NFL Power Rankings – Week 12

Follow @wolfebltd Another week is in the books – football fans have had themselves a good week of football to watch. Who doesn’t love watching a rookie who has no business starting and throwing five interceptions? *sobbing* I MEAN I LOVE FOOTBALL, MAN.

Justice League (2017) – Film Review

Follow @theREELevankern I’m just going to come right out and say it: I’ve always been more of a sucker for Marvel than DC. That said, I know Marvel has had their flukes, but (more attributable to Disney’s bottomless wallet, I’d wager) they’ve always had their formula down; when Iron Man came out in 2009—you could… Read more »

Stranger Things – Season Two Review

Follow @theREELevankern No television premiere has had me this excited. Ever. The return of Stranger Things on Netflix has been all anyone’s talked about for the last six months, and it’s finally here! It’s clear that the Duffer Brothers haven’t lost the vision that they set out with, during season one; a lot of the… Read more »

Trust the Podcast #10 – Bills vs. Saints

Follow @DelReid Follow @wolfebltd Trust the Podcast is back on the air with another week of Bills analysis but this week, things are a little different. With the breaking news of Nathan Peterman getting his first NFL start over Tyrod Taylor, surely there was more than enough to talk about. That doesn’t even begin to… Read more »

NFL Power Rankings – Week 11

Follow @wolfebltd The good teams continue to win and the bad teams continue to lose – what a novel concept! These mutually exclusive events have created a bit of a logjam throughout our weekly power rankings. Either way, jump below and take a look to see where your favorite tackle football franchise ranks this week.

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) – Film Review

Follow @theREELevankern When a movie kicks off with visuals that blur the line between naturally-shot and digitally-enhanced, you know you’re in for something special. The Harry Potter franchise was the first to do this, in my recorded memory, and continues to do so with its Fantastic Beasts spin-off films (yes, multiple; Warner Bros. is definitely… Read more »

Joywave Kicks Off Tour in Style

Follow @wolfebltd Rochester’s own Joywave kicked off their month-long, 21 city tour in style on Saturday night. Anthology played host to Joywave, Kopps, The Aces and The Demos. According to their Facebook page, Anthology is “a restored multi-level auto warehouse in the historic East End district”. This venue is a very nice addition to a Rochester-area… Read more »

NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

Follow @wolfebltd Heading into Week 10, the Philadelphia Eagles hold serve and continue to look very impressive in the process. Carson Wentz continues to look like a surefire MVP candidate as well. The only issue? The dreaded bye week. They need to maintain momentum moving forward. A quick side note: Continue to trust the process,… Read more »

Trust the Podcast #9 – Bills at Jets

Follow @DelReid Follow @wolfebltd The playoff momentum train came to a screeching halt last Thursday night, when the Buffalo Bills faceplanted against the New York Jets. Del Reid and Ryan Wolfe are back to try and make sense of what exactly went wrong on Thursday (spoiler: almost everything) and where the Bills go from here…. Read more »

From Greek Freak to Greek God: The Ascension of Giannis Antetokounmpo

Follow @9pointplay Put the NBA on notice. The future is here, and outcries of  “the sky is the limit” are ringing  through the air. The six-foot-eleven-inch small forward/point guard/positionless wonder of Athens, Greece is on full display. It doesn’t take statistics to see that Giannis Antetokounmpo (pronounced ah-deh-do-KUN-bo, if you’re still struggling with it) is… Read more »

  • Ex-NHLer Voynov set to sign in KHL

    Follow @Shakcc After facing charges for domestic violence,  pleading no contest  and spending 90 days in a cell, Slava Voynov was taken into custody by the  U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. All signs were pointing that he would be deported to his native Russia. Things didn’t go that far, as Voynov decided to return to Russia… Read more »

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  • 2015-16 season expectations: Who’s the bigger tank?

    Follow @BJWilsonWGR As much as every season in the National Hockey League is all about winning the Stanley Cup, the 2014-15 season, especially, was all about winning the top prospect. Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel were at the top of the 2015 Draft class, and for good reason. Generational players, faces for their franchise, and… Read more »

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  • Grading the Bills: Week 2

    Follow @DerekKramerWBNY // The Buffalo Bills had a rough game against the New England Patriots, to say the least. After looking into the aspects of each major category of the game, here is how the Bills graded out in this game. Rushing Offense: LeSean McCoy was incredible. Simple as that. He looked like the best… Read more »

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  • Brady’s big passing day punctuates win over Bills

    Follow @DerekKramerWBNY // The Buffalo Bills talked the talk. Now they have to walk the walk… of humility. Despite a comeback attempt from the Buffalo Bills, they would fall short when Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins dropped a high pass that would wind up being intercepted. That pick doomed Buffalo to a 40-32 defeat at… Read more »

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  • BLTD Podcast #60

    Luis and Ryan jump in head first in Episode 60, as they break down the return of the National Football League. The guys also discuss the #GEREPickEm and where everyone ranks after 16 games. The podcast also veers over to hockey and the latest on the Patrick Kane sexual assault case. This is a commercial-free,… Read more »

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  • Mayweather retirement great for boxing

    Floyd Mayweather will forever be known as one of the best boxers of all time. However, he will not be none as the best. Last Saturday night Mayweather dominated Andre Berto to tie Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 record. When talking about the greatest of all time, Mayweather can say he never lost. What he cannot say… Read more »

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    Posted on September 17, 2015 by
  • 2015-16 season expectations: Coaches on the ‘Hot Seat’

    Follow @BJWilsonWGR Three more weeks, that is it! The 2015-2016 National Hockey League season is just that close! The anticipation grows as training camp for many teams around the league is about to begin in a matter of days. We continue on with our season expectations series on Better Live Than Dead Sports, and today we… Read more »

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  • BLTD Podcast #59

    Luis and Ryan are back together in the Wolfe Den Studios for the first time in two months! The guys catch up on past news before diving head first into sports news. The white-hot MLB pennant race is discussed, before the NFL season is brought up. All the latest sports news talked about this week,… Read more »

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  • Floyd Mayweather will be tested by Andre Berto

    Follow @DiBiaseWBNY For Floyd Mayweather’s supposed final fight, almost everyone sees Andre Berto as a push over. A walk in the park. Berto most recently knocked out Josesito Lopez on Premier Boxing Champions back in March. The fight was the kind of fight Berto is known for, a lot of punches, and a lot of… Read more »

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  • 2015-16 season expectations: Can Lightning strike twice?

    Follow @BJWilsonWGR To begin the 2014-15 season, many believed that the Tampa Bay Lightning would be a team to be reckoned with the the Eastern Conference. As the season went on, many people’s predictions were answered, and the Lightning were one of the most dangerous teams heading into the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs. Tampa Bay was… Read more »

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