We're The Deadspin Staff. Come Ask Us Some Questions.

Been a lot going on 'round these parts recently, and since we don't feel like doing anything productive, how about you just ask us some questions, yeah? » 10/24/14 3:15pm 10/24/14 3:15pm

We're The Deadspin Staff. Let's Chat.

It's been a long week and we're pretty much done, so rather than working, we're going to hang out in the comments and answer any questions you might have for us. Let's do it. » 8/15/14 3:00pm 8/15/14 3:00pm

What Would Your Ideal Sports Website Look Like?

Serious question. Approach from any angle you wish. If you could build a sports site from scratch, what would it look like? What would it cover? What sort of bells and whistles would you want? Tell us in the discussion below. » 7/28/14 3:55pm 7/28/14 3:55pm

Freakonomics For The Derby: I'm Steven Levitt. Let's Talk Horses.

Steven Levitt is one of the authors of Freakonomics and a professor of economics at the University of Chicago. He's also something of a railbird and an adviser to Derby Jackpot, a legal online horse betting website. Dive into the discussion below and ask him about handicapping tomorrow's Kentucky Derby (or about » 5/01/14 1:01pm 5/01/14 1:01pm

Jesse Katz, who wrote that amazing/insane story about Yasiel Puig's defection, will be by for a chat at 2:00 Eastern. Make sure to read the whole thing here; it raises a lot of interesting questions. » 4/15/14 9:11am 4/15/14 9:11am

We're Jason Kelce And Connor Barwin. Got Any Questions?

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce and linebacker Connor Barwin are in the discussion section below, answering your questions. Connor wrote this, and Jason might lend you some money if you ask nicely. » 2/28/14 1:50pm 2/28/14 1:50pm

I'm Dirk Hayhurst. Got Any Questions For Me?

We're joined by Dirk Hayhurst, former MLB pitcher, broadcaster, and author of Bigger Than The Game: Restitching a Major League Life. Read an excerpt from his new book, and ask him your questions below. » 2/26/14 12:58pm 2/26/14 12:58pm

What It's Like To Cover Screwed-Up, Despotic NFL Franchises

We're joined by the Washington Post's Redskins reporter Kent Babb. He also authored "Arrowhead Anxiety," which blew the lid off the Chiefs' front-office dysfunction, so he's uniquely equipped to discuss directionless football teams. Ask him anything you want in the comments below, and he'll try to answer before Tony… » 1/14/14 1:00pm 1/14/14 1:00pm

Alex Gibney And Betsy Andreu Are Here To Talk About The Armstrong Lie

Documentarian Alex Gibney, director of the Oscar-winning Taxi to the Dark Side, has spent his career making films about corruption and the abuse of power. The project that eventually became The Armstrong Lie wasn't necessarily meant to be one of them. What had initially been a story about Armstrong's 2009 comeback,… » 11/13/13 12:05pm 11/13/13 12:05pm

Join us at noon Eastern for a chat with acclaimed documentarian Alex Gibney, director of The Armstrong Lie, and Betsy Andreu, a key figure in the Lance Armstrong story. They'll be up to talk about the movie, Armstrong, doping, vindication, and whatever else comes up. » 11/13/13 10:17am 11/13/13 10:17am

The League Of Denial Reporters Are Here To Take Your Questions

Last night, PBS premiered the Frontline documentary on the NFL's head-injury crisis, League of Denial. The principal investigative journalists featured in League of Denial, ESPN reporters (and brothers) Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru, are here to answer your questions. » 10/09/13 6:00pm 10/09/13 6:00pm

Reporter Alan Schwarz Changed The NFL; He's Here To Talk Concussions

We're joined now by New York Times enterprise reporter Alan Schwarz. Best known for his groundbreaking work on football's concussion crisis, he also wrote a terrific history of the role of statistics in baseball, and is a regular recipient of warm holiday greetings from Roger Goodell. Have questions for him about … » 10/08/13 4:57pm 10/08/13 4:57pm

Join us at 5:00 Eastern for a chat with Alan Schwarz, the New York Times reporter whose groundbreaking work on the NFL's concussion crisis should have won him a Pulitzer. He'll be here to talk about League of Denial and whatever else comes up. » 10/08/13 2:10pm 10/08/13 2:10pm

So What Was That All About? Ask SI's Editors About Their OSU Series

A week ago, Sports Illustrated began publishing its much-discussed, much-criticized five-part investigative series on Oklahoma State's football program. Yesterday, SI managing editor Chris Stone and executive editor Jon Wertheim provided a coda, explaining the intent of the package: » 9/17/13 2:00pm 9/17/13 2:00pm

Is Everything You Know About Soccer Wrong? Ask David Sally

We're joined now by David Sally, co-author with Chris Anderson of The Numbers Game: Why Everything You Know About Soccer Is Wrong. It's an argument for the power of analytics in soccer that's full of surprising conclusions about issues like the value of a goal scored relative to that of one saved, whether there's a… » 9/12/13 2:00pm 9/12/13 2:00pm