Chicago Cubs Playoff Bingo: Play and/or drink along as the Cubs take on the Cardinals in Game 1 of the NLDS. It's their first-ever playoff matchup!
1 – Oakland Raiders: There’s a little Black Hole in my heart today after the Raider rally fell short Sunday but the Men of Black remain #1 based on strength of schedule, RPI, FPI and PSI (think about that, Pats!). Matt McGloin & Marcel Rece hook up for two TD combos vs. Cincy after Derek Carr suffers a first half TKO.
Carl Weathers, master thespian and former Oakland Raider, watches every NFL game from his man cave to compile his weekly Power Rankings exclusively for Heckler readers. Mr. Weathers, despite playing only eight NFL games, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.
"I never even heard of this guy, but what he's doing for the mustache apparel industry is unheralded," said O'Leary. "And when I saw a pitcher of Arrieta, he doesn't even have a mustache!"
Just a day after Packers All-Pro WR Jordy Nelson went down with an ACL tear, delusional Bears fan Steven Dietrich has been thrilled at what he's considering a "big break" that will dramatically improve Chicago's chances in the NFC North.
Former teammate Scottie Pippen, who has been in a similar role with the team since 2012, was none too happy to hear of Kukoc’s hiring. As a form of protest, Pippen sat out the last 1.8 seconds of the team’s regular Monday morning staff meeting at the United Center.
Despite the hard line approach to punishment taken by the NFL, Brady released a statement assuring his fans as well as his detractors, that, "Although I may not be able to play the game I love for four weeks, I assure you that my life is still way better than yours."
Theo Epstein apologizes for leaked internet ESPN the Magazine body photos: ‘I was young. I needed the money’
"To say I'm beyond embarrassed by these photos is an understatement," said Epstein. "That was a dark period in my life. I was young. I needed the money."
"That's definitely been the biggest adjustment for me. It really came as a shock at first, but if you think about it, it makes sense," Winston told reporters assembled at Buccaneers minicamp. "In college, good teams might have six or seven potential NFL criminals, but once you get to the league, even the 53rd guy on the roster can be a top-level criminal."