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The Most Entertaining Man in Sports: Fat, Old Bartolo Colon

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FLUSHING, NY – The MLB’s Oldest Man doubles (pun intended) also as its Fattest Man. Without question, though, Bartolo Colon is also The Most Entertaining Man in Sports. There isn’t a Kevin James or Cedric The Entertainer lookalike out there that doesn’t at least consider that they could be successful in professional sports… because of […]

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Puck Heads Prep for Hockey World Cup, Yankees Lose, Jets Win

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MOOSE JAW, SASKATACHEWAN – We’ve waited a long time for meaningful hockey since the Stanley Cup Finals. It’s been an even longer wait for those of us in New York with the Rangers and Isles making early exits from the playoffs. But hockey is finally back! The World Cup of Hockey starts tomorrow afternoon when […]

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5 Things I Think I know re: Gary Sanchez, The Eagles, Derrick Rose, Kevin Owens and Colin Kaepernick

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SPANISH HARLEM – This week has been tough for me but this is my escape from the real world. I get to share my thoughts with you all and I find solace in that so today I will be discussing the 5 Things I Think I Know. Gary Sanchez – Gary Sanchez is back. We all […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Giants O, Giant Rugby Kid, Die Hards – I Don’t Get it!

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BRONX, NY – The Inwood Piper’s Kilt is closed, the Mets and Yanks are somehow still in the playoff hunt, LA has another mega-million flop on its hands with the Rams, Short Matt has already been married a year… things are starting to get a little weird. It’s not that I need to understand all […]

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Beer Money, Mets and Yanks Party Crashing, Giants and Jets Mixed Reviews

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WESTCHESTER, NY – I don’t think my wife appreciated the Homer Simpson butt print in our couch, but it was a great sports weekend. With some white knuckle college games, the NY baseball teams coming on strong, and an exciting start to the NFL season, there were plenty of big moments. Let’s get to it. College […]

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Bills Fans Panic, Rodgers Back, Giants Dodge Bullet

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Ah, where to start? I know many of you are wondering how I’m holding up after yet another Buffalo Bills loss. Probably curious how I’ll spin it into something positive. Well, I’m not going to make you wait any longer. It’s time for a fresh, piping hot set of hawt takes. Here’s […]

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Beat Your Bookie: Cheesy Bruin’s NFL Weekly Picks: Fave, Best Best, Underdog, Over, Under

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SARASOTA, FL – It’s here! Football Sundays are back starting today and so are the always stellar Cheesy Bruin’s NFL Weekly Picks. Cam Newton may use dental floss to dislodge pesky portions of orange but I prefer a toothpick to rid remnants of bookies from my mouth after chewing these chumps up at a 60% […]

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Grinding Ax NFL Kickoff Edition: Broncos Buck Pouting Cam Recap, NFL Picks

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“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!“ LAKEWOOD, NJ –  The Cousin Card has been played again as Small Matt emailed me last-minute to fill in due to the impending *Baby Blabber!  How can I say no to that?  While I despise the NFL hierarchy, they then to pull ratings out of their hat – especially […]

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Defending Terry Collins? Shaq to Yanks? Tebow has Pigs Flying

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s official. Pigs are driving our stunned air traffic controllers bonkers, as they are indeed flying. Things we never thought we’d see happen are happening. Sure, Tim Tebow to the Metsies stands alone as the headliner at Bill Veeck’s Theater of the Absurd, but what of the Shaq to the Yanks […]

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Yankees Continue to Surge, Joe Girardi for President; Bye Bye Sam Bradford

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SPANISH HARLEM – As the Bronx Bombers continue to play important games in September, I find myself confused as to how I should feel. When the Yankees rid themselves of every important asset at the trading deadline, most fans figured this to be a lost season. But even as Joe Girardi claimed that the team […]

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