The higher the cost to own pro sports franchises, the tighter the squeeze on sports fans. Prices rise for tickets and ballpark beer. Even 99 percenters who couldn't care less about sports end up paying more.
My continuing belief is that the Colts and Manning will part. The Colts know Andrew Luck is their future; moving on with him is a reasonable and understandable business decision. Organizations need to evolve.
There's nothing like a traffic jam to point to the fact that a bash is gonna be packed. When the four lanes of traffic is backed up for blocks in both directions and the host is Miami Heat DJ Irie, packed is only half the given.
In the continuing story of the 2011 Eagles season, we see flashes of excellent play, which then go AWOL for several weeks.
The Giants seem to be entering their typical end of season slide. The Cowboys are always a risk to implode. And being at home doesn't seem to help them.
"Happy Valley" got rocked by a sex scandal this weekend. A former Penn State assistant coach, Jerry Sandusky, was arrested and charged with 40 counts of assaulting eight young boys over a 15-year period.
It makes sense for a fan to want his or her team to purposely lose games. It makes absolutely no sense for a fan to think such a situation has even the slightest chance of actually occurring.
This week, the Eagles host the 49ers. Working in the Eagles favor will be the fact that kickoff will feel like 10 a.m. to the 49ers.
Bush is at his best when moved all over the field to create match-up problems for the opposing defense. The key to getting the most from Bush is placing him in a variety of locations.
In the midst of the post lockout, free agency frenzy, Saints fans have undoubtedly been bracing themselves for the "Bush-Whack."
Peyton Manning may go down in history as one of the best quarterbacks of all time, but his team is struggling to meet his contract demands.
When the Bills beat Miami 17-14 this week, I had two reactions. First: Fabulous! Now I can enjoy Football Night in A-mer-i-caaa without sulking. Secon...
Sunday's game wasn't great. Not only did we lose to Miami (15-10), we lost at home. Somehow, those losses always hurt the most. It hurts even more when you're there.
Racist questioning of a white NFL player should not be used as some sort of perverse justification for the maltreatment of anyone, including Dez Bryant.
I met Ricky Williams in the summer of 1997 when he was playing professional baseball for the Single A Batavia Muckdogs in the Phillies' farm system.
Bryant has endured a lot. He's been labeled in the media as a slacker who skips practices. He was declared ineligible last season by the NCAA for lying about having conversations with Deion Sanders.