NFL OT Needs an Overhaul

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 gameContinue reading “NFL OT Needs an Overhaul”

Raiders Can Blame Their Loss on Jon Gruden

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 OaklandContinue reading “Raiders Can Blame Their Loss on Jon Gruden”

NFL Schedule Release Hype For TV Networks not Fans

For the last couple of hours, National Football League teams and networks have been hyping up the release of the 2017-18 schedule and on the surface it looks like the NFL wanted to get fans excited about who their favorite team would be playing come this fall, but really the hype and televising of theContinue reading “NFL Schedule Release Hype For TV Networks not Fans”

NFL Ratings Hits Not Due to Anthem Protests

Recently headlines have been popping up about the NFL’s TV ratings dropping. This of course led some to believe that the ratings drop is directly correlated to the recent National Anthem protests done by several NFL players. But before we all start believing the hype let’s take a look at the numbers. Wayne Friedman ofContinue reading “NFL Ratings Hits Not Due to Anthem Protests”