john p. lopez
What The Rule of 26-27-60 Tells Us Four-Years Later — And What It Says About Manziel, Bortles, Bridgewater, etc.
By John P. Lopez Four-years ago Sports Illustrated asked me to write a piece about the NFL’s Wonderlic test — does it really work or say anything about whether a prospect can succeed in the […]
Football in America once was not the micro-managed, hyper-prepared, every “T”-crossed and “I”-dotted exhibition of paranoia and perfectionism that we know today. The game once was not just about measurable skills and methodical propriety. Johnny […]
He’s been called Johnny Football, Johnny Wonderful, Johnny Magic and even Scooby Doo (although it took me awhile to actually find Manziel in this photo from a Halloween party).
There’s still time to Tweet to me @LopezOnSports or @BrookieBentley why you think Mario was not a success in Houston. Or maybe you think he was … state your case. Clever earns more points. Below […]
Sports Radio 610′s and In The Loop‘s John Lopez has teamed with the KUBE’s Brooke Bentley for a new weekly talk radio-styled TV show called, He Said, She Said.
By John P. Lopez I’m having a lot of fun on the new Saturday evening SportsZone, with Brooke Bentley, on The Kube (Channel 57 most providers/Channel 653 on Comcast). It’s all in fun — mostly […]
There’s no doubt the NFL’s Hispanic outreach has been a booming success. There’s no better proof than on the bottom line.
Because of my job, I’m honored to be a part of a lot of fine charitable organizations.
The Fan Fest dunk tank will be open to those who wish to play on Sunday at 11:15 a.m. All proceeds will benefit Houston Can Academy and payment by cash is required.
The departures of Eric Winston and Mike Brisiel leave a gaping hole on the line. Obviously, Mario Williams’ departure does the same thing at rush-end/linebacker.