Josh Gordon Showing No Ill-Effects from 10 Game Suspension

josh gordon of the Cleveland browns
December 3, 2014

Maybe marijuana doesn’t slow you down after all. Josh Gordon has been back to his usual on-field self in two games back for the Cleveland Browns, after missing the team’s (surprisingly successful) first ten for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Gordon has been targeted a ridiculous 29 times through two games, catching 15 balls for 195 yards. Though he has not quite returned to his 18.9 yards per catch…


What We Learned from the NFL’s Disciplinary Policy: Better to Hurt Yourself Than to Hurt Others

Vikings Helment
November 19, 2014

For those sports fans watching closely this week it was a momentous time for the National Football League’s vaunted Personal Conduct Policy:  running back Adrian Peterson was suspended for the rest of the season after pleading guilty to whooping (the term the former Viking used) his four-year-old son while wide receiver Josh Gordon, possibly the most famous stoner since Cheech and Chong, returned after serving a 10 game suspension. Before I…


TMZ – Jonathan Dwyer Arrest — TWO SEPARATE INCIDENTS … ‘Causing a Fracture’

September 17, 2014

According to our friends at TMZ, another NFL football player has been involved in a domestic violence incident. This time it’s Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer. Here’s more from the TMZ story: Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is suspected of assaulting his wife in TWO separate incidents … and is accused of breaking bones … cops tell TMZ Sports. According to police, the 25-year-old allegedly roughed up his…


The NFL Expectation Game: Fantasy vs Reality

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August 20, 2014

The 2014 National Football League season is just around the corner and already the Expectation Game is in full swing. Football fans are well aware of the expectation game and how it’s played: each season you either get your hopes up for something great (and get disappointed) or aren’t expecting much and get pleasantly surprised. For example: Denver Broncos quarterback (and future Hall of Famer) Peyton Manning threw 55 touchdown…


Video: Johnny Manziel flips off the Washington bench

It’s not the worst thing the young Cleveland Browns quarterback is likely to ever do, but something that is not going to improve his “stature” in the NFL. Details from the Sporting News: Johnny Manziel is famous for his “money” finger symbol, but Monday night in Washington Mr. Football decided to show the Redskins bench another kind of hand sign. Manziel clearly gave the Washington bench the finger. After a…

August 19, 2014

Off-Field Behavior in the NFL Impacting Team’s Futures

May 30, 2014

Johnny Football goes to Vegas with Gronk over Memorial Day Weekend.  At least four Baltimore Ravens have been arrested this off-season. And former Patriot Aaron Hernandez pleads not guilty to two MORE murder charges . . . setting another new, but sad, record for the National Football League. More bad behavior by players in what is supposed to be the most “family-friendly” sports league in the United States. Look, no one…


Betting on the End to the NFL Pocket Passer Era

It was NOT a great Super Bowl.  I won’t say “I told you so,” but I did write a rather brilliant article before the game reflecting my belief that the game would not be the close “Number 1 Offense vs Number 1 Defense” clash all the experts were predicting. I really felt the Seahawks offense would best the Broncos defense in a route and Peyton Manning would be neutralized.  I was…

February 6, 2014

Video: Drunk Cleveland Browns Fan Dunks Head in Bucket of Urine for $450

We’ve seen a lot of nasty sports videos in the past: broken legs, fan brawls, and drunken outbursts. But this one sinks to a new low. How much would it take for you to dunk your head in a bucket of urine, drunk or sober? Something makes me think the NFL won’t be using this video in any future league promotions. Would You Dunk Your Head In A Bucket of…

October 15, 2012

Seahawks Marshawn Lynch Arrested for DUI in Oakland

July 17, 2012

First off, no, we don’t know what his exact BAC was, other than it was over the legal limit of .08%. (And likely not enought to qualify him for the World Famous BadJocks BAC Rankings.) How much over could impact what Lynch is charged with and the punishment handed down by the team and/or the league. Lynch, who played high school football in Oakland and is college ball at Cal…