Ron Rivera Fired By The Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers have fired head coach Ron Rivera after nearly 9 seasons at the helm. Former New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell will serve as the interim coach for the rest of the 2019 season. New owner David Tepper said in a statement “I have a great deal of respect for Ron and […]

Los Angeles Chargers Open To London Move

According to a report from The Athletic, the L.A. Chargers and the NFL have a mutual interest in the Chargers relocating to London as the first ever NFL franchise to be located outside the United States. The report claims that the Chargers are fully committed to moving into the NFL’s new $4.5 billion dollar facility […]

Washington Nationals Capture First World Series in Franchise History

The Washington Nationals made history Wednesday night winning their first ever championship in franchise history, including when the franchise was the Montreal Expos. They defeated the Houston Astros 6-2 in game seven in comeback fashion like they had done virtually all season. This World Series marked the first time ever neither home team won a […]

New York Jets Not Happy With ESPN

The New York Jets lost to the New England Patriots Monday night at home, 33-0. As if that wasn’t bad enough, their quarterback who was exposed on the field, got exposed off the field by ESPN. The Jets allowed quarterback Sam Darnold to wear a mic for the game as requested by ESPN, who mic […]

Patrick Mahomes Knee Injury Update

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes came into Thursday Nights game with an ankle injury, and left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury. The Chiefs had been struggling losing two in a row at home before defeating the Broncos Thursday night, but now they might be without their star player for […]

Lampard Praises Young Stars As Chelsea Wins

Last summer, Frank Lampard took over as manager of his former English Premier League club, Chelsea Football Club (CFC). This time he finds himself in a campaign different from CFC’s past. Chelsea was handed a transfer ban last season and is not permitted to buy players until the summer window of 2020. So, for Lampard […]

What Does California Senate Bill 206 Mean For The NCAA?

On Monday morning California Governor Gavin Newsom approved Senate Bill 206 (SB 206) which will officially give collegiate athletes in California the opportunity to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL). The bill goes into in effect in 2023. Athletes Win This is a major win for college athletes in the state, and it […]

ESPN Adjusts Monday Night Football Graphic Mid-Game

Every football fan’s favorite Monday night of the year is week 1 of the NFL season where ESPN’s Monday Night Football has not one, but two feature games to open the season. Unfortunately, for ESPN, the start of the first game was not positive. Their new scoreboard graphic was roundly criticized. Throughout the first half […]

The Best Fantasy Football Roster Of All Time

As August rolls into September, preseason football rolls into the regular season. Throughout the month of August, the hype train of fantasy football is at an all time high, with proclaimed experts giving their opinions on who is this year’s best or worst and who’s a sleeper pick. At the end of the day, fantasy […]

Raiders and Packers Nightmare in Winnipeg

The Oakland Raiders hosted the Green Bay Packers in Winnipeg Canada on Thursday night in what was the first NFL game played in Canada since the Buffalo Bills faced the Atlanta Falcons in 2013. The problem on Thursday night was that the field wasn’t suitable for an NFL game. The two teams played in the […]