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I'm finally a Featured Columnist now! Please check out my latest article, it's a little different because I did it blog style and another bonus article on fantasy football.
Please provide your excellent feedback!
check the new article, as well as some of my other ones
Roy Halladay? Nah. Cliff Lee? Yep.
Decided to start doing weekly MLB Power Rankings. If you get the chance, I'd like it if you took a look. Thanks.
As the countdown begins to the NFL season, I will be predicting all of the divisions, including the playoffs and Super Bowl. We begin with the AFC West. Will anybody challenge the San Diego Chargers as division champions?
Appreciate any feedback given!
Not a problem, Dalton. Keep up the great work.
You're more than welcome.
Analysts have crammed into our head the myths of height and weight on performance. For example, do taller QBs really have an advantage over shorter passers because they can see over the line of scrimmage? Do heavier RBs get more touchdowns than lighter backs, and do small, scat backs like Darren Sproles deserve more playing time?
And are taller wide receivers better than smaller wideouts because they can get much more elevation when reaching for the pass?
You hear all these brought up especially during draft time, when a few inches to a quarterback's height can be the difference between a first-round pick or a seventh-round pick.
It's time to test these myths out.
Something is happening to Bleacher Report. Things are changing, and it's for the worst, I believe. I would really appreciate a look at this article. It would mean a lot. This isn't my typical writing topic, but if you do choose to read, please do read all the way through. You won't regret it (seriously).
Thanks, Christian Karcole