So many sports and so many things going on at once, I really didn’t know what to talk about, so I decided to talk about two things NFL related. I really didn’t want to talk about Tim Tebow, but sometimes you have to change your mind and go with some of the current trends, although they have calmed down since week 1 has distracted most people from players like Tebow who isn’t on a team right now. Continue reading
Today I am pleased to announce that I have started a podcast with my good friend Sean. The title of our new podcast is 4ES (4th Estate, Entertainment and Sports) and the title explains it all. We plan to talk about sports and entertainment news that we feel you will enjoy. We are fans and we will be acting like fans through out this podcast, giving our opinion on what’s going on in the Sports and Entertainment World, as fans. We plan to talk about many different areas such as NHL, MLB, NFL, CFL, EPL, UFC, TV, Movies, Video Games etc. Continue reading
I know I didn’t write anything last week sorry! Sometimes life gets in the way now onto the article!
The NHL playoffs are here and they are going to be exciting to watch. For the first time in years all the original six teams have made the playoffs. The Red Wings vs. the Ducks, Blackhawks vs. the Wild, Rangers vs. Capitals; Maple Leafs vs. Bruins and the Canadiens vs. the Senators. It is also the first time in a while that two Canadian teams have played against each other. It is the first time since the Ottawa Senators returned to the NHL that the Habs and Sens will face off against each other. The excitement and hype for this series from these two cities is becoming enormous and has the potential to become a new and great rivalry.
It has been a while since I have discussed football and since the free agency has started in the NFL I felt that maybe I should talk about some football. Instead of talking about who is being signed, because players are changing position left right and center, I decided to talk about an old topic that has not been mentioned as much lately, Tim Tebow ladies and gentlemen! Remember Tebow? Tim Tebow was supposed to be this big deal Quarterback in the NFL playing for the Denver Broncos and for a while he was with the Broncos. He pulled off some miraculous comebacks and last minute wins in the 2011 season. That was the season where the Broncos actually beat the Steelers and eliminated them in the playoff. Tebow Time was in full swing in Denver and it seemed it would last for a long time. Funny enough after those playoff games in 2012, Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis Colts QB was released from the team and Denver signed him to a 3-year deal. This changed everything in instant. A team that was built for Tebow’s style of play was now being changed for Manning, and Tebow seemed to be out of the starting QB job. Continue reading
This week I decided to try something new, I will be sharing three quick blogs in one with different topics for each one. I hope that you enjoy all three, this is of course a trial and I would be very grateful to hear some of your opinions on them to help tweak them, or if I should make these into 3 separate blogs and distribute them throughout the week. Something around those lines, thanks a lot and hope you enjoy them!
So that game last night was one heck of a game! The game included a strong lead by the Baltimore Ravens thanks to Joe Flacco and the offense and a good defensive showing lead by Ray Lewis stopped the 49ers and lead at the half 21-6. Then there was the so-so half-time show. I only say mediocre, because I am not a fan of that kind of music, however it was interesting to watch the show but I watch the Superbowl for the football; not the halftime show. Continue reading
So another NFL season has come and gone with many great memories and heartbreaks, however with that said there are millions of football fans still playing Madden 13, a football game developed by EA Sports. This is a very good game with great graphic and game play, but I am not here to rate the game, (8.5/10) but to talk about the possibility that the Madden Curse has been broken. John Madden an ex-NFL coach and commentator who lent his name to EA sports to create the football game, which came out in 1988 and the series has had a game every year since 1993. The “curse” started in 1999 when they decided to put a known NFL player on the cover instead of John Madden. Continue reading
So it is that time of year again, no not an official holiday, but in Canada and especially in the United States it might as well be considered a holiday, to most Football fans it is Super Bowl Sunday! February 3rd over 73 000 fans will go to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to watch the San Francisco 49ers vs Baltimore Ravens to compete for the top football prize the Vince Lombardi trophy. You can also count on the fact that there will be a projected amount of 100 million people in the United States watching the game with millions more in Canada and across the globe watching as well.