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Silence the athlete, awaken the people

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Published on : October 17, 2017

  When word first got out about Colin Kapernick’s national anthem protest in August of last year, I was pleased. To see an athlete using their platform in a peaceful, and significant, yet (seemingly) unoffensive, manner made me hopeful for this country. The deadly injustices perpetrated by […]

SBS Stadium Series: The glass palace of Minnesota

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Published on : October 12, 2017

    The Michigang is back in action for our annual Lions road game meet up. This year takes the crew to Minneapolis, Minnesota for Detroit’s first divisional game against the Vikings.   This year’s trip was extra special because we got to visit the newest football […]

Kneeling & Tweeting… and Speaking Truth to Power

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Published on : September 28, 2017

  On Saturday night in Alabama, and then again on twitter, our hate-monger-in chief made it crystal clear that he has a bigger problem with black athletes speaking their minds than with the rise of tiki torch-wielding Nazis in his own backyard. Sunday, football players across the […]

Review of HBO’s 2017 Hard Knocks

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Published on : September 20, 2017

  HBO’s Hard Knocks is the best lead into the NFL regular season there is. It’s leaps and bounds better than any preseason action. This year, the spotlight turned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their young star QB, Jameis Winston. The season may be only five […]

The Cincinnati Bengals stink

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Published on : September 16, 2017

  It’s only two weeks into Cincinnati’s season and things are already looking bleak. They are 0-2 after a brutal loss on Thursday Night Football at the hands of the Houston Texans. That was a home game where they lost to a rookie QB making his first […]

What we learned from Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season

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Published on : September 12, 2017

  After what seemed like an eternity, football is finally back. With the return of both NCAAF and NFL action, girlfriends and wives across this great nation begin to weather the long and lonely storm that will last until Super Bowl LII is completed in February. With […]

6 teams that should sign Colin Kaepernick right now

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Published on : September 8, 2017

    The NFL season is finally here and it’s a total fucking joke that QB Colin Kaepernick still doesn’t have a job. There are many teams that lack a real answer under center, so it makes you wonder what’s really at play here? Save the talk […]

The Fast and Fantasy: Tokyo Draft

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Published on : September 2, 2017

    Welcome fantasy football fans and anyone else who wandered here. Currently, it’s NFL preseason, which means two things: real football is very close and many fantasy leagues are having their drafts. As we all know, the draft is a huge factor in determining success for […]

Most intriguing games of the upcoming NFL season

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Published on : August 12, 2017

  The NFL season is so close I can practically taste it. It’s early August and we are just beginning to get some preseason football action. This is an exciting time of year when football (and Burning Man) is pretty much all I can think about. This […]

Oh no, not again: NFL edition

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Published on : August 8, 2017

  The NFL is a wild and entertaining league with tons of new and exciting storylines to follow but then there are these other headlines. The ones you see year after year. It’s like a broken record. You think “oh no, here we go again”. We aren’t […]

Pay Stafford his money

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Published on : August 4, 2017

    Lions training camp is underway and the team is looking to get back to the postseason for the third time in four years. This is a big change from the days when Detroit was bottom-of-the-barrel looking up at the playoffs. And quarterback Matthew Stafford is […]

I’d rather be the underdog

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Published on : July 28, 2017

    As football season approaches there is a pretty wide range of thoughts and feelings that approach with it. There’s the excitement of finally being able to watch my favorite sport every season. There’s also the uncertainty that comes along with not being a fan of […]

Calvin Johnson has the right to speak his mind

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Published on : July 16, 2017

    The Detroit Lions world is once again in an uproar over comments made by Calvin Johnson. The best receiver to ever don a Lions uniform is getting a ton of flak from fans and pundits after a recent trip to Italy. When prodded by the […]

The same old champs

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Published on : June 15, 2017

  The Golden State Warriors have just won the 2017 NBA Championship. Congrats to them. They pulled it off in just five games against a very good Cavs team led by superstar LeBron James. This is the Warriors second trophy in just three seasons (three straight finals […]

The Lions get it wrong again

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Published on : June 11, 2017

    There’s probably nothing to it.   I hope there’s nothing to it.   Dear God, this can’t be happening again.   In a situation that is sadly familiar to fans of the NFL’s Detroit Lions, it seems that their most recent mega-star has walked into […]

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