Jay Mohr tells everyone to slow down with the Aaron Rodgers hate, as we would all still gladly take him as the quarterback of their franchise. Listen, and please stop disrespecting the man.
Mark Davis, Raiders owner, said that the city of Oakland showed disrespect to the Raiders franchise. That has led to the pursuit of Las Vegas as a possible home for the NFL franchise.
The controversial decision to call out Adrian Gonzalez last night in the NLCS has led to speculation about the MLB favoring a Cubs World Series. Clay Travis explains how the odds might be stacked against LA.
JT The Brick thinks that players will long histories of dirty plays should face permanent banishment from the league the same way players charged with serious crimes off the field do.
Every October we are reminded of the fact that the mid-season All Star Game determines the MLB’s eventual home field advantage for the World Series. This needs to change, right now.
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If Chicago secures a World Series victory, they will turn into the Red Sox, and lose all mystique and draw from neutral fans.
If all of the points coming out today are true, Giants kicker Josh Brown should face a minimum six game suspension from the NFL.
MLB analyst who was covering the NLCS Game 4 Joe Buck said that the Adrian Gonzalez replay decision was ruled incorrectly.
Lisa Ann joined us to talk a little fantasy football, her career, and how sports have always remained a part of her life.
Jay Mohr explains why people need to stop piling on Aaron Rodgers.
The fact that technology failed the Patriots for once, and whenever someone against them has the same issue everyone freaks out, shows a double standard.
Roger believes that a few minor details are responsible for the calamitous ratings drop across all NFL programs.
JT and Tomm Looney discuss why Vontaze Burfict is simply unable to prevent himself from committing stupid penalties
One half of Steve Gorman Sports sat down with various Nashville Predators players. Hilarity ensued.
Derrick Rose has been struggling with injuries for a few years now, since his 2011 MVP season, and Knicks fans can expect more of the same this year.
The Indians have done exceptionally well, but Jason Smith believes they are not strong enough to compete with whoever wins the NLCS.
The Dodgers slugger felt that the decision to call him out on a close play at the plate last night was wrong, and took to social media to voice that.
Police docs cause NFL to re-open investigation into Josh Brown
The Giants kicker admitted through journal entires and emails that he did commit domestic violence.