This week, we rejoice in the G-Men's drubbing of the hapless Washington Redskins, giving credit to Eli, Bradshaw, Will Beatty, and the rest of the Giants for a job extremely well-done.
There are three more games left to play in the NFL. And things for the NFC could not be more confusing. Two weeks ago the Dallas Cowboys appeared ...
Dwayne Bowe, a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, was recently suspended for four games under the NFL Policy on Anabolic Steroids and Related S...
None of the other games are particularly compelling, so the Vikings are the obvious pick this week.
The Yanks are #1 in payroll, the Phillies #7. The only "low rent" team to make the postseason in 2009 was the Twins. The money gap continues to be a major flaw in baseball.
The Mets have shaken up their coaching staff. And in a startling upset, the entire training staff will return, but they'll change some "medical protocols." Like what, how to actually do medical training?
Cheer up Mets fans, your long national nightmare is over. And look at the bright side. No heartbreaking last day elimination.
Choking back tears, Mr. Favre told a packed press conference in Minneapolis that he was hanging up his cleats once again, adding, "This decision is semifinal."
Recently, I sat down with the Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson. Peterson's athletic accomplishments are remarkable; however, not for his records, but rather for the adversity he's overcome.