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Bearistocrats! at Fuck Lions (4:30, NFLN)
Technically, this one does count as a varsity contest. The line is down to Fuck Lions -5 (ML +195 FOAR Chi****), so it seems maybe the sharps think it's somewhat likely Fat Stafford's hand blows up, and/or
Yes, winter can bite my fat white ass.
In my neck o' the woods, we had snow and ice this weekend, and most of it is still on the ground. That's because it's still cold as shit. I live in the south, dammit. This isn't supposed to happen. Or at least
The expected became fact this morning, as Ben McAdoo & GM Jerry Reese were both fired by the Giants.
Reese can claim to at least have contributed to the Giants recent Super Bowls, so his tenure wasn't an abject failure but simply a collective one.
Steve Spagnuolo will
It's with a heavy and angry heart that I write this. As I noted on NSNO.co.uk, the creatures that live under rocks have won. It is not enough for them to have Brexit and Trump, no. They had to come for my Everton, too. I can not, and will not
Pete Carroll confirmed what most of us already knew: Kam Chancellor is not returning in 2017.
The neck injury is just too bad.
Mike McCarthy defended Mason Crosby's attempted record of a field goal attempt, a decision which help the Steelers get back into the game Sunday night.
Yes, our long winter of discontent beckons. Blech.
We jump straight into the 10:00 window, there being no early match. Which kind of sucks. Anyway, NBCSN brings you Man U hosting the surprisingly competent, 9th position Seagulls of Brighton & Hove. CNBC has alternate viewing, in the form of Spurs hosting
Spending holiday time alone is fucking great. Even if the footy action is a wet fart in a paper bag that has seen better days.
Our erstwhile Fuck Lions started things off, and oh my, they did not have the Turkey Day performance boost they usually have. Only a series of
After the "games" we sat through today, we finally get a decent matchup tonight. It's too bad that we have to endure the incoherent ramblings of Cris Collinsworth, but we all have crosses to bear.
In non-football news, UCLA has fired Head Coach Jim Mora Jr. Thus begins another cycle of
Blech, the Turkey Day schedule Gods are much kinder.
At least one can wake up to the Premiership again, and to a classic North London Derby, 3rd position Spurs v. 6th position Arsenal (7:30, NBCSN). 4 points separate the sides in the table, and the Gooners look capable of getting back
Seriously, when I looked at yesterday's schedule, there was not one game that I was interested in watching. Steelers-Clots wasn't even available in LA. We were instead given the merde-pourri of Vikings-Redacteds, Cowboys-Falcons, RAMMIT-Texans, and Shitty Clippers-Jaguras. And then on Sunday night, we were given Pats-Broncos? Yeah Right. Now that
Yes, my friends, it's time to rekindle some hatred-based good times from our childhoods. Ain't that always a hoot? No Euro-Lesser Footy, as they's on international break, yet again. SIGH.
Michigan State at Ohio State (Noon, Fox)
These teams are right next to one another in the rankings (12/13), but the spread
Yes, it's coming early this year, but Bedlam! nonetheless.
First, the rolly-ball varietal. Stoke City and Leicester start us off (8:30, NBCSN), with the time zones still all fucked up and shite. Stoke are really awful, Foxes slightly less so. Alarm not set. Newcastle and Bournemouth somehow pass for NBCSN's "feature"