Doctor NerdLove explains that while being physically attractive may help a guy meet women, he still doesn’t get to act like a creep.
“You keep it classy, San Diego.” Ron Burgundy, Anchorman
Sports Illustrated’s football expert Paul “Dr. Z” Zimmerman has stopped writing, but we shouldn’t stop reading him. Here’s why.
Oliver Lee Bateman has some helpful advice for people who can’t seem to keep their sexts to themselves.
Cameron Conaway thinks the New Orleans Saints’ paying for injuries to opponents raises some deep, unsettling questions.
Tom Matlack wants to know: what constitutes infidelity? Looking at porn? Chatting with an old flame on Facebook? Guys weigh in.
If the rules in England applied here, Favre’s name might never have been published in American media outlets.
How do we deal with our favorite athletes as they age and begin to lose their skills?
This might surprise you if you’ve never received email spam, but nearly 50 percent of men wish they had a bigger member.
We know many athletes play just for the money. But when we’re watching a game, we find a way to forget it.
Roethlisberger, like every other egomaniac sports hero, can continue to do whatever the hell he wants—because he can. Because we let him.
The State of the Union in three words, women loving Troy Polamalu, and Hitler re-imagined: the 10 at 10.
Milwaukee is the drunkest city, Tucker Carlson has lost his mind, and compliments turn guys into cavemen: the 10 at 10.
A message on behalf of all women: there’s no camera angle that actually makes that look good.
Breast cancer is a big problem. It’s great that the NFL is contributing to disease awareness, but is it the right disease?
Aaron Traister scolds deadspin for false advertising on its Brett Favre sex scoop.