It feels like a long time ago people were talking about actual football. The sport of football has taken a back seat to the tabloid like headlines surrounding it. Maybe it is the result of the TMZ/instant reaction/twitter World that we live in. Maybe we pay too much attention to the few awful people who play football and not enough to those who are genuinely good guys. Maybe the NFL should concern themselves with more important issues than deflated footballs. No matter where you are on those matters, its time to get back to talking about the sport we love so much. Let’s just play some freaking football already!
Who will be the next main event star to get in at next years Hall of Fame ceremony in Dallas, TX.
2014 was without a doubt one of the worst years in wrestling ever and that’s not angry IWC fan boy talking. The outside World actually took notice too. Between a huge untimely death, plummeting stock prices, wrestlers quitting, getting injured, or getting fired and a mediocre new venture it was WWE’s worst year ever. 2007 was bad from an image standpoint thanks to the Benoit murder-suicide, 1995 was the worst creatively and on screen, but 2014 was overall the worst. Nothing seemed to go right for WWE this past year, but here are a few of the brighter spots.
Here we are again. The pre-season is over, the rosters cuts have been made, the fantasy teams have been drafted and now finally in tomorrow night the 2014 NFL season begins. That means it's time for me to bust out the mushy prognosticator that's conveniently crammed into my skull. My predictions from last year went about as well as this past Super Bowl did for the Denver Broncos. It wasn't what you'd call pretty. Yes, I did correctly predict the aforementioned Broncos to make the big game, but other than that…not a solid year of picks. However, redemption is upon me and I vow live up to my lofty reputation.
Like many, I am a huge fan of the Hangover movies. Even though the sequels were basically retreads of the first, they still had some funny and outrageous moments that made them enjoyable overall. I was recently replaying the events of the first movie in my head and something kept bugging me. There was a small part towards the end that made me scratch my head. Why was Jeffery Tambor’s character (Sid Garner) so calm about his car being wrecked?