It’s Bad to Be Bad: How to Fix the Jacksonville Jaguars

So if you’re a fan of Jaguars (the car, not the animal), then you’re probably familiar with its “Good to Be Bad” commercials featuring prominent British actors playing villainous roles and ultimately driving Jaguars at excessive speeds. Believe it or not, Jaguar was criticized for “featuring and encouraging unsafe driving” and for being “socially irresponsible”.  Hold on a sec, don’t

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King Kong, Angry Daddy and Crying Baby – Don’t Leave Us!

The proud history of the NFC North is often remembered for stoic faces like Lombardi, Grant, Ditka, Payton, Charter and Sanders.  When Joe Kapp climbed his way out of the Canadian Football League to be branded by Sports Illustrated as, “The Toughest Chicano” it was because of grit and determination.  Barry Sanders had an indomitable spirit that refused to let

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Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Recent First Round Quarterback Busts in the NFL

Do you remember Ryan Leaf? Let’s time travel back to 1998. Leaf comes in 3rd for the Heisman Trophy, behind runner-up Peyton Manning and winner defensive back Charles Woodson.  Leaf finishes his junior year at Washington State University, forgoing his senior year to enter into the NFL draft.  Manning, finishing a degree in Speech Communications in 3-years, returned to the

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Even Geena Davis Couldn’t Have Been This Bad: How to Fix the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Have you seen “Cutthroat Island”?  If you haven’t, please don’t. You see, “Cutthroat Island” was supposed to be an adventurous romp through the high seas with a badass female pirate.  Problem was that badass pirate was played by Geena Davis.  Yes, that’s the same Geena Davis from “Thelma & Louise” and “A League of Their Own”.  Nothing against Geena Davis, but frankly,

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Nothing to See Here: Old News with JK – Presidents Day Edition

Happy Presidents Day everyone!  And by the way, bonus points if you can identify the president above.  Yeah, good luck with that. Anyway, ever wonder what happened in football on February 16th in the past?  Well, I did. So here you go, let’s do a little time traveling… 2004 Pioneering Celebration Injury Master Moves On Everyone remembers Detroit Lions’ linebacker

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One Team’s Trash Can Be Another Team’s Treasure: Deep Thoughts on Richie Incognito – Part 2

As I noted last time, Richie Incognito is no saint, but if we compare him to… Aaron Hernandez (25-years old), former tight-end for the New England Patriots, is currently standing trial for murder. Sam Hurd (29-years old), former wide receiver for the Chicago Bears, was sentenced to 15 years after being convicted on federal drug-trafficking charges. Darren Sharper (39-years old),

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