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The Color of a State

First off, congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles for their thorough decimating of my Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday last. It was the worst defeat for us in 19 years, and this post is not to take anything away from the Eagle’s performance in that game. 648 more words


LISTEN: Jim Nantz Says There Was Optimism About Arnold Palmer's Scheduled Surgery

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Broadcaster Jim Nantz called into Mike Francesa’s WFAN show on Monday to talk about his friendship with and the legacy of Arnold Palmer, … 198 more words


Thursday Night Football Prediction

In the 2015 NFL regular season, the Buffalo Bills coached by one time New York Jets’ coach Rex Ryan defeated the Jets in both games, one a Thursday night tilt the other in the January 2016, 2015 “reg” finale which coupled with a Pittsburgh Steelers’ win that day, ended the Jets’ hopes of making the NFL playoffs. 62 more words

CBS analysts think Peyton Manning would rather be a team owner than an announcer

NEW YORK–For the first time since all the way back in 1997, the NFL season will begin without Peyton Manning on a team’s roster.

It begs the question: What’s next for the legendary quarterback? 439 more words


By Authority Of The NFL

I’ve never been a big fan of Mike Tirico’s work, but I have to admit that a recent decision by the NFL regarding who broadcasts their games gave the Syracuse grad a lot of garden hose up his keister, without benefit of lubricant. 255 more words


Mike Carey Will Not Return to CBS

CBS and Mike Carey have “mutually agreed to part ways” a network spokesperson confirms. The New York Daily News’ Bob Raissman was first to report.  146 more words


Renaissance Man Nick Faldo Is Just Trying To Keep The 'Bullsh*t' To A Minimum

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – You’d be hard pressed to find a more interesting person in golf than Nick Faldo. The three-time Masters champ recently started his 10th season as the lead golf analyst for CBS Sports, and when he’s not in the 18th tower, he’s got plenty going on. 1,603 more words