The Seahawks' playoff loss to the Cowboys was going to be the last round*p of the season. Then the Rams, fuck them, had to win the entire NFC, hollowly, setting up one more chance for them to accumulate embarrassment. Things have a way of working out sometimes. No team ever, in 52 previous Supes, has … Continue reading T*steful Roundup: Super Bowl LIII Edition
Fuck the Rams. Go Patriots.
Many of my twitter followers were quite upset last weekend, questioning my decision-making for sporting Patriots gear. I suppose that concern is warranted. After all, like every 20-something-year-old millennial, I have no idea what I am doing. However, this much I know for sure: I am a fan of the New England Patriots, I think … Continue reading Why the Seahawks Need the Patriot Way to Create a Dynasty
But not the tenth. My friend Nathan, who also likes to waste time writing about unimportant things like sports and politics, is quite the baseball fan. He loves the Giants, then adopted the Nationals during his stint in D.C. He's an officer in the Navy, so you will address him as "sir," or not at … Continue reading Edgar was robbed nine times!
Episode two of the Bachelor is in the books which means it is time for the second installment of the BACHELOR ROUNDUP. Rascals from the BeastGlobe (or should I say BachGlobe) have written up analyses, predictions, and much more from this week's episode of The Bachelor. It will likely be a combination of humor, insight, … Continue reading BACHELOR ROUNDUP: “Just a Bunch of Words That Sound Good”
Since the 2018 NFL Season officially ended the moment the Seattle Seahawks were eliminated, a dearth of content must be filled. While we could write a T*steful Roundup about Clemson five-starring Bama on the tuckus, a much more pressing matter has presented itself. That's right, folks. It's Bachelor season. With the 2019 premiere of ABC's … Continue reading BACHELOR ROUNDUP: “Better Than a Bag of Nuts”
Football isn’t played on spreadsheets. The simple fact that humans -- not robots (yet) -- play football means that there are intangible factors that undoubtedly affect games. A team’s identity can be one of those factors. Being able to rally around a smashmouth run attack can be a slight motivational edge. And in the game of football, you need … Continue reading Identity Crisis