Who Cares? Not the NFL
October 2, 2022
Does the NFL really care about its players?
Watching the Tua Tagovailoa situation play out over the last week surely makes it look like they do not.
We have all seen the images of Tagovailoa getting up after a hit last Sunday, start to…
What have we learned?
September 25, 2022
As the warm breezes and bright sunshine of Summer crash head first into the cool nights and colorful falling leaves of Autumn, college football has reached the one third mark.
Summer faded and Autumn arose. September is…
I’m no Einstein, but I know this is insanity
September 17, 2022
Albert Einstein was a smart man they tell me.
Big Al said the definition of insanity was doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Yet the Pittsburgh Steelers continue to run Mitch Trubisky out there to…
Pittsburgh steals win but it comes with a steep price
September 11, 2022
The Pittsburgh Steelers played one of the craziest opening games I can ever remember watching. Maybe one of the craziest games period.
The game perfectly fits the movie title, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Mike Tomlin may be no Clint…
A line that offensive could steal Pittsburgh’s thunder
September 4, 2022
The standard, man, the standard.
Barring injury, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense should be very good. Maybe exceptionally good. Maybe.
The skill positions are loaded with talent. George Pickens may turn in to the Steelers best wide…
Why not let the future start now?
August 28, 2022
When Terry Bradshaw retired, the Pittsburgh Steelers became a cautionary tale of how not to replace a Hall of Fame quarterback.
Finally after 20 years, Ben Roethlisberger walked through that door.
It wasn’t that the…
College Football 2022 Preview
August 20, 2022
Well, we sure burned through that summer quickly.
Here we sit staring down the barrel of another college football season. The offseason was filled with all sorts of contentious topics.
- The transfer portal overflowed with players…
Here We Go
August 14, 2022
I loathe NFL preseason games.
Fake hype from announcers trying to treat the games as if they count.
Players I have never heard of and won’t hear from ever again.
The games are just tedious and for the most part meaningless.…
The Pirates are failures at rebuilding
August 7, 2022
The Pittsburgh Pirates have been rebuilding for 30 years now.
Not one giant rebuild, but many small rebuilds that have mostly failed miserably. Take away 2013-15 and the organization has been one giant failure. Even during those three years …
It’s all in the cards
July 31, 2022
I miss having a reason to like baseball.
In its current state —and with my rooting interests lying with the Pittsburgh Pirates— I find it quite difficult to sit through an entire game. Oh I have done it this season, but it was more out of…