12 Ways to Know You Are at a Crappy Super Bowl Party

Jan 30

12 Ways to Know You Are at a Crappy Super Bowl Party

An old football-watching buddy of mine emailed me a few years ago reminiscing about a bad Super Bowl party or two that we had been to together. Tom reminded me of the time my brother-in-law invited us over to his house for the ’99 Super Bowl (Falcons and Broncos), and then when we got there, he had a 20″ TV and a bad cable...

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10 Super Bowl Party Dos and Don’ts

Jan 30

10 Super Bowl Party Dos and Don’ts

The Super Bowl is finally here — which means you might be in danger of violating some major Super Bowl Party Dos and Don’ts.  DO wear a jersey of a team that is playing in the big game. DON’T effin wear the jersey of your team that not only did not make it to the Super Bowl, but didn’t even make it to the playoffs. Don’t...

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This Thanksgiving, Go Straight to Sandwiches

Nov 28

This Thanksgiving, Go Straight to Sandwiches

The game that started it all, that Turkey Day classic between the Detroit Lions and the undefeated Chicago Bears was broadcast in 1934 on a paltry 94 radio stations. The young Detroit Lions sold out their 26,000 seat stadium that year, and even though they lost the game, they have played on Thanksgiving Day ever since. The Dallas Cowboys...

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The Ultimate Man Cave: Build a NFL-themed Sports Bar in Your Home

Sep 24

The Ultimate Man Cave: Build a NFL-themed Sports Bar in Your Home

The concept of the “man cave” has been revived to refer to a sanctuary where the man of the house could retreat and rejuvenate. Of course, the original man cave was an actual cave. Always got horrible satellite dish reception, though. Things have evolved quite a bit since then. Modern man caves now come equipped with pool tables,...

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Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium Compared: Who’s Better?

Jul 10

Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium Compared: Who’s Better?

It’s summertime in California. That means sunshine, the beach and plenty of baseball. With five popular MLB teams, tourists and residents have no shortage of big league entertainment. LA alone features two prominent teams, Dodgers and Angels, and it’s not exactly a friendly rivalry. Fans usually point to the performance of their...

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Dad’s Lessons Learned — 20 Years Later

Jan 31

Dad’s Lessons Learned — 20 Years Later

Twenty years ago today, my father lost his battle with cancer. I’ve mentioned it before in a Father’s Day post I wrote a while back, but on this anniversary, I wanted to talk a little further about what I have learned from Dad’s lessons. One thing I do understand is that I’m grateful for the 21 years I DID have with him....

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Best of 2012: Your 30 Favorite Articles on DavidGonos.com

Dec 27

Best of 2012: Your 30 Favorite Articles on DavidGonos.com

Thirteen years ago, I started a Fantasy Sports website called, FantasyRef.com, then I sold it a couple years later in order to join the Fantasy staff at CBSSports.com. After writing there for five years, I joined a start-up site called OpenSports.com, where I worked a few more years. When it fell in late 2010, I began writing with the guys...

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