This is a couple weeks old, but is still awesome in every way: Dear Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee members, I had the dubious pleasure of reading an article on Yahoo yesterday about Ray
I’m a bit outraged by Paul Anderson’s piece arguing essentially that NFL players have the right to play after they’ve had a concussion. Anderson argues that our national concussion o
Travis Waldron has a very good piece up at Think Progress about the referee lockout and player safety. The National Football League Players Association, a year removed from being locked out by NFL own
As some of you probably know, the NFL has refused to sign a new contract with the referees union and has pulled together crews of scab referee labor. They are terrible. The players are outraged, even
Watching last night’s Barcelona-Inter Milan draw reminded me, that for many people on this planet, the most frightening sight in the world is a 5’4″ Argentinian–born the year after
I would have, as an NFL GM, been a little leery of Peyton Manning; as Bill James once said about signing Barry Bonds after the Giants let him go, “I don’t believe in his future, I’m not conv
From a hermeneutic perspective, the “text” of Manning making aliyah to Denver can be interpreted literally, emblematically, allegorically, didactically, and, not least, probabilistically.
Well, he never really added much value to the Colts anyway. It’s weird that cutting a player who apparently was worth upwards of 10 wins a year to his team is the rational move, any yet it reall