1. NFL: Who Will Return for the New York Giants if and when the Lockout Ends?

    When NFL players and owners finally settle their dispute on how to share their $9 billion industry, the New York Giants will have a lot of player personnel decisions to make...

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  2. The Yankees Don't Need Francisco Liriano in Their Rotation

    Small market teams don't trade away a player that they control with two years to go before free agency. Most teams would try to get the most out of him before trading such a player away...

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  3. Eli Manning and the New York Giants Hit the Halfway Point

    The NFC East is lead by the 5-2 New York Giants. After a slow start the Giants have a modest four game winning streak entering their bye week. Sporting an impressive 4-0 record in games v...

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  4. The Giants' Horrible Play Against the Ravens Stinks of Last Year

    After watching the horrendous lackluster performance by the New York Giants against the Baltimore Ravens it reminded my much of last year's season ending games against the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings...

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  5. New York Giants Wide Receiver Battle: Cruz vs. Moss vs. Hagan

    Steve Smith, Mario Manningham, Hakeem Nicks, and Ramses Braden are all locks for the season, but who else makes the roster, at wide receiver, is up for grabs...

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  6. FIFA World Cup 2010: Knockout Round, Anyone?

    "It's all up to you." Every coach can use that line in order to get their respective team to the next round. With all four team still alive for a knockout spot, anything and everything will go in Tuesday's late games...

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  7. Greece vs. Nigeria 2010: A Historic First for Greece

    When Nigeria scored on a free kick after 16 minutes the only thing I thought was here we go again. All that changed when Sani Keita was given a red card for a deliberate kick at Vasilis Torosidis in the 33rd minute...

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  8. FIFA World Cup 2010: Being There Is Not Good Enough for Greece Anymore

    After watching the horrible performance on Saturday morning Greece needs to know the following, being there is no longer acceptable. That was all well and good before 2004...

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  9. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Evangelos Moras in Doubt and Other Player Updates

    Evangelos Moras looks to be out of the opening match in the World Cup vs. South Korea. After picking up an injury in Greece last warm-up against Paraguay, Moras has yet to practice fully with the team...

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  10. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Greece To Make New History In South Africa

    With Group B being side open for second place Greece, Nigeria, and South Korea will all have an oppertunity to progress to the second round and have Group C's winner...

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  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Draw Leaves Greece Wondering

    When your first attempt at goal in the very first minute almost gets you a goal you've got to think that your going to have an easy time of it. Especially when your second attempt your score...

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  12. GREEK SUPERLEAGUE Year In Review

    When Greek football ended in May of 2009, most fans watched an instant classic for the Greek Cup final between AEK Athens and Olympiacos. Antonios Nikopolidis penalty strike gave Olympiacos the Greek Double and ended the 2008-09 season in classic style..

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  13. Time To Bring Up Jesus Montero

    With the injury to Nick Johnson its the perfect time to bring up Jesus Montero and get him ready to become the Yankees next everyday catcher...

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  14. Greece's World Cup Roster Preview

    Finally after after missing the three previous World Cups Greece qualified for South Africa after beating Ukraine in one of Europe's eight team playoff...

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  15. Yankees Should Bat Gardner Second

    With Curtis Granderson out for at least one month and maybe more Joe Girardi should insert Brett Gardner into the second spot in the lineup...

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  16. 2010 Schedule Opens With Revenge

    The Giants begin the 2010 season with a chance to erase the horrible memory of closing out Giants Stadium with the Carolina Panthers. The Giants will open at home for the third straight year against an conference or division foe (Redskins 2008 and 2009).

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  17. Osi The Season Is Over, Give It a Rest

    Usi Umenyiora had a up and down 2009 season like all the Giants did. Osi openned the season scoring a touchdown against the Redskins in his return to the NFL after missing the 2008 season with a knee injury...

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  18. One Coach Down, Two More Need To Go

    The first one to suffer from the collapse of 2009 was Bill Sheridan. While Sheridan wasnt the only reason the Giants free falled from a 5-0 start, but he was a guilty party. Bill Sheridan isnt the only one to blame...

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  19. NY GIANTS 2010 BEGINS NOW

    After watching the Giants start the season with a 5-0 record, it seemed that the Giants were going to cruise into a playoff spot again. Two and half months later the Giants are looking at the Mock Draft Boards by Mel Kipper...

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  20. Snow Wasnt Only Misery For DC

    That was dominating and were not talking about the snow storm that hit the northeast. The first drive on offense and on defense set the tone for the game...

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  21. Trying to Lasso a Shot at the Playoffs

    Remember back in Week 2 the Giants and Cowboys opened the brand new Cowboys Stadium and sent 100,000 people home crying. That was two months ago and both teams are going in opposite directions...

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  22. Step 2 In a New Winning Streak

    Things the Giants should do to beat the Broncos on Thanksgiving night. 1) Ride the Hot hand of ELI Eli Manning destroyed the Atlanta Falcons for 384 yards in the Giants 34-31 victory at the Meodowlands on Sunday...

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  23. Pierce Out Vs Falcons, Season????

    Antonio Pierce is out vs Falcons and possibly the season with herniated disc in his neck as reported by Ralph Vacciano of the Daily News on ESPN 1050 during the Giant Report...

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  24. Start Anew In Week 11

    The Giants begin a best of seven with the rest of the NFC on Sunday afternoon against the Falcons at the Meadowlands. Both teams come into Giants stadium on the downside of a good start to the season...

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  25. Second shot at South Africa

    Eight Europe countries have another shot at qualifying for South Africa 2010. Portugal faces of with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russia takes on Slovenia, Greece battles Ukraine and France face Ireland on Saturday November 14 with the return leg on November 18...

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