With the 2017-2018 NBA season set to top off tonight, the HTTD basketball trio of Rajan, Neel, and John sat down for Part 1 of their two-part season preview podcast(s), taking a look at the storylines in the NBA’s Western Conference.
As a new wave of quarterbacks has joined the ranks in the NFL, the old guard seems to be dying down. Carson Palmer, Eli Manning, Phillip Rivers, and Ben Roethlisberger all seem to be beyond done.
Like with so many things in the NFL, the stats don’t always tell the story.
Here we go. For the fourth time in six years our beloved Washington Nationals are National League East Champions, and ready for the postseason.
After a mediocre week including the worst beat in the history of gambling with the completely nonsensical touchdown scored by Kansas City on Monday night, here is one thing that I am sure of in a season of uncertainty in the NFL: no one knows jack shit about the league this season.
It’s hard to believe that 30 of the 32 NFL teams will have completed a quarter of their season by Tuesday morning.
After the weirdest and most interesting NFL week in which the players rallied for a cause that has been ignored by the political elite in this country for far too long – mostly because of a tweet by President Donald Trump, which has completely distracted all of you from issues like North Korea and the… Read More »
The Washington Redskins should be thanking 8-pound, 6-ounce baby Jesus that they escaped Los Angeles with a win against the Rams last Sunday (even though there was no reason that should’ve ended up being a close game)
After an amazing Week 2, I’m back for more of the same (hopefully). So let’s get to it.
On January 9th, 2014, the Washington Redskins hired Jay Gruden to succeed Mike Shanahan as head coach. Gruden, a sought-after coach, cut his teeth through the coaching ranks to finally step out of his brother’s shadow.