New Fantasy Felons League Measures Players by Arrest, Probation and Jail Times

August 23, 2011

Expanding on the Fantasy Sports fad, a new league allows participants to draft athletes who score points through criminal misconduct.

If You're Happy and You Know It Go On Parole

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Building a Big Three in NYC

February 23, 2011

In their attempt to build their own Big Three in order to compete with the three elite teams in the NBA, the New York Knicks traded a team for Melo and that Chauncey fellow.

#2 of a Big 3

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Hines Sight

December 2, 2010

Veteran Pittsburgh Steelers WR Hines Ward made his opinion about the NFL known. They may or may not make sense. Depends on your definition of “sense”.

A Man of Many Wards

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NFL Players Solidarity Gesture Nonsense

September 10, 2010

Last night the NFL season kicked off as the defending Superbowl Champion New Orleans Saints played the Minnesota Favres in a rematch of last year’s NFC Championship game, yielding the same result: a Saints victory.

Before the game, however, players on both teams made a statement by holding up one finger as a solidarity gesture. The move was intended to show that the NFL players union is united (duh, asĀ  “union” implies) in the intense debate over a new labor deal with NFL owners where both sides will end up with a ton of money.

The NFL money fight is front & center instead of behind closed doors, where it needs to be. Fans who supply the league with dollars want to see football, not financial frustration.

Unfortunately, the fans don’t get a chance to collectively give the middle finger to the entire NFL: players and owners alike.

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Bye Week Success

November 16, 2009

Considering the Giants had the day off, a lot went their way. Not only did the team not lose, but the Eagles and Cowboys did… which is always nice.

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