Carson Wentz will presumably be the starting quarterback for the reigning champion Eagles once the season starts in week 1. On September 9th, almost nine months after his season ending knee injury, Wentz will go against the Falcons in a rematch of last years Divisional Round game. How will he fare? Continue reading “Carson Went Looks Ready To Start Week 1”
Are you one of those tools who think championship rings determine every sports argument? Do you honestly think Robert Horry is better than Michael Jordan? If this is your only argument, please keep reading. To those who know better, thank you. Lets take a dive in the ring department. Continue reading “Are Rings Being Overvalued in the NBA?”
The NHL looked to have the right idea when they made an expansion team in Las Vegas. The Vegas Golden Knights destroyed any expectations of what an expansion team is supposed to be in their first season. Instead of losing, they made it to the Stanley Cup Finals where they unfortunately lost 4-1. Raiders owner Mark Davis looks to move his “beloved” Oakland Raiders to Vegas as well. So, why not either move a team to Vegas, or create an expansion team? Continue reading “Las Vegas Should Get an NBA Team”
Look at that face (not you Terry Bradshaw). So pretty. Oh, and what’s that? The Vince Lombardi Trophy. Cool, cool.
As we know, when Jimmy Garoppolo was traded to San Francisco last October, it left the Patriots with one QB: Tom Brady. At age 40, Brady was suddenly the present, and the future. Jacoby Brissett was traded in September, and with Jimmy gone, there was no safety net, no succession plan. Indefinitely, at an age so far along in the history of the sport, Brady had a clear hold as the starter.