There's been a charged debate going on about why some people dislike the Super-Bowl-bound, electrifying, controversial quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, Cam Newton. Some simply say it's because he is Black. Other's say it is because of his flashy, hip hop cultural flair.
I grew up near Boston, so I root for the New England Patriots. I can tell you all about the Ideal Gas Law because I pretty much have a PhD in Deflategate, but I can't tell you when the NFL will welcome more gay players, including its first gay superstar. Hopefully soon.
Never have two things so reflective of who we are and where we are as a country come along together.
The Super Bowl host city, San Francisco, will be hosting the awards presentation. Ron Rivera and Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers are leading candidates for Coach of the Year and Most Valuable Player and making it to the Super Bowl definitely helped their chances.
With the Super Bowl just around the corner, playoff season is in full swing (er, pass)! Cheering on your favorite team can really make you work up an appetite. Here are some great burgers, snacks and bites to get your tastebuds in the spirit.
I've been booking comedians for the past 35 years and I have always had the same requirement: They need to be funny. Gender, skin pigment, sexual o...
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It's not easy being a New England Patriots fan. You constantly have to be defending your team's behavior and always have people reminding you that your team has lied and cheated so many times it's hard to keep track of them all. But what does a fan's daily schedule look like on an hour-by-hour basis? We got an exclusive glimpse at an average fan's calendar so you could see exactly what it's like in a day in the life of a Patriots fan.
The inclusion of women within the world of the NFL and professional sports has been a long time coming. While I can't see a woman playing a prominent role on an NFL roster (although I wouldn't rule it out) that shouldn't preclude them from making a valuable contribution within the league.
St. Louis lost the Hawks in basketball to Atlanta, the Cardinals of football to Arizona, and now the Rams. The city loves their baseball Cardinals and their hockey Blues, but the numbers show it just doesn't seem like St. Louis can hold much more.
Is it worth it for underclassmen, i.e. juniors and sophomores, to drop out of school early, with a potential reward of a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract, or do they do so at their own peril later on?
While I sympathize with the residents of St. Louis who are distraught at having lost their NFL team, it is completely appropriate for the Rams to fill the two decade NFL void in the region.
It's the time of year again. The long awaited two games we have all been looking forwards to - even if our favorite team didn't make the cut. It's ...
Only four teams remain as we get closer to SuperBowl 50 in Santa Clara. Championship Sunday will kickoff with Manning v Brady 16! Yep, the 16th time...
While watching the recent NFL relocation charade involving the Rams, Chargers and Raiders play out, I was reminded once again that the fundamental problem in professional sports is that each sport is a self-regulated monopoly.
It's a rigged game whose outcome is as certain the spin of the roulette wheel. The owners win; the localities lose; and the fans are played as pawns in a game of financial wheeling-and-dealing.