A rare moments when one high profile writers calls out another.
ESPN's Jeremy Green calls the Colts defensive tackles a "weakness" for the team. However, those pesky things called "facts" seem to disagree with his theory.
Wrap your minds around this gem: The NCAA investigation that's been going on since 2006 is supposedly close to an end. Pete Carroll fled to the NFL where he'll be free from sanctions. So will USC...
Dan Dakich of 1070 The Fan should be ashamed of himself for the slurp job he did interviewing Colts GM Chris Polian.
The broken record continues to spin and spin and spin around the player. Of course, the subject is Marvin Harrison. Of course, he didn't shoot anyone in May of 2008.
Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole continues to write statements that are not supported by pesky little things like facts, statistics, and the like.
Phil Richards at the Indianapolis Star misrepresents what Stampede Blue has written about Bill Polian's actions during his radio call-in show last Monday night.
It's time to line up all the established media morons who picked the Colts to lose the AFC south division and feed them to the sharks.
Stampede Blue is not sure what ESPN's Paul Kuharsky was thinking writing about how the Ravens "outplayed" the Colts, yet lost.
Yahoo! Sports writer Chris Chase makes an ass out of himself by senselessly bashing Colts owner Jim Irsay after watching the flawed ESPN op-ed by Barry Levinson titled "The Band That Wouldn't Die."
Peter King is a big, fat New England Patriots homer. The evidence to suggest so is pretty convincing. So, why doesn't he just come out an admit what the rest of us already know?
Today is Marvin's 37th birthday, and wide receivers in the NFL rarely produce much past the age of 35. So, even though we all know it is likely Marvin Harrison won't sign with anyone, why are people like Jason Cole writing such snippy little hit pieces bashing him on his birthday?
ESPN is not a network dedicated to journalistic integrity. They are an entertainment network. And any journalists who works for them can no longer call themselves a "journalist." Stampede Blue explains why.