The most depressing New York Giants season of the century mercifully came to an end yesterday. After a decade filled with almost nothing but incompetence, it felt like we truly reached rock bottom over the course of the last six weeks of this regular season. Those six weeks included injuries, Mike Glennon, Jake Fromm, the … Continue reading Losers.
After years of public debate, discussion, and controversy—Washington's NFL team will finally have a new name and logo. The team made this announcement on Monday, after completing a "thorough review" that began on July 3rd. Now, I have no fucking idea what that review consisted of, but calling the ten full days that you took … Continue reading Quick Thoughts: Stop Pretending To Be Mad That The Redskins Are Changing Their Name
Well, sports are coming back. Even with the entire country in a necessary state of disarray at the moment, the return of professional sports on television is something to look forward to. To be fair though, I do think it is a little bit dangerous to praise the return of the NBA for being a … Continue reading Basketball’s Back & I’m Excited For Weird-Looking Sports
As we all know, sports leagues around the world are currently in a state of disarray. Even though some organizations in America like the UFC and NASCAR are starting to hold events again—and certain leagues outside of America like the Bundesliga have made a comeback—most of the sports world is still on pause due to … Continue reading Celebrating Our National Sports Lockdown With The Top Ten Worst Sports Moments I’ve Experienced As a Fan
So, ESPN's The Last Dance has obviously been a saving grace for sports fans during this quarantine. The documentary has given us all something sports-related to look forward to and discuss every week, as sports leagues across the country are shut down. The discussions that have stemmed from The Last Dance though, have not been nearly as … Continue reading The Many Problems With Debating NBA Eras – My Take
We might not have a season, but at least we have a schedule. In all seriousness, I have made a conscious decision to remain optimistic about the chances of the 2020-2021 NFL season starting on time/being played at all. Life is pretty bleak right now so why not comfort ourselves with the thought of football … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No. 5 – 2020 Schedule Thoughts and Predictions
I really don't want to write this. It is no secret amongst sports fans that prominent figures in sports media enjoy rehashing the same debates and the same discussion topics over and over again, until their readers and viewers would rather beat themselves with a sledge hammer than see the words "LeBron vs. Jordan" one … Continue reading Quarantine Debates Vol. V: Is Eli Manning a Hall of Famer?
I miss sports. So fucking much. I have been anxiously awaiting the return of live sports in America since all leagues were shut down last month. Like many others, I was glued to my television during the entirety of the NFL draft this past weekend just because it made me feel like sports were actually … Continue reading Quarantine Debates Vol. IV: Which Sport Will Look and Feel The Weirdest Without Fans in Attendance?
I was filled with an incredibly unfamiliar sensation as the 2020 NFL draft came to a close ... I was actually happy with the work done by Dave Gettleman? Like many other Giants fans, I have been a critic of Gettleman's for most of his reign as general manager. Even though Gettleman was hired a … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No. 4 – Post Draft Thoughts
There may be no live sports on television at the moment but at least we have a draft and maybe an NFL season ahead of us. The first round of this year's virtual NFL draft is set to take place at 8PM EST on April 23rd—and while I'm looking forward to the incredible amounts of … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No. 3 – What Should We Do In The First Round?
With March Madness just one week away (please don't fuck that up coronavirus, I'm begging you*), I decided to take a look at the 10 greatest sports days on the calendar each year. Any sports-related days/events that only come around once a year was eligible. Events that do not take place annually, such as the … Continue reading The Top 10 Sports Days of the Year
The New York Mets. The most destructive, problematic, and toxic relationship I've ever been a part of. While this offseason has been a shitshow for the sport of baseball in general, it has been quite the interesting offseason for Mets fans as well. We had to watch out crosstown rival sign Gerrit Cole. We had … Continue reading I’m Ready To Get My Heart Broken Again: The Mets Offseason and Yoenis Cespedes Won’t Speak To Anyone
So, last night Patrick Mahomes led his team to a Super Bowl victory at the very young age of 24. He walked away with Super Bowl MVP honors as well, making him the youngest person ever to win Super Bowl MVP. Just last year he became the youngest person ever to win a regular season … Continue reading Comparing My Life Accomplishments at Age 23 to Patrick Mahomes’ at 24
The last game of the 2019-2020 season is upon us. You know what that means? Only 83 days until the only day on the calendar that the Giants are a relevant team, NFL draft baby. But seriously, the Super Bowl is finally here and I'm ready to eat pigs in a blanket, drink too much, … Continue reading Super Bowl 54 Preview, Pick, and Props
(NFL does not allow their videos to be played on other websites but click the link I provided to view any of these plays) 10. (TIE) Devin Hester Opening Kickoff Return in Super Bowl XLI & Jacoby Jones 109 Yard Return in Super Bowl XLVII Watch Devin Hester Here Watch Jacoby Jones Here I couldn't choose … Continue reading The Top 10 Most Memorable Super Bowl Plays Of My Lifetime
This news broke over the weekend and I've already gone through the steps of hating it immediately, trying to talk myself into it, focusing on all the positives of it and ignoring the negatives, and then inevitably back to hating it. Obviously I understand the thought process of finding coordinators with experience to pair with … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No.2- We Hired Jason Garrett For Some Reason
My record in the playoffs thus far: 4-2-2 Three games left in the 2019-2020 season sounds depressing. It sounds even more depressing when you say “there’s one less game left than the Giants win total for the season.” But there are some good things this year, seeing as two years ago I had to watch … Continue reading NFL Championship Sunday Preview and Picks
Disclaimer: This analysis and these picks are not being given by a smart person. Let’s ride. Saturday 4:35PM. Minnesota @ San Francisco(-7.0) O/U 44.5 Kirk Cousins was not supposed to win last week. Kirk Cousins is not supposed to win this week. Kirk Cousins will not win this week. The 49ers will run it down … Continue reading NFL Divisional Round Preview and Picks
Hand up, I know next to nothing about this man. But hey, ABJG (Anything but Jason Garrett.) The fact that Garrett was even a rumor and many Giants fans, myself included, were frightened of that possibility just shows the state in which this organization is in. (Edit: He might get hired as the offensive coordinator, … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No.1- We Have A Coach
I enjoy gambling. I would say I’m bad at it but I wouldn’t say I’m any worse than the average 20 something white male who follows Barstool, or Bill Simmons, or other sports gambling content online and decided to give it a try and then after a few months/years giving it a try turned into … Continue reading NFL Wild Card Weekend Gambling Picks