It was the week of the Etch A Sketch, but apparently the Internet made comedy out of that so fast that there was nothing left for the late night shows...
Broncos fans have lots of reasons to be deliriously and unapologetically excited. In fact, even more exciting than the man that will be the Broncos' quarterback in 2012, is the man that won't.
The NFL came down hard on the New Orleans Saints for their bounty system to knock opposing players out of games. Good for Goodell. He sends a strong message that this crap doesn't belong in the NFL, or anywhere else for that matter.
In Tim Tebow, I trust. Indeed, you might even call me a Jew For Tebow. Having been born in New York City myself, I feel it is my honor and duty to possibly welcome Tim to his new home town: New York City resident.
Is Peyton Manning afraid of the unknown? Is he afraid of facing new defensive strategies? Are we supposed to honor him as the greatest quarterback of all-time because he chooses to play against most of the teams he has met before?
Peyton Manning hit a home run in his introductory news conference yesterday in Denver. He said it's all about hard work and winning. Period.
In the story of the 2012 offseason, the Peyton Predicament is coming to a conclusion. Peyton Manning has agreed to join the Denver Broncos, setting in motion movement to come for Tim Tebow. Here are ten thoughts on Peyton's soft landing in Denver after his turbulent exit from Indianapolis.
Bobby Valentine, for the first time as manager of the Red Sox, will face the Yankees tonight in Tampa. He'll say something juicy for sure.
Today I stumbled upon one of the most intense videos I've seen in my short life. As a mother of a three month old, I would die, now and here, to spare...
What if he was an outspoken atheist? Would he be comfortable speaking out about his values in the first place? How would America respond? Would we be having the same conversation?
Sure, it's fun to talk about Lin, Tebow or any other player that has beaten the odds to become successful, but we can't forget that we are on the same exact mission.
Love in the Bible, like love in our everyday lives, is important, complicated, and too powerful and mysterious to be fully defined or grasped by any of us.
As a Hindu who espouses a non-dual worldview, I understand intellectually that God is on, in and of the field. But it wasn't until last Sunday, while watching the Super Bowl, that I was jolted out of my TV-induced zombie state to experience it.
Tim Tebow is a superstar masquerading as an underdog. He's been a winner at the highest level his entire life. Should we really be surprised that he's a winner in the NFL, too? Lin, however, is the ultimate underdog.
For every one of us eager to claim Lin in our racial draft, there's Lin himself, shrugging off the portentous hype because he's too busy making love to pressure to tangle with Asian American identity politics.
When coaches evaluate and break down players during practices and showcases they look to see how balanced they are and if the balls of their feet are on the ground.