That’s why you should make your kids watch the Super Bowl.
No opposing player or fan has ever liked a showboat in sports since the beginning of time, and now that showboat goes to the Super Bowl.
Whether you’re rooting for Peyton Manning or Tom Brady this weekend says a lot about you.
Football bets not only come with better odds, but each game will provide you with three hours of entertainment.
Not even Donald Trump can hold a candle to the ratings of the NFL playoffs.
Time to bring out the Magic 8 Ball to call NFL plays.
Whether made by players, coaches, or fans, here are this year’s top sports blunders.
Tom Brady and Hillary Clinton are a match made in scandal heaven.
New documentary ‘Can We Take a Joke’ explores how outrage mobs have ruined our ability to recover from tragedies and reduced the genuine assistance victims receive.
Donald Trump, I think you’re a brilliant provocateur and super-smart man. That’s why I’m telling you to buy the New York Yankees.
Let’s use the power of laughter to grieve over the San Bernardino tragedy.
Here’s a Thanksgiving trick: Bet on a few football games, make a few bucks, and your family will seem way cooler in the long run.
The Cleveland Browns are giving Johnny Manziel, the most controversial backup in league history, a six-game audition.
It seems to be the rage on college campuses to rewrite history because reality makes some people cry.
Buffalo Bills fans have the highest blood-alcohol levels in the league, finds a new study.
New ‘Daily Show’ host Noah Trevor moves a bit to the center.
Fifty years ago, comedians like Sarah Silverman understood the difference between a joke and a hate crime, and so did college students.
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