The 2017-2018 NBA schedule was officially released on August 14th, and several key adjustments could already be seen as ways for improving the overall product being put on the court. For starters, the entire schedule has been moved up an entire week earlier, considering the NBA has been growing more concerned by the day about … Continue reading 2017-2018 NBA Schedule Released: Will New Adjustments Lead to a Better Product?
A few months ago, several sports writers (myself included) were discussing the fact that the Washington Nationals bullpen was not reliable enough for them to win a World Series title this year. It's amazing how quickly things can change in a baseball season. The Nationals have since traded for reliable assets in relievers such as … Continue reading Nationals Bullpen Showing Their Teeth
Over the past four days, PGA pros have struggled just to stay afloat at the incredibly difficult, and recently renovated, Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 99th PGA Championship, the year's final major, was an entertaining spectacle from start to finish, which saw Justin Thomas capture the title. However, the golf course itself, … Continue reading Justin Thomas Wins PGA Championship at Quail Hollow
The news coming out of the Jacksonville Jaguars press conference was very grim to end the weekend, as star rookie running back Leonard Fournette suffered a minor foot injury. The head coach, Doug Marrone, addressed this issue promptly, and said the team plans on treating the injury as a serious one, and will limit his … Continue reading Jaguars Fournette Suffers Minor Foot Injury
In one of the more ugly scenes to ever take place at the Washington Nationals ballpark, outfielder Bryce Harper ran out a grounder to first base, only to slip on a wet base and put a damper on the 3-1 win over the San Francisco Giants. The DC collective fan base all had the same … Continue reading Nationals Dodge a Bullet on Injury to Harper (Updated)
As a fellow Washington Wizards fan from the DC Metropolitan area, I have grown accustomed to not expecting much from the local sports franchises. This rings even more true when it comes to the squads being on national television for all the world to see. The Washington Wizards have already been graced with two marquee … Continue reading Wizards Starting to Feel National TV Love
The Washington Redskins will continue to build upon their 3-4 defensive scheme, with three solid defensive players on the front line of their attack. On the first unofficial depth chart released by the franchise, they have listed Ziggy Hood and Stacy McGee as the primary defensive ends, while new free-agent addition Phil Taylor Sr. rounds … Continue reading 2017 Washington Redskins Preview: Defensive Line