Green Bay-Atlanta Gets Flexed to 3:25 pm

NFL announced yesterday Green Bay-Atlanta’s game on 10/30 will be a 3:25 pm start versus a noon game. They’re replacing Arizona-Carolina with this game. First, that’s amazing. If you were to tell me Packers-Falcons would carry more weight than Cardinals-Panthers, I would call you a

Eddie Lacy Sounds Like He Won’t Miss Time

Per ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, some good injury news from Packers yesterday regarding Eddie Lacy. He practiced quite a bit on that ankle yesterday, and it seems like he’s more probable even though that’s not a thing anymore than questionable. James Starks missed practice with a

Auston Matthews Opens His Hockey Career With Four Goals

Shows up, ties skates, sets modern-day record. — NHL (@NHL) October 13, 2016 National Hockey League opened up their season yesterday, and one of the young stars of hockey, Auston Matthews of Toronto Maple Leafs, knew how to make an impression. The second overall

Tapping The Keg Podcast Episode 207: Defending Mike McCarthy’s Conservative Offense

I’m a little under the weather today so this is the only blog coming from me during the day. If I feel up to it, I might knock out a few later tonight, we shall see. Podcast talks about Bucks Classic and Kenny Bone to

Even Year Magic Strikes Again & Takes Down Cubs, 6-5

What a game. It’s bar close and a baseball game just finished up. What an amazing game with so many ups and downs that end with San Francisco surviving for one more day. Giants pull out a 6-5 13 inning win on a Joe Panik

The Big Tiger Tease

Tiger Woods announced last Friday he would be playing in the Safeway Open. The golf legend announced today he’s not returning to golf this weekend. He needs a big spin zone after this one. Tiger isn’t ready is a fine excuse, but then, why commit

Farewell to Big Papi

.@davidortiz tips his cap to @fenwaypark after his final game #RedSox #WBZ — Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) October 11, 2016 Not the way any of us wanted to see David Ortiz end his career. Boston gets swept out of the playoffs by their former manager’s

Ken Bone’s Legend Grew As The Day Went On

What an electric day it must have been for Ken Bone. Can you imagine what his life has been like since like 10:00 pm last night? Like his phone blowing up left and right with interviews, people he hasn’t met and his friends just all

Badgers on Bye: What Else Happened in Big Ten

With Wisconsin on bye, let’s check out what happened across the Big Ten landscape on Saturday afternoon. Michigan 78 Rutgers 0 – No words to describe this kind of ass-kicking from Michigan. They dominated Rutgers in the worst way possible. Scarlet Knights got their first