Well, well well. The 2013 NFL regular season is now complete. As teams prepare for the playoffs we look back at the highs and lows that was week 17.
We are only a couple of days away from the conclusion of the NFL 2013 season. By now you know if your team has any real chance of going to the Super Bowl or if you’ll be player hating from sideline.
If haven’t found 2013 to be one of the most interesting NFL seasons you must be either a Washington Washington Football Team fan or have no feeling at all. Or maybe both.
While many highly ranked teams have gone on to underperform during the 2013 schedule, this NFL season has yet to disappoint with a weekly offering of surprises, chokes and controversies.
While Richie Incognito and the Miami Dolphins hazing scandal continues to dominate the NFL news, week 10 still entertained us with a couple of upsets, overtime wins and football struggle that never gets old.
It seems no one can defend Calvin Johnson. Andy Reid has shocked everyone with an undefeated start to his new tenure with the Kansas City Chiefs. Andrew Luck has proven he is the rightful heir to the Colts legacy. Even with all this gridiron greatness we still got a heaping side of NFL fail moments […]
It was a rough week for many franchises this week in football. With the tragic passing of Adrian Peterson’s two year old son, many hoped to draw inspiration from his loss in week six of the NFL season. Some stepped up on occasion but many remained on the struggle bus.
The MTV Video Music Awards are here. For the first time in VMA history the ceremonies are coming to the newly built Barclays Center in Brooklyn. But as we all know the annual event is more than performances and acceptance speeches.
While Russell Simmons has brought numerous highs to the culture of Hip-Hop through his Def Jam empire, there is no excuse for his recent actions. Earlier this week Russell promoted a very insulting and inflammatory s-x tape parody spoofing Harriet Tubman. While he is regretful for his bad taste in comedy, this is another addition to Simmons’ […]