The Cubs Won the Wade Davis Trade

But let’s try to make a case for the Royals anywayContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Tomi Lahren Played Trevor Noah and Charlamagne — and Won

When engaging with a right-wing pundit goes wrong in a post-fact worldContinue reading on The Ringer »
Source: Tomi Lahren Played Trevor Noah and Charlamagne — and Won

The Jets Have Too Many Quarterbacks — and No Good Ones

It’s a monopoly on mediocrityContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Let’s All Welcome Fitbit As Our New Exercise-Band Overlords

RIP, PebbleContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Bay Area Football Isn’t What It Used to Be

Looking back at the Raiders’ 2014 upset of the 49ers, and the changing fortunes of the two franchisesContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Andy Cohen Is Team Brad

He talks the Brangelina breakup and more on ‘The Bill Simmons Podcast’Continue reading on The Ringer »
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Radiohead’s “Exit Music” Is the New “Hallelujah”

From ‘Westworld’ to ‘Black Mirror,’ how Radiohead’s gloomiest song recaptured the zeitgeistContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Ep. 150: Andy Cohen

HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Bravo’s Andy Cohen to discuss the rise of reality TV (6:00), ‘Desperate Housewives’ vs. ‘Real Housewives’ (10:00), the casting process of ‘Real Housewives’ (15:00), the potential of ‘Real Housewives: All-Stars’ (20:00), the tag “America’s gay best friend” (27:00), Bill’s reality show…
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The Sour Sweetness of ‘La La Land’

Damien Chazelle’s movie musical is charming but cynicalContinue reading on The Ringer »
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Soccer Goals Were Better in December 2006

Is the golazo going extinct?Continue reading on The Ringer »
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