Jon Stewart gave us one final lesson on Bullshit. In the NFL, bullshit resides at the top, but it’s not everywhere. — Last night, on Jon Stewart’s last performance on The Daily Show, he called on us the viewer to actively sniff out Bullshit. To be vigilant. Bullshit is everywhere. There is very little you will […]
Cleveland Browns Punter Andy Lee had 8 days with his daughter and it changed his life. Meanwhile, the NFL continues to mettle with its fluid version of the “integrity of the league” in this edition of the Friday Sports Dump. — To say the NFL had a bad season last year would be an understatement. […]
“You are part of the team now, dude.” – Dwayne Bowe
One day we will look back at this week as progress for human equality. While there’s some who refuse to step forward, professional teams in Cleveland step up for children in need.
The NFL sideshow has finally come to a halt. At least before Letroy Guion was found with 357 grams of marijuana and $190k in cash. Oh NFL, next September can’t come fast enough. On to the Friday Sports Dump.
Josh Gordon’s bold open letter to his critics reveals that he is a thoughtful and emotional young man. But is he right that he is being unfairly criticized? As Patrick Sallee explains, the proof will be in his actions.
What’s an NFL dad to do, when his toddler son picks two other “favorite” NFL players? Kick the boy out of the house of course…
Nate Owens decided he would become a Cleveland Browns fan just like his dad. Talk about a way for a man to get his heart broken.
Yes, the Browns won Sunday. Still, Patrick Wensink questions the trade that sent Trent Richardson to the Colts and wonders what other swaps the hapless franchise is considering.
Ryan Bradley previews the upcoming NFL season, beginning with the AFC East and North.
Last year, Patrick Wensink drank too much at his fantasy football draft. He wound up with a team full of Cleveland Browns.
Faried said, “I have two moms and I love them both very much. I respect, honor and support them in every way.”
Interested in mingling inconspicuously with the natives from the Mistake by the Lake? Bridget Callahan’s got some can’t-miss tips for you.