Moves Like Curtis: The Podcast – Episode #2: …2013 Coaching Changes (Guests: Zach Joiner & Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley)


In this episode, Zach Joiner and Kelen “B Hyphen” Conley join Tom for a lively discussion about the hirings and firings of the early 2013 offseason…when they’re not distracted by other riveting topics! Such as: Blaine Gabbert’s McDonald’s skills, Manti T’eo, Why Jerry Jones became the Cowboys owner, the San Diego Super Chargers theme song, Rex Grossman’s Super Bowl appearance, and much, much more!

Moves Like Curtis: The Podcast – Episode #2: Blaine Gabbert Might Not Even Be A Good Counter Man At McDonalds bka 2013 Coaching Changes

Moves Like Curtis: Junk Games and Playoff Positioning (Week 15)


No preamble this week…I’m filing this under the wire.  Let’s get to it, then! Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: Russell Wilson is Unbeatable at Home in his Ugly Uniform (Week 14)


As we get deeper into this last bit of season, there are changes to the positions in the playoff hunt have been pretty surprising…so let’s get to the games right away. Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: Fireman Ed Has Had Enough Of The Paper Planes’ [Fans’] S*** (Week 13)

fireman ed

So my continued sense of shame carries through to this week with the quitting of Fireman Ed. Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: Can The Indestructible Man Defeat The Browns? (Week 12)


I’m sorry this is late, and that many of these entries are short. That awful performance the Paper Planes has sucked the fanaticism for football out of me temporarily. Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: The Firing Train Is A’Coming! (Week 11)


You know, I love football.  I am proud of being a football fan.  But there are times when I feel ashamed. Continue reading

The Howitzer & Buzz-Saw Show – The Eye Of The Storm


Hey Sandy, here’s a big screw you from the Howitzer and Buzz-saw! On the heels of another natural disaster, that rocked the Eastern half of the country, Mike “the Buzz-Saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo say pick that head up and get those spirits back to full vigor! Don’t let some cranky chick bring you down! Hurricane or not, she doesn’t want to be on the sharp blades of the Buzz-Saw’s bad side.

Another NBA season is here and this time with a bit of a different feel. LeBron James is now a champion. Let that set in for a moment. LBJ has a ring. How will the now crowned king and his team fair with even more swag? Can anyone stand in the Heat’s quest to continue their journey for “not 1, not 2, not 6?” Over in the West, the defending conference champions decided to avoid a season long drama and down size sending James Harden to Houston. Was this a wise move for a franchise that was just on the brink of a title last season? How will Harden do in his new role with the Rockets as THE MAN long term? The Lakers are still cruising in neutral. What’s wrong in La La Land? Are they still a threat and how long before this All-Star team of sorts finds their stroke?

Dust of those sneakers and get on the court. The HBS takes to the hardwood to set up another NBA season of slams, jams, asinine soap opera like sagas, LeBron, Kobe, and more LeBron.

Another week in the second annual HBS NFL Pick’em Challenge continues. Get this?! The Buzz-Saw is now playing with a lead! We know him as a pestering never say die comeback beast, but what will happen with this functioning lunatic going at it ahead? George may need to complete a hail marry pass to avoid Mike’s blitz.

The Howitzer and Buzz-Saw Show conquers hurricanes AND, as always, conquer sports radio, one day, at a time…

The Howitzer & Buzz-Saw Show – The Eye Of The Storm

Moves Like Curtis: The Team From Jacksonville Loses Its Bite OR Cam Newton: Problem Child (Week 8)


I’m sorry about the rushedness–it’s been a hectic week, so I’ve had less time than usual to ruminate on the games.  I promise I’ll get to a proper intro soon, and will think more on my picks every week. Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: No One Stops The Jugger…J.J. Watt! (Week 6)


Sorry I’m late… Continue reading

Moves Like Curtis: Introducing the New York Biplanes (Week 5)


I know there are people out there, people who read columns like this, who look for reasons to consign the writers of columns like these as Homers.  Every time a writer like me writes something bad about a casual fan’s team, that fan insists it’s because we only want to write about our team, and screw all the other teams. Continue reading