Tony Romo is injured again, and Dallas fans have to feel sick. Some are hyping Dak Prescott as an interesting replacement, but I’m not buying that hype.
Meanwhile, Ezekiel Elliott looked amazing in the preseason game against Seattle, including a punishing play when he ran over Kam Chancellor. Elliott flashed all the skills he showed at Ohio State where he led the Buckeyes to a National Championship, and he naturally has fantasy football fans drooling.
But you have to wonder how much the Romo injury will affect his production. He has an amazing line in front of him, but defenses will be stacking the box and daring Prescott to beat them with his arm. This will be interesting to watch.
Art Briles said recently that he’s never done anything “illegal, immoral or unethical.” Really? I get the guy wants to defend himself given the mess he left at Baylor, but this seems like a pretty bizarre statement, and as you can see from the video above he’s getting ripped for it.
I’ve been playing fantasy football for decades, and it’s amazing how much the experience has changed the last several years with the mobile phone apps. The instantaneous scoring and feedback changes the whole experience so you can even follow the exact score of your fantasy game while you’re at an actual NFL game (assuming they have decent reception at the stadium).
The advancements in technology have caused virtually every aspect of our day to day lives to change at breakneck speeds. The old way of doing things is no longer valid and we must either keep up or be left behind.
This is true for many things, even professional sports. The age of the internet has created a new breed of fans who are interested in more than just the simple gameplay that we got used to in the old days. These fans want interaction, up-to-date news, and special offers – and they will not settle for anything less.
Who doesn’t love sports? Basketball, football, soccer, rugby, hockey — there’s a sport for everyone. So here are a few apps for sports fans who can’t get enough of their favorite teams and those who enjoy betting, because let’s face it, what is sports without a few side bets right?