This is the time of year for sports book giving and getting. Below are the top choices from your favorite critic.
THE PATS by Glenn Stout and Richard A. Johnson (Houghton Mifflin $35.00, 365 pages) gets my vote for the best sports book of 2018. Detailed, carefully crafted, filled with fun,
Roger Federer has no equal in the men’s tennis game. At the age of 36, he continues to baffle the experts. Even if he cuts back on tournaments he can still win the big ones and has already advanced into the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.
His records include 20-grand slam singles titles,
Cris Collinsworth derailed the broadcast to the point that a lot of people wanted to turn off the sound. It seemed for the larger part of this game he was on the wrong side of the coverage.
He was wrong on every review, now the NFL is a partner in that
The NFL media hates the New York Jets. It’s obvious. They prop up the Jets at times just to rip them in the end. This year many outlets did the opposite. They decided to say the Jets would have the first winless season since the 2008 Detroit Lions. Well they
When Bill Belichick won his 5th Super Bowl many proclaimed him the greatest head coach in NFL history. I wondered to myself, how does he stack up to Vince Lombardi, who I always thought was the best but has been largely forgotten in these conversations since it’s not sexy to
I can’t wait for the Packers-Falcons game today. Both teams slept through the night. Nobody had to deal with fire alarms. This game will be settled on the gridiron with the two most exciting quarterbacks in the game today.
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PROLIFIC PASSERS: Atlanta quarterback MATT
The New York Jets have better personnel than the record indicates. I’m not saying they haven’t earned the record they have. What I am saying is that a team with some great players can’t function because the coaching has been substandard for most of the season.
Todd Bowles gave the Jets
The NFL is getting just desserts.
After feeling invincible all these years despite bad public relations, the league is finally gets its comeuppance by having terrible ratings this season, especially when the games are on Sunday night, Monday night and Thursday night.
The NFL can go on damage control, but no one
He’s back! His hair is bushier. His beard is longer. He may have gained a few pounds but he’s ready to lead the Jets, where? Exactly where will he lead the Jets to? Right now there’s not a pundit in the NFL universe that thinks the Jets are Super Bowl