Posts Tagged“football”

Ladies and gentlemen the time is almost here, in just 3 short weeks the FIFA World Cup will once again kick off to see which team is the world’s greatest. It seems like just yesterday we were watching the Germans destroy Brazil on home soil on their way to lifting the 2014 World Cup, but where will the smart money go this year? If you like to bet on football then this is the perfect tournament to do just that, with 3 games almost each day until the final rounds of the tournament. For the best bet offers I would…

The Super Bowl is without question one of the world’s grandest sporting events and each year there a a huge number of people, sports fans and non-sports fans alike, who tune in to watch the spectacle. I do happen to be a huge sports fan and each year for the past 5, my buddy Greg Lindae and I have hosted the greatest Super Bowl parties in our neighborhood. What started off as hosting for a few friends, has turned into a spectacle all by itself and I thought I’d share with you the perfect way to host a Super Bowl…

My buddy Matthew Knouff and I are the only Tottenham Hotspur fans in our hometown, or at least the only ones that we know of, and that means that we often get a lot of stick when it comes to soccer. One of the biggest problems that Spurs are facing right now, and one of the first insults people throw at us, is that we are a feeder club to the big teams. Spurs have assembled a remarkable squad of young talent, and the question is, can they keep hold of their best players? Why They Will Stay I will…

If you’re a bit worn down by the long Major League Baseball (MLB) season, you are likely not alone. When you play 162 games during the regular season, tack on about a month’s worth of playoffs, yes, you could say the season is a bit too long. On the flip side of the coin, the National Football League (NFL) seems to have it just about right. Start the regular season in early September, end the regular season around New Year’s Day or so, have a few weeks of playoffs, and then head into the Super Bowl with all the marbles…

After three years spent mainly on the sidelines, Kirk Cousins really proved himself as a starting quarterback in 2015, producing a very solid season for the Washington Redskins. The former fourth round draft pick leapfrogged Robert Griffin III in the quarterback pecking order, going on to start 15 regular season games for the franchise, as well as the Wild Card playoff loss against Green Bay Packers. With RG3 now a Cleveland Brown, it’s clear that Cousins is out to prove his elite status by starting next season as the Redskins number-one quarterback, although the 27-year old is still yet to agree…