Few traits are more human than taking a good thing too far.
A summer blockbuster diverts us, so we demand it become a trilogy (or a septet these days). Pork is tasty so we invent the bacon explosion — for the uninitiated, a log of spicy sausage wrapped in bacon and tossed on the grill. The NCAA tournament was great with 64 teams so we pushed it to 68.Read more
With just a quarter of the league over .500 at the quarter-mark of the season for many, two things are clear: The teams that are good appear to be very good, and you’re splitting hairs trying to figure out the next 16 or so.
I’ll do my best. As always, these rankings are completely subjective, yet objectively correct.
Click the pictures above for the rankings.Read more
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Jon Meoli picks five stats that stand out for the Ravens.
5: Not including end-of-half and end-of-game drives, the Ravens defense has gotten off the field without allowing a first down five times.Read more
The Buffalo Bills won again, thanks in part to quarterback Tyrod Taylor, and the Chicago Bears lost again, but don't blame outside linebacker Pernell McPhee.
Click the captions above to see how former Ravens performed with their new teams in Week 3.Read more
Between underachievers like the Ravens and quarterback injuries to MVP candidates in Pittsburgh and Dallas, these Sports Blitz power rankings don’t look much like anyone expected them to — or the way they’ll look in a few weeks, if I had to guess.
This is where we stand after three weeks, though. As always, these rankings are completely subjective, yet objectively correct.Read more