Hall of Fame weekend has come and gone and the class of 2018 are officially Hall of Famers. What a weekend it was and what a class it was. As good as the class was, the speeches were even better. Some highlights were Jerry Kramer talking of the good ole days in Green Bay where … Continue reading The 2018 Hall of Fame Weekend Did Not Disappoint
On many occasions, I tend to zone out completely from what’s going on in my life and solely just think about past football players, their careers, watch their highlights, and where I’d rank them all time. Insane? Yes. Am I ashamed? A little. But hey, I suppose there are worse ways to spend my time. … Continue reading Reggie Bush was Really Good and USC Fans Still Don’t Appreciate Him.
If anyone hasn’t heard the news, TPA ha been officially cleared to put our podcasts on Apple. This is huge for us, and will prove to be a big step in our world domination. But this blog isn’t going to be used to flex on everyone about our most recent step forward, it’s to put … Continue reading Jerry Rice is the 11th Greatest Receiver of All Time
Cardinals pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon's life for the last fourteen months has been an absolute rollercoaster of one preposterous event after another. In May of 2017 the Triple A pitcher took a line drive to the right temple that almost killed him on the field. After an extensive brain surgery he rehabbed his way back to … Continue reading Poncedeleon Throws 7 No-Hit Innings A Year After Almost Dying On The Mound; Promptly Demoted Back To Triple A
The Boston Celtics continue to shock the world by going up 2-0 in the Eastern Conference finals against the Lebron James led Cleveland Cavaliers. Even with their best 2 players hurt, the Celtics seem to just continue to gel and continue to beat any and all challengers. The Point After was able to send a … Continue reading Celtics Go Up 2-0 Against Lebron James and Horrid Cavaliers Squad
While everyone in the entire basketball universe knew that the Toronto Raptors are a WEAK 1 seed and had no shot going into the Cavs series, I had my hopes for our Canadian cousins. Sure, they looked like the same old Raptors, but the Cavs are bad. Like, REALLY bad. The Cavs are like a … Continue reading Of Course The Raptors Blow Game One to Lebron. Sweep Coming?
Obviously the story that has been hanging over the head of Patriot fans everywhere is the unhappiness of Tom Brady in New England. From the leaked ESPN story to odd instagram posts when Malcom Butler left for Tennessee, Pats fans' boots have been shaking harder than Charlie Sheen in rehab. Rightfully so, as it's scary when … Continue reading Can Tom Brady Keep his Mouth Shut or Leave the Pats Already?
Let me just preface this blog with the fact that I actually like the picks Dealer Billy made to an extent. I had no idea who this Wynn character is and still really don't but anything else with a pulse is a better option than Cam Fleming at tackle heading into 2019. Ten or so … Continue reading The Patriots Didn’t Take Lamar Jackson And I’ve Been Sulking All Day
This draft was set up to be one of those drafts that you will soon see in “Caught in the Draft”. The anticipation was so great, and all of a sudden the first round is gone, and I’m sure no one really cares too much anymore. So let’s run though some of the moves from … Continue reading 2018 NFL Draft First Round Takes
Tonight marks the first night of the 2018 NFL Draft, and to kick off The Point After's draft coverage I'm giving you my idiot's review of cinematic perfection in Draft Day. This movie is a football guy's wet dream, and it might be the greatest bad movie ever. Kevin Costner stars as the Browns GM, … Continue reading My Idiot’s Review Of The Greatest Movie Of All Time: Draft Day