Tennessee Titans offseason recap 

By Bill Murphy  The Tennessee Titans finished the season with a 12-5 record, winning the AFC South for the second consecutive year. Unfortunately, after securing the number one seed and a first round bye, they lost  to  the eventual AFC Champion, Cincinnati  Bengals in the Divisional round. Head  Coach Mike Vrabel was voted AP’s CoachContinue reading “Tennessee Titans offseason recap “

The Final “Judge” ment has been made  

By Bill Murphy  Well after two miserable seasons New York Giants Head Coach, Joe Judge has been fired.  Judge finished his tenure  in New York with an abysmal  10-23 record .  Over the past couple weeks there was speculation about Joe Judge’s future, right before the week 16 game against the Eagles, It was reportedContinue reading The Final “Judge” ment has been made  

Sub-Urban Area

By: Mike Rifkin and Bill Murphy Urban Meyer is one of the best coaches in the history of College Football. The Jacksonville Jaguars hired Meyer this offseason to lead their franchise. It was a failure from the start. The Jags have fired Meyer after 13 games. Meyer’s firing was the first time since 2007 theContinue reading “Sub-Urban Area”

Garret’s firing and the future of the New York Giants  

By Bill Murphy  After their Monday night loss against the Tampa Bay Bucs ,The New York Giants fired Offensive Coordinator Jason Garrett after just two seasons with the team.  Since Garrett took over as offensive coordinator, the Giants offense has been anemic. In the 26 games, that  he has been offensive coordinator of the GiantsContinue reading Garret’s firing and the future of the New York Giants  

Is The Yankee Season Salvageable ?

By Bill Murphy  I was born in 1994, so I was around during the golden age of the New York Yankees, seeing them win seven American League Pennants and Five World Series. One of my earliest memories of watching baseball was watching the core four (Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera, and Andy Pettite).  My Continue reading “Is The Yankee Season Salvageable ?”