1. Bill Cowher: NFL Head Coaching Job That Best Suits Him

    You all have heard it from the man himself, he wants to be the man in charge on the sidelines next season (assuming there is football next season). Bill Cowher wrote his Christmas list for Santa and made sure the whole world knew as well...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about almost 4 years ago 4,953 reads 9 comments

  2. Donovan McNabb's New Home: Who Are the Legitimate Candidates?

    The Donovan McNabb sweepstakes have really been the high point in a somewhat dismal offseason, which is sad considering no deal has even been done...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 4 years ago 643 reads 6 comments

  3. 2010 Winter Olympics Ends on a Bang: Canada's Hockey Team BeatsTeam USA 3-2

    The Winter Olympics came to an end yesterday, but not before perhaps the biggest event of the Olympics ended in a thriller. Before the day began, USA was in pursuit of breaking the medals record for any one country in the Winter Olympics...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 4 years ago 434 reads 2 comments

  4. Salary Cap in Sports: Parity or Possible Greatness?

    The salary cap promotes parity throughout the sports that use this method of finance. The cap does not just promote parity between big and small markets, but it also creates parity in talent among franchises in different sports today...

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  5. 2010 NFL Wildcard Preview

    "PLAYOFFS, PLAYOFFS." In the words of Jim Mora, yes the playoffs have begun. Which will be a nice change from the pathetic week 17 that was just played out. Nevertheless, the football atmosphere is strong in the air...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 4 years ago 372 reads 1 comments

  6. Joba Chamberlain and Phillip Hughes Are No Longer Prospects

    The trade deadline is nearing, and the hottest commodity is still Roy Halladay. Even though J.P. Ricciardi has said numerous times that the trade talks with Halladay are dead, the media still talks about possible destinations for Halladay...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 177 reads 1 comments

  7. Under Fire: Oakland Raiders

    That's right the Raiders are now under fire. This once prestigious franchise has become the irrelevant team of the league. It has all started from the top of the organization in Al Davis...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 1,403 reads 63 comments

  8. Pure Fantasy Football: Draft Strategy Pt. 1

    Pure Fantasy Football is a series that I will continue more during the season after each week. The purpose of the series will be to give readers updates, week-to-week sleepers, and key matchups to help your fantasy chances...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 775 reads 4 comments

  9. Under Fire: Terrell Owens

    Many players will be feeling the heat in the upcoming NFL season, but no one is more under fire than Terrell Owens. Is he mentally insane? Is he just a plain moron? Or is it just about face time? Who knows? Only TO can answer that...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 216 reads 1 comments

  10. Under Fire: Five NFL Coaches

    Under Fire is a series that I will continue to do all season long. This series will place a variety of players, coaches, and teams under severe scrutiny for their inability to prove their worth in the league and will suggest that changes should be made...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 1,291 reads 40 comments

  11. 2009 NFL Preview: AFC North

    Let's take a trip up to the AFC North, where the Super Bowl champions preside. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens have created one of the most prolific rivalries in football...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about 5 years ago 311 reads 7 comments

  12. 2009 NFL Preview: AFC South

    The AFC South is usually consistent with the end of season results. The Colts, Titans, and Jaguars are the ones battling out for position while the Texans hang around as the bottom dweller. But it's a new season and it may bring some changes...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 472 reads 18 comments

  13. Fantasy Value: Brandon Marshall

    How do the recent reports of a trade request affect Brandon Marshall's draft status? Well, plain and simple, it doesn't! Whether it's Baltimore, Chicago, or Canadian football, Marshall should be taken within the first three rounds...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 154 reads 3 comments

  14. Fantasy Value: Ray Rice

    Seeing how the fantasy mock drafts have been panning out, it seems as though everybody will have to steal a running back late to add depth in that position...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 451 reads 2 comments

  15. 2009 Sleeper NFL Teams In Fantasy

    Which team or player will have the "surprise" fantasy year? This is the question I ask myself before I go to sleep at night (not making that up). The thought of making sure no one player, or team of players has been overlooked...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 522 reads 8 comments

  16. Fantasy Value: Jerricho Cotchery

    There is always that hidden gem that you are trying to find late into the fantasy draft. Most of the time though those gems are not clear cut sleepers...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 625 reads 14 comments

  17. 2009 Standings: AFC East

    It's never too early to think about who will be the best team of their division this year. Die hard fans have been talking up or down their teams throughout the free agency, the draft, and will continue through training camp...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 408 reads 2 comments

  18. Which NFL Teams Have the Best Fantasy Rosters?

    Fantasy football owners only have the most athletic, most talented, and the best scoring machines in the NFL. It's the team that you wish you could watch on TV...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 440 reads 25 comments

  19. Fantasy Duos: Highly Risky but Could Be Highly Rewarding

    Most of the time fantasy owners have players from different teams, but rarely on the same team. The reason usually being if one player does well that week for the team then the other player won't produce...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 264 reads 19 comments

  20. Quarterback First, Running Back Second

    Nearly all experts and fantasy football owners have Peterson as the No. 1 pick in this years draft. Projecting a running back to be the No. 1 pick is the common trend. Peterson is the guy this year, before him it was LT...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 325 reads 5 comments

  21. Calvin Johnson, Randy Moss Among Top Fantasy Wide Receivers for 2009

    Wide Receivers are the most unpredictable group of players in all of fantasy football. Picking between a tandem of running backs can be difficult, but it just does not compare to the parade of receivers each team can use...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 921 reads 2 comments

  22. Joba Chamberlain: Bullpen or Starter?

    The Yankees beat the Rangers last night in dominant fashion. A.J. Burnett pitched six shut-out innings, fanning seven batters to receive his third win of the season...

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  23. 2009 Fantasy Running Backs: the Best, the Worst, and the Sleepers

    Running backs are indisputably the most important weapons to have on fantasy teams. They receive the most points in both receiving and rushing, since typically, NFL teams are reliant on running backs to create a bulk of the offensive production...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 2,366 reads 36 comments

  24. Why the New York Yankees Havn't Been to a World Series Since 2003

    Remember that run the Yankees made in the late '90s, when they seemed unbeatable when it came to the playoffs and the World Series...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 318 reads 4 comments

  25. Fantasy Quarterbacks for 2009: The Best, the Worst, and the Sleepers

    If you are like me, you want to get a head start on your draft boards this year. Everyone wants to figure out who should be at the top, find that later round steal, and know which players you should downright avoid taking this year...

    Daniel Mader Written by Daniel Mader about over 5 years ago 1,643 reads 34 comments