The NFL playoffs begin this weekend. Players contracts are set up to pay throughout the season for the sixteen games that are played. Continue reading →
College and pro sports are nice to watch, but have had the luxury of being subsidized by the taxpayer.
No Andrew Luck, anthem protests and crappy overall team play are making TV executives nervous because fans not watching the Indianapolis Colts. Continue reading →
Today, a growing portion of parents are in a spending frenzy on their kids athletics in just a small chance they go onto college or professional in a sport. Continue reading →
My first time playing fantasy football was in 2000. Ever since then I’ve played every year.
NFL training camps are about to kick off which should excite fans. Months of hard work in physical training Continue reading →
Forbes released their sports rankings for team values and the Indianapolis Colts came in Continue reading →