So I want to start this weekly thing where I share my thoughts on the Islanders with no analysis or statistics/numbers, leave that to the nerds. Just going to call it like I see it. So to start off, I only got to watch two games this week because I am a relatively busy dude.... Continue Reading →
Let's lazily assume that my last time sitting down to be a dyed-in-the-wool blogger was May 1st. With considerations for Kaline Sports topics, a whole hell of a lot has happened. Simply put, the Giants stink and the Yanks are on the verge of the Fall Classic. The Fall has been a tumultuous season. I've... Continue Reading →
For those of you that live under a rock, Lonzo Ball made his NBA debut last night. Let's say his performance was prettay, prettay, prettay BAD. To no one's surprise, Lonzo Ball was beyond picked on by one of the biggest pests in the NBA, Pat Beverley. This all stems from his clown of a... Continue Reading →
This guy, man. This guy. I find myself always saying that this guy can't 1-up himself, but he keeps doing just that. The Oilers have been in a slump recently that they were able to kick themselves out of with a win over the Blackhawks last night. McDavid finished with assists on both the goals... Continue Reading →
All great acts go on a hiatus. Life happens. Knee surgeries happen. Career changes happen. The blog is not dead. The Giants may in fact be dead, but the blog that plugs for them is merely in a vegetative state. Brain activity is starting to fire again. Some young thunder cats are back in the... Continue Reading →
Well to my 3 to 5 loyal readers...I am back. I am back to deliver my satisfactory-level takes on the Steelers, Islanders, and really whatever tickles my fancy. I need a way to work out my frustration, and this is my medium for doing so. So the Steelers are bipolar this season. Like many things... Continue Reading →
Editors note: Long have I wanted to incorporate a gambling voice on the blog. It's been a pool I have yet to dip my big toe in. Enter Weber. A masculine boy, a numbers guy--an accounting major at UF. They cast Ben Affleck to play him in the movie The Accountant, and in my humble... Continue Reading →
The Giants draft did not necessarily address the blocking issue the way the fans and pundits would have liked. But they did get better as a football team, and that is sort of worth something.