Monthly Archives: September 2017

Danny Trevathan is not a dirty player. Period.

Bear with me, I’ll explain. As a Packers fan, I’ll admit my initial reaction to watching ‘the hit’ on Devante Adams, especially in slow motion, wasn’t so supportive of the Bears linebacker. In fact, I proceeded to debate his fate with Brad and Danny for

Talking Sports

Just about as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with sports. I have been seeking out content to watch and to read since well before the internet and smartphones teamed up to keep a continual stream of sports pumping straight into my

NFL Week 4 Picks

Welcome to the inaugural NFL Picks column on SportsIntel! Our intention is to bring you expert selections every week of the season from here on out. If we didn’t write on your game, feel free to request it! Picks by Danny Detroit at Minnesota The

College Football Week 5

I’ve heard enough about anthem protests. And I don’t want to write about college basketball scandals either. Hockey’s regular season starts on the 5th, so it’s too early for that. Should I do a detailed breakdown of this weekend’s best EPL match featuring first place

National Anthem Protests

I haven’t been eager to address this controversial topic here on SportsIntel, but after things reached a crescendo this weekend (man, I hope that was the peak of the madness), I now find myself compelled to write. I don’t think I have anything groundbreaking to

Quick Thoughts from Thursday Night Football

1- Nike Color Rush™ uniforms have mostly sucked, but this year is off to a decent start. I hate to admit it, but I actually find myself more and more interested in the uniform hype that has crept into sports the last decade or so.

GGG v Canelo

Thanks a lot, boxing. We’ve learned not to trust you when your main event involves Floyd Mayweather. This isn’t our first foray into your world. You have told us repeatedly that the best fighter of our era is a phenomenal marketer and a little dude

Millennials, Recency Bias, and the Death of Baseball

Every single weekday of 2014—arguably the busiest year of my life; the year in which I became a homeowner and a father—I went on ESPN.com and voted in the Sports Nation Polls. That probably sounds like a terrible waste of time, but the reality of

Brady is Great, but not the Greatest

I may be the last man in the world of football who is still not convinced that Tom Brady is the GOAT. I know that this is heresy in New England and could possibly lead to a repeat of Salem Witch trials if I were