It’s draft day today, and you may have noticed that former Fullbright distinguished fellow Gregggggggg Easterbrook has yet to issue his annual “mock” mock draft, in which he has teams drafting all sorts of whimsical fictional characters and public figures. The Ravens drafting Hillary Clinton because she excels at…
For today's Buffalo News, columnist Greg Connors did a neat thing, asking a bunch of sports media people—some local, some national—to name their favorite sports books. They listed some really good titles, and it's fun to see what writers like Bryan Curtis, Will Leitch, and Josh Levin came up with. You should go check…
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Imagine the import of an alien to answer the yes-or-no question, "Does your society believe in God?"
Drew Magary's Thursday Afternoon NFL Dick Joke Jamboroo runs every Thursday during the NFL season, except when the NFL decides to open the season on a Wednesday.
If you've hung out around this site in the past, you know that we consider ESPN fartsniffer Gregg Easterbrook to be a haughty dipshit. When Easterbrook isn't spending inches of column space attacking the plot holes in an episode of Human Target (He does just that this week, which is timely!), he's indulging in his…
Now that Terra Nova has been canceled, noted Brookings Institutionarian and surveyor of the cosmos Gregg Easterbrook was finally free today to chime in on the NFL bounty scandal. And oh, dear readers. Oh, the man never fails to disappoint. Right off the bat, this is what you get ...
The coming return of the NFL means it's time for yet another season of ESPN columnist and Christian Mr. Spock Greggggg Easterbrook writing 50,000 words about how smart he is and how stupid and ungrateful the rest of the world is. And, as a bonus this season, Easterbrook is now really old and out of it!
You only need to see the headline and the byline to know what you're in for with yesterday's breathtakingly pointless Easterbrook essay about President Obama filling out a March Madness bracket. Yes, some people are still actually debating this. BLACKIEHUSSEINBRACKETGATE! Let's dive in, shall we?
"Why do small-school and low-drafted NFL receivers excel where glory boys falter?" asks Gregg Easterbrook, who as far as I'm concerned is Colin Cowherd with a thesaurus and whose answer to his own question is as inevitable as it is dumb.
We enter Day 7 of Favre-Sterger overload and even though the media crush has died down somewhat, the Favre supporters are still out in full force. Including that gentleman who left that lovely message at Gawker's office. (NSFW for "CALLTHEFUCKINGCOPS")
When Gregg Easterbrook's old "Tuesday Morning Quarterback" initially appeared on
ESPN Slate, way way way way back in the day, it seemed like a revelation, and we say that not only because of his consistently amusing (and depressing) "Arizona (CAUTION: MAY CONTAIN FOOTBALL-LIKE SUBSTANCE) Cardinals" crack.
We're not even sure what to say about Gregg Easterbrook's newest column. The man has clearly lost it; we're actually a little worried about him. [ESPN]
This was so inevitable that we can't believe it took them so long: The gang at Kissing Suzy Kolber have finally gotten around to mocking Gregg Easterbrook. Some comedic highlights:
It has been two-and-a-half years since famed New Republic writer Gregg Easterbook and his "Tuesday Morning Quarterback" column were fired from ESPN for supposedly anti-Semitic sentiments in a piece he wrote for TNR. (Yeah, remember, he didn't actually write it for ESPN.) Though we always thought that while…