1. Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Niners Need to Embrace Colin Kaepernick Again

    Sit Blaine, bringing the pain and Sea Bass... 1. It's Time for Colin Kaepernick to Start This column isn't about Kaepernick's protest...

    Mike Freeman Written by Mike Freeman about 3 days ago 103,072 reads 373 comments

  2. WWE SmackDown Results: Biggest Winners, Losers and Moments from September 27

    There are no two Superstars who have done more to solidify WWE 's midcard over the last five years than Dolph Ziggler and The Miz ...

    Erik Beaston Written by Erik Beaston about 3 days ago 26,010 reads 145 comments

  3. The Chelsea Greats and the Fan Chants That Cemented Their Cult Status

    All football clubs have their own legends, and they're mostly remembered through the medium of verse. Yes, we're talking about grown men in their thousands singing passionately on stadium terraces to pay homage to their heroes...

    Garry Hayes Written by Garry Hayes about 3 days ago 2,032 reads 5 comments

  4. Ranking Best Big Ten Football Matchups of Week 5

    It didn't take long for there to be a major shake-up in the Big Ten hierarchy. Michigan State came into league play flying high after a surprising 36-28 upset of Notre Dame, on the road in prime time...

    David Regimbal Written by David Regimbal about 3 days ago 10,279 reads 77 comments

  5. Scott Miller's Starting 9: Vin Scully Writes Final Stanzas of Baseball Career

    I can fly higher than an eagle, for you are the wind beneath my wings... 1. Vin Scully and the Dodgers Match Walk-Offs One by one, we say goodbye to the greatest summers of our lives...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 3 days ago 30,607 reads 38 comments

  6. Don't Sleep on the Texas A&M Aggies in the SEC West

    Texas A&M is no joke this year, SEC. Take a look at some stats that show how legit this team is...

    Team Stream Now Written by Team Stream Now about 3 days ago 7,976 reads 17 comments

  7. 76ers Buy Dignitas, LCS Turns to Crowdfunding and the 'Hearthstone' Euro Summers

    On the latest episode of Rally Point , we discuss the Philadelphia 76ers getting into esports and Riot's plans for crowdfunding in LCS . We also cover the Hearthstone Summer Euro Championships and the action from the Overwatch Open...

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  8. Hints of Philipp Lahm in PSG's Full-Back Prodigy Alec Georgen

    In football, trade-offs are very frequently made. Be it from a business standpoint, a tactical standpoint or a personnel standpoint, prioritising one direction or avenue delivers a hammer blow to another...

    Sam Tighe Written by Sam Tighe about 3 days ago 746 reads 1 comments

  9. Real Madrid Need Raphael Varane to Emerge as Their Reliable Last Line of Defence

    Real Madrid went close to taking a first victory at Signal Iduna Park in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night, eventually drawing 2-2 with Borussia ...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 3 days ago 3,184 reads 36 comments

  10. Manchester United European Memories: Some Lesser-Known Classics

    This season seems unlikely to be remembered as a classic European campaign for Manchester United . The UEFA Europa League opener against Feyenoord did not portend great things in terms of the team's motivation for the tournament...

    Paul Ansorge Written by Paul Ansorge about 3 days ago 2,019 reads 6 comments

  11. Squad Enhancements Pay off for Tottenham in Champions League Win over CSKA

    As successful as the occasion was, Tottenham Hotspur 's return to Champions League football taking place at Wembley rather than White Hart Lane undoubtedly felt strange...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 3 days ago 3,187 reads 7 comments

  12. Which of NL Wild-Card-Race Trio Is the Chicago Cubs' Biggest Threat?

    Though sports are fueled by speculation, opinion and debatable assertion, baseball—to borrow a tidbit from our country’s Declaration of Independence (h/t to Thomas Jefferson)—holds certain truths to be self-evident...

    Seth Gruen Written by Seth Gruen about 3 days ago 28,000 reads 148 comments

  13. Ranking Best ACC Football Matchups of Week 5

    A clear picture of the ACC is beginning to materialize after four weeks of the regular season, and the one certainty thus far is that Clemson and Louisville are side by side at the top...

