Recent Off-Field Sports Talk Eclipses On-Field Sports News

Of late, the off-field sports news originating from well known athletes has spoken far more loudly than their actual on-field exploits. Instead of great plays by great athletes capturing ESPN Sports Center highlights, chippy chatter, crazy conspiracy theories, inane attempts … Continue reading

Minnesota Vikings’ Peterson Receives Twitter’s Inaugural NFL Award (Satire)

(Satire) Last night Twitter, the world’s pre-eminent micro-blogging social media site, presented its inaugural NFL Twit Head of the Year Award for reckless remarks to Minnesota Vikings’ All Pro RB Adrian Peterson. Twitter initially planned to award the gleaming NFL … Continue reading

Cincinnati Bengal WR Chad Ochocinco Changing Name Again (Satire)

(Satire) In a surprise move, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is legally changing his name for a second time. At first, speculation surfaced that the mercurial No. 85 was reverting to his originally given birth name, Chad Javon Johnson. … Continue reading

Reggie Bush’s Heisman Decision Prompts Other NFL Promises (Satire)

(Satire) Widespread speculation surrounding the NCAA’s investigation finding that Reggie Bush and his family accepted cash and gifts from fledgling California sports agents prompted the 2005 Heisman winner to return the venerated Trophy. The New Orleans Saints RB star’s surprising … Continue reading

Albert Haynesworth Passes Redskins’ Test (Satire)

(Satire) Washington Redskins’ defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth finally passed his mandatory conditioning test yesterday at the team’s practice facility in Ashburn, VA. Haynesworth successfully completed two sets of back-and-forth 25-yard sprints, passing two dozen buffet tables laden with barbequed ribs, … Continue reading

Let’s NOT Be Fooled Again!

OK, football fans, let’s NOT be fooled again……..when the NFL announces that another by-gone generation of geriatric, gyrating rockers will be entertaining us during future Super Bowl halftime celebrations. Expecting to see myself and feel myself mesmerized by rock luminaries … Continue reading

Football’s Instant Replay

Football’s instant replay is anything but instant. Seems like you can read all 1,990 pages of President Obama’s new Health Care Reform Bill…twice…faster than it takes a ref to acknowledge a challenging coach’s red flag, run over to the sidelines, … Continue reading