Sports Carnage Episode 9: Championship Sunday Preview and Examining When We’re Right and *GASP* Sometimes Not

The crew discusses the road to Championship Sunday, what comes next, and a new Grizzly Bair segment where the crew takes a look at where they’ve been on the money and where they’ve been way off mark.   Subscribe: PodBean OR Itunes Download this episode: PodBean OR Itunes

Sports Carnage Episode 8: NFL Wildcard & Divisional Round, Clemson Rolls the Tide, Tua vs. Jalen, and Grizzly Takes

The crew breaks down an anti-climatic College Football Championship, discusses an NFL Playoff field that looks like everything college was missing, debate the merits of “playing out the string” and when it’s time for the backup QB, bring back an OG version of the Grizzly Bair segment where everyone takes turns abusing Dylan, and of … Read more

EVERY NFL Playoff team ranked, EVERY Playoff game predicted (Including the Super Bowl)

Here we go!!! The NFL Playoffs are finally upon us and with no truly dominant teams in the league, we should be in for a lot of fun. Embed from Getty Images So, which teams have the best chance of making it to the Super Bowl? Who will win it all? Well, after watching the … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 7: NFL Wildcard Weekend, Bama/Clemson, and living the Diva Life

New Year, New team. JK – same 4 dudes, same rambling arrogance. Antonio Brown is feeling himself, the NFL Playoffs have arrived, College Football is about to crown a champion, and the Grizzly Bair segment is back and better than ever.   Subscribe: PodBean OR Itunes Download this episode: PodBean OR Itunes

Today in Detroit Sports History: In 1951, Joe Louis fights for the last time

Joseph Louis Barrow. Joe Louis. Mahogany Mauler. The Brown Bomber. Call him what you want, Joe Louis was one of the great boxing champions of all time, and he made Detroit his home. Embed from Getty Images The Brown Bomber was born in a rural area of Alabama to a sharecropper and his wife. One … Read more

5 Potential August trade candidates for the Tigers

The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone. The Tigers made just one transaction but as fans learned a year ago, key trades can still be made in the month of August… they just require a little extra work. A quick refresher on the waiver wire works: A team can place non-injured players … Read more

5 Ways LeGarrette Blount and Kerryon Johnson can instantly help the run game

The Detroit Lions have spent the offseason renovating their ground game. After another dismal display of rushing in 2017, General Manager Bob Quinn made it a priority to repair the running attack which has been reflected through his signings in the free agency and NFL Draft. Most notably Quinn picked up new pieces for the offensive line, … Read more

Make Baseball Great Again: 5 Ways to Improve America’s Pastime

MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates at Boston Red Sox

Ever since Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred was elected to his position prior to the 2015 regular season, he’s been very open to any and all ideas that can improve the sport. If you’re a fan of baseball, you have to admire a very open-minded person in his role exploring all the ways to make the … Read more

5 Tournament teams that could bust your bracket

Nothing is more American than filling out an NCAA Tournament bracket this time of the year. Maybe perhaps more American are the countless people filling them out and picking teams left and right, acting like they know what they hell they are doing after admittedly watching little-to-no basketball during the season (you know who you … Read more

5 Bold predictions for the 2018 Detroit Tigers

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians

What exactly is in store for the Detroit Tigers in 2018? Hell, nobody really knows, but there seems to be a general guestimation that they “won’t be very good” this season, which is very possible. Still, there are some guys spread throughout what will eventually make up the Opening Day 25-man roster that could dictate a … Read more