August 1, 2023
In “The Bar” we looked at the realistic additions the ACC could make in expansion talks. With Sony Michel retiring we discussed the struggles of UGA RBs in the NFL over the last decade and we wrapped by telling you what it will take and why the Rays need to legitimately make a run at Justin Verlander.
November 5, 2022
In “The Bar” we handed out or Halfway Honors in NFL as we hit the middle of the season. We still like the Bills to win the Super Bowl but we are riding a dark horse to the Super Bowl in the NFC. We looked at the SEC plan to investigate the increase of fans rushing the field after wins. The solution here is actually really simple. We wrapped by telling you why Gonzaga leaving the WCC is a good thing but the BIG 12 is the wrong conference.
January 24, 2022
In “The Bar we looked back on the greatest Divisional Round in recent memory. Josh Allen elevated his stature in a loss and Aaron Rodgers, well, did not. The Overtime rules are front and center again. There is actually a simple solution for this. We wrapped by looking at why calling kickers “not real football players” is just bottom barrel rhetoric now.
January 21, 2022
In “The Bar” we examined the players that have the most to gain and most to lose in the NFL Divisional Round. Four of the Five are QBs. There is a petition circulating that is asking the NFL to move the Super Bowl from Sunday to Saturday. We told you why this is just a bad idea from a business stand point. Rays ownership was dealt a big blow when MLB nixed their dual city plan. We looked at what is next to baseball in the city of Tampa/St Pete.
January 14, 2022
In the Bar we laid out our Post-Season Predictions and what hour Super Bowl Hierarchy looks like. Now that Georgia’s 41 year drought is over we explored the next three teams that are now due. We wrapped by looking at misfire that the MLB Owners and PA have when it comes to priorities.
October 25, 2021
With Halloween upon us and the resurgence of Michael Myers in Halloween Kills, my mind started to wander. Who is the Michael Myers of the NFL? Not in the murderous serial killer way but in the unstoppable, slow methodical efficient destruction of everything in his path sort of way. After much thought it dawned on…