I thought I laid it out pretty simple yesterday. I have no beef with the Red Sox or Mr. Jared Colbert himself. It’s not my fault my Mets have surpassed them in the “who’s more relevant” discussion we all have at the water cooler the next morning after a night of baseball. It’s what happens … Continue reading UPDATE BLOG: A questionable tweet, a loss to the Royals, and still silence from Camp Colbert on Red Sox
It’s now early August. Many division races have been decided. The Dodgers have wrapped up the NL West with ease. The Astros have done the same in the AL West. And yeah yeah yeah the Yankees have kinda done it, too...yes, I did just gag a little. With that said, and the Red Sox essentially … Continue reading With the Red Sox out of it, why have we not heard from Colbert?
Look I get it, we haven’t written in awhile. I understand that, it’s just that when I challenged Colbert to do more videos and he told me he was “more of a blog guy,” I thought that meant he’d actually write blogs. But nevertheless, this is important stuff. Last week on the show, we hypothesized … Continue reading Predicting the future is becoming our thing
The Washington football team has a long history of racism and poor decisions. This is why they are the worst professional football team.
The 2018 quarterback class is one of the most highly touted in recent memory, with 4 potential star signal callers being selected in the first 10 picks. Let’s see how they’ve fared so far. DISCLAIMER: Lamar Jackson will not be included, as he has not started a game yet and he’s mostly used to run … Continue reading Ranking the 2018 Rookie Quarterbacks So Far
To conclude this series, we will be looking at the Stanley Cup Playoffs. East: Philadelphia vs. Columbus The Blue Jackets have never won a playoff series in their history. They unfortunately continue that burden here. They’ll give it a good fight, but the Flyers should take this series. Philadelphia in 6 games Pittsburgh vs. Washington … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Playoffs
In part 4 of my NHL Predictions series, we will be looking at the Pacific Division. San Jose: 113 points Wow this roster is good. Like... really good. They made a splash just last week by acquiring Erik Karlsson from Ottawa, and with that addition, this team went from elite to overpowered. He should pair … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Pacific Division
Most know me as the whacky and passionate Mets fan. Always watching the game on my laptop or TV whenever I can, tweeting my frustrations and RARE joy about the franchise, and shouting “Let’s go Mets” at every and any person I see wearing the orange and blue. But it wasn’t always that way. Up … Continue reading Thank You, Captain.
In part 3 of my predictions for the 2018-19 NHL season, we will be looking at the Central Division. Nashville: 111 points The Nashville Predators have one of the top 5 rosters in hockey right now. From top to bottom, this Predators team is loaded. Forsberg, Arvidson, Subban, Johansen, Josi, Smith, Fiala, Turris, Ekholm, Ellis, … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Central Division
Today in part two of my NHL Predictions we will be previewing the Atlantic Division. Tampa Bay: 113 points This Tampa team is loaded with the likes of Stamkos, Kucherov, and Point on offense, Hedman and McDonagh on defense, and Vasilevsky in net. They a ton of depth as well with J.T Miller, Mikhail Sergachev, … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Atlantic Division