After what I would call a lackluster second half of the regular season, the Red Sox barely hung on to play for the Wild Card spot. But boy were we in for a treat from this team come time to take the field. The Red Sox have been absolutely electric since postseason baseball began. From … Continue reading Postseason Red Sox are ELECTRIC
It’s easy for Bengals fans to get excited about the future. You drafted a star QB last season and this season you paired him with his favorite receiver from his time in the bayou. I mean just look at the 2019 stats.⠀ 84 receptions ⠀1780 yards ⠀20 TDs⠀ Those are just monster numbers that separate … Continue reading 32 Teams 32 Questions: Did the Bengals Make the Right Choice with Chase?
Baker Mayfield is another polarizing young QB. As fans, we’ve seen and celebrated the highs and lived with the lows. Now entering year four and the final year of his contract, the question stands, should the Browns pay Baker? The biggest argument against paying him, is his 2019 season, where we saw a promising Browns … Continue reading 32 Teams 32 Questions: Is Baker Worth the Money
Tua Tagovaiola is the most polarizing player in the NFL right now. It seems as if there is a clear split of people who still believe from the #tankfortua days and people who are sold on him being a bust before year two. Rookie Stats: 9 starts (6-3) •completion % - 64.1% •1814 Yards •11 … Continue reading 32 Teams 32 Questions: Is Tua the Franchise QB in Miami?
The two major competitive fighting sports, Boxing and UFC, are tarnishing their names more and more with each fight and you should care a great deal. It’s bullshit that actual competitive fighters who care tremendously about the sport are overshadowed by pieces of shit who walk into a ring for some sort for a money … Continue reading Competitive Fighting is Ruining Its Legacy