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  • By Jasmine Watkins, 3 days 9 hours ago
    We all saw this coming.  Bill Simmons' first post-ESPN podcasts are up and he spent a little time talking about his former employer and the way they covered the NFL and Roger Goodell. It's no secret the two entities have a lucrative relationship. "Granted, I'm a little biased here," Simmons said. "The way everyone else was covering Roger...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 6 days 6 hours ago
    The 49ers lost to the Cardinals 47-7, but that's only the tip of the iceberg. Colin Kaepernick probably had the worst game of all, throwing a career-worst four interceptions. After the game, that fact was hard to ignore. Carlos Hyde told reporters that he didn't think the game plan needed to change, but did have some comments about some of the passes Kaepernick was making. ...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 6 days 8 hours ago
    Ever wanted to know what the referees are really saying in those huddles? Now we know. Aaron Rodgers stars in a hilarious new State Farm Insurance commercial, and demonstrates the importance of the double-check.Double-checking could have helped that Packers-Seahawks game from 2012.
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 3 hours ago
    Things aren't going too well for the Nationals this season. At some point, problems are bound to rise to the surface. During the game against the Phillies, they did just that. Bryce Harper hit a pop up and jogged to first. As the slugger got back to the dugout he received an earful from Jonathan Papelbon, who apparently wasn't too happy about it. Things then got physical....
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 5 hours ago
    Sometimes you watch the Jets, and there are literally no words.  During the game against the Eagles, Brandon Marshall tried to lateral on a first down for some odd reason and of course turned the ball over. Marshall picked up 15 yards, but oh that wasn't enough. In Jets history, is this worse than the infamous butt-fumble? 
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 6 hours ago
    Burn baby, burn. This isn't a disco inferno. The Steelers-Rams game was delayed thanks to a pyrotechnic mishap. As the Rams took the field, part of it caught on fire from the famous fireworks they let off before each game.  In the bottom right corner you can see where the turf is catching on fire. Rams turf near end zone caught fire briefly from pregame pyrotechnics. Fire...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 2 days ago
    Colin Cowherd is at Fox Sports now, so he can pretty much say anything about ESPN without punishment.  "The Herd" radio host starts off talking about the respect he has for the worldwide leader, and then things get a bit awkward. Cowherd then goes on to talk negatively about the network backing off gambling and DraftKings, how his Twitter account was monitored as an ESPN...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 3 days ago
    If you're about to line up against John Krahn, stop it. Quit football. Move to another state. This lineman hailing from Southern California is a senior and literally tosses opposing players like a ragdoll. Krahn is working on trying to shed some pounds to increase his agility and mobility. When that happens, watch out. Adding speed to an already dominant player is only going to...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 3 days ago
    Sometimes as football players you have to use the elements around you, and referees are a part of the field. Usually the officials get in the way of players trying to run or make a tackle, but this time it worked out well. Except for the referee. He gets nailed in the head by a football, but it still went through the uprights. They should give the kid two extra points for this one.
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 week 3 days ago
    In preparation of their Sunday night matchup, the Lions and Broncos have to go through what every team secretly hates ... Jimmy Fallon's NFL Superlatives. The "Tonight Show" host goes in on the two teams giving them all they could possibly handle. Darius Kilgo's superlative is totally going to stick with him for the near future.

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