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Bason’s Pick NFL Week 15

Record 133-76

Thursday:

Denver 24 @ Indianapolis 20

Saturday:

Chicago 13 @ Detroit 20

LA Chargers 34 @ Kansas City 30

Sunday:

Miami 13 @ Buffalo 23

Baltimore 41 @ Cleveland 14

Cincinnati 9 @ Minnesota 31

NY Jets 0 @ New Orleans 24

Philadelphia 23 @ NY Giants 17

Arizona 24 @ Washington 26

Green Bay 24 @ Carolina 23

Houston 6 @ Jacksonville 40

New England 31 @ Pittsburgh 28

LA Rams 23 @ Seattle 17

Tennessee 24 @ San Francisco 14

Dallas 17 @ Oakland 10

Monday:

Atlanta 37 @ Tampa Bay 28

-Bason

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Fantasy Football Is Heroin.

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No hyperbole. I’m coming off one of the most stressful games in my fantasy football life and I think I probably got 6 different types of panic disorders. Fantasy football is literally heroin, it ruins your life but there’s no way you can stop playing. Just not possible folks.

I started out my season 0-3, it’s nearly impossible to come back down 0-3 in fantasy. But, just like the Red Sox and David Roberts, I stole Carson Wentz off my waivers and then he destroyed everyone. I was killing it, Zeke was beating his suspension, now I am on the way back. Zeke finally gets the kick to the nuts, and now I lose him till week 15.

Not fucking good. I still came back despite that, I got Josh Gordon off the wire, Jermaine Kearse, I still had Alfred Morris, and Keenan Allen caught every TD in sight. I was rolling and destroying everyone while other teams fell. I needed a win this week to get in, and a loss from one of two teams to get in. An hour ago, I was up 88-58. Then, Wentz tore his fucking ACL, I’m playing against Gurley who rushed for a TD. Then, Russell Wilson decides to throw 2 touchdowns in the fourth, one for 61 yards, and one for 74.

All within 20 minutes this happened. Now, I have just the Ravens defense left, and my opponent has James White and Chris Boswell, he’s up by 1 point. Not to mention, Keenan Allen got tackled at the goal line and didn’t score, and Kelce got a TD called back. I once lost in the first round of a season where i was 13-1, because shady McCoy got hurt, and Javorius Allen had -0.04 points in an entire game. To top it off, I lost on a garbage time 1 yard TD by Ben Watson in the Monday night game. Every fucking season this shit happens to me, I feel like I’m on the worst trip ever off a bad dose of Heroin because this blog was written all on venom. Fuck Fantasy football, I can’t wait till next year.

Bason’s Pick NFL Week 14

Thursday:

New Orleans 27 @ Atlanta 24

Sunday:

Indianapolis 23 @ Buffalo 30

Chicago 24 @ Cincinnati 19

Green Bay 20 @ Cleveland 9

Oakland 23 @ Kansas City 31

Dallas 17 @ NY Giants 3

Detroit 31 @ Tampa Bay 14

Minnesota 13 @ Carolina 12

San Francisco 31 @ Houston 21

NY Jets 38 @ Denver 14

Tennessee 27 @ Arizona 26

Washington 14 @ LA Chargers 28

Philadelphia 31 @ LA Rams 30

Seattle 17 @ Jacksonville 24

Baltimore 13 @ Pittsburgh 17

Monday:

New England 35 @ Miami 16

-Bason

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Bills Fans Are Like Amazon, The Second You Think They Peak, Amazing Happens

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With the Bills getting blown out during fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Saints, there wasn’t much to cheer about for the few remaining fans at New Era Field. However, that all changed when one man decided to get naked and bravely run across the field in Buffalo temperatures that were hovering in the low-40s. 

The 75-yard run by the nude man was arguably the biggest highlight of the day for Bills fans, who watched their team get blown out 47-10. During the man’s run across the field, hundreds of fans were cheering him on. 

Here’s some video of the incident that was taken from the upper deck. Unfortunately, we can’t show you the NSFW video from the lower deck because he’s naked, but you can check that out here as long as you heed the NSFW warning. 

Buffalo, a place of snow, football, and fans. Every week, we sit back into our cushions just waiting for another Bills Mafia video. Usually, when we see a new Bills Mafia video, it’s just a variation of slamming someone on a table, or setting them on fire.

Then, we get one that is completely wild from the clouds. The Dildo toss of 2016, and now the streaker of 2017, and yet another Dildo toss of 2017. He’s not your typical Bills Mafia guy though, he’s got the build of Conor McGregor and has the locks of a hockey player. He bursted off the bleachers and hit the gap, taking the carry for 75 yards and led the Buffalo Bills in rushing despite an embarrassing game.

