No other position in professional sports produces more me-first, egotistical personalities than the NFL wide receiver.
Running sub 4.4 second 40-yard dashes directly into my free sports comic book Worst About Sports are wide-mouthed wide-outs I call diva wide receivers!
NFL instant replay is anything but instant. Actually, it’s probably one of the most agonizing experiences in all of sports.
That’s why it easily finds a place in my FREE book Worst About Sports.
Lou Holtz’s candid college football coverage carries clout! Viewers are immediately smitten by the outspoken purity of this grandfatherly pigskin pundit and television’s a-typical talking head.
This immovable football wall stood as arguably the National Football League’s best defensive team ever.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Steel Curtain defense of the 1970s totally tyrannized opposing offenses, helping this franchise capture four Super Bowls – IX, X, XIII and XIV – during that time.
The scenario could happen in any football game at any level – high school, NCAA or NFL. If a team is not properly prepared – or lets down its guard defensively – they can run into a figurative buzz saw.
This FREE comic book isn’t intended to scare sports fans.
However, Scary Sports Comics – Volume 5 in my FREE sports comic book series – is a collection of figuratively frightening sports comics meant to entertain sports fans of all ages.
Scary Sports Comics highlights and sometimes lampoons the eerie expressions, creepy nicknames, ghostly references, frightening athletes, intimidating teams and unnerving clichés that comprise our unintentionally scary sports vocabulary.
More than 150 years ago, Major League Baseball became known as America’s favorite pastime.
Prior to TV and the internet and long before the popularization of professional basketball, football and hockey, American athletes and sports fans “passed their time away” watching or playing baseball.
Since its first formal game in Hoboken, NJ back in 1863, baseball has evolved into family friendly sports entertainment.
Major League Baseball has enraptured fans for decades. From Spring Training through the dog days of summer and all the way into the Fall Classic, Americans love their favorite pastime.