Quick Thoughts Under the Fedora, Quarterbacks, Portland Antifa, Yes Minister, Stacy Women and Math is hard for Greta

If you are a Patriot's fan you probably like what you see after two games in the new rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham so far after two games. I predict that if he continues to do well we are going to hear the same nonsense about trading Tom Brady as we did in the past about … Continue reading Quick Thoughts Under the Fedora, Quarterbacks, Portland Antifa, Yes Minister, Stacy Women and Math is hard for Greta

Bad News for Patriot Haters Gordon’s Back

Ok so you're a football fan who's thinking, Hey Tom Brady's 41, he's lost Gronk Edelman is hurt and Brady has bunch of no names for targets.  This is our best chance to finally get Brady out of the Superbowl and maybe even out of an AFC Championship game. And then you hear this... Josh … Continue reading Bad News for Patriot Haters Gordon’s Back

CNN on Shootings, Volleyball on TV, Brady on the Pats, debate question and rabbits No surprises under the fedora

Not alot of surprises under the fedora today I'm typing this on Monday at my favorite lunch place that had CNN on one of their TV with no sound. They as you might guess are talking about the two shooters in Dayton and El Paso. Whenever they mention the El Paso shooter the bar at … Continue reading CNN on Shootings, Volleyball on TV, Brady on the Pats, debate question and rabbits No surprises under the fedora

Ok Digiorno, Pizza Hut what’s YOUR position on the NFL Protests?

There have been a lot of snark from a lot of Pizza companies about Papa John's statement concerning the NFL protests hurting their sales. Pizza Hut has bragged that their sales are up , Digiorno's frozen pizza has been trolling them and plenty of people on twitter have followed suit, but if you look at … Continue reading Ok Digiorno, Pizza Hut what’s YOUR position on the NFL Protests?

Papa John’s Says it Aloud (and Pizza Hut Confirms It)

For weeks our friends in media, particularly in the sports media have been doing all they can to make sure that the entire world knows that whatever is the cause of the drop in ratings for the NFL and the empty seats it definitely , positively and just plain isn't mostly connected to the players … Continue reading Papa John’s Says it Aloud (and Pizza Hut Confirms It)

The Statement I would have Given if I owned the Houston Texans

Good Afternoon. I'd like to address the controversy about remarks made by me at the owners meeting in New York two weeks ago. As all of you know the phrase I used has been in common parlance for decades and until I used it there had never been an issue with its usage before, but … Continue reading The Statement I would have Given if I owned the Houston Texans

Tim Tebow is the Obvious Choice to Backup Tom Brady in New England

The New England Patriots shocked their fanbase today trading backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to the winless San Francisco 49ers for a 2nd round draft pick. This means that of the three backup quarterbacks the pats had at the start of the year, none are left, two have been traded and the #4 man Julian Edelman … Continue reading Tim Tebow is the Obvious Choice to Backup Tom Brady in New England

Sin City Is Getting A Whole Lot Hotter (And Why That’s A Good Thing)

I have an online friend named Alison. Alison is smart, witty, and quite attractive. Unfortunately, Alison is also dealing with a pancreas from hell, this manifesting itself in numerous hospitalizations including one at the present time. Prayers for her healing are requested. Alison recently moved to Las Vegas. No, not because she wants to be … Continue reading Sin City Is Getting A Whole Lot Hotter (And Why That’s A Good Thing)

Short an abject Apology to Fans No Meeting Will Solve the NFL’s Protest Problem

Yesterday I argued that the there was an actual reason why the San Francisco 49ers might as well sign Colin Kaepernick (2-10 last year as a starter) as they can't do any worse with him as they have been doing without him (0-6) but there is one other reason why it doesn't really matter anymore … Continue reading Short an abject Apology to Fans No Meeting Will Solve the NFL’s Protest Problem

Five Reasons Why San Francisco Should Re-sign that Dirtbag Colin Kaepernick

I'm not a fan of Colin Kaepernick or his protests.  I think he's a rich dirtbag fraud who has been pushed into this nonsense by his young lady and no concept of actual reality.  I think he's a proper object for a combination of pity for his ignorance and contempt for his actions.   Furthermore I've … Continue reading Five Reasons Why San Francisco Should Re-sign that Dirtbag Colin Kaepernick

By All Means Let Rich Liberals Start the P-Diddy Football League

One of the principles of the Free Market is the idea that if another person thinks the can something better to go ahead and DO it. So when I saw this idea from P-Diddy: I did have a dream to own a NFL team but now my dream is to own our own league! — … Continue reading By All Means Let Rich Liberals Start the P-Diddy Football League

Alejandro Villanueva NFL Products update

As I said a few weeks ago Alejandro Villanueva's T-shirt has become the new best seller around the NFL and the stories of this kept coming. Here was Kerry Picket's take Alejandro Villanueva, the lone football player on the Pittsburgh Steelers who stood during the national anthem Sunday while the rest of his team remained … Continue reading Alejandro Villanueva NFL Products update

Louisville basketball team deserves “the death penalty”

By John Ruberry Last week I wrote this in my own blog about a scandal-plagued state university in Kentucky: "Is Louisville a college with an athletic program? Or is it an athletic program that offers some college classes?" Late last month the shadowy and corrupt realm of NCAA men's college basketball, whose players are nominally … Continue reading Louisville basketball team deserves “the death penalty”

Why You Should Love Hockey Even If You Hate Sports

Although I am a California man, I love hockey and have ever since I was a kid, transistor radio hidden beneath my pillow so I could listen to California Golden Seals game. I was devastated when during my high school years the Seals first moved to Cleveland and then “merged with” (translation: disappeared into) the … Continue reading Why You Should Love Hockey Even If You Hate Sports

The NFL Backlash for Dem’s Begins

A few days ago I wrote that the entire NFL protest business was a trap for Democrats that they cheerfully walked right into: this helps Trump in places that he needs to win again and hurts him in places that he’s doesn’t, while helping the left in places that they are already winning in and … Continue reading The NFL Backlash for Dem’s Begins