Lightning Strike Back In Game Two.

While the stars dominated in game one, the Lightning scored early and often and outlasted the Stars’ late game push. The Stars allowed Brayden Point to get free and he made them pay with a power play goal. They were able keep Point under wraps all first game, and their strategy was to put aContinue reading “Lightning Strike Back In Game Two.”

Philly Gets Rammed By Los Angeles

The inability of Wentz and the Eagles to get into the endzone during the entire second half helps emphasize the lack of development by the Eagles in the offseason. I have long predicted that the Eagles didn’t grow much this offseason, sure they got Darius “Big Play” Slay, who else? The Eagles lack depth, andContinue reading “Philly Gets Rammed By Los Angeles”

Colts Stomp The Young Vikings

Vikings fans, you’ve been spoiled, but not this year. I am not a believer of the Phillip Rivers experiment in Indy, but this week he out played Cousins. Cousins basically handed Indy the win, with 3 INTs, and the Vikings were never in the game from the start. Kirk Cousins had a 15.9 QBR andContinue reading “Colts Stomp The Young Vikings”

Death, Taxes, Lions Choking Vs Packers…

In typical Lions fashion, they take a 14 – 3 lead in the first quarter just to lose it. Every season the Lions seem to scheme well for the Packers early, but Patricia has shown a complete inability to make in-game adjustments to keep his team in the important matches. Aaron Rodgers is usually theContinue reading “Death, Taxes, Lions Choking Vs Packers…”

SEC Season Predictions!

Four New Coaches and eight pre-season ranked teams. The conference is stacked, the teams are stacked, yet we aren’t quite sure how each team will perform this year. Let’s make some predictions. SEC East Vanderbilt: 1 – 9 Vandy’s returning cast is subpar, and the only positive coming with the state of the season isContinue reading “SEC Season Predictions!”

Stars Shine In Game One Of Stanley Cup

The storyline for night one was Dobby’s killer night. Khudobin had 35 saves on 36 shots, and if we’re being honest, should have gone 36 for 36. He was a rock in goal for the Stars. The Stars held the momentum for the first two periods, out-pacing and out-scoring the Lightning. The Stars seemed fasterContinue reading “Stars Shine In Game One Of Stanley Cup”

The Big 12’s Fall From The Power Five

With Oklahoma State University’s struggle with Tulsa this weekend, one has to take a moment to wonder if the Big 12 is a top conference anymore. While Tulsa fans will likely tell you that they’re underrated, they are a 4 win team at best. Oklahoma State is picked as one of the best teams inContinue reading “The Big 12’s Fall From The Power Five”