going for it
If winning the title is the end goal this season, the Raptors are going to fall short. There aren't moves out there that can push this team to another level between now and April.
This week in not-going-for-it, Jason Garrett does some extremely Jason Garrett stuff inside the ten-yard line, and the AFC South continues to afflict us all.
This week in bad math by NFL coaches: Dan Campbell is aggressive and manly until fourth down comes around. Jason Garrett can't pull off a win without Tony Romo. John Harbaugh finally figures it out.
A week ago, the Toronto Blue Jays were a third-place team. The huge moves they've made since might not work out, but they're showing us what going for the playoffs looks like.
The Blue Jays haven't made the playoffs since 1993. Equipped with the game's best offence in a wide-open AL East, the team needs to add a frontend starting pitcher to help end the drought.
Shockingly, it's just one of several jet luges ever built.