The deaths of unarmed Black Americans have once again taken their tolls on our better angels, but more people are speaking up. Will it matter?Speaking Up About Our Pain - Again
But what Drive does successfully to hook in the uninitiated is focus on both external and internal rivalries, with both doused with a whole lot of the aforementioned petty.The Binge-Worthy Brilliance Of Formula 1: Drive To Survive
Of the many stories the NFL tells us every year, there are even more that are left untold. Here are three one scribe would like to see on a screen near you.Three Historical NFL Stories That Need To Turn Into Documentaries
While many of us have dreamed of becoming world-class athletes, capable of making lucrative livings out of our trades, our grandiose visions were overwhelmed by both a lack of talent and an unwillingness to push through the type of pain that Luck has endured in the past few years.This 2007 Eagles-Giants Game Is A Reminder Of Why Andrew Luck Retired
The New York Knicks didn't get the top overall pick, but they're still in a pretty decent spot to nab an impact player. @asportsscribe looks at the Orange and Blue's draft options.NBA Draft Avenue - What The New York Knicks Should Do With The Third Pick
Roberto Durán was more than his nickname or his most infamous moment. A new documentary looks at the life and career of the man considered the greatest lightweight boxer of all time.'I Am Durán' Sees An Iconic Fighter As A Man Of His People
The series looks at six separate and significant events that have rapt and passionate global connections... Each episode provides a seven-day glimpse into the production and people behind these spectacles - from the stories behind the participants to the actual processes of building the stages where the magic happens.Netflix's '7 Days Out' Is The Proper Counter To 'FYRE'
Usually with the announcements, there are promises and directives to tell the world about what a new EIC will set out to do. And in given time, you will see much more than a new paint job and a swapping of titles. However, I wanted to use the announcement as an opportunity to give thanks to every person who has ever and continues to support our movement.Words From TSFJ's New Editor-In-Chief
Jason is the editor-in-chief here at TSFJ. In addition to a past life as a research analyst in advertising, television and online media, he spent seven seasons as the New York Beacon's beat writer for the New York Giants. Jason has written for Yardbarker, Dime Magazine, Decider, Awful Announcing and The Week. He is also a member of his high school's 4th period gym class floor hockey champions.