Well it finally happened. The New York Jets finally traded one of the best cover and the best holdout corner in the National Football League. I personally think that it’s about time; if for no other reason than the Jets needed to kind of clean house. Continue reading “New York Jets Have A Chance To Make Things Right, Revis Will Get His Chance In NFC South”
Baseball’s toughest division got a whole lot more exciting as the top two teams (Nationals and Braves) made additions. While the Nationals have the better overall ball team, the Braves could be right there with them again in October. The Phillies are still in the mix, but their best shot will be for a Wild Card spot. The Mets have some work to do while the Marlins, well, need some form of a clue. Continue reading “The Locker Major League Baseball Preview 2013: National League East”
$5.9 million dollars.
To me, that sum of money would change lots of things. Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t think I was done working or anything, but I will say it would make a lot of things a tad easier. Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2013: Bobby Bonilla Logic And How It Encompasses A Decade (And More) Of New York Mets Misery”
By now we all know that Wes Welker will no longer be catching passes from Tom Brady. Welker, who was franchised by the Patriots last season, signed with the Denver Broncos for two-years, $12 million dollars. Continue reading “Bill Belichick, New England Patriots Benefit From Geography, Not Moves Like This”
Enough with the spin, I know a fourth place team when I see one. Continue reading “Major League Baseball Offseason 2012: Allow Me To Be That Cold Shower To The Toronto Blue Jays Plans”
I know what A.J. Green meant, and I can assure you it was nothing more than a passing comment.
But when New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle decided to up the ante with his response to Green’s assessment that the Giants have “a lot of holes” in their defense he opened a can of worms he may well regret this Sunday when the two teams meet in Cincinnati. Continue reading “National Football League 2012: New York Giants Antrel Rolle’s Words For Bengals Star AJ Green Could Come Back To Haunt Him”
Adam Cubbage welcomed The Lady Sportswriter Kim Nash to discuss last weekends biggest games in College Football, the ramifications of speaking your mind as a teammate, and how Georgia-Florida will make things a lot clearer in the BCS picture.
It was the perfect backdrop for a day of college football.
Finally, that crisp autumn air was a little “nippier” and it was starting to feel like something special was going to happen. Continue reading “Nightmare In Dixie: Atlanta Braves, Georgia Bulldogs Give State Of Georgia Their Worst 48-Hours In Sports History (Part 2)”
It isn’t enough for Mark Richt’s fifth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs to defeat the sixth-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks. They have to do something far more drastic Saturday evening.
They need to beat them soundly and without much mercy. Continue reading “NCAA Football 2012: University of Georgia Needs To Make A Statement With Win Over Spurrier, South Carolina”
It was only a matter of time before Tony Romo does what he normally does statistically on a big stage.
Playing on a national stage and in the home of the defending world champion (and bitter NFC East rival) New York Giants, Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys played the role of party stoppers in grand fashion. Continue reading “Tony Romo Shows Poise, Precision In Cowboys Opening Night Win Over New York Giants”