What We Learned about the NFL in 2018

  The 2018 NFL season felt like a watershed moment. Coming into the year, NFL attendance and viewership was trending downward, the quality of games was arguably worse (or at least less exciting) than fans were accustomed to seeing, and the league had found itself weighed down by quagmires like concussion and refereeing issues. Superstar... Continue Reading →

The Reds Reclaiming their Place Atop the Perch? A Deep-Dive Preview of Manchester United – Liverpool

By Fernando Acevedo (Quibbl's resident Manchester United supporter) and Ryan Cluett (Quibbl's resident Liverpool blow-hard)   Fernando: This Sunday, Manchester United and Liverpool will renew their bitter rivalry when they meet in another highly anticipated English Premier League match. Manchester United began the season hoping to improve on last season’s second place finish, but the... Continue Reading →

Losing Marc Gasol –

Marc Gasol was traded from the Memphis Grizzlies to the Toronto Raptors at the trade deadline, and fans are still processing the emotions. Eight years ago, I got a copy of NBA 2K as a birthday gift. At the time, I had no interest in basketball - never watched a single game. But as a... Continue Reading →

Six Nations Week 2 Primer

Written by guest contributor and rugby enthusiast, Paul Kitovitz The European Six Nations Rugby championship features 15 matches played over five weekends in February and March. There are within this period two weekends when no matches take place. Countries participating are the so-called Tier 1 nations of the Northern Hemisphere: England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France,... Continue Reading →

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