Published by Jerz on 7/31/2014 Imagine coming to work everyday and your boss who even though was a very nice guy expected you to produce miracle results with co-workers who were goof offs or just not very good at THEIR jobs. Imagine every weekly team meeting being the guy talked about the most as the… Read More The “Bear Naked Truth” about Jay Cutler…
This is always the hardest division in the NFL to assess. In true NFC East fashion, there is no clear-cut favorite to win this division. There are still too many questions left unanswered: will Eli Manning regain his confidence and that post season form? Does RGIII bounce back in Washington and live up to the… Read More NFL Early Outlook: NFC EAST
Published by Jerz 7/30/2014 The thing about sports and the fans of them is sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in “hype”. Some people are brainwashed to the point that they forget how easily things can change for the better and for the worse as it relates to the teams they cheer for and… Read More Why fans (and skeptics alike) of Derrick Rose can’t have it both ways…
Published by Jerz 7/28/2014 The NFC North is an interesting division and one that I can say I know very well (as a fan of one of it’s residents). Green Bay has been the toast of the division ever since Aaron Rodgers emerged as the starting QB of the Packers. The Chicago Bears have had… Read More SportzfamLIVE “Camping Out” a look at the NFC North.
Published by Jerz 7/25/2014 The Chicago Bears 2013 season was both memorable and forgettable at the same time. For the first time, ever, the offense was a force to be reckoned with and the defense was an absolute laughing stock. As a fan of this team since the late 70s, I can’t ever remember saying… Read More “Camping out 2014” What BEARS to be on the look out for during Training Camp
Published by Jerz 7/25/2014 The Chicago Bulls have had one of the more interesting off seasons of any NBA team. Fans of the team would’ve bet any amount of money that they were the favorites to land dynamo Free Agent scoring sensation Carmelo Anthony. We all know how that emotional roller coaster ended with Anthony… Read More Why there would be no “Love” lost if the Bulls don’t deal for Kevin Love…
The World Cup has come to an end. Germany claimed the title in a 1-0 extra time victory over a Lionel Messi led Argentina. The victory sealed the dominant run, which the Germans have enjoyed since the tournament began. This tournament has raised the profile of soccer not just worldwide, but in the United States… Read More World Cup 2014 Overview (by Guest Contributor Brandon Walker)
As we prepare to embark on a new-era in college football I can’t help but have the same bitter taste that I’ve had since becoming a fan of this sport over 30 years ago. The new playoff system in some cases will be a better way of crowning the National Champion, but does it really… Read More College Football Playoffs –vs.- March Madness
LeBron James wrote an essay to SI.com basically letting them know that he was returning home to Cleveland. In this essay, he explained why he made his decision, why he announced the decision the way he had, and how this decision was very different from the one he made four years ago. This decision came… Read More Why LeBron Won’t Win A Championship in Cleveland; Why He Doesn’t Have To
The 2004 NFL Draft was the moment that shaped three NFL franchises for many years to come: the New York Giants, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the San Diego Chargers. The Giants and Chargers were both coming off a dismal 4-12 season. The Steelers, a team rooted in winning, saw reality hit, ending their season 6-10. All three teams in desperate… Read More A Look Back: QB Class of 2004 10 Years Later; Hall of Fame Worthy?