BANKROLL CASH // LOCKS OF WEEK 5

If you’re rolling with us, you’re riding high: 22-10 going into Week 5. This week, there aren’t as many marquee college matchups, so there’s a lot of value to be had. Vegas can’t handicap even slightly obscure CFB games. AND the public doesn’t know how to play them. But you’re no rube, you’re here. Tell your friends, this is gonna be a big week. #EverybodyEats

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A Rivalry Succumbs // The Oddly Perfect Match of Kaep and Seattle

As an organization, the Seattle Seahawks have become well known for bringing in players who are less than afraid to be outspoken on and off the field.

But the Seahawks aren’t some missionaries out at sea looking to throw a life vest to the most hopeless, lost souls. The team only brings in people that offer a practical football skill the team needs. And in the case of Colin Kaepernick, he fills a very important personnel void for the team: backup quarterback.

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Casually, And With No Commitment // Going “All In” On Playoff Hockey

With the NHL Conference Finals upon us, let’s take a moment to reflect on the delightful state of affairs that is being a casual hockey fan in the Pacific Northwest (PNW). To set the stage, it’s important to note that there is a vast NHL franchise desert, a Granola Triangle if you will, with Vancouver, San Jose, and Denver at each vertex. For reference, this area includes almost every patch of the Louisiana Purchase where parents don’t bottle feed their kids Mountain Dew.

For all of us without a natural rooting interest, it’s best to relish in the aspects of playoff hockey that can be universally enjoyed.

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