Skip Bayless hopes Stephen Curry's weak ankles don't rob him, and us, of a special NBA career.
Skip Bayless says Johnny Manziel will be a big star in the NFL.
Skip Bayless says that for all of Tiger Woods' recent success, he is not a sure thing at the Masters.
Skip Bayless says that Kevin Durant must step up and demand more team-oriented play from Russell Westbrook.
Skip Bayless says this March is likely to be filled with even more Madness than usual.
Skip Bayless proposes that football would be better off without field goals, extra points and kickoffs.
Skip Bayless does not quite believe in Joe Flacco yet.
Skip Bayless says Jim Irsay erred both when he cut Peyton Manning and drafted Andrew Luck.
Skip Bayless says Rex Ryan was never really serious about giving Tim Tebow a chance to start for the Jets.
By not having enough faith in himself as a football player, Chad Johnson let Chad Ochocinco run the show and bring an end to his playing days.
Johnny Manziel is all the rage, but Manti Te'o has been the man all year, writes Skip Bayless.
Andy Reid wanted to show the NFL world he could pull off the near-impossible with Michael Vick. Now Reid is failing spectacularly, writes Skip Bayless.
Skip Bayless writes that LeBron James has much to be proud of in his NBA career. But he's not on Michael Jordan's level yet.
Skip Bayless has finally decided what he thinks of Tony Romo.
Bill Parcells' treatment of T.O. will leave Jerry Jones to pick one or the other -- and the Cowboys owner will side with Owens, writes Skip Bayless.