Monthly Archives: January 2013

NFL Concussion Issue; Who’s Right?

When I decided to start working on an article about the Concussions in the NFL and litigation of former players against the NFL, I had one thought in mind. I was of the opinion the players had “assumed risk” of playing a violent game and really didn’t have a basis to attack the NFL with a lawsuit. Then I started doing a little bit of research.

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Media Day at the Super Bowl usually is a circus. Mostly to see media member from around the world ask inane questions to the players, hoping for a magical soundbite. Usually, there is nothing said of interest at this quagmire. But this year was different.

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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss made a bold proclamation at Media Day, saying he was the best receiver of all time! It was a ludicrous statement. Not only is it false, it is laughable. We all know who the best receiver of all time is. But there are more on the list that are better than Randy Moss. So here is a list of the ten best receivers that are better than Randy Moss.

Few things here. Firstly, number one isn’t arguable. It is so obvious that if you question it, you don’t know football. Secondly, numbers 2-10 are debatable and can be…

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Super Bowl XLVII Prediction: Potato Chips

As in who cares? Its the Ravens and 49ers. Its two brothers staring at each other, each trying to look more puzzled and confused than the other. It’s listening to two insufferable fan bases who know more about crabs and oysters than football. I’m fairly certain I speak for most of the NFL when I say: Nobody gives a shit, now go make me some crab cakes.

For me the NFL season ended two weeks ago. Even the alternative to this match-up would have been annoying. Matt Ryan and Tom Brady are two of the more fake, pre-programmed Ken dolls the NFL PR department has churned out in decades. Had the Falcons advanced we would have had to listen to the vomit-inducing nickname “Matty Ice” a few million times. (And by the way, that nick name sounds like the stage name for the world’s first openly gay rapper, not an NFL quarterback.) If Brady had advanced the term “passing the torch” would be uttered more often than the coverage of the Olympics. The sale of hand lotion and Kleenex in the Bristol, CT are would have skyrocketed, so nobody is more disappointed with SB XLVII than the folks at Lubriderm.

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The Definitive Dubsism/Sports Blog Movement Super Bowl Preview

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Now that we are down to a head-to-head match-up, there are three categories to analyze.

1) What Vegas Thinks

Anybody who loves to bet knows professional gamblers pay attention to five key statistics:

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SUPER BOWL WEEK IS HERE AT LAST, BUT SOMETHING DOESN’T FEEL RIGHT‏

Super Bowl Media Day was CRAZY...

Super Bowl Media Day was CRAZY…

by Ryan Meehan

Super Bowl week is here, and as NFL fans we are all looking forward to the biggest game of the year and all that goes along with it.  This year seems like it’s a little bit different, and there’s no one reason why the Super Bowl seems less appealing than it has been in recent seasons.  Instead, I believe that it is a set of assorted factors that I would like to discuss individually so we can take a look at why we don’t feel as excited as we usually do.  Continue reading

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SBM Exclusive Feature: Sports Doppelgangers, Volume 16

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While there may be a strong resemblance between former NFL head coach Tony Dungy and Bat Boy from the Weekly World News, we are pretty sure Bat Boy was a better post-season coach.

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The Daily Sports Obsession

Today’s Thoughts of the Day discusses Rajon Rondo’s season-ending torn ACL, the Lakers’ big win against the Thunder and comments on the safety of the NFL by President Obama and Bernard Pollard. Let’s do it!

Sunday afternoon, the Boston Celtics got a shock when All-Star Point Guard Rajon Rondo was diagnosed with a torn ACL, out for the rest of the season. As a fan of the game of basketball, this hurts to see. After all, Rondo had finally got the All-Star start he finally deserved, and to me he is the most exciting player in the NBA. The Celtics will obviously be hurt by this, since they were a sub-.500 team even with him in the lineup. But does that mean the Celtics have no chance to make the playoffs? Not necessarily. My initial reaction was that the season was over for Boston, but they still have a chance…

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