Bio not provided
@BriChung No conclusions were jumped to.
2 weeks, 2 days ago on Ray Rice allegedly knocked his fiancé out
@joemammy23 This is a business. Teams in London and Toronto would generate much bigger profits than a team in Alaska. Why would they do that? And why should it be a requirement? Have the Blue Jays or Raptors hurt baseball or basketball?
3 months ago on Football in 2030: The state of the NFL
@morganwick In most if not all cases, CBS/Fox have multiple games in their slot. All count. Apples and oranges, especially considering it's prime time vs. Sunday afternoon.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Bob Costas says he wouldn't let his kids play football
@morganwick The numbers favor Sunday Night Football.
@morganwick I don't care what, like, six commenters told me. That would be pretty weak if I reversed course on something based on comment sections.
4 months, 4 weeks ago on Relatively speaking, Thursday Night Football sucks
@JvilleJosh @CrystalBallRun @ThisGivenSunday What is dumb?
5 months ago on Could Alabama beat the Jacksonville Jaguars? Probably not
@morganwick That's the question.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on Hard Knocks paves the way for Aaron Maybin, the artist
@dlaxn1 It wasn't even our idea, bro. We're reacting to something proposed by Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News.
10 months ago on Is Tim Tebow's next job as a college football TV analyst? | May | 2013
@Pastor Bear So did Mark Ingram, Troy Smith and Jason White.
@gregbeaulieu Hey, I'm a full-time NFL writer living in Canada so believe me, I feel your pain with the hockey overkill.
10 months, 1 week ago on NHL on TSN's "Panel Hangover" is sports comedy gold | April | 2013
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.bloguin.com/thisgivensunday/2012-articles/october/the-10-worst-kinds-of-football-fans.html
@TomUrtzNYR Thanks, Tom. I've added you to our hat tip.
1 year ago on No, ESPN.com, the Bruins didn't trade former NBA forward Tim Thomas to the Islanders | February | 2013
@BrandonJBracy My bad. Thanks man.
1 year, 1 month ago on 49ers vs. Falcons: First look at the NFC Championship Game
@BenKoo That's unbelievable. Regular bettors must hate hearing stories like that.
1 year, 2 months ago on Homer Bettors Screwed Las Vegas Sports Books in 2012
@CFBZ My bad.
1 year, 4 months ago on Five & Five: The biggest surprises/disappointments from Sunday
@Shaner Wilcat is very rare. Nickel and dime defenses existed then. For the most part, it hasn't transpired.
1 year, 4 months ago on Using predictions from 33 years ago to forecast the NFL's future
@FrankPhillips @smaclemons Finally something we can agree on! (I'm Canadian)
1 year, 4 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.bloguin.com/thisgivensunday/2012-articles/october/the-10-worst-kinds-of-football-fans.html
@smaclemons @FrankPhillips Thanks Shane.
Yeah, Frank. That's the thing. I'm a very good writer. Do you know how few of us make careers out of this? You think it's a coincidence that I have? Think I've just gotten lucky for the last seven years? And I suppose I'm lucky in all walks of life, because no idea how I got my girlfriend with this mug... And why did I host two live sports shows last year under those circumstances? Man, pure luck. Or maybe you're concluding that I'm a bad writer based on one piece (of the 4,500 pieces I've written) which rubbed you the wrong way, and that I'm an ugly mofo based on a grainy thumbnail. Look at all those pixels in my teeth!
@FrankPhillips That's your goal. You truly want to make someone else's day worse. This is what makes you a troll. I couldn't care less, dude. Truly. Love my job. Starting to think I might have a crush on you, too.
@FrankPhillips Actually, if you're not getting negative comments, you're doing something wrong. I don't know a good blogger who doesn't get ripped apart for factors that have nothing to do with his or her article (as was the case here, since I never actually received a concrete criticism from you on the contents of the actual piece).
When was the last time you wrote a company or left a comment in a comment box at a restaurant to tell them they're doing a great job?
The reality is that the vast majority of feedback is negative. Sad, isn't it? I mean, when you really think about it, my boss assigned me this piece and I wrote it with us both having the intention of giving people a light read to enjoy. Maybe something to relate to, or maybe something to draw comparisons to their lives and friends. Yet instead of reading and moving on, you felt the need to publicly bash our efforts, completely failing to pick up on the tongue-and-cheek vibe.
That's spreading hate for little to no reason. The majority of writers have been trained to ignore twerps like you, but I was in the mood to call you out and have some fun with it.
So again, thanks for the entertainment. And thanks for the extra 10-15 hits. Off to the dentist....