Welcome back! Last night, the NFL decided we had had enough close quality games and decided to force feed the nation the not-at-all anticipated matchup of the Patriots vs the Giants.
True, the Giants have beaten the Patriots in two Super Bowls, but this wasn't a Super
Oh, kids! I was scanning YouTube last week (Wednesday, to be exact) looking for the latest How To Drink video and I saw an ad for a familiar friend: Temptation Island. When I clicked on it, I realized that it wasn't really so much an ad but the entire first
Welcome back! Last night we had the NFL's second attempt at scheduling a decent game on Thursday Night: the Los Angeles Rams against the Seattle Seahawks. Did you know they throw fish at a market in Seattle? What a world! I wonder what the LA equivalent
Welcome back! Last night we had the NFL's attempt at scheduling a decent game on Thursday Night: the Green Bay Packers against the Philadelphia Eagles. It was actually successful!
For those of you that stayed up with us and participated in the Live Blog, you witnessed the Packers battling the
Welcome back! Last night we had the Prototypical Thursday Night Football game. The one. The only. It could only be the Jacksonville Jaguars vs the Tennessee Titans. The game no one wants to watch on Thursday Night.
For those of you that stayed up with us
Welcome back! Like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, we return each year in the hope that Thursday Night Football will be better. Last night we got the Carolina Panthers against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a NFC South showdown that was delayed by lightning, degenerated into a political
So, that was a game last night, wasn't it? Contrary to popular opinion, that was a real football game that counted in the standings and not just another pre-season game that season-ticket holders were forced to pay full price for.
For those of you that stayed up with us and
So, like many of you, I'm sitting here watching TV and I see things that make me say WHAT THE.... (please note they don't let me swear in the first 40 words).
Anywhoo, I figured I'd start a new occasional series of posts having to do with the weird things in
Welcome back to Balls' Saturday Open Thread Madness (trademark pending)!
Because I was born in Mexico and I like bugging Americans that don't like soccer, here is tonight's Liga MX schedule (all times Pacific and home teams listed first):
5:00 PM - Tigres UANL v León (Univision, TUDN) (Match of the Round
Good morning everyone! Today is a VERY busy day of sports action. Not only do we have a full complement of fútbol action, today is also the first full day of college football!
On Thursday, I outlined for you the fútbol games taking place this weekend. Something I did not note,
INTERIOR - CHARGERS WAR ROOM, MIRA MAR, CA - MIDDAY
MAJ. TOM TELESCO: [Walking in] Good morning Tony.
COMM. ANTHONY LYNN: Morning Tom.
RADIO: Ghost Audience, we have an unknown aircraft entering our airspace. Vector 405 for bogey.
TELESCO: Who's up there?
LYNN: Rivers, Gordon, Bosa and Allen.
EXTERIOR - THE SKIES ABOVE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
CAPT. RIVERS: YOU BETTER ASK SOMEBODDDDDYYYYYY
INT. RECORDING STUDIO - DAY
A disappointed-looking PRODUCER is seated in front of the console, talking on the phone.
PRODUCER: ...and of course I'm not a doctor Mr. Brown but I really don't think more cryotherapy is the answer.
ANTONIO BROWN: [inaudible]
PRODUCER: [sighs] Well, yes, your football career really must come first. I guess