1. Why The San Diego Chargers Don't Look Good In Bikinis

    Why The San Diego Chargers Don’t Look Good In Bikinis “Statistics are like bikinis,” a pundit once remarked. “What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 3 years ago 668 reads 8 comments

  2. Seven Spoonfuls of Humility for the San Diego Chargers

    No one knows, from sea to shining sea, what is wrong with the San Diego Chargers. Not unlike their counterparts in Dallas, the Chargers are a top-seeded team wallowing near the bottom of the barrel...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about almost 4 years ago 1,282 reads 19 comments

  3. Sports' Lost Headlines: June 28, 2010 Edition

    This week, our crack reporters cover the "Lost Headlines," sports stories from around the globe that no one else is covering...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about 4 years ago 462 reads 0 comments

  4. Top Sports Tabloid Stories of The Week

    The Top Tabloid Sports Stories of the Week Our cracked reporters get the scoop on the real stories behind the scenes, the stories that you want to know...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 1,215 reads 1 comments

  5. The Miami Dolphins are Micro-Managing The Middle

    How clever are Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland? You might think that is a rhetorical question, given their enormous stature in the football world, and given that most of the Miami football media treat them with kid gloves...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 1,538 reads 4 comments

  6. Tiger Woods: Vainglorious Bastard

    Exactly four years ago, in the middle of the Winter Olympic Games held in Torino, Italy, where thousands of young amateur athletes vigorously vied for a tiny slice of personal and national recognition, ...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 712 reads 8 comments

  7. Bass On the Fly: A Single Weapon of Mass Destruction

    Bass on a fly always seems to be the most fun that I have fishing. When they break the surface to grab your offering, there are those few milliseconds of shock and uncertainty mixed with pure ...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 402 reads 1 comments

  8. Drew Brees Perfects the Seven-Yard Pass, Wins Super Bowl MVP

    Leading his team to a stunning 31-17 upset of the favored Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees put on a veritable quarterbacking clinic last night in Miami...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 602 reads 4 comments

  9. The Rise and Inconceivable Fall of A.J. Smith

    A.J. Smith took over the reins as general manager of the San Diego Chargers on April 11, 2003. With a long and distinguished resume that included 14 years in the Buffalo Bills organization (many ...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 2,112 reads 12 comments

  10. Future Milestones in The Storied Career of Brett Favre

    Everyone is talking about whether Brett Favre is coming back. Everyone. It’s on talk radio, the sports blogs, the newspapers, my carpool...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 853 reads 1 comments

  11. Minnesota Vikings: Pants Around the Ankles

    Minnesota Vikings: Pants Around the Ankles The Minnesota Vikings travelled to New Orleans hoping to chant their new mascot rendition of “Pants On the Ground” after winning the NFC Championship game Sunday...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 557 reads 0 comments

  12. Darrelle Revis's Express Train to Sainthood

    If the National Football League could receive special dispensation for canonization from Pope Benedict XVI, Darrelle Revis would be well on his way to sainthood...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 436 reads 8 comments

  13. It's Too Late for LaDainian Tomlinson to Become Jason Taylor

    Slightly less than two years ago, Bill Parcells became President of Football Operations for the Miami Dolphins, and this meant de facto that a thorough housecleaning was in order...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 719 reads 0 comments

  14. San Diego Chargers Choke Again

    The San Diego Chargers had everything in their favor. They had two weeks off, home field advantage, a raucous crowd exhorting them onward, and most importantly, an eleven game winning streak...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 1,281 reads 10 comments

  15. The River Favre Hasn't Frozen Over

    The river Favre hasn’t frozen over. People up north who said they knew the river also said it would freeze over in December, that a thin skein of ice would form along its long weary arms and the river would come to a standstill...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 251 reads 0 comments

  16. Is the Miami Dolphins' Romo, Ware and Austin Coming Anytime Soon?

    Nowhere are the fruits of Miami Dolphins' President of Football Operations Bill Parcells and General Manager Jeff Ireland’s labor more apparent than in the staggering recent performances of the Dallas Cowboys...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 1,306 reads 0 comments

  17. Packers' Autopsy: Defense Bled To Death in the Desert

    A post-mortem examination on Green Bay’s heartbreaking loss today in Arizona confirms what medical experts and viewers alike suspect: massive external bleeding on the defensive front led to the team's premature death...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 531 reads 3 comments

  18. Are the 2009 San Diego Chargers Better Than the 2006 Bolts?

    Riding an 11-game winning streak as the 2010 playoffs approach, the San Diego Chargers have steadily risen up the NFL team rankings and, in some quarters, are considered the top-ranked team in the league...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 117 reads 15 comments

  19. Joey Porter's Vision Quest

    Rumor has it around the cyber-sphere that the Miami Dolphins season-ending match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers tomorrow, might be the last time Joey Porter suits up for the South Florida team...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 431 reads 6 comments

  20. Montreal Canadiens Owlish Report Card

    Here is what we know about the 2009-2010 Montreal Canadiens through 42 games: 1) They have accumulated 43 points as a .500 team, winning one more game than they have lost. 2) They have scored 109 goals, which represents a mean of 2...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 237 reads 0 comments

  21. Miami Dolphins 2009: A Requiem for a Valiant Season

    When the Miami Dolphins season officially ends next Sunday, there will likely be little rancor among the team’s most fervent followers. Disappointment, perhaps, but not a lot of finger pointing...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 412 reads 2 comments

  22. Vikings Loss Makes Green Bay Real NFC North Champs

    When the NFL regular season ends next week, the Minnesota Vikings will officially be the NFC North division champs. They will ceremoniously hoist a cloth banner somewhere in the rafters of the Metrodome...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 1,655 reads 31 comments

  23. Would You Trust Your Franchise's Cherished Legacy To Ted Ginn's Hands?

    I want to start by turning back the clock for a moment, and I cannot promise this will be a good thing. In fact, it might get ugly. As Lemony Snicket says, the Littlest Elf is out there somewhere if it’s happiness you are looking for...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 552 reads 8 comments

  24. Miami Dolphins-Houston Texans: Dolphins Visited By Three Ghosts

    When the Miami Dolphins take the field this Christmas weekend against the underachieving Houston Texans, they would do well to seek the ghosts of contests past as the parsimonious stingy Scrooges ...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 491 reads 0 comments

  25. William Shakespeare's Childress and Favre

    William Shakespeare's Childress and Favre . Act One, Scene One In a simple room furnished with only a long oaken table sits Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress, with team owner Ziggy Wilf in the background sitting barely illuminated...

    Dave Trembley Written by Dave Trembley about over 4 years ago 654 reads 5 comments