There's nothing worse than a story that gets blown way out of proportion and drilled into your head over and over no matter where you go looking for sports news.
So, which stories are guilty of this? Mike Felger, Gary Tanguay, Tom E. Curran, and Steve Buckley discuss.
Tanguay says the whole Alex Rodriguez saga is overblown for the simple fact that nobody cares about A-Rod anymore.
"If I hear Alex Rodriguez's name oo a story on TV, I shut it off. I'm not interested anymore," Tanguay said.
Felger agrees with Tanguay.
Curran picks the Wes Welker offseason situation as his overblown story, for the simple fact that the "bidding war" between Welker, the Patriots, and other teams was, well, not a bidding war. All that talk over nothing...
Buckley goes with baseball and says Jackie Bradley, Jr. was a bit overblown by the media before the season began. There was a lot of hype over the guy, and he just wasn't ready to live up to it. Back to the minor leagues he went.
What is your biggest overblown story of 2013? Let us know in the comments section.