Week eleven in the NFL saw some good, some bad, and everything in between. From blowout victories to notable injuries, to, yes…helmets being removed and used as weapons. Let’s see who caught the eyes of Austin, Tyler, and Anthony this week! Continue reading
Anthony Smith | November 16th, 2019
If you told me about three weeks prior to the start of the 2019-2020 NFL season that I’d be writing an article on the Colts’ future at quarterback, I’d have laughed at you. We all know what happened: Andrew Luck, beaten and exhausted beyond repair, retired at age 30, breaking Colts fans’ hearts worldwide. The Colts have a relatively well-rounded roster, one that was expected to contend for a Super Bowl with Luck at the helm, but alas. Insert Jacoby Brissett, who has performed admirably this season. However, an important question remains – is he the answer? Let’s look at some options. Continue reading
At last, the 1972 Dolphins can breathe easy. No undefeated teams remain. The MVP race is as hot as ever, and in week ten, we once again saw some spectacular showings and some major letdowns. Let’s jump right in with our week ten awards! Continue reading
Anthony Smith | November 3rd, 2019
You may be used to seeing my name on NFL articles, but I might actually be a bigger UFC fan, believe it or not! I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to write a little bit about what a stacked card UFC 244 was. Without further adieu, let’s look at some winners and losers from Madison Square Garden’s massive card Saturday night.
Happy Halloween! The NFL trade deadline was scary-bad, in the sense that nothing exciting happened. In week eight however, we did get some intriguing talking points. Let’s see who impressed, who disappointed, and what stories need some attention. Continue reading
We’re seven weeks in. The Niners and Patriots are still undefeated, the Drew Brees-less Saints keep rolling, and Aaron Rodgers is still a man among boys. We’ve also learned a bit more about some bottom feeders and underappreciated teams. Let’s dive into week seven awards, shall we? Continue reading