1. Philadelphia Winners in More Ways Than One As Roy Halladay Outshines Cliff Lee

    In the eyes of the Philadelphia Phillies , as good as Cliff Lee is, Roy Halladay would always trump him. On the first day of the 2010 MLB playoffs, “Doc” did that...

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  2. New England Patriots: The "System" Won't Replace Randy Moss

    In-season trades involving high-profile players are pretty typical. Contending teams pick up big-time talent from teams with no shot in exchange for draft picks and/or prospects...

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  3. Eric Hinske Is the Lucky Charm for the Atlanta Braves

    Atlanta Braves outfielder Eric Hinske is a career .254 hitter who never batted .280, never slugged 25 home runs, never scored 100 runs, and never drove in 85 runs...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 755 reads 3 comments

  4. Bouna Coundoul Is Like a Box of Chocolates; You Never Know What You're Gonna Get

    The name on the back of the New York Red Bulls ’ starting goalkeeper’s jersey reads “Coundoul,” but it may as well be Jekyll or Hyde...

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  5. Patriots vs. Dolphins: Primetime for Pats Rookie Tight End Aaron Hernandez

    It’s no secret that the New England Patriots quarterback loves throwing to Randy Moss and Wes Welker. This season, however, Brady has found a new toy in rookie tight end Aaron Hernandez ...

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  6. NFL Week 4 Picks: Donovan McNabb Will Be Triumphant in Return to Philadelphia

    Only three unbeatens remain: Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Kansas City. If you predicted that, raise your hand. You deserve a pat on the back. No one expected that from any of these teams...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 669 reads 12 comments

  7. New England Patriots: Is BenJarvus Green-Ellis the Answer at Running Back?

    New England Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis is known as “The Law Firm” because of his multi-part name...

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  8. NFL Week 3 Picks: San Francisco 49ers Finally Get in Win Column

    If a team goes 0-2 to start the season they have dug quite a hole for themselves. However, it is still a young season, and there is time to recover...

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  9. Are the New York Red Bulls Forcing Juan Pablo Angel out the Door?

    New York Red Bull fans have been lucky this season. The team is finally in a new stadium. The team not only finally signed Thierry Henry—long rumored to be coming—but they also brought in Mexico National Team captain Rafael Marquez...

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  10. New England Patriots' Running Back Concerns

    The New England Patriots' running back position is one of concern for many Pats fans going into their week 3 AFC East divisional showdown with the Buffalo Bills. The weak link gets weaker...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 3,168 reads 24 comments

  11. Philadelphia Phillies Look To 'Ace' the Test Given by the Atlanta Braves

    The Philadelphia Phillies have made another late-season surge in order to pass the Atlanta Braves in the National League East standings, stretching their own lead to three games...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 743 reads 1 comments

  12. An Analysis of How the New England Patriots Lost to the New York Jets

    Prior to the New England Patriots matchup against the New York Jets, I wrote up 10 keys to success for the Patriots. One thing I overlooked: the Patriots needed to show up for both halves...

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  13. 10 Things New England Patriots Must Do To Beat New York Jets

    The New England Patriots came out on fire in their opening week victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Now they have a chance to send a statement to the rest of the AFC East, being that ...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 439 reads 4 comments

  14. NFL Week 2 Picks: Minnesota Vikings Continue Losing Ways Against Miami Dolphins

    The tricky part with the opening week of the season is not seeing enough teams going full throttle to know what to expect. The problem with Week 2 is that, as Bill Simmons put it in his latest column, you don’t want to overreact to what you did see.

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 916 reads 14 comments

  15. Hard Knocks: Five Teams That Could Take Over HBO's Reality Hit

    For the past five Wednesdays, NFL fans have gotten the chance to get exclusive access to the New York Jets training camp thanks to the HBO show Hard Knocks. With the season started though, the television show has wrapped up...

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  16. Two New York Red Bull Fan Favorites Ready To Retire

    The New York Red Bulls, now in their 15th year of existence, have been a roller coaster of a franchise. There have been some extreme highs but also some terrible, unthinkable lows...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 500 reads 2 comments

  17. Randy Moss Can't Follow the Patriot Way When It Comes To Contract Negotiations

    Two high-profile New England Patriots players are pining for contract extensions. One is going about it the Patriot way; the other, not so much...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 1,346 reads 25 comments

  18. NFL Week 1 Picks: Houston Texans To Beat Indianapolis Colts in Upset

    Are you ready for some football? The NFL is back in action, starting with the New Orleans Saints beginning their title defense against the Minnesota Vikings, the team that they beat ...

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  19. Should the New York Red Bulls Loan Teen Prospect Juan Agudelo?

    In the New York Red Bulls' first game after the summer transfer window closed, they play a Real Salt Lake team that was very active in player movement. The movement featured a lot of players going away from Salt Lake, on loan to be specific...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 4 years ago 580 reads 8 comments

  20. New York Red Bulls Minus Key Players in Important Match vs. Real Salt Lake

    After a long offseason of changes and the recent Designated Players added during the summer transfer window, the New York Red Bulls have quickly developed into one of Major League Soccer’s elite teams...

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  21. New England Patriots Lose Leigh Bodden, Youngsters Need To Step Up

    The New England Patriots were dealt a huge blow Tuesday as cornerback Leigh Bodden was placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. Bodden played 15 games last season as a starting defensive back...

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  22. 2010 NFL Schedule: New England Patriots' Five Biggest Games

    The Patriots head into the 2010 season as the reigning AFC East champions. As they look to repeat as division winners and work deeper into the playoffs to return to the Super Bowl for ...

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  23. New York Red Bulls Need To Be Patient With Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez

    Designated Players can bring a lot of short-term things to the franchises that sign them. There are the headlines, the extra revenue generated from an increase in tickets and merchandise, ...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about 4 years ago 1,295 reads 3 comments

  24. American Soccer Fan Favorite Clint Mathis Retires, Leaving Strong Legacy

    Clint Mathis, one of the most memorable and beloved soccer players of his generation, retired after starting Saturday’s Los Angeles Galaxy-Real Madrid exhibition match...

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  25. New England Patriots Training Camp Questions

    With the start of training camp comes the start of a new NFL season. It’s a bit cliché, but every team starts 0-0 and with optimism that they could pull everything together and win the Super Bowl...

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