The Cleveland Browns are currently the most hapless team in the league at 0-4, and no one would want to be in their shoes. Every other team has already broken into the winning column. They had their chances, and they somehow found a way to squander it.
In their game last Sunday, they had the Washington Redskins on the ropes late in the game, but have managed to fall back to their usual selves and allowed another end-game collapse. And, fans could almost see that coming. It's not hard to predict, judging the games against Baltimore and Miami.
And, it seems like the football Gods aren't smiling on them just yet. The Browns are set to face the New England Patriots at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday, with Tom Brady returning to the fold. more >>
There is something intriguing about the state of Ohio in relation to the US presidential elections. The state's vote concurs with the result of the national elections more often than any other state in the country.
Win the Ohio state and more than 90 percent of the time, the candidate is assured of the presidency. And, this is why the swing state with its 18 electoral votes is nothing to sneeze at.
Just recently, one of Ohio's most popular and beloved figures in LeBron James endorsed Hillary Clinton for the White House seat. And, this could help bolster the Democrat's bid to win the state. more >>
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's gesture during the national anthem is getting a lot of attention lately and has even created a social chasm between those who stand behind him and those who feel slighted by the action.
Some of the critics claim that Kaepernick's antics during the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner" somehow shows contempt to the US military. On the one hand, those who approve of him and his means are lauding him for his non-violent form of protest against police brutality and shootings of Black people.
Kaepernick is Not Alone more >>
Good news for every basketball fan: the 2016-17 NBA season starts later this month, but as tradition goes, more games are in store for the basketball world before the season officially begins. One of them features another potential superteam, albeit an aging one. The young Milwaukee Bucks test their up-and-coming stars against the Three Alphas of the Chicago Bulls; Rajon Rondo, Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade.
The Three Alphas
The biggest story for Chicago is their acquisition of superstars who might be past their prime but can still put in work for a solid postseason run. Rondo takes his crafty passing and superb court vision to the Bulls, after just one year of a seemingly replenished career in Sacramento. more >>
Weeks ago, Allen Iverson was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, an honor he truly deserves in the sport. In his 14-year NBA career, he was a four-time scoring leader, a three-time All-NBA first-teamer and an 11-time All-Star. He was also the 2001 NBA MVP and a cultural icon who inspired legions of fans to play and dress like him.
After a successful and colorful career in the league, how rich is the basketball Hall of Famer? Is the retired basketball player broke?
Iverson's Net Worth 2016 more >>
Ayesha Curry, wife of back-to-back NBA MVP Stephen Curry, recently spilled some of her husband's secrets and hidden talents. She revealed that the Golden State Warriors superstar is a chicken parm lover who has a knack for cooking.
Chef Curry's Favorite
In an interview with Pret-a-Reporter at an event of her new cookbook "The Seasoned Life," Ayesha disclosed the recipe that won the NBA superstar's heart. The 27-year-old mother of two said that Steph would always seem to be pretty happy with everything she serves, but he is a fan of her chicken parm. more >>