I’m watching World Series Game Four SportsCenter highlights at 5:02 a.m. The Astros look just as great “the morning after.”
Houston did not “bounce back.” Houston roared back. This could end up being a historically memorable series. In many ways, because of the wild momentum swings from game to game, it already is. Philly went from hitting five homers in Game Three to getting no-hit for only the second time in World Series history in Game Four. I was two when Don Larsen did it the first time. With Cristian Javier on lead guitar, the remaining members of the Fab Four—Bryan Abreu, Rafael Montero and Ryan Pressly—punched the Astros’ Ticket to Ride. Game Five tonight. Dear JV: Don’t eff it up.
The Computer Monkey says the Eagles have an 84.1 percent chance of beating the Texans Thursday night in Houston. I think the Monkey is being charitable to the Texans.
This off-again, on-again dance between the Rams and Cam Akers is getting weird. Patch it up or break it off.
In my view, the Chargers have been one of the NFL’s most disappointing teams so far. They’re not gonna have a chance to “get well” until Keenan Allen’s left hamstring gets well. And he just had another setback.
Tua says the Dolphins aren’t afraid to talk about Super Bowls. Nor should they be. They’ve made some great moves. Great enough to make me interested in them for the first time in 30 years.
Let’s get this straight. The Packers are absolutely capable of losing to the Lions Sunday.
Gonzaga to the Big 12? I don’t like their linebacking corps. What? Oh, right…
In addition to the disgusting work environment of sexual harassment, the Commanders under Dan Snyder have long been suspected of financial improprieties. Now it looks like the U.S. attorney’s office has some questions for Danny Boy.
It’s a little late for contrition, Kyrie. Now all of a sudden you’ve turned into Mahatma Gandhi?
Maybe you’ve forgotten that the Rice Owls are gonna play football tonight at the World’s Most Beautiful and Elegant Structure (TWMB&ES). But I haven’t. See, that’s the difference between you and me.