1. Why You Should Pick an All No. 2 Seed Final Four

    In any crazy NCAA men’s basketball season, it can seem downright impossible to pick a practical bracket, and this season just may have been the craziest yet...

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  2. Top 5 Missed Opportunities in New York Giants History at Tight End

    It was announced this week that the New York Giants will not re-sign tight end Martellus Bennett for the 2013-14 season. This ends his short, yet impressive year in the Big Apple...

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  3. Why the New York Giants Should Draft a Tight End in Round 1 of the NFL Draft

    In one of the most defense-heavy fields in recent memory, the New York Giants might be smart to look at the option of choosing a tight end early on in this year's NFL Draft...

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  4. Stay or Go: What Should Happen with New York Giants Free Agents in 2013

    Fewer than two weeks away now from the beginning of free agency, the New York Giants still have a lot to think about when it comes to who to bring back and who to let go...

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  5. 5 Reasons the New York Giants Could Miss the Playoffs in 2013

    As disappointing as last season ended for the New York Giants , just as much promise could be said exists for the team coming up next year...

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  6. Can David Wilson Shoulder the Load for 2013 Season in New York?

    Last Wednesday saw the end of the road for running back Ahmad Bradshaw with the New York Giants , putting the pressure on nobody more than 21-year-old David Wilson ...

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  7. 5 Defensive Backs in the 2013 NFL Draft Who Can Fix the New York Giants

    When you look at the problems ailing the New York Giants' defensive scheme, it's hard to pinpoint exactly where things went wrong...

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  8. Stay or Go: Which Free Agents Should the New York Giants Bring Back in 2013?

    One of the few things keeping Giants fans happy this offseason is looking forward to next year. Albeit, Big Blue supporters will be more than happy to forget the wasted opportunity the team had in 2012...

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  9. NFL Draft: The New York Giants Should Draft Alec Ogletree

    Alec Ogletree may not be the best linebacker available in the 2013 NFL draft, and he may not even the best Georgia linebacker available. But at pick No...

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  10. 8 Draft Prospects the New York Giants' Front Office Is Salivating Over

    The bitter end to the 2012 season for the New York Giants raised a lot of questions for the team, its fans and its front office looking forward. Luckily, it seems as though some early draft choices could provide for some pretty sound answers...

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  11. NBA Playoffs: Possible First-Round Matchups for the New York Knicks

    The New York Knicks (18-6) are currently the toast of the Eastern Conference and are nearing their return to prominence. Disregarding Monday night’s pummeling at the hands of the Houston Rockets , the Knicks have been playing like a true No...

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  12. New York Knicks: Winners and Losers from Monday's Loss to the Houston Rockets

    Let’s take a look at some of the winners and losers moving forward from the New York Knicks ' 109-96 loss to the Houston Rockets , starting with the obvious...

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  13. NFL Playoff Hunt: Ranking the NFC's 8-6 Teams

    With two games left in the NFL season, the NFC playoff picture has become a bit more muddled. A short while ago, the New York Giants and Chicago Bears were on top of everyone's power rankings, looking primed for deep playoff runs...

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  14. NBA Opening Week: 5 Things We've Learned so Far

    There has been something missing this summer ever since one of the most exciting, albeit one of the shortest, NBA seasons ended...

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  15. Top 5 Worst Games of the Replacement Referee Era

    The Replacement Referee Era officially ended with Thursday night's matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Ravens in Baltimore. Gone are the days of criticism, skepticism, and questioning every call the referees make...

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  16. Grading the 5 Starting Rookie QBs After Week 2

    Have you felt old yet watching football yet this year? Rookie quarterbacks (with ages ranging from 22 to 28) made a splash at the start of this season when five of them earned the starting spots for their respective teams...

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  17. MLB: Mets Can't Let the Bullpens Decide This Series

    If the New York Mets were only going to win one game in this series against the Cincinnati Reds , it was going to be this one. Things were looking pretty good with Chris Young on the mound, who tossed 5...

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  18. The New York Mets Are About to Have the Toughest Week in Baseball

    Just when things were starting to look up, the New York Mets took a look at their upcoming schedule. First up, starting Tuesday the Mets will have a three-game series at the Great American Ball Park against the Cincinnati Reds ...

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  19. Mets vs. Braves Series Finale Puts National Spotlight on the Mets

    With one of the worst post-All-Star break stretches in club history, the forecast doesn't look too bright for the New York Mets ...

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  20. Olympics: Who Will Win Gold in Track and Field's Opening 2 Days

    With track and field competition beginning this weekend, the main buzz will undoubtedly be behind the men's 100-meter final on Sunday, where superstar Usain Bolt will look to defend his 2008 Olympic title against upstart teammate Yohan Blake...

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  21. NL East: Why the New York Mets' Loss Tuesday Was the Worst of the Season

    The ship hasn't sunk, the fat lady hasn't reached her final note and the season isn't anywhere close to being over, but the New York Mets are in trouble. Tuesday night in D.C...

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  22. MLB: Niese Needs to Be at His Best in Mets' Opener Against Washington

    Jonathon Niese has been a bit polarizing as of late. In some outings, the New York Mets will get the promising 25-year-old who strikes out five, gives up an earned run here or ...

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  23. New York Mets: Why the Washington Nationals Series Is a Must-Win

    It's starting to look like the same old New York Mets . How many times in the past decade have we seen it happen? The Mets come into the season as underdogs, they start to win a few games, go into the All-Star break above ...

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  24. London 2012 Olympics: USA's 7 Best Hopes for Track and Field Gold

    With the start of the 2012 London Olympics almost two weeks away now, it's time to start thinking gold. The USA track and field team tasted gold six times four years ago in Beijing en route to a 23-medal performance...

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  25. The End of an Era: Steve Prefontaine's Last Major Record Falls

    Upon his death, the Eugene Register-Guard famously dubbed the time as the "end of an era." After last Thursday's Olympic Trial meet, the running world has now come upon another end...

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