Just like Amazon, Bills Mafia dominates the internet while at the same time not having an exact system, it’s the best of everything. When Amazon has a Prime Day, or National Holiday, their stock and Jeff Bezos’s networth skyrocket in the air like the latest dildo toss. I’m not sure what the Bills Mafia stock price looks like, but i’m ready to invest into them instead of bitcoin, upside fellas. Buy low, sell high.

Regardless of internet dominance, you need major media influence on your side. In 2013, Amazon purchased the Washington Post, giving them a huge advantage on the media landscape. This is the Bills Mafia’s next move, they have their brand established, and growing at a big rate. This weekend, Barstool Sports paid a little visit to Bills Mafia for the second time in the last 3 years.

Bills Mafia must buy Barstool Sports. The fastest rising brands colliding? utter dominance. Like, ’85 Bears dominance – like, college freshman girls vs. a bottle of Smirnoff type dominance. Whatever it takes, Bills Mafia needs to recruit their very best group of investors, put their chips, tables, and maddog 2020 in together because we needs these brands to merge like I need a cup of coffee in the big time.

Just like Amazon, despite a couple of distinct leaders, Bills Mafia is an open marketplace tailored to the common man, just trying to make a buck, and get a deal. Anyone can get a bottle of maddog 2020, strap on a helmet, and meet face to table in the name of freedom. That’s capitalism folks. ‘Merica. Also, tailgator prices are significantly lower than the retailer, always stick it to the man!

Amazon recently bought Whole Foods, giving them a niche in the food retail business. I’m assuming Billsmafia doesn’t go to grocery stores, so here’s a solution – buy a majority stake in George Foreman Grills, and a hefty amount of livestock to keep the Mafia nourished. Who needs kale chips when you got a sweet slab of tenderloins and a cup of milk straight from the Cow’s tit.

The internet is great, but what’s next for the Bills Mafia to be seen? That would be TV folks. Amazon recently got streaming rights to Thursday Night Football, this is it. These are the big lights Bills Mafia is yearning to see. This is where the similarities become realities, and the brands collide, the metamorphosis of the 21st century. Watch out, Bills Mafia WILL become an empire.

 

Bason’s Pick NFL Week 13

Record 111-66

Thursday:

Washington 23 @ Dallas 13

Sunday:

Indianapolis 3 @ Jacksonville 24

Minnesota 24 @ Atlanta 20

New England 27 @ Buffalo 24

San Francisco 23 @ Chicago 14

Tampa Bay 30 @ Green Bay 10

Houston 12 @ Tennessee 24

Denver 9 @ Miami 21

Kansas City 24 @ NY Jets 17

Detroit 31 @ Baltimore 20

Cleveland 13 @ LA Chargers 34

NY Giants 6 @ Oakland 28

Carolina 23 @ New Orleans 24

LA Rams 35 @ Arizona 17

Philadelphia 41 @ Seattle 20

Monday:

Pittsburgh 31 @ Cincinnati 16

-Bason

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Just a City Boy, Born and Raised Holland Michigan

Just a city boy, born and raised in south Detroit.  He took the midnight train goin’ anywhere.  That refrain from Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” has been heard at the end of Detroit Red Wings games more often than would have been expected before the season started.

One of the highlights one quarter of the way through the Red Wings season, if you like old-time hockey (like Eddie Shore), was a fight between the benches at Little Caeser’s Arena with the Calgary Flames.  The fight started when Luke Witkowski got into it with the Flames forward Brett Kulak.  Witkowski was sent to the penalty box for a fighting major, two ten minute misconducts and a game misconduct.  End of story, right?  Not so fast.

After a conveniently timed commercial break, the broadcast came back to Witkowski being sent to the dressing room because there were only approximately six minutes left in the game that would ultimately end with the Red Wings winning 8-2.  As he was making his way to the locker room, the Flames’ Matthew Tkachuk gave Witkowski what one might describe as a love tap on the back of the leg.  Witkowski took exception to this and the two teams began your garden variety hockey fight.

I call this a garden variety hockey fight because as a young hockey fan, I sat in amazement as I watched the same Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche have a rivalry that will remain unmatched in my mind during the 1990s.  This rivalry had everything, two evenly matched hockey teams, bitter hatred, two coaches yelling at each other between the benches, and even a goalie fight!

Perhaps the new building which some fans have christened the Dough Joe as an homage to the Joe Louis Arena will be the place where such memories will be matched, but these kinds of moments need to be made over several years.  Some will say a rivalry such as the one between the Wings and Avalanche will never be duplicated because of the salary cap that has since been introduced to hockey and the player movement that comes along with it.

