- Flop Life: Buy Vlade Divac's Fantastic Modern Home In Southern California
- Raptors Bringing Back Old-School Jerseys Next Season
- Todd McShay Is Convinced That The Texans Aren't Taking Johnny Manziel
- Presenting The Portland Raiders: Everyone In The Black Hole Will Wear Flannel
- Florida Basketball 'Chasing Greatness' In The Season's Stretch Run
On this episode of Off The Grid, the guys discuss ideas for changing the rules of our favorite sports, from planting landmines on the football field to the NBA’s proposed four-point line. We also talk sports video games and how angry they make us, the results of our Fantasy Oscars, and attempt to improv with each other, with predictably weird results.
As Shaq Reportedly Crowdsources A ‘Shaq Fu’ Sequel, The Angry Video Game Nerd Reminds Us Of Just How Bad The Original One Was
Fool us once, shame on Fu. Fool us twice, shame on us. Here’s why you can’t let this happen again, America.
MASH-UPS: While The Dutch May Dominate Speed Skating, 12-Year-Old You Will Always Dominate Mario Kart
Whoever made a Gaelic Football video game should be locked in their local pub for the rest of eternity. A slideshow of the worst sports game concepts in history, as well as the titles they should have had, after the jump…
There was a time when this was all you did. Grind, manual, kickflip, grind some more, revert, etc. All for naught — you could’ve just done exactly what this guy did, and beat it in 3:55, spending the leftover 200 hours of gameplay time learning how to swim or making “friends” (whatever those are).
Imagine if you had a defensive coordinator helping you call plays in Madden? Imagine if that coordinator knew everything. Like, literally, everything about every play ever called in every situation in Madden. That’s a thing now…