There is nothing quite like the nonsense of sports – because only sports could take something like Deflategate and turn it into a national story, or spark a lengthy debate over the difference between a turtleneck and a tie – as Cam Newton helped do this year. It’s at its worst during NFL season,
In this week of the Shoe Money Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Ryan Paulsen air a few grievances and talk through week 16 in the NFL.
Somewhere, in the offices of the executives running each major sports league, there’s a board room. And in the corner of that board room, there’s a chart. And on that chart, there are two inverse, intersecting lines. And at the point where those lines intersect, there’s a circle drawn in Sharpie marker, because that
In the NFL, the difference between good and bad isn’t hard to spot – because only certain organizations make certain decisions. Good teams pride themselves on stability. The Patriots have had the same coach all century. The Giants are on only their third coach since 1997. The Steelers have had only three coaches in
In this week of the Shoe Money Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Ryan Paulsen mourn the Jeff Fisher era, analyze week 15 in the NFL, and debate the best and worst Christmas songs.
When Luis Sojo retired, a little piece of me retired, too. Under appreciated and under discussed, he was an important player to me. The man played 12 positions in a sport with only nine, and looking every bit like a pro golfer who didn’t look the part, he won five World Series titles and became
Hello friends, and welcome to this (new) tradition, certain to be unlike any other, the NoTicket Sports Daily Fantasy Football Primer for DraftKings and FanDuel. Each week, the intent of this column will be to breakdown the NFL slate position by position, and provide you with the players that you should be targeting in your cash games
Time really is a flat circle. I know, because I’ve used that as a lede before and because I’ve written this column before. It happens when you’re in the column business; you tend to write the same column at the same time of year. You write about your favorite Christmas carols and movies in December, you
In this week of the Shoe Money Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Ryan Paulsen chat about some MLB and NBA futures, then dive into Week 14 looking to climb back atop mount .500 by the end of year while Joe suffers a trauma from which he’s not sure he’ll recover.
The downside of watching a lot of television, outside the diabetes, it’s that after a while, you become desensitized to it – you stop being surprised, and you start to see things coming. I don’t watch Law and Order: SVU anymore, because I’ve seen enough to know what’s going to happen – because there’s a