After a win like that, what's to quit?! I'll find something I'm sure. But this Titans fan/Peyton Manning fan is happy happy happy today!
Where to begin on the Tiger Woods fiasco? Finally, something the control freak couldn't control. He should have pulled a "Letterman."
Nate Robinson of the Knicks fired a 3 point shot into the wrong basket against the Nets the other day, but it came after the buzzer. Can't the Knicks get anything right?
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...
Dumbest call ever? Best play by a backup safety ever? Worst call in New England history? I'm not sure what I'd call it, but we one thing we can definitely call it is ANOTHER Colts win!
In this Week 10 Bye Week special, we rejoice in the Giants' good fortune during their week off.
On the undercard Yuri Foreman won the WBA Super welterweight championship. He's studying to become a rabbi. A boxing rabbi. Is that kosher?
The announcers were unanimous in saying the Patriots were crazy to go for it on 4th down. I hate to say it, but I think Belichick's move might have made sense.
The advanced stats back up Belichick. 38 yards in field position is not worth giving up a 60% opportunity to keep Peyton Manning on the sidelines.
The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints are still unbeaten and both teams have perfectly executed their mission so far this season, as their pla...
The drama heading into week 9 couldn't get any better. Good teams are riding losing disastrous losing streaks, perfect records are on the line in Ind...
Eli Manning just had two bad games in a row: What if he goes in the other direction from "pretty good" to "average," and not the step forward to "excellent" that we're all banking on?
The Yankees will probably clinch a playoff spot on the first day of fall. Detractors will say "sure, they bought themselves in." But to be fair, they've been buying and buying since 2000 and it hasn't paid dividends.
We are so afraid of randomness that we are willing to pay exorbitant fees to ivy-league educated Wall Street suits to tell us "if xyz happens then you should buy abc."