Month: October 2009

Lee-Thal Weapon I

Granted, it’s only one game but still…what a game it was. Cliff Lee dominated the Yankees in a 6-1 win. The most impressive part of his performance was the considerable ease in which he did it with. As illustrated in this picture from the700level.com, it was simply child’s […]

The Ultimate Challenge

Mission Possible begins for the Phillies tonight in the Bronx when they try to take down the mighty New York Yankees in the World Series. While either fanbase will be massively disappointed with defeat, the true losers are Cleveland Indians fans. The Indians managed to trade away two […]

Week 7’s Face of Defeat

[picapp src=”2/d/6/4/Chicago_Bears_v_dcf3.jpg?adImageId=6728377&imageId=6912140″ width=”234″ height=”340″ /] A couple of weeks ago all seemed to be going well for the Chicago Bears. After back to back losses to Atlanta and Cincinnati, Lovie Smith and the Bears could be in store for a rocky season. Not only did Chicago’s prized offseason […]

Two Minute Warning – Certified

As we stand days away from a potential Phillies-Yankees World Series and the biggest sports fan battle to hit the east coast in decades, it is time to issue a test. I’m declaring open season on all fraudulent fans; and as they say on the streets, let’s not […]

Once More With Feeling…

The Phillies slammed the Dodgers 10-4 to repeat as National League champions and get back to the World Series. Now, Philadelphia aims to become the first National League team since the ’75-’76 Reds to repeat as World Series champions. The Reds swept the Yankees in order to do so. […]

Young James.

[picapp src=”4/7/0/d/6f.JPG?adImageId=6225425&imageId=2336387″ width=”234″ height=”357″ /] Jimmy Rollins became just the third player in MLB postseason history to get a game-winning extra base hit with two outs. The Phillies are one game away from back to back World Series. However, the last win is always the toughest. Go Phils!!!

The Trouble With Washington

The Washington Redskins are a boring franchise. It’s in their nature and who they are.  Don’t get me wrong; obviously their franchise has been littered with characters over the years from former owner George Preston Marshall to George Allen and to John Riggins. Yet, the fun rarely materializes […]

Video of the Day: Tom Goes Boom

Tom Brady took advantage of a simply dreadful Tennessee Titans secondary on Sunday in Foxborough, helping New England devastate the Titans 59-0. Brady became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw five touchdown passes in a quarter and ended with six on the day. That is how […]