Next Fantasy Football

August 8, 2011By ChrisSports No Comments

Football found a way to split 8 billion dollars just so that I have something to do on Sundays. How nice of them. Football season means fantasy season. It’s free, it’s easy, it’s a PPR league. Join us. If you don’t know what PPR is maybe don’t join us. The draft is Monday night August … Read More

Jersey War – The Greatest #12 Ever

August 1, 2011By sullySports 8 Comments

So the NFL Lockout is over, and I’m going with a number that you see on some of the greatest players in the NFL. The QB who made the most famous guarantee in sports history, and one of the all time greats who came frustratingly close to the title again and again. One of the … Read More

I <3 the NFL

July 27, 2011By sullySports No Comments

I tried to pretend I was indifferent.  And I may have actually convinced myself that I would not be bothered by a missed NFL season.  I felt taken for granted, and even rejected, as it was clear what I wanted was immaterial.  It was obvious to me what the other parties would gain if they … Read More

The Downfall Of Society

July 11, 2011By CoachMusings By Mark, Sports 9 Comments

Is that headline a little strong? Maybe but over the weekend I noticed an interesting phenomenon that I feel speaks volumes about where we are as a society.  As we all know over the weekend Derek Jeter reached 3,000 hits at Yankee Stadium.  A historic day for all Yankee fans and sports fans in general. … Read More

To Hell with your Lockouts!

June 30, 2011By sullyGeneral, Sports 11 Comments

Surely, I am not the only sports fan that gets a little crazy about lockouts in professional sports.  It is, ultimately, a betrayal of the connection that exists between a loyal (cash spending) fan and a private business that is financially dependent upon that loyal fan cash.  The Patriots exist, in small part, because of … Read More

This Day In Sports History

June 27, 2011By CoachSports 2 Comments

Hey guys Coach here.  I saw this today and figured I’d share.  On this day in sports history “Iron” Mike Tyson beat the living crap out of Michael Spinks to become the youngest ever world heavyweight champion.  Spinks would never fight again after the brutal beat down which only lasted 90 seconds.  I posted the … Read More

In Defense Of Lebron

June 13, 2011By CoachSports 7 Comments

Hey guys Coach here.  On the heels of last night’s epic failure by the Heat I felt it necessary to post something in defense of Lebron James.  There’s no shortage of people ready to pounce on Lebron but before you do you should ask yourself if all the hatred is truly called for.  Let’s first … Read More

A-Rod Keeps It Moving

June 6, 2011By CoachMusings By Mark, Sports No Comments

In a story that is truly shocking, at least to this blogger, I read over the weekend that Alex Rodriguez has broken up with Cameron Diaz. If a strong young couple like that can’t make it than what hope do the rest of us have? Poor A-Rod just can’t seem to find love. He has … Read More

Jersey War, Part 2

May 16, 2011By sullyGeneral, Sports 5 Comments

Time for another Jersey War. In honor of the next generation of NBA HOF players now taking the center stage, I went with Derrick Rose’s #1. Could I have picked Durant, LeBron, or Wade as inspiration? Sure. But who is to say we won’t see another number featured soon? #1 is an interesting number, shied … Read More

.500!

May 16, 2011By CoachSports 1 Comment

Hey guys Coach here.  I just have to take this opportunity to congratulate that scrappy underdog team from the north on their series sweep of the Yankees.  To think a team that is so scrappy can rise up and defeat a team like the greedy, big spending, and just downright mean New York Yankees in … Read More