Kobe Bryant once said "The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do", and I'd venture a guess that quote alone did just that. There is no words to say when your own personal hero passes away, just quiet reflection on the… Continue reading "Mamba Out". A Generation Of Greatness That No Longer IS, But WAS.
There are only really 3 available TV providers in Denver, Colorado. Comcast (Xfinity), Direct TV, and Dish Network and out of all those providers guess how many hold the local regional sports network, Altitude TV? None of them, none of the 3 main providers have an active contract with Altitude and seeing as Altitude is… Continue reading The Fans Of The Colorado Avalanche Can’t Watch The Colorado Avalanche, In Colorado While Fans Of The Denver Nuggets, Can’t Watch The Denver Nuggets, In Denver.
Joe Flacco came in like wrecking ball. He came in, and wrecked it all. I'll be the first to admit that I jumped on that hype-train just like anyone who's survived Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler, and Case Keenum carousel of mediocrity. Joe was going to be different, he was our Super Bowl MVP QB, he… Continue reading We Were Wacko for Flacco, Now We Want Flacco To Pack-O.
https://twitter.com/ClayTravis/status/1157858796385050625 https://twitter.com/RealKentMurphy/status/1157817168504983554 Guess what gets the people going? How about setting the bar as a rookie QB by only starting in 13 out of 16 games and throwing for 3,700 yards and 27 TD's (rookie record). How about having a vigorous temperament that leaks confidence enough for a whole league to notice? How about having… Continue reading Baker Mayfield Has Now Become The New King Of Cleveland With One Simple Shotgun.
Guess who's back? I'll keep coming back with these blogs like a recidivist offender. Actually I'm full of shit, it's been since like the beginning of June when I last decided to tackle groundbreaking sports news giving out more hot baked takes than the Food Network. So what's the hot news buzzing around right now?… Continue reading Too Many Chef’s in The Kitchen.
I don't do politics at all. Sports is something I think we all embrace with joy and passion and while we argue non-stop and disagree on teams and subjects there's this unwritten rule that no matter how much we yell at each other it's all out born out of our love for our local teams.… Continue reading Why Can’t We Embrace Political Arguments Like We Do With Sports Arguments.
People all over the internet have trashed Aaron Rodgers for not being able to properly slam down a cold brew. He's taking shame from all angles, being out-chugged by an O-Linemen is one thing, but getting out-chugged by Pete Davidson lookalike Christian Yelich was just embarrassing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2urNsCOh4Ig To make matters worse, even Mathew Stafford decided… Continue reading Aaron Rodgers Can Actually Chug A Beer. It Just Has To Be Through His Butt.
The Golden State Worriers are on their way into the 5th consecutive championship, cue the loud groans from the rest of the NBA world. Come to think of it I was one of those fans letting out a loud sigh of fatigue, from seeing the same damn thing 5 years in a row. As I… Continue reading Golden States 5th Championship Appearance In A Row, And All We Do Is Complain
Well by now everyone knows the results of the 2019 NBA Draft Lotto, also known as "The Road to Zion". A handful of teams coming in with high hopes and high lotto percentages for #1 were all ecstatic of the idea of Zion. Possibly no team or fan base was more excited to get Zion… Continue reading Knicks Fans Lose Out On Zion And The Fans Lose Their Noodles
It's the first time in the history of Denver that the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche have advanced to the 2nd round of the playoffs in the same year. To many outside of the city of Denver this may appear to be nothing more than coincidence and dumb luck. To those who are lucky enough… Continue reading The Tale Of Two Coaches