Melvin Gordon has told the Chargers he's not showing up to camp without a new contract.
In a "pay me or trade me" scenario, he's saying that he wants to be paid what he deserves, or wants to be traded to a team that will pay him what
Antonio Brown issued a(n empty) trade threat in response to criticism of Sunday's performance.
A former Steelers PR rep, Ryan Scarpino, who worked for the Steelers from 2010-17, tweeted his thoughts, and I guess Brown still follows him and got a little touchy someone went after the king.
Hi all. After a welcome three-day holiday weekend away from the #content mines, I'm ready to return you to the cromulence of my banality. I golfed & drank on Saturday & saw Deadpool 2 & drank on Monday; in betwixt, I soberly crammed in family time with the extendeds. Thanks
Or, "The Reasonableness of the Situation".
Honestly, after how the games turned out, I was expecting far more vitriol than I found.
The Jags were first up
and their fans took it...pretty well.
But, because they were playing the Patriots, like clockwork
and targeting specific people,
along with replaying the
The four Divisional Round games gave us plenty to chew on.
The Falcons getting beat wasn't all that surprising. Still, it engendered two types of reaction:
A) It's the new guy's fault,
B) The refs are against us.
Of course, being Twitter, there's always that one crazy person.
Titans fans, however, knew what to expect.
Honestly, after watching the games this weekend, I really wanted to do the Chargers or the Seahawks. But the Dirt Clippers did themselves with the move to LA, and they both deserve their pain & are all-but-dead to this site, so I don't even want to cover their misery. The
As you've gleaned, I've been away this week. The doctors saw fit to ram another scope up my backside & remove the polyps they found. So, I'm gingerly recuperating. But don't worry - this isn't a "Boots On The Ground" post (because, eww). But there was one match last weekend
Remember - he was on two knees for Jesus.
So, as the season has progressed, more candidates for evaluation have become apparent. When a team is 1-2, it's hard to say that the season might be lost, unless that team comes from Ohio. However, 3-4 gives more credence to the rumours
Normally, I wouldn't touch a 4-2 team for this feature. After all, I prefer to look into the morass of human misery & mine the painful-est rocks. But nothing was more painful on a fan base last weekend than this:
AND THUS THE HAWT TAEKS WERE BORN!
It started so innocently that
Of all the 1-2 teams I could choose, this week seemed fairly obvious to me.
There are four teams at 1-2 that didn't expect to be here at this point, the Saints, Cardinals, Seahawks and Colts.
The Saints would be fun to look at; "Who Dat?" nation is always ripe, and
Anthemgate update: (Anthemgazi? 9-11them?)
Roger Goodell told latte foam inhaler Peter King he is "proud" of the League's response to Donald Trump's "divisive words".
“Aren’t you bothered that the president might be on a crusade against your league?” I asked.“No,” Goodell said. “We live in an imperfect society.
So, it's the start of Week-3 in the N. F. L. The articles are already starting to come out of the journalismism factories
and fans who aren't from Cleveland are already starting to realize they may have backed the wrong pony this year.
There is a list of impressive candidates for analysis