1. Sell Your Soul on eBay: The High Price of Being a Redskins Fan

    Dec 6, 2009. Eight minutes and thirty-one seconds into overtime, I lost my heart...for the last time. The Washington Redskins (3-9) proved that even when you can't help but win a game, try really hard and you'll find a way to squander it...

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  2. Darrent Williams Slayed, Justice Postponed

    At 2:30 am on the morning of Jan. 1, 2007, Darrent Williams was pronounced dead. An apparent altercation between some club goers and gang members would cost Williams his life...

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  3. Forever My Favorite: The 1997-'98 Denver Broncos

    I really enjoy these assignments where I get to talk about my favorite subject, me. It’s an opportunity for me to impart all my opinions on the world, making it a better place...

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  4. Good, Better, West: How The AFC West Measures Up

    Hey, it’s the 50th anniversary of the original AFL! Of course, if this year resembles last year, there won’t be much cause for celebration in the AFC West...

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  5. Sonia Sotomayor: Baseball's MVP

    September 6, 1995. Four banners hung from the B&O Railroad warehouse. 2130. It was a packed house that night in Oriole Park at Camden Yards. And before the home team took the field in the bottom of the fifth, there was a small matter to attend...

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  6. Beltway Blah: The Battle for Bragging Rights (and Nothing More)

    This Memorial Day weekend, be sure to spend some quality time with your family. Have a cookout. Play horseshoes or wiffle ball. Visit a war memorial and say a prayer for the troops, both past and present...

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  7. The Summer Could Get Sticky For The Baltimore Orioles

    Beware the ides of July. Before beginning the “Beltway Series” against the Washington Nationals this Memorial Day weekend, the Baltimore Orioles will finish up their disappointing ...

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  8. Will the Real Superman Please Stand Up?

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } Often there is discussion generated about sports clichés that have been overused...

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  9. The Baltimore Uh-O'S: Here We Go Again

    In 1997, the Baltimore Orioles were the class of the American League East going wire-to-wire and amassing over 100 wins in the regular season...

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  10. Know Your Enemy (Part Three): The San Diego Chargers

    In the third and final installment of the "Know Your Enemy" series, we look at the AFC West champion San Diego Chargers. For more on the AFC West, be sure to read Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table...

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  11. Know Your Enemy (Part Two): The Oakland Raiders

    In part two of this three-part series, “Know Your Enemy”, we’re going to take a look at the Oakland Raiders...

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  12. Know Your Enemy: The Kansas City Chiefs

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 In order to accurately predict how well your team will do in the upcoming season, it is not only important to evaluate the steps taken by that team ...

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  13. The Denver Broncos: How the Grinch Stole the 2009 NFL Playoffs

    Change. Barack Obama ran an entire presidential campaign on the idea of change. When life becomes stagnant or the status quo just isn’t good enough anymore, change is the cure-all...

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  14. Denver Broncos work to patch holes in defense

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } The Denver Broncos may not have made a huge splash in the 2009 NFL Draft, but they have drawn from the free agency pool to address some glaring weaknesses...

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  15. The Orange Crushed: How I Became a Denver Broncos Fan

    When I was seven years old, the world of sports opened up to me with a clarity I have yet to realize in any other form in any other portion of my life...

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  16. Broncos 2009: New Coach, New Playbook, New Quarterback: No Worries?

    After finishing the regular season 8-8 and missing the playoffs, Pat Bowlen decided it was time for a change. Well, here it comes. Mike Shanahan was fired on December 30, 2008. His replacement, Josh McDaniels, was hired on January 12, 2009...

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  17. 20 Questions for Ben Hamilton

    If given the opportunity to engage one of the Denver Broncos players in a sit down interview, I believe these would be the 20 questions I would ask Broncos guard Ben Hamilton. No...

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  18. Profiling the Denver Broncos' Journeyman Coaches

    The 2009 Denver Broncos will look quite different from the 2008 squad. And though a lot of attention will be paid to the new QB, the new running backs, and the new 3-4 defense, success starts with the coaches…who are also mostly new...

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