1. Alex Gibbs Will Resurrect the Seattle Seahawks Running Game

    Like a lot of people, I wasn't sure what to make of Pete Carroll being recruited as the new head coach for the Seattle Seahawks. To be honest, I still don't! However, one move that I'm excited about is the appointment of Alex Gibbs...

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  2. Buffalo Sabres-Toronto Maple Leafs: One Passionate Rivalry

    As I continue to learn more about hockey, I often find myself almost subconsciously comparing it to soccer. Perhaps this is inevitable, given that I am English, but the similarities’ between the two games is definitely a factor...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 434 reads 2 comments

  3. Buffalo Sabres Go in Search of Another Milestone at HSBC Arena

    Recently, the theme for the Buffalo Sabres appears to have centered on records and milestones. Two straight 4-3 victories over the Pittsburgh Penguins and Atlanta Thrashers marked the first time ...

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  4. Take Any Buffalo Bills Relocation Rumour with a Pinch of Salt

    Another day and yet another story linking the Buffalo Bills with a move to a new city. This time, the rumour mill has them relocating to Los Angeles. John Semcken, managing partner of Majestic Reality Co...

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  5. Why Brian Billick Should Be Considered for the Buffalo Bills Job

    According to various reports, Brian Billick is the latest big name to be linked with the head coaching job in Buffalo...

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  6. The Case For and Against Marty Schottenheimer as Bills' New Coach

    With the end of another disappointing season, the Buffalo Bills now begin their search for a new head coach. According to BuffaloBills.com lead journalist Chris Brown, one potential candidate is Marty Schottenheimer...

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  7. Buffalo Sabres Play Their 'Get out of Jail Card' To Escape With The Win

    One of the inevitabilities of spending Christmas with my girlfriend’s family is that at some point, a game of Monopoly will break out. Call it tradition if you will...

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  8. Are the Buffalo Sabres On the Verge of Something Special?

    If you’ve ever been lucky enough as a sports fan, there’s a certain point in a season when something has happened, which makes you realise your team is going to have a special year...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 405 reads 9 comments

  9. Being a Sports Fan In Toronto: A Look Back at The Last Decade

    During 2006-07, I spent 12 months living and working in Toronto and had the time of my life. I was in a world-class city, which offered everything you needed. And to top it all off, there were a wide range of professional sports teams on my doorstep...

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  10. Being a Sports Fan in Toronto: A Look Back at the Last Decade

    During 2006-07, I spent 12 months living and working in Toronto and had the time of my life.  I was in a world-class city, which offered everything you needed.  And to top it all off, there were a wide range of professional sports teams on my doorstep...

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  11. Ten Minutes With Chuck Swirsky

    I recently got the opportunity to interview current Chicago Bulls and former Toronto Raptors play-by-play announcer Chuck Swirsky. Here’s what he had to say: Q. What inspired you to get into sports broadcasting? A...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 1,441 reads 4 comments

  12. Ten Minutes With Chuck Swirsky

    I recently got the opportunity to interview current Chicago Bulls and former Toronto Raptors play-by-play announcer Chuck Swirsky...

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  13. Brandon Morrow: Unfulfilled Potential

    When you think of Brandon Morrow, one of the first words that springs to mind is "potential." It was there for everyone to see during his first career start against the New York Yankees in 2008...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 729 reads 2 comments

  14. Seahawks Fair Weather Followers Should Leave the Supporting to Real Fans

    After Seattle’s 38-17 defeat against the Dallas Cowboys, Jim Mora came out with a quote, which carried a lot of weight. “Adversity turns weak people into victims, and it turns strong people into competitors...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 907 reads 16 comments

  15. And You Thought the Seahawks Had Already Hit Rock Bottom

    In a season of few ups and many downs, Sunday’s home loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has to rank as the lowest of the low. And that’s saying something considering some of the blowout losses the Seahawks have suffered this year...

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  16. Ken Griffey Jr. Gets Chance with Seattle Mariners to Go Out on Top

    It’s tough to go out on top when you’re a major sports star, whether it be actually winning a championship or choosing to retire when you’re still playing at a high level...

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  17. What a Difference 12 Months Makes For Seattle Sports Fans

    Last year ranked as the most miserable in the history of Seattle sports. Indeed, it would be tough to find any city in North America that endured a year as depressing as Seattle’s 12 months of sports hell...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 410 reads 2 comments

  18. What if Seahawks Fans Stop Thinking "What If?"

    Seahawks fans will be in a good mood this week for a change, something that hasn’t happened nearly enough this season. With a road win at the sixth attempt, supporters are still holding out hope of a run at a ...

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  19. Is The Seahawks Success During This Decade a Mirage?

    Not surprisingly Seattle fans are frustrated with the Seahawks woes this season, particularly on the road, where they are currently 0-5...

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  20. Cut Seattle Sports Fans Some Slack

    The Seahawks play in Minnesota this weekend, and seeing Steve Hutchinson in a Vikings uniform will once again bring back memories of how the team screwed up in allowing him to leave...

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  21. Cut Seattle Sports Fans Some Slack

    The Seahawks play in Minnesota this weekend, and seeing Steve Hutchinson in a Vikings uniform will once again bring back memories of how the team screwed up in allowing him to leave...

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  22. Seattle Seahawks Jim Mora Showing the Right Attitude after Arizona