Welcome to the Overreaction Monday where National Football League fans are overreacting about what happened during yesterday's game action either negatively or positively. So let's break down the biggest happenings. Week One of NFL action found the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns tying to start the season. And prior to Sunday's Packers v. Vikings game … Continue reading NFL OT Needs an Overhaul
Late Wednesday the National Hockey League announced that Austin Watson of the Nashville Predators would be suspended all of the preseason action and 27 games in the regular season. Now just in case you've forgotten all about Austin Watson and what's been going on, let's refresh your memory. Watson was arrested back in June after … Continue reading Nashville Predators’ Austin Watson Suspension Announced
I saw on twitter a trending article where some anonymous tennis umpires threatened that they were going to boycott any Serena Williams matches following the backlash Carlos Ramos faced from the Women's US Open (but they claim there is no gender bias). Before you get as angry as I did reading the headline, the gripe … Continue reading Tennis Umps Threaten to Boycott Serena’s Matches
After a fairly disappointing opening weekend, I hoped that the Monday Night Football doubleheader was going to turn it all around and I wasn't wrong. While I'm shocked that Sam Darnold was able to turn on his football genius and completely stomped on the Detriot Lions, I'm more surprised by what happened during the Oakland … Continue reading Raiders Can Blame Their Loss on Jon Gruden
First the Oakland Raiders sign Jon Gruden to a $100 million dollar contract to get him out of the broadcasting booth and back on the sidelines, then they trade away star Defensive End Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears. Now the city of Oakland is filing a lawsuit against that team that could leave them … Continue reading What’s Going on in Oakland?
Nike set fans ablaze when they released their 30th anniversary #JustDoIt campaign and former National Football League Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was the face of the campaign. In protest of Nike, some fans began burning their Nike shoes and vowing to never buy their product because of their support of Kaepernick and his protesting of the … Continue reading The Hypocrisy of Burning Nike Protests
A mere twelve hours after Cleveland Browns Mychal Kendricks was featured on HBO's "Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Cleveland Browns" news broke that Kendricks was involved with insider trading, a serious criminal offense. At first it was stated that he was being indicted, which means that a Grand Jury saw sufficient evidence of a … Continue reading Let’s Break Down the Mychal Kendricks Situation