Your “Satan Has Taken His Toll, And He Took It Out On Me” Monday Evening Open Thread

NFL News: The Cardinals have hired Steve Wilks, Panthers 2017 Defensive Coordinator, as their new head coach. He also interviewed with the Titans and Giants, likely as Rooney-rule fulfillment. Pat Shurmur is expected to become the Giants new head coach. It's his second crack at being a head coach. His

Your Yeah Right family Battle Royale Open Thread

We have DJ Taj and his New Orleans Saints going up against Yeah Right and his Minnesota Vikings for the right to go to the NFC Championship Game. Let's go to The Tale Of The Tape! Cooking skills: Advantage Yeah Right Writing while on unknown substances: Advantage DJ Taj QB: Advantage DJ Taj RB: Advantage

Your “One More Monday Night Game? But It’s JV NFL? Whatever…I’LL TAKE IT!” Monday Evening Open Thread

NFL News: Your new Bears head coach is Matt Nagy. He is/was the Chiefs OC in 2016. Prior to the Chiefs, he was with the Eagles from 2009-13. He played QB at Delaware, and spent 5 years in the Arena League. SHOCKING: Richie Incognito is being accused of dropping some

Your “Whoops – I Forgot” Thursday Evening Open Thread

NFL News: Either Shady is lying or he's Wolverine: He says his ankle isn't as bad as first thought. He does admit it's difficult to cut. There is a former Bills RB familiar with cutting difficulty he could ask for advice. Proving the wheels on the bus do go round

Your “Ugh, Wasn’t 2017 The Worst?!” Black Monday Evening Open Thread

Hey 2017, So, let's see how 2018 is unfold--    Dammit! It hasn't even been a whole day yet! NFL Notes: Friday announcements: Seahawks CB Justin Coleman wasn't fined for his leap into the Sally Ann kettle during the Hawks-Cowboys game last week. Davante Adams signed a 4-year, $58 million extension with the Packers.

San Diego’s Greetings: A Very BOLTMAN X-Mas

EXTERIOR - QUALCOMM STADIUM FIELD - X-MAS EVE As the sun sets on the city of San Diego, a lone figure walks from the home team's locker room of the deserted stadium at a meandering pace. A few lights flicker on as darkness falls, casting the field in odd, ever creeping

Your “All Eras Must End” Monday Evening Open Thread

NFL News: NFL officiating & rules are again in focus this morning: Gene Steratore's crew in Oakland had two national spotlight moments last night. The first was the index card. Steratore said the card "reaffirmed"  the call on the field: "The ball was touching the pole. I put the card

Tomi Lahren’s Final Thoughts: Heroes of Unlikely Skin Colors

Well, I do have some final thoughts on the Week 15 NFL side. Somehow, even though the league initials stand for No Fans Left, foolish advertisers are still paying gobs of money to see ungrateful athletes execute pre-determined game plans that results in rigged game outcomes! Think I'm wrong? What's

Your “Where’s My Inhaler?” Wednesday Evening Open Thread

NFL News: Suspension updates: George Iloka's has been reduced to a fine. The appeal was based on Brown landing crooked & turning his head prior to the hit, making helmet-to-helmet contact almost unavoidable. The Chiefs have suspended Marcus Peters for Sunday's game. because he left the field of play while

Your “Beaten Like A Government Mule!” Tuesday Evening Open Thread

Well, last night's game turned into the shitfest most of us feared it would become. Stupid me thought that, with both teams having implications from a loss, they'd keep it clean for the good of their season. Expect suspensions to be announced later today or by lunch Wednesday. Smith-Schuster and

LA Football Report – Post Thanksgiving Farts edition

Here we are, once again, to see where we are on the LA football landscape. Everything seems to be coming up Millhouse for good ole LA as we have three teams in first place and the other just landed the biggest fish in the NCAA coaching pond. There is a lot

Your “The Official Flavour Of The 2017 NY Giants” Monday Night Football Open Thread

NFL News: 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