The curious case of Taysom Tebow

Bear Grylls has a Netflix show out, "You vs. Wild", that is not too different from the show that made him famous. It is an interactive show, where viewers can decide his fate by choosing the path on a quest of survival (now you can help him not drink his own urine). For example, in… Continue reading The curious case of Taysom Tebow


“Bailed Out” Somehow this video came across my youtube searching. Maybe I was looking for it. You know those moods where you are looking for a fight. The head line of it caught me - NBA Players Bailed Out In The Clutch. Hooked. I fell right in cause I knew it was a lie. The premise… Continue reading “Bailed Out”


Is Jerry Right? Agreed, Jason Romano, it is ironic, but it is also not the same game anymore... or was it ever that important to have the leading rusher? From 1969 there has only been four times when the rushing champ was on the championship team. Emmitt Smith did it three times, 1992, 1993, and 1995. The… Continue reading Is Jerry Right?


NFL Passing Leaders

The NFL has continued to push the league towards offense and points - primarily fueled by passing - which is more appealing to the general audience. Its been expedited with continued rule changes, inventive offenses, and deeper analytics. Just a week or so ago, the NFL passed rules to allow for review of PIs and… Continue reading NFL Passing Leaders


Tyson v Douglas

February 11th has come and past. You may not have noticed it, but it marks one of the greatest upsets in sporting history. In 1990 Mike Tyson was 37-0 at just ripe age 23 years of age. He was the Heavyweight Champion of the world and everyone was afraid of him. He was angry and… Continue reading Tyson v Douglas