The phrase “New year, new me” apparently didn’t seem like a good idea to Houston sports teams, as the city has itself another disgruntled superstar to deal with at the beginning of 2021.
Since we don’t know any better after all of the uncertainty in 2020, let’s try our best to guess what sports fans will be saying towards the end of 2021.
The NFL has been hit hard this season with some extreme injuries to some of its biggest names. Just in the preseason alone, the Cowboys lost their star quarterback Tony … Continue Reading The worst NFL QB situations and possible solutions
So this is my first time writing about basketball since, well, you know… Kevin Durant is a Warrior, and the Celtics are once again the bridesmaid and not the bride … Continue Reading Examining the Boston Celtics Post-Free Agency
With an uneventful 2016 MLB trade deadline so far, at the time this was written, that’s seen a vetoed trade and one lone All-Star deal between the Yankees and Indians, this … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Top MLB trade deadline deals of all time
The 2016 Red Sox are a flawed team. If that fact was not yet abundantly clear based on a half-season plus of poor pitching in both the rotation and bullpen, … Continue Reading Are The Red Sox Really A World Series Contender?
After a kicked cameraman, deflated footballs and everything in between, the world has seen some crazy reasoning for athletes to be suspended. To settle it all, I took a look … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Most unusual suspensions
We’ve come to the mid-season point of the 2016 MLB season, and there are still plenty of questions to be answered about the Boston Red Sox. Namely: are they a … Continue Reading The Red Sox Trade Predicament
While this NBA offseason won’t be as interesting as some hoped it could be a few years ago, this summer in basketball will have huge implications on the future of … Continue Reading Pick-Six: Top NBA free agents to watch
Despite a split in San Francisco and a pummeling of the lowly Twins, the Boston Red Sox entered this week having lost 6 of their last 12 and are in dire … Continue Reading Potential Red Sox Trade Targets and Roster Moves
We’re going to play a little game of mystery player comparisons, because who doesn’t love that? The only criteria you need to know going in is that qualifying players must … Continue Reading The Curious Case of Clay Buchholz
The NHL Trade Deadline closed yesterday and, when the dust settled, despite what many rumors indicated, Loui Eriksson was still a Boston Bruin. The Bruins, who are currently sitting at … Continue Reading Grading The Boston Bruins’ Trade Deadline
Red Sox fans and national media outlets recently went crazy when this picture was taken of third baseman Pablo Sandoval at spring training with some noticeable weight gain: The photo spread … Continue Reading Is Pablo Sandoval’s weight really a problem?
Brad Marchand is 5th in the NHL for goals scored. No, that isn’t a typo and no, you did not read that wrong. As hard as it is to believe, … Continue Reading What Should The Bruins Do With Brad Marchand?
Trying to judge an NBA player based off of one professional season is a fool’s errand. In a league that welcomes in players as young as the ripe age of … Continue Reading Should The Celtics Trade The Brooklyn Pick For Jabari Parker?
With last night’s victory over the Pistons, the Celtics accomplished two things. They distinguished themselves (handily) against a team that was thought to be among the best in the conference … Continue Reading Can The Red-Hot Celtics Make A Deep Playoff Run?