Happy Thanksgiving!

We at “The Klown Times” would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!  Be sure to eat lots of good food, watch copious amounts of football, and let that “i-tis” set in REEEEEEAL good.

Oh, and a quick shout-out to #ThanksgivingWithBlackFamilies.  Friggin’ hilarious…

2015 NFL Thanksgiving Weekend Preview


I’ll be traveling and will be off the grid during Thanksgiving Weekend.  Therefore, this will be one, quick-ass preview.

Shall we?

Thanksgiving Day’s Games

Lions over Eagles
Panthers over Cowboys
Packers over Bears

Sunday’s Games

Raiders over Titans
Chiefs over Bills
Colts over Buccaneers
Giants over Redskins
Texans over Saints
Vikings over Falcons
Bengals over Rams
Chargers over Jaguars
Jets over Dolphins
Cardinals over 49ers
Seahawks over Steelers (prove me wrong boys!)
Broncos over Patriots (“upset special” baby!!!)

Monday’s Game

Ravens over Browns (talk about one sorry-ass prime time matchup)

Record last week: 8-6 (Better, but damn those upsets…)
Year to date: 100-60 (Survived the upsets, but I’m still good…)

2015 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11 Edition

NFLBefore I forget, my top 10 NFL teams heading into Thanksgiving Weekend:

1) New England Patriots
2) Carolina Panthers
3) Arizona Cardinals
4) Denver Broncos
5) Cincinnati Bengals
6) Green Bay Packers
7) Pittsburgh Steelers
8) Minnesota Vikings
9) Seattle Seahawks
10) New York Giants

Let the pre-Thanksgiving hate begin!!!

Check Me Out on “Betting Runner”

Yo peeps!

Be sure to check your boy out on “Betting Runner”.  The good folks at “Betting Runner” liked my work so much they did a profile on me on their website.  It is fun, and quite informative.



2015 NFL Week 11 Preview

NFL-LogoGame of the Week

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings.  This looks like a changing of the guard game.  Kinda like on The Wire when Avon Barksdale passed the torch to Milo Stansfield.

At any rate, the Packers are sucking right now.  I don’t know if A-a-ron Rodgers and the crew hit bottom against the Lions, but I don’t think they will get it back in time for the Minnesota game.  Look for the Vikings to take the next step in becoming the new “Kings of the North” (long live Game of Thrones)…  Vikings 20, Packers 16.

“I Ran Out of F$%#* to Give” Game of the Week

Jaguars over Titans.  Make no mistake, there are no winners in this game.  Hell the ultimate losers are the fans who pay to watch this crappy game.

Sunday’s Games

Raiders over Lions
Falcons over Colts
Jets over Texans
Eagles over Buccaneers
Bears over Broncos
Ravens over Rams
Cowboys over Dolphins
Panthers over Redskins
Chiefs over Chargers
Seahawks over 49ers
Cardinals over Bengals

Monday’s Game

Patriots over Bills

Record last week: 2-12 (Last.  Week.  Was.  So.  Bad…)
Year to date: 92-54 (Damn, those upsets kicked my ass – but I’m still good…)

P.S.  For those of y’all who want to bet on these games (and possibly fare better than me), go to “The Betting Runner” to and knock yourselves out!

2015 NFL Power Rankings: Week 10 Edition

NFLLadies and gents, my NFL Top 10 after Week 10:

1) New England Patriots
2) Carolina Panthers
3) Arizona Cardinals
4) Minnesota Vikings
5) Cincinnati Bengals
6) Denver Broncos
7) Green Bay Packers
8) Pittsburgh Steelers
9) Atlanta Falcons
10) Buffalo Bills

I shouldn’t get any arguments from you all this week. Then again, y’all some hatin’ motherfuckers, so there you go…

Rousey’s Defeat Great for UFC

rouseyholmkoI remember waking up Sunday morning, walking to the kitchen and checking Twitter – as I do every morning, mentally planning how I will spend my NFL Sunday.  I did not not expect my jaw to drop upon learning the result of the Ronda Rousey – Holly Holm fight.

Rousey lost by knockout.  In the second round.

Then I tuned into ESPN to see the highlights.  My jaw dropped even more after witnessing Rousey get smacked around the octagon.

I never expected Holm to dominate as she did from start to finish.  Rousey never had a chance.

So now begs the following question: will this help or hurt the UFC?

I think there is no doubt that this would help UFC – in a big way.

First of all, Holm now gives president Dana White and the UFC another fighter to market to corporate America.  And if you have seen Holm outside of the octagon, you would agree that corporate America would more than welcome her.

And it doesn’t have to be predicated on Holm’s looks.  Holm is now the first athlete to claim an MMA championship and a world boxing championship.

Suffice it to say, Holm gives the UFC a second badass for corporate America to chew on.

Make no mistake, Rousey will be back.  All champions fall on their faces at times when facing the best in their primes (take that, Floyd Mayweather).  Rousey will pick herself up and come back with a vengeance.

And you know that the build-up to a rematch between the two will be nothing short of epic.  I anticipate several Pay-Per-View buys for the fight.  Hell, I may get in on the action.

White and UFC fans everywhere were good with marketing Rousey alone.  Now that she has a legit rival in Holm, they have to be salivating at the possibilities.


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