6 Thoughts on the Cavs Loss to the Spurs

I had a chance to watch the Cavs take on the Spurs last night on DVR. It was a great regular season NBA game, particularly for this early in the season. Now that this Cavs team is starting to take shape, here are my takeaways from the game: 1 – Bold move by Blatt to […]

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Browns Week 11 Thoughts

The Browns Week 11 loss was another example of the team setting high expectations with recent performances, only to disappoint fans by being dominated by a team with a losing record. As angry as the game made me, I was too frustrated to write a fully fleshed out column, but hope you’ll enjoy my Browns […]

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Cavs 2014-2015 Predictions

This was originally scheduled to be posted last week, but due to some technical difficulties and my being unavailable in Canada, it was delayed until today. I wrote all of the answers (questions submitted by guys @ TheDiehardNerd), and have not edited it, before the tip off against the Knicks last week. Presented in Q&A […]

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Roger Goodell is a Distraction

Over the last few weeks I, like many football fans, have wondered “how does Roger Goodell still have a job?” As Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti prepares for another NFL press conference to talk about the Ray Rice scandal this afternoon, this question seems to be coming up more frequently by the day. Where the NBA […]

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Fantasy Football Power Rankings

For my work fantasy league I write up Power Rankings every week, if you’re interested in how our league is playing out, I’ll be posting the Power Rankings every week (teams listed by team name, names hidden to protect my co-workers, my team is “Julio Jones and Me”): East 1 – CF Luncheon Wagon – […]

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Lebron James and My Sports Heart

Before I start this post, I want to explain that, while I love sports, I understand they have their place in society. Sports are not life and death in most situations; they provide an outlet from “real” life. With that qualifier, 4 years ago, Lebron James broke my sports heart when he “took his talents […]

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The Middle Ground

Earlier today I had a discussion with a colleague on what defines feminism. Initially, when asked to define “feminism”, my impression was that feminists believe that the rights of women are more important than those of men. Upon more consideration, and through some patient discussion with my friend, I realize that feminists don’t favor the […]

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Renting in Boston

Recently, the Boston Globe published three longform articles on the industry built around renting in Boston. It’s some of the best journalism I’ve read lately, they had a whole team doing research on renting in Boston in relation to local universities, recent tragedies, rental companies with hundreds of properties, and the amount of work they […]

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Browns Draft Thoughts

In sequential order of preference, my thoughts on the Cleveland Browns 2014 NFL draft options (only a week away!): #4 Pick: – Draft at 4 – Trade Down – Trade Up – Clowney – Robinson – Matthews – Watkins – Manziel – Mack – Trade Down #26 Pick: – Draft at 26 – Trade Up […]

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