When I initially read about the deflated footballs a few hours after the AFC Championship game last Sunday, I smiled and shook my head. “Belichick! … Again,” I said to myself. I sounded like Jerry Seinfeld grunting, “Newman!”
Inspired by the latest alleged shenanigans of the New England Patriots, I got artsy and satirized one of our great American classic rock songs, “The Weight.” Sing along, friends.
Does Rex Ryan remind me of Peter Griffin? Absolutely. Is Rex reminiscent of Homer Simpson? There’s no question.
Wouldn’t it be something if pro sports were kept accountable by widespread legalized gambling?
Many have criticized the New Jersey governor for carrying the flag for an out-of-state team. Not me.
It is fitting that the pro basketball team that calls Manhattan its home is as overpriced as the city itself. Sell your tickets, Knicks fans. Sell them quickly.
Coming off the heels of their 30th loss — their second 10-game losing streak since Nov. 24, I asked for help describing how futile this Knicks season has become. I took to social media, asking followers and friends to complete the sentence: “The Knicks are so bad, they … . “
Here is my list of the top 14 most intriguing sports stories of 2014.
Now that Rex Ryan has been evicted from his extended stay on the coaching hot seat, there is a vacancy. Don’t bother checking rates on Trivago or Kayak. I understand there is a reservation being held for the Knicks’ Derek Fisher.
In the spirit of George Carlin’s “Things That P-ss Me Off,” mixed with the holiday cheer made famous by Jerry Stiller, I want to air my grievances about sports (in no particular order).
How much longer will we have to wait before we use the same device to order a live Knicks/Nets broadcast, episode four of season six of “ALF” and a sesame chicken combination platter?
Picture this: Small planes carrying banners circling the workplaces of each of those involved in the “Fire John Idzik” campaign, stating their personal failures.
Two years ago I was nearly killed in a car accident. And like Panthers quarterback Cam Newton this week, I shared my newfound zest for life on social media.
The word has been on my mind since Monday, when I read a story about which NFL teams are most hated in each state. Every once in a while we need a reality check.
Charles Dickens, 155 years ago, wrote about the best of times and the worst of times. The language has been shortened, but the meaning is the same. We’d rather root for LOL than SMH.