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KJ’s Fantasy QB Curse

August 21, 2007

Much is made about the Sports Illustrated cover jinx, the Campbell’s Chunky soup coincidence, and most often the Madden Curse. It is true that every year since EA Sports has produced their game with an NFL player on the cover (Prior to that, they always put Hall of Fame Coach and NFL commentator John Madden […]

NFL All Embarassment Team

August 14, 2007

This is dedicated to new commisioner Roger Goddell and his new policy of player conduct. So here is the team of the best NFL players who have been or are in trouble with the law or the League. Offense QB: Michael Vick (Dog Fight Kingpin): Vick’s ability to play quarterback not in question, most assuredly […]

Boston: City of Champions

August 12, 2007

Yes, this is extremely premature. In fact, it’s the Boston sports fans who are most aware of this fact. However, when your town is home to David Ortiz, Tom Brady, Kevin Garnett, Manny Ramirez, Paul Pierce, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Randy Moss, Ray Allen, Adalius Thomas, Curt Schilling, Bill Belichick, Josh Beckett, Asante Samuel, Jonathan Papelbon, Eric […]

Speaking of Football Players In Trouble With the Law…

July 19, 2007

Remember This! http://www.jibjab.com/view/113910 Featuring Favorites “Oh Snap; I didn’t see nothin’ ” “I didn’t kill no motherfuckin’ Lion” “Leave the Man Alone…He didn’t take your fuckin’ puppet”

Do the Right Thing, Roger.

July 17, 2007

With the recent suspensions of Tank Johnson, Chris Henry and Pacman Jones, new NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has flexed his proverbial muscles. Now, star quarterback (and I use the term quarterback loosely) has been indicted by a federal jury, a more serious legal issue than anything that has happened to the aforementioned trio. Let’s get […]

Philadelphia: City of Losers

July 17, 2007

Philadelphia is the city that birthed a nation, but unfortunately has a history of losing from there on out. At the dawn of America, the city of brotherly love was the largest and most prosperous city in the country. Then little¬†by little that status was taken away. New York took the capital in 1789 creating […]

NFL All-Underrated Team

July 8, 2007

The term “underrated” is thrown around way too often in sports, particularly the NFL. In some cases (see: Hines Ward) players have been labeled underrated so often that they’ve become overrated. Regardless, with the NFL season still months away I need to write something about the league, so here you have it- The NFL All-Underrated […]