After last night’s thrilling overtime win over the Philadelphia Eagles, the Dallas Cowboys have ridden the league’s best rushing attack and a surprisingly effective defense to a 7-1 start, good for … Continue Reading The Easiest Question in The NFL -Who Should Start, Prescott Or Romo?
In the 2010-2011 season, Derrick Rose was named the youngest player ever to win the MVP award, Joakim Noah was named NBA All-Defensive Second team, and Carmelo Anthony was quietly … Continue Reading The Knicks Will Disappoint Once Again
The Cubs defeated the Dodgers last night 10-2 to tie up the National League Championship Series at two games a piece. After getting shut out in two straight games, the … Continue Reading The Cubs Must Emulate The Cavaliers If They Wish To Break The Curse
The North Side of Chicago does not want to hear anything else about history. They’ve heard it all before. They know it’s been 108 years since the Cubs have claimed a … Continue Reading How Chicago Can Capitalize on Their World Series Chance
The Perimeter is a column on The Sideline that serves to shine light on the uncovered, the undiscovered, and the unpublished side of the sports world – things you won’t find on … Continue Reading Rick Stansbury Is Building The Ultimate Sleeper At Western Kentucky University
The national anthem in our country is meant as a sign of unity. We stand together, as one nation, and honor our country. Of course in the history of the … Continue Reading The Kaepernick Saga – Its Time For Football
Clippers small forward Paul Pierce announced Monday that the 2016-17 NBA season would be his last. The message came through a video from the Players’ Tribune: Watching that video broke … Continue Reading An Ode To Paul Pierce, An All Time Great
It used to be that blaming the result of a game on the referees was a laughable offense. But now, in the age of instant replays galore, the outcome of … Continue Reading Pressbox: Football Has A Referee Problem
It is Game 4 of the Red Sox-Orioles last regular season series with the Red Sox looking for the sweep and the Orioles looking for a better grasp on the … Continue Reading The Sox’s Final Season With Ortiz Will Finish With A World Series Appearance
For all of his tenure with the Packers, Aaron Rodgers has dominated the other teams in the NFC North. He has a career 34-13 record against divisional opponents, including an … Continue Reading Is It Time To Worry About Aaron Rodgers?
The Houston Texans have been a solid, respectable team for the last five years, despite coming from the weakest division in football. Four winning seasons, three division titles and two playoff … Continue Reading Thursday Night Football – A Must Win for the Texans
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading The Economic Bombardment of North Carolina Due To HB2 Must Stop
The NBA and its teams are a brand. The average franchise is now worth a record $1.25 billion, a 13% increase over 2015. The top three teams in value (New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, and Chicago Bulls) are worth a combined $8 billion. The value is tied to the size of the individual market and television deals, the latter a huge piece of the value pie.
In the NFL, the skill position players reign supreme. The quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends are the stars, the ones who have their likenesses plastered all over … Continue Reading Whose Trio Of Stars Is Better, Jacksonville Or Oakland?
On Monday Night Football’s Week 1 doubleheader, the LA Rams played their first game as LA’s team since the 1994 season. Their debut was one to be forgotten. They … Continue Reading We Interviewed The LA Rams’ Leading Rusher, That Field Runner Guy
This article is a part of the Take Notice Column. This column serves to bring the attention of the reader to a new, unique, and / or radical point of … Continue Reading The League Still Hasn’t Seen The Perfect Point Guard