out team effort. Mike Vick was impressive, throwing for a TD, running for a TD, and racking up nearly 300 yards in total offense, LeSean had almost 100 yards and DeSean had over 100 yards.
Manning playing in a different uniform certainly seems sacrilegious, but as we know from recent events in Green Bay and Philadelphia, anything can happen.
New Picking System, Week 2: the Return of 12 of 13 (I hope) Andy Reid is in his 12th season as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. So far, he's 11...
It's the BYE week edition, and frankly, not a moment too soon. It seems like every year I write a post about how everyone on the team is on "no Madde...
Manning's contract will expire at the end of the season, leaving him as the most attractive free agent in the NFL in years, if not ever. Surprising? A bit, yes.
The Yankees and Rays didn't exactly duke it out to see who would win the AL East. They basically played a game of "lets not tax ourselves too much" as they limped to the finish line.
In this Week 2 REVIEW and Week 3 PREVIEW, we lament the Giants' no-show at Indianapolis. In so doing, we lambast the strategy of dressing only two def...
Did you know that the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga has a fishing team? Yup. And PETA is pissed. (What else is new?) They've written the school asking that they sink the team.
In this Week 1 Review and Week 2 Preview, we parse through the Giants' solid win against the Panthers. In so doing, we laud the defense and the pass ...
Despite the ongoing labor battles, it is a minor upset that Peyton Manning and Tom Brady do not have contract extensions by now as camps begin.
Houston was able to find a stadium sponsor to replace Enron. A city as big as New York should be able to find a sponsor for the Mets' field that is not funded by the American taxpayers.
The draft is the biggest redistributive element of the NFL. In that sense, thirty-two fan bases have something to get excited about every April when the NFL convenes for its annual dog and pony show
The Eagles will probably lose all the games, since if the past 11 preseasons have told us anything, it's the Big Red doesn't give a damn about winning preseason games.
Can an institute of higher learning like MIT find a way to create that Davos-like event for the sports industry on a global basis?
In this episode, in addition to some G-Men talk, we address the recently concluded 2010 Winter Olympics, Saved By the Bell, and our ongoing social commentary on TV commercials.
Has anyone considered that there could be a simple explanation of why Evan Bayh decided not to seek reelection? Could it be that the partisanship he really objected was in sports, rather than politics?