The Amazing Story of the “Never Miss a Super Bowl” Club

At the time of this writing, there have been 55 Super Bowls played to decide the champion of the National Football League. Since 1967, the champions of the AFC and NFC have faced off to determine who can claim the title of world champion. Since the inaugural matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs, three gentlemen have been witness to the … Continue reading The Amazing Story of the “Never Miss a Super Bowl” Club

The Whirlwind of Tom Brady’s “Retirement”

Tom Brady needs no introduction in the sports world. Brady has a list of accolades and accomplishments that resemble the length of a CVS Pharmacy receipt. These accolades include winning 7 Super Bowls, 5 Super Bowl MVPs, 3 NFL MVPs, and passing for more yards and touchdowns than any other quarterback in NFL history. He has accomplished these over 22 seasons with the New England … Continue reading The Whirlwind of Tom Brady’s “Retirement”

Cowboys vs. 49ers Preview: Keys to the Nickelodeon Matchup

On Super Wild Card Sunday 2022, the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers face off with hopes of making it to the Divisional Round and, eventually, making a Super Bowl appearance. This game will also be the second annual game to be simulcasted on Nickelodeon. Last year’s Wild Card matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears the was first iteration of this now … Continue reading Cowboys vs. 49ers Preview: Keys to the Nickelodeon Matchup

Top 10 Worst Trades in Sports History

Since the inception of professional sports leagues, teams have engaged in the act of trading players and personnel with each other. Trades are executed for numerous reasons, such as the hopes of a new player improving a team, dumping contracts to save money, or gaining assets through acquiring rising star players or draft picks. In an ideal and equal world, both teams should receive exactly … Continue reading Top 10 Worst Trades in Sports History

Antonio Brown Removes Jersey, Leaves Field During Game

Updated Jan. 7, 2022 12:44 p.m. On Jan. 2, 2022, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traveled to MetLife Stadium to take on the New York Jets in a Week 17 matchup. The Buccaneers were 11-4 and had already clinched the NFC South division, while the Jets were 4-11 and limping to the end of the NFL season. Despite the gap in records between the two teams, … Continue reading Antonio Brown Removes Jersey, Leaves Field During Game

Top 10 Sports Conspiracy Theories

Sports is riddled with conspiracy theories. As long as there have been organized sports, there have been accusations of cheating, collusion, and conspiracy. Professional sports is no different. There have been numerous situations throughout sports history where moments seemed too good to be true. There have been other moments tarnished by rumor of ongoings behind the scenes. Here are ten of the biggest conspiracy theories … Continue reading Top 10 Sports Conspiracy Theories

Looking at the Coincidences Between Alex Smith and Joe Theismann

On Friday, May 1, 2020, ESPN aired a documentary about NFL quarterback Alex Smith on its series E:60. This documentary showed the process Smith had to go through just to walk again after his gruesome leg injury in the Washington Redskins’ Week 11 home game against the Houston Texans. In the game, Smith was sacked halfway through the fourth quarter. With two Texans falling on … Continue reading Looking at the Coincidences Between Alex Smith and Joe Theismann

The Story of the Philadelphia/Pittsburgh Steagles

In 1943, the United States was in the middle of World War II. Every able-bodied man in the country that could pass their physicals was overseas taking on the Axis of Germany, Japan, and Italy. Famous athletes from the National Football League, Major League Baseball, and the National Hockey League were being recruited to help fight the evils in Europe and the Pacific. With the … Continue reading The Story of the Philadelphia/Pittsburgh Steagles

Bottlegate from a Fan’s Perspective

On December 16, 2001, the Cleveland Browns, with a 6-6 record, hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars in a week 14 matchup with playoff implications. The Browns, who returned to Cleveland only two seasons prior, were on the verge of their first playoff berth since 1994. With a win over the 5-8 Jaguars, their hopes at the postseason would look good. However, with an unprecedented decision by … Continue reading Bottlegate from a Fan’s Perspective

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft the Wrong Player

The first round of the 1982 NFL Draft was memorable for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but for the wrong reasons. The newest franchise in the NFL at the time just came off of their second-ever playoff appearance. At the 17th overall pick, the team had an opportunity to improve and to keep growing. But, a draft that began with excitement and opportunity ended in disaster, … Continue reading The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft the Wrong Player