1. NFL Southern Divisional Outlook

    NFC South-New Orleans Saints If the NFC East is the best division in football, then the NFC South is next in line. Three teams finished with a winning record last season and even the bottom place finisher ended the year with an 8-8 mark...

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  2. NFL Northern Divisional Outlook

    NFC North-Minnesota Vikings The NFC North might possibly break in three new starting quarterbacks this year depending upon the situation in Detroit...

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  3. NFL Eastern Divisional Outlook

    With the 2009 season nearing, I might as well go on a limb and test my credibility. For the next few days until the start of the season, I will be putting my smarts on the line and typing up some divisional outlooks...

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  4. Ravens - Panthers: Three Downs

    The Ravens just keep on rolling. In beating the Carolina Panthers 17-13 Saturday night, Baltimore faced a squad who finished as the second overall seed last year in the NFC...

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  5. Three Downs from Skins/Pats: D.C. Edition

    Friday’s 27-24 defeat to the New England Patriots could be looked at as a downer for the Washington Redskins. But it’s preseason so of course we don’t focus on such things...

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  6. Three Downs from the Ravens/Jets: Bmore Edition

    Another solid performance from the Baltimore Ravens last Monday night against the New York Jets. The first team units looked great on both sides of the ball. The Ravens harassed the Jets offense and didn’t get flustered by the Jets blitzing defense

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  7. Three Downs On the Redskins/Steelers Game

    Bounceback win by the Washington Redskins last Saturday night against the defending champion Pittsburgh Steelers. I had the pleasure of covering the game live so here are three things I took away from the game...

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  8. Madden 2010: Curse Revealed

    Nowadays, being a Madden cover model is like a being a childhood star. It’s all nice and enjoyable at the time but as the years start to fade, your performance starts to falter and your life and career damn near go up in smokes...

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  9. Breakout Players: DC/Bmore i295 Edition

    Let's face it, with retirement, injuries and player deflections, if you want your favorite football team to make noise, then somebody's going to have to step up. Players breakout every year and become household names with strong seasons...

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  10. Less Is More? Romo, Cowboys Hope So

    The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2008 season with enough talent that made them pretty formidable on Xbox and PlayStation, but their real life counterparts were anything but...

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  11. Suspension Smension, Vick Lucky Just to be Back

    If you would’ve asked me two weeks ago, I would’ve said, “of course not.” If you would’ve asked me two months ago, I would’ve said, “for what, what’s ...

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  12. Three Positions Will Define Redskins in 2009

    Stephon Heyer became the obvious choice for Jon Jansen’s replacement at right tackle when the long-time veteran was released in May...

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  13. How The West Was Won, Lakers Set to Add Ron Artest

    I guess it’s over. Wrap it up. Place your bets. Just go ahead and slate the Los Angeles Lakers in for a spot in next year’s Finals. I wouldn’t blame you...

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  14. Coming To Terms in Orlando: Warming Up to The Vince Carter Trade

    Ok, Ok, so I’m slowly starting to warm up to the Vince Carter trade. Although there has been several articles written bashing, trashing, and smashing the move, I’m beginning to see the silver lining in all of this...

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  15. Orlando Reairs The Same Magic Act

    Why do bad things always happen to my beloved black and blue squad? Why? I believe the term is Déjà vu isn't it? You know, when you get the feeling you’ve seen this act before...

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  16. Blue Chips II: Return of the Wildcats

    The movie Blue Chips was released back in 1994. As a young 12 year-old Orlando Magic fan basking in the glow of the Shaq and Penny days, it was only natural that I became a huge admirer of the film...

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  17. Role Reversal: Big Ben Set to Shift the Identity of the Steelers

    I always liked those word association games when a topic is spoken then the guesser spends the next few seconds linking words to the aforementioned theme...

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  18. Rockets-Celtics: Set To Wonder What If?

    Postseason injuries to superstars in the NBA are never fun. They shorten fans the chance to witness greatness and mask the true identity of a team because the ball club in question is operating without its key performers...

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  19. More Than Music, Atlanta Hawks Poised For a Bright Future

    Over the last few years Atlanta has become the main breeding grounds for pretty much all things hip-hop and R&B. From artists such as Young Jeezy, T.I...

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  20. Mock Interview With Redskins Chris Horton

    Possible interview with Chris Horton Q- You were the team’s last pick of their 2008 draft but their most impactful player from your group, did you expect to have that kind ...

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  21. Two Of a Kind: Zorn and Blache

    Jim Zorn headlines the Washington Redskins coaching staff, directing the team as well as calling the offense while Greg Blache calls the shots on defense...

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  22. Campbell and Zorn Expected to Open Up to One Another For 09

    With the return of Jim Zorn’s west coast offense along with the maturity of Jason Campbell and the expected growth of 2008’s draft class, the Redskins will be expected to open it up on offense this fall...

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  23. Redskins Look For Breakthrough In Tough Division

    The Washington Redskins find themselves in the belly of the beast or the NFC East for those who prefer simpler terms...

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  24. Redskins Look Avoid To Avoid Repeat Of Late Season Collapse In 09

    The Washington Redskins were a team that faded down the stretch of the 2008 season. While the impatience of some fans increases year by year, others reason with the expectations of a squad led by an up and coming quarterback and a young head coach...

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