Brandon Marshall challenges Lions fan to boxing match

November 14, 2014 – 1:17 am by Hickey

Brandon Marshall, A.J. Jefferson

At least one Chicago Bear still has some fight left in him. And all it took was one idiotic, crap-talking Detroit Lions fan to inspire the effort. (Yes, we’re aware that the vast majority of Lions fans could fit under that umbrella).

Lions fan Anthony Kalla, feeling a bit chesty as his team threatens to do jack sh*t for the first time in 21 years, took some jabs at Marshall on Instagram in response to Marshall talking trash about the Lions and the city of Detroit last season.

Remember when you called Detroit the little brother? Haha


Btw your mom is still a whore

Like most clowns raised and desensitized in the internet era, the 24-year-old Kalla probably assumed that his insults would go unnoticed by a human being. (Don’t worry, Anthony. I’m sure you are narcissistically Googling yourself after this crowning achievement. Hopefully you are deeply insulted by these words, as I consider you to be one dumb son of a bitch). Much to his surprise, Marshall responded on Twitter, challenging Kalla to a boxing match.

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MLB Rumors: Red Sox or Giants for Pablo Sandoval

November 12, 2014 – 5:23 pm by Ryan Phillips
    Pablo Sandoval

The Boston Red Sox have been targeting San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval for months, and as soon as the season ended they began their pursuit of the 28-year-old. While several teams want to add the three-time World Series champion, it would appear Sandoval’s market has come down to Boston and San Francisco.

The Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays were involved with Sandoval, but their interest isn’t as strong as Boston’s or San Francisco’s. According to Ken Rosenthal, it’s Red Sox or Giants for the Kung Fu Panda.

Sandoval is┬áseeking a six-year contract in the $100 million range and it looks like he’s going to get that kind of deal.

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MLB Rumors: Cincinnati Reds willing to trade Latos, Leake

November 11, 2014 – 7:24 am by Ryan Phillips
    Mike Leake Mat Latos

The 2014 Major League Baseball offseason has begun in earnest and there are already some crazy rumors flying around. On Monday night reports began to surface that the Cincinnati Reds are willing to make some big-time moves that would reshape their team completely.

Jeff Passan is reporting that the Reds are willing to discuss trades for both Mat Latos and Mike Leake. The Reds won’t discuss Johnny Cueto but would clearly like to remake their pitching staff in exchange for some offense.

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The Chicago Bears suck. Especially on defense.

November 10, 2014 – 1:52 am by Hickey


How f*cking terrible is the Chicago Bears defense? Historically f*cking terrible. And I’m talking the type of history that’s so old it predates the birth of the useless slab of flabby meat formerly known as Lance Briggs, who rode a goddamn brontosaurus to school and now eats a whole one as his pre-game meal.

Never in my life did I think I’d see the Bears lay out a sack of complete, flaming sh*t that would make their Halloween-night blowout to the Packers in 1994 look like a walk in the park by comparison. But lo and behold, Mel Tucker’s defensive unit that would be better served by 11 guys in wheelchairs and a mannequin calling plays finally delivered at creating an even more unpalatable sh*tshow.

With Sunday’s Ebola-laden effort in Green Bay, the Bears became the first NFL team since the 1923 Rochester Jeffersons to allow 50 points in consecutive games.

Who in the flying f*ck are the Rochester Jeffersons? I don’t know either, so I looked it up for you.

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Video: Every INT Jay Cutler has thrown against the Packers

November 7, 2014 – 2:06 pm by Ryan Phillips
    Jay Cutler

It’s no secret that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is terrible against the Green Bay Packers. But I didn’t know just how terrible until I looked into the stats and saw the video featured at the bottom of this post.

In his 10 games against Green Bay, Cutler has a record of 1-9, has completed just 56.83 percent of his passes, boasts a quarterback rating of 67.0 (his lowest against any team he’s faced more than twice) and has 13 touchdowns against a ridiculous 19 interceptions. Nineteen interceptions!

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Andy Dalton had a historically bad Thursday night

November 7, 2014 – 9:08 am by Ryan Phillips
    Andy Dalton

On Thursday night the Cleveland Browns went on the road and absolutely hammered the Cincinnati Bengals 24-3. It was an awful night for the Bengals and their quarterback, Andy Dalton, who turned in one of the worst performances the NFL has seen in decades.

How bad was Dalton? He finished the contest┬ácompleting just 10 of 33 passes for 86 yards, with no touchdowns and three interceptions. His quarterback rating on the night was 2.0. No, that’s not a typo.

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MLB Rumors: Chicago Cubs to pursue Cole Hamels

November 5, 2014 – 4:05 pm by Ryan Phillips
    Cole Hamels

It’s no secret that Theo Epstein and the Chicago Cubs are fans of Philadelphia Phillies lefty Cole Hamels. During the 2014 season they claimed Hamels off revocable waivers but couldn’t work out a trade with the Phillies. Now reports have surfaced indicating┬áthat the Cubs plan to pursue a trade for Hamels this offseason.

On Wednesday, Jon Heyman reported that the Cubs will attempt to trade for the 30-year-old Hamels, who has a fairly restrictive no-trade clause. The Cubs aren’t currently on his list of teams he would be willing to go to, but that could change.

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Alfonso Soriano retires from baseball

November 4, 2014 – 11:32 pm by Ryan Phillips
    Alfonso Soriano

Alfonso Soriano, one of the most productive players of his era, retired from baseball on Tuesday night. During a radio interview in his native Dominican Republic, the 38-year-old claimed he no longer felt the desire to continue his career.

Soriano said, “I lost the love and passion to play the game. Right now, my family is the most important thing.”

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