Bason’s Pick NFL Week 12

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Record: 99-62

Thanksgiving:

Minnesota 31 @ Detroit 23

LA Chargers 34 @ Dallas 20

NY Giants 13 @ Washington 30

Sunday:

Tennessee 23 @ Indianapolis 24

Tampa Bay 17 @ Atlanta 23

Cleveland 3 @ Cincinnati 20

Buffalo 16 @ Kansas City 34

Miami 9 @ New England 38

Carolina 24 @ NY Jets 14

Chicago 12 @ Philadelphia 41

Seattle 24 @ San Francisco 17

Denver 13 @ Oakland 27

New Orleans 38 @ LA Rams 34

Jacksonville 24 @ Arizona 10

Green Bay 9 @ Pittsburgh 31

Monday:

Houston 13 @ Baltimore 19

-Bason

Bason’s Pick: NFL Week 11

Record 90-57

Thursday:

Tennessee 20 & Pittsburgh 28

Sunday:

Detroit 23 @ Chicago 10

Jacksonville 35 @ Cleveland 13

Baltimore 14 @ Green Bay17

Tampa Bay 24 @ Miami 16

LA Rams 23 @ Minnesota 20

Washington 14 @ New Orleans 27

Kansas City 35 @ NY Giants 7

Arizona 13 @ Houston 15

Buffalo 24 @ LA Chargers 23

Cincinnati 17 @ Denver 3

New England 34 @ Oakland 20

Philadelphia 37 @ Dallas 14

Monday:

Atlanta 20 @ Seattle 33

-Bason

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Moll Vs. The Commenters Part II: Enter Elika Sadeghi

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Alright, so I basically went back at Elika Sadeghi for being a pathological liar and trying to drag Barstool even more just for publicity. She denied a job because a contract said she couldn’t sue Barstool for making a joke. This is real. Morons like this have influence in the media. That is why this country is dragging ass on the rug like a dog with worms. Even when Barstool is wrong, at least they have the commenters to stick it back to anyone. Elika’s commenters are a perfect reflection of her personality and humor. You won’t be disappointed here. You’re welcome:

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MLB Manager of the Year Predictions

The manager of the year vote will be announced today at 6:00. It will be interesting to see who the baseball writers of America will choose as the managers of the year in the American and National leagues. Many teams had great seasons and outperformed preseason expectations.

American League

A.J. Hinch, manager of the World Series champion Houston Astros, is the easy selection. The Astros won the second most games in franchise history, 101, and have had a winning record in the three seasons that Hinch has been their manager.

Even with such a successful season, Hinch will likely loose the manager of the year vote to the manger of the Cleveland Indians, Terry Francona, because the team won an American League-record 22 games in a row.

National League

Torey Lovullo, the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, lead the team to their first playoff appearance since 2011. The team added the Detroit Tigers’ right fielder J.D. Martinez who is a free agent as of the end of the season. Every fan base is hoping they will be the team that signs the 30 year old right fielder. But it will cost them, as the agent that represents Martinez is Scott Boras, an agent who has a penchant for asking for the moon in order to sign any of his clients.

 

Torey Lovullo, 11-14-17
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The manager of the year vote will be announced today at 6:00. It will be interesting to see who the baseball writers of America will choose as the managers of the year in the American and National leagues. Many teams had great seasons and outperformed preseason expectations.

American League

A.J. Hinch, manager of the World Series champion Houston Astros, is the easy selection. The Astros won the second most games in franchise history, 101, and have had a winning record in the three seasons that Hinch has been their manager.

Even with such a successful season, Hinch will likely loose the manager of the year vote to the manger of the Cleveland Indians, Terry Francona, because the team won an American League-record 22 games in a row.

National League

Torey Lovullo, the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, lead the team to their first playoff appearance since 2011. The team added the Detroit Tigers’ right fielder J.D. Martinez who is a free agent as of the end of the season. Every fan base is hoping they will be the team that signs the 30 year old right fielder. But it will cost them, as the agent that represents Martinez is Scott Boras, an agent who has a penchant for asking for the moon in order to sign any of his clients.

 

Another candidate is the Dave Roberts, manager of the National League World Series representative, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers were the best team in baseball throughout the season and were expected to win the World Series because they had spent the most money on player payroll of any team. The roster was loaded with talent, most especially their star lefthander, Clayton Kershaw. Justin Turner, third baseman for the Dodgers and Yasiel Puig, right fielder, were also an important part of the Dodgers getting to their first World Series since 1988.