Zackry Colston is a comedian, writer, and actor from Tucson, AZ, with a degree in theatrical production and an emphasis in literature. He lives in Los Angeles alongside his keyboard and delusions of grandeur.
The Vietnam war veteran sacrificed his life saving his granddaughter from an explosion.
A purple heart recipient and Vietnam war veteran, Dan Osteen, 69, sacrificed his life saving his 3-year-old granddaughter after the Oklahoma house they were in exploded.
If you are still undefeated, buy a lottery ticket.
The Patriots are still good. The Chiefs are still good. If the sky is still blue, then why does it feel like it's falling? Do any of us have a good team anymore? Jordan Howard just scored 28 points. Odell barely scored 4. Mike from HR is probably winning your league, and he thought the Cubs were in the NFL. Fret not, we help you make sense of this month-deep fever dream in this week's after action report.
Saquon's out, Daniel Jones' in, the world is flat, and we're dizzy.
Welcome to the Fantasy Football After Action Report: Week 3, where we separated the overreactions from the underestimations. So pull up a seat and grab a pad and a pen, because this after action report will help you see through the settling dust and give your lineup hope in week 4.
Count your lucky stars if you still have a QB1
Welcome to the Fantasy Football After Action Report: Week 2, where QB injuries dominated every storyline. This week: Big Ben, Brees, Sam Darnold, and then Trevor Siemian, all incurred massive season-changing injuries. What does that mean for your roster? Well, if you have any of those dudes... It means "not good."
We hand out medals to this week's studs, and loss of rank for those who failed to meet expectations.
Welcome to the fantasy football after-action report, where we're going to break down the winners and losers of fantasy football each and every week, as well as provide you with some intel about your waiver wire (not to mention, show you the most badass hit of the week). So, without further ado—the first after-action report of the 2019-2020 NFL season.
And that's not the only creative punishment served to the imposters...
Yes, you read that correctly. No, this isn't a headline at The Onion. In what seems like a fever dream cross between "The Scarlett Letter" and a Tom Clancy novel, two Montana men were ordered, by a judge, to wear "I am a liar" signs. Here's the catch: that's not the only creative punishment in store for the duplicitous men.
9:05 a.m: the first beer is cracked open... 9:12 a.m: a buddy Skypes in from overseas (also drinking)... 10:00 a.m: two more hours until the actual draft starts.
Preseason football is winding down across the NFL, and that means one thing— Fantasy Football Draft season is finally upon us. It's a time for friendly competition among old high school friends, distant coworkers, and your girlfriend's dad. It's a rite of cultural passage, and it all centers around one singular day of trash talking, beer drinking, and wildly inaccurate prophesying. We breakdown typical draft day debauchery, minute by minute, for either your nostalgic pleasure or your studious preparation.