    Brad Shepard Written by Brad Shepard about 3 days ago 8,813 reads 35 comments

  14. Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain Finally Click, and It's Huge for Juventus

    Having laboured in recent weeks, Tuesday night saw Juventus rediscover their cutting edge in attack, running out comfortable 4-0 winners away to Dinamo Zagreb in their second UEFA Champions League group game...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about 4 days ago 7,508 reads 5 comments

  15. Why Giants' Red-Zone Woes May Stand in Way of Winning NFC East

    Over the last two weeks, the New York Giants have had a massive problem offensively: punching in the football when the field gets shorter...

    Justis Mosqueda Written by Justis Mosqueda about 4 days ago 4,260 reads 19 comments

  16. Borussia Dortmund Show Character as Substitutes Earn Point in Real Madrid Clash

    Borussia Dortmund remain unbeaten at home against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League following an intense 2-2 draw with Los Blancos on Matchday 2 of the group stage on Tuesday evening in Westfalenstadion ...

    Lars Pollmann Written by Lars Pollmann about 4 days ago 3,150 reads 20 comments

  17. Chris Simms' Week 3 NFL Sunday Awards

    Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season is almost in the books, so it's time to give out some awards. Who had the best performances on Sunday? Which players deserve a shoutout ...

    Team Stream Now Written by Team Stream Now about 6 days ago 12,177 reads 34 comments

  18. The Many, Often Infuriating, Sides of Odell Beckham on Display in Giants Loss

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Odell Beckham: brilliant, historic, smart, talented. Odell Beckham: immature, ill-tempered, petty. Both of these portraits of Beckham are true...

    Mike Freeman Written by Mike Freeman about 6 days ago 75,601 reads 208 comments

  19. Scouting AC Milan's Next Potential Superstar Signing Franck Kessie

    While they may not be giants of Serie A, Atalanta have a wonderful record when it comes to producing footballing talent...

    Blair Newman Written by Blair Newman about 4 days ago 4,469 reads 18 comments

  20. Arsenal Fans Should Be Optimistic, but They've Failed from This Position Before

    “It’s not me, me, me, it’s one-two-three.” Arsene Wenger ’s almost musical summary of his football philosophy — one with which we are all now ...

    Robert O'Connor Written by Robert O'Connor about 4 days ago 8,675 reads 19 comments

  21. Trent Alexander-Arnold Well-Placed to Be Next to Make the Grade at Liverpool

    When Liverpool played their final pre-season game of summer 2015, the friendly against Swindon Town was memorable for the non-competitive debuts of big-money signings Roberto ...

    Matt Ladson Written by Matt Ladson about 4 days ago 6,656 reads 10 comments

  22. Simms in 60: You Don't Need a 'Franchise Quarterback' to Win in the NFL Anymore

    Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season is coming to a close, and Bleacher Report NFL Lead Analyst Chris Simms is amped up...

    Team Stream Now Written by Team Stream Now about 6 days ago 3,096 reads 23 comments

  23. UFC 205 Is the Greatest Card Ever Assembled in MMA History

    Every caveat and jinx protection applies, but it must be said: Barring injuries or failed drug tests or spilled salt or one open umbrella too many inside headquarters, UFC 205, the ...

    Scott Harris Written by Scott Harris about 4 days ago 43,969 reads 74 comments

  24. J.J. Watt Injury Adds to Mounting Pressure on Texans QB Brock Osweiler

    Quarterback Brock Osweiler got a little more than he bargained for when he signed with the Houston Texans for four years and $72 million in free agency. For too long, the Texans relied on defensive end J...

    Brent Sobleski Written by Brent Sobleski about 4 days ago 20,804 reads 51 comments

  25. Don't Be Fooled by September Hype—the Heisman Race Is Still Wide-Open

    I keep looking at my calendar and shaking my head. September 27 it says, and I almost want to believe it. Last weekend's games in the South were played in the kind of heat that made it feel like the dead of summer...

    Christopher Walsh Written by Christopher Walsh about 4 days ago 16,296 reads 81 comments