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Danifesto: It's Been a Rough Week for Snyder

Coming off a loss to the Eagles last week, Dan Snyder continued to lose when the Danifesto hit DMV. Fans across the region began to express how they really felt about the owner of the Washington's NFL team. Continue reading

A Bipartisan Defense of Fans

Nothing unites the right and the left like sports. We see this time and time again, but most recently with the joint letter from Senators Booker and Hatch to the FTC. Continue reading

Congratulations, Cleveland

We at SFC have been so busy fighting the Sinclair-Tribune Merger and running our Danifesto that we almost forgot why we're all here — we love sports. As fans, we would be remiss if we didn't congratulate the Cleveland Indians on the 21st consecutive win. Continue reading

Viva la Concession!

We don’t need to get into the weeds too much for you to understand that the prices of concessions at sports stadiums is price gouging. Just look at these fans’ tweets: Continue reading

The Danifesto: Snyder Sets Sights on VA

Dan Snyder and the Redskins have expressed interest in moving out of FedEx Field in 2027. While construction might be far in the future, negotiations are beginning and sports fans need to weigh in now. Continue reading

Sports Provide the Silver Lining

Last week Hurricane Harvey hit Houston hard and displaced thousands of people. It was a devastating disaster but while it may have damaged the city, it didn’t damage the spirit of Houston sports fans. Continue reading

The Future of Football and Brain Injuries

Especially after the revealing CTE study from a few weeks ago, you can no longer deny the long term dangers of contact sports -- especially football. Brain injuries can cause irreparable damage that can change your personality, cognitive functions, or mental state. Continue reading

NFL CBA Falls Under Scrutiny

Remember in 2011 when NFL players were locked out amid a contentious labor negotiation? Well, the ramifications of the NFL/NFLPA compromise have been felt hard in the past couple seasons, and tensions are beginning to rise. Whether the deal between the league and the players was beneficial or not, there is one irrefutable fact: Goodell has too much power. Continue reading

Sinclair is Bad for Sports

Last week we announced our opposition to the Sinclair/Tribune merger. We’ve received quite a few questions since our announcement and we wanted to address them here: Continue reading

Coloradans Unite Against the Broncos

After the Broncos unceremoniously bucked their fans and revoked their tickets, SFC responded with a petition. In less than two weeks it was signed more than 1700 times. Coloradans have stood up against their hometown team and told them enough is enough. Here are just a few of our favorite comments. Continue reading