Um……call me crazy, but this does not compute.
The Titans were No. 22 in the waiver claim order, which is determined by 2010 win-loss records. ESPN.com’s John Clayton reported Tennessee was the only team to submit a claim for Moss.
I’m pretty sure the Browns could use talent at wide receiver. Talent of any kind whatsoever.Full Story... →
Because where else can you get paid to be a headhunting jackass.
Harrison’s agent, Bill Parise, had told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that his client was “very serious” about retiring
In other news, Sarah Palin was also very serious about being governor of Alaska. You can just hear the conversation with his agent.
“Dude, I knocked out their best player! How awesome am I!”
“You’re so awesome, James.”
“How do I milk this some more?”
“Feign outrage, James.”
“Yeah. Means pretend.”
“Oh, ha ha ha, yeah, that. I’ll pretend to retire.”
“Genius, James! That’ll get you on […]Full Story... →
As a self-respecting Browns fan, addicted to watching every game no matter how pathetic, I of course saw the two hits James Harrison put on Joshua Cribbs and Mohammed Massaquoi in Sunday’s Browns-Steelers game. Harrison got fined $75,000 for the hits, and instead of considering his whiny ass lucky for not getting flagged on both plays for personal fouls and thus ejected from the game, Harrison is complaining about how he can’t play anymore if he has to live under the threat of suspension. As are other NFL defensive players.
Cry me a fucking river. If you can’t play football […]Full Story... →
I make it my business to find redemption stories, for obvious reasons. I found one in my own election returns. Another one is playing out nationally, and it intersects nicely.
At every given point since 1999, my beloved Cleveland Browns have scraped the bottom of every barrel for quarterbacks to bring back the magic of the Bernie Kosar era. They’ve all sucked. Big time. With clock-like regularity. When Michael Vick got out of prison, few voices in Cleveland, if any, even hinted at Vick signing in Cleveland to play for a team whose signature fan base is called The […]Full Story... →
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