Maybe, Just Maybe, Roger Goodell is Clueless

For the latest entry into the Deflategate series here at Elevation 5280 Sports, let me tell you about my weekend. I had a great night out with friends on Friday night, Saturday I did some shopping and did some work around the house. Saturday night I went to go see Southpaw (great movie if you haven’t seen it yet), and Sunday I assisted my flag football team in winning a game 28-0 (Thank you Kyle Shefferly, former inside linebacker at Colorado State University). Something else also happened over my weekend. It happened over everyone’s weekend. Throughout the excellent time I had with family and friends, the NFL decided that it would attempt to insult my intelligence and the intelligence o

Salvage the Season: Why the Rockies Really Should Make Some Trades

July in Major League Baseball means two things: the All-Star game and the non-waiver trade deadline. This is the time of year when the best of the best in baseball gather to play a game, while the GMs who mean to contend honker down and figure out what pieces they will need to carry their teams through the second half of the season and into the playoffs. For the Colorado Rockies, who got off to a hot-start that lasted a whopping week, the non-waiver trade deadline is the last chance to make something out of a season that nosedived quickly. After three months of playing ball, the Rockies are 11 games behind the division-leading Dodgers and consistently losing more games than they're winning.

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