Monthly Archives: June 2017

Would Coach Favre Actually Work in NFL?

Brett Favre did an interview with ESPN’s Jason Wilde and Mark Tauscher on Thursday. The biggest takeaway from the wide-ranging sitdown was Favre would like to coach in the National Football League. Coach Favre would not want any sort of head coach or executive role

Jim Irsay Casually Puts Porn on Twitter

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay is having quite a week on Twitter. Irsay got ‘hacked’ trying to pick up a porn bot earlier this week, and then tonight, he followed it up by tweeting out a very pornographic image. That’s not a great thing to

Chase Anderson’s Injury Crashes Brewers’ Second Half

Chase Anderson has been one of the best pitchers for Brewers this season. He’s been a pleasant surprise for the team as Anderson led the rotation this year with dominating stuff. Anderson pitched like nearly an All-Star. Brewers who haven’t had much distress when it

PODCAST Episode 243: NBA’s Summer Takeover

NBA is taking over the summer, and the podcast reflects that idea. We’ve been doing so much NBA in the past couple of weeks. Why? It’s the hottest thing going right now. It’s hard to explain, but there are so many great NBA things happening

Guy Fieri Disappoints A Nation With Donkey Sauce Reveal

We don’t talk enough food on here. In a perfect world, I would have 11-14 blogs per day with different things of the written and video form. But guess what? I have a full-time job among other things, so that cannot happen. I do love

Can Vince Young Go Away Forever, Please?

No one milked his short career in the National Football League than Vince Young. Sports Illustrated did a big piece with the former Texas great this week, and it’s picking up some steam. Mostly for the comment about Ryan Fitzpatrick still having a job in

Brewcap: Guerra’s 2016 Dream Is 2017 Nightmare

Junior Guerra was one of the best, if not the best, story of the 2016 Brewers. A journeyman right-hander delivered with an amazing season earning him Opening Day starter honors in 2017. Guerra suffered a calf injury derailing most of the first two months of

Bucks’ Front Office Continues To Show A Disconnect

Milwaukee Bucks made quite possibly the biggest news dump of 2017. They’re getting quite good at it. Gery Woefel reports that Billy McKinney and Chris Gilmartin, two longtime Bucks scouting personnel, are leaving the team along with a few others due to pay cuts. Milwaukee’s

Bill Russell Will Forever Be The Best NBA Big Man

Awesome moment at last night’s NBA Awards when a group of legendary NBA big men – David Robinson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquile O’Neal, Dikembe Mutombo and Alonzo Mourning gave Bill Russell an NBA Lifetime Achievement Award. As the group of players were to give Russell his

LaVar Ball Is Made For Pro Wrestling

Okay, y’all know I’m not a big LaVar Ball fan. I’ve made that pretty clear throughout the year or so he’s been a thing. Ball appeared on Monday Night Raw in his first pro wrestling appearance, and I have to say he may have a