Jack and Darren preview Super Bowl LII with the help of some of their Sports Gazette colleagues — Rob Clayden, Rob Sutton and Thomas Kaiser. They also breakdown the NFL end of season awards ahead of the announcement of each award on Saturday night.
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This week, Jack and Darren play fair or unfair with all the coaching hires across the eight available openings in the NFL. We also recap our beer pressures from divisional weekend and see how our playoff picks are holding up. Then, of course preview the two championship games on
This week, Jack and Darren play another round of fair or unfair - debating the picks for the All-Pro team. We recap our wagers from wildcard weekend and introduce an innovative new name for our wagers! Following that, we preview the divisional weekend match-ups and mourn the inevitable death of
The first of a weekly podcast covering all the latest news in American Football, based across the pond in the UK. This week, Jack and Darren explore the recent coach departures in the NFL with Black Monday passing us after Week 17. We attempt to rank the eight coaching positions
The Golden State Warriors won their third title in four years in 2018, but if the Houston Rockets had not missed 27 straight three pointers in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals, or if JR Smith knew the score in the final seconds of Game 1 of the NBA
It has been a year of emotions and milestones for Major League Baseball, so let's take a look at what happened between Spring Training and the 2018 World Series.
In August, Barry Bonds' number 25 jersey was retired in AT&T Park. The left-fielder for the San Francisco Giants is
The NFL in 2018 came out swinging with a thrilling set of playoff games, culminating with the Nick Foles-led Philadelphia Eagles delivering the first Super Bowl to the City of Brotherly Love in a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots.
The stage was set. New super teams formed, like the
It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, a snow game in the NFL is a joy to watch.
Game plans go out of the window and finesse is replaced by brute force and, often, calamity.
As people around the world wish for a white Christmas, lets take a look at the
Ties are uncommon in American Sports. Now, of course they happen in the NHL, or at times in the NFL — such as the exhilarating Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers earlier this season — but most tied games will have a winner by the end of overtime.
Though it can
As the dust settles on 2018, it would be easy to sit back and reflect on another amazing year of sport. With the FIFA World Cup, the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup and all of the annual events too, there was certainly plenty to celebrate. Even if it didn’t quite