The NWSL to Return amid Positive COVID-19 Tests

Sports fans rejoice! The restart of the American professional sports scene commences in three days. The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) will return to action June 27, 2020 at Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, Utah for the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup. The league kicks off its first action of 2020 with an International-style round-robin tournamentContinue reading “The NWSL to Return amid Positive COVID-19 Tests”

Kobe

Growing up, brisk spring and summer afternoons were filled with backing down the defender, giving the shoulder shimmy with a turn-around jump shot, “5…4…3…2..KOBE…1… buzzzz…it’s good!” “KOBE” dominated my obsession of driveway buzzer beaters. It did not matter if I was on the left elbow, right baseline or twenty-five feet away, I always imagined myselfContinue reading “Kobe”

In Defense of Making the Redskins the Choice for Hard Knocks 2019

Hear me out – bring out dysfunction and reset the clock as to when the team can return. Oddsmakers put the Redskins at the top of the board when it comes to the likely team to be selected for the fourteenth season of the HBO series ‘Hard Knocks‘ and it is OK. In 2013, NFLContinue reading “In Defense of Making the Redskins the Choice for Hard Knocks 2019”

Connelly Rejected The Wizards, Now What?

With Tim Connelly rejecting the offer to run the Wizards, someone has to take on the sinking ship “Loyalty and Patience” is a driving factor behind Tim Connelly’s subtile rejection of the Washington Wizards offer to run the franchise to stay an executive with the Denver Nuggets. Connelly, a DMV native, was a sure lockContinue reading “Connelly Rejected The Wizards, Now What?”

Jay Gruden Should Be Frustrated

Cue the denials and cue the fat lady because the Washington Redskins have a near zero chance to succeed during the 2019 NFL Season. With the report coming this morning from Eric Bickel of The Sports Junkies on 106.7 The Fan in Washington D.C., the Redskins have not involved their coach in their decisions. TheContinue reading “Jay Gruden Should Be Frustrated”

DeSean Jackson Wants to Play for the Rams, obviously, but what does it say about the Future of Football?

At this point, what player does not want to play for the Los Angeles Rams and compete on a lesser contract to win it all. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson reveled that he would like to play for the Los Angeles Rams on The Simms and Lefkoe Podcast on Tuesday. It was suggestedContinue reading “DeSean Jackson Wants to Play for the Rams, obviously, but what does it say about the Future of Football?”

What’s Likely for the 2018-19 WizKids?

The 2018-2019 Washington Wizards could be marred by their off-season of not rebooting the franchise and signing Dwight Howard, or who knows – maybe everything works out Another season, another enthusiastic start of basketball season but a monotonous feeling is all too familiar. The Washington Wizards start their season Thursday against Miami and we areContinue reading “What’s Likely for the 2018-19 WizKids?”

The Wizards Are…Better?

NBA Free Agency kicked off July 1st and by the time we all got to work on Monday, the big dominoes already fell. The King, Lebron James, signed a four year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers and Paul George signed a 4 year deal to stay in Oklahoma City with the Thunder. But beforeContinue reading “The Wizards Are…Better?”

2018 NFL Mock Draft

My 2018 NFL Mock Draft is all for fun. Just as a note because it seems like people start going nuts for mock drafts, I am not a scout nor am I a president of football operations.  That should not have to be said but the climate makes it happen. Take a walk down theContinue reading “2018 NFL Mock Draft”

Carlos Beltran – Not the Next Yankee Manager

Carlos Beltran just closed the curtain yesterday on his 20-year major league career, capping it all with a World Series title with the Houston Astros. Beltran, 40, has been rumored to become the next manager of the New York Yankees. General Manager Brian Cashman has not ruled out the possibility of hiring Beltran noting thatContinue reading “Carlos Beltran – Not the Next Yankee Manager”