Offseason Blues: The NFL on MTV

The Cincinnati Bengals have just added the latest bad boy to their roster. The infamous Terrell “T.O.” Owens will join fellow dark wizards Cedric Benson, Larry Johnson, and Matt Jones on the field for the Bengals’ 2010 campaign. This was all of course orchestrated by in-house genius Carson Palmer. But possibly more interesting than the … Continue reading

Offseason Blues: Drugs, Prostitutes, and YouTube

Feature Story: Houston Texans’ linebacker Brian Cushing, recepient of the Defensive Rookie of the Year Award (twice now since they had to conduct a revote), has been suspended for the first four games of the season following a drug-test that came back positive for HCG, a performance enhancing drug. Cushing attempted to appeal the decision … Continue reading

The Devil's Advocate: At Least Ben Roethlisberger Likes Dogs

Though it may be too soon to know the extent of Roethlisberger’s actions, it seems to me that it should also be too early to condemn him. Yes, he has been accused of a heinous crime [twice], but he hasn’t be charged with anything [yet]! And he is clearly apologetic about…well, I guess being in … Continue reading

Big Ben Gets Big Suspension – AP Reports

Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was suspended today for 4-6 games by Commissioner Roger Goodell for violating the NFL’s personal policy rule in regard to the accusation that he raped a 20-year-old college student in Milledgeville, Georgia. Roethlisberger’s excuse of “I’m sorry, officer, I did not know I could not do that” may have worked on … Continue reading

Breaking News!: College Kids Smoke Weed

DeSean Jackson and Percy Harvin are two of the fastest and most exciting playmakers in the NFL. But what else do they have in common? Apparently a love for the ganga. But they are only two of many coming out of college with red flags for marijuana usage…though I have to say they are incredibly … Continue reading

Payton Angered by Owner Trickery – AP Reports

The NFL owners just recently voted in a change to overtime rules for NFL playoff games by a margin of 28-4. The new rules state that during playoff games, that each time will get a possession unless the first possession ends in a touchdown or a safety. Why they didn’t just change it to first … Continue reading