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Letting Odell Beckham Jr. Play was the Right Move

Without a doubt, Odell Beckham Jr. embarrassed himself and the New York Giants on Dec. 20 against the Carolina Panthers. But all the commotion and criticism surrounding the way the Giants handled OBJ is unwarranted. Sure, head coach Tom Coughlin could've sat one of the most explosive and lethal weapons in

Spying on Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones is another Netflix original that crushes expectations and delivers in an uncanny way a combination of wit, darkness, action and romance. Krysten Ritter exudes her natural sass and sardonic persona as the title character. A heartbroken, emotionally inept young woman with a drinking problem that circumvents her apathetic attitude toward embracing

The Ben Simmons Debate

By now, if you watch college basketball, you've heard of LSU's superstar freshman, Ben Simmons. The 6'10" 225-pound 19 year old has an unfathomable skill set and combination of agility, dexterity and strength for a person his age and size. He handles the ball like a point guard, but dominates the post

Peripherals Be Damned

This isn't meant to disparage or discredit anyone, but rather provide a topic of discussion before baseball's hot stove really gets ignited. Jake Arrieta was awarded the 2015 NL Cy Young Award with Clayton Kershaw finishing third in the voting. Arrieta had a tremendous season and put together one of the

Fishing for Competent Coaching

The NY Knicks have their most talented roster in the Phil Jackson era, but head coach Derek Fisher has single handedly prevented the franchise from possessing a winning record with his questionable rotations and poor game-management in fourth quarters. NY isn’t built like the 1996 Chicago Bulls, but the franchise is

MLB’s Takeout Problem

Depending on who you ask, takeout slides will elicit two responses: hard-nosed play, bush-league. Chase Utley made headlines with his late slide into second base during Game 2 of the NLDS against the New York Mets. His actions broke up what could have been an inning-ending double play—tying the game at

Peyton Manning’s Mile High Descent

No one can dispute the fact that Peyton Manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but, the once immortal general looks more human with each passing week. Manning surpassed the 70,000 passing yards mark, placing him second all-time behind Brett Favre (71,838). The two men are the only

The Tampa Bay Rays Quietly Own Lefties

If there's one team that kills lefties that only a select few baseball nerds are aware of, it's the Tampa Bay Rays. Look up and down the roster, no one looks worthy of playing in a pennant race—well, except for maybe Evan Longoria, but he hasn't been the stud he once