According to a recent J.D. Power survey, over a quarter of NFL viewers tuned out last year’s games because of national anthem protests.
As the weather turns cold and the mid-season ‘Game of Thrones’ lull sets in, you’ll want to tune in to some excitement, and I’ve got just the thing. It’s a story, of sorts.
Aaron Rodgers dished on football’s disappointing glory, Christianity’s disappointing God, and Colin Kaepernick—which can only mean Rodgers is going to have a terrible season.
‘You feel a little bit helpless. So I wanted to do whatever we possibly could, and I knew that I wanted to get out in front of it quick.’
By this point, you’ve probably familiarized yourself with your league’s scoring system, rules, and any relevant guidelines. Now all that’s left is the exciting part: the draft!
When the greatest rivalry of the last few seasons has been the courtroom battle between Tom Brady and Roger Goodell, it’s not hard to see why fans have grown apathetic.
Colin Kaepernick isn’t just a quarterback. Due to his politicization of the game, on and off the field, he brings more distraction to the team than most players.
Before we start shaming fans for enjoying a hard-hitting sport, consider how much good that sport has done for so many former players, at all levels of the game.
It’s time for football fans to consider the morality of a sport that turns young athletes into middle-aged corpses, racked by dementia and disabilities.
Fewer Americans are watching the NFL because of the national anthem protests, a recent poll found.
Derrick Rose signed a one-year deal with the Cavs on Monday night, solidifying the notion Kyrie Irving’s days in Cleveland may be numbered.
It is a peculiarity for fútbol to suddenly insist on politically correct manners in a sport that has profited greatly from the ill manners of its fans.
Baseball is not and has never been a timed game. Adding a clock would profoundly alter its very character by changing how the game’s outcome is determined.
Malcolm Gladwell serves up a self-serving, near-socialist diatribe with a picture of a lush, manicured private Los Angeles golf course enclosed by a chain-link fence.
Feminists can pretend that Serena Williams is the world’s best tennis player, but John McEnroe may have been charitable in estimating Williams’s ranking at 700.
No, I’m not saying I could win 11 championships with Jordan and Pippen or Shaq and Kobe. I’m saying any of you could have done it, as well.
Should the former Chicago Bulls player get booted from the NBA Hall Of Fame for palling around with North Korea’s oppressive leader, Kim Jong-un?
The Golden State Warriors are an astonishing 15-0 this postseason, a mere win from an historic 16-0 NBA record.
These next seven weeks will give Arena and the U.S. team the best chance to finally right a ship that had strayed off course for a large portion of the last two years.
Bob Stoops’ high-caliber teams brought Oklahoma back into the upper echelon of college football, and made it a consistent powerhouse in the Big 12.
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