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Andrew Luck, Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Since Peyton Manning hasn't been in the news much lately, I thought it might be a good idea for someone to provide an update. OK, so despite every talking head in the country having already shared their two cents on Manning's future and what the Colts should do with the first ...

Alistair Overeem v. Brock Lesnar: Analysis & Prediction

Friday, December 30th, 2011

UFC 141 is finally here! Tonight on Pay-Per-View, MMA fans finally get to watch (or if you're too cheap to order the PPV you can follow the live blog we're doing for FoxSports.com right here on R&R later this evening) two of the best heavyweights on the planet duke it out in this long-awaited clash ...

And The Award For Most Awkward Twitter Beef Goes To…

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

Bernard Berrian seems to have really endeared himself to Minnesota Vikings fans recently. And by "fans," I mean the whole Vikings organization and the entire greater Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, too. In case you aren't in tune with all things Bernard Berrian, the man has made quite a name for himself lately. Unfortunately for poor Bernard, it ...

Bill And Chris’ Excellent Adventure

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

It's no secret around Indianapolis these days that Bill Polian's son, Vice President and general manager Chris Polian, has been much more involved in the decision-making process in the Colts' front office lately. Although it has no doubt proven effective over the years, the Colts' blueprint has always remained stubbornly boring: build the team ...

WiseGuyAction’s Early NCAA Leans

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Every year on Selection Sunday, the only thing more entertaining than filling out a bracket and incessantly staring at it is incessantly staring at the lines which get posted at some books as early as just a few hours after the Selection Show. Needless to say, this year was no different in WiseGuyAction's humble bungalow. My ...

Farewell, Bob

Friday, February 18th, 2011

What was seemingly inevitable is now a sad reality. According to Jim Irsay via Twitter, the great Bob Sanders was just released by the Indianapolis Colts this morning. It was undeniably the only option left for the Colts, but it is still a sad day for many fans in Indianapolis. On a per game basis, there's ...

Frank-ly I’m Expecting a Playoff Berth

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Fear not Pacers fans, it's now safe to take the paper bags off your heads. Last weekend Larry Legend finally wrote Obie a "Dear John" letter blaming all their marital problems on the oft-criticized coach. Every failed operation needs a fall guy, albeit in this case O'Brien probably deserved to be sent ...

There’s a Desert Storm Brewing in the Mitten

Monday, January 24th, 2011

At the Pontiac Silverdome this Saturday one of my favorite fighters, Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley, squares off in a battle against up and comer Devon Alexander "The Great." On the line will be the WBO and WBC light welterweight titles, and perhaps more importantly, pride. Both fighters are undefeated and looking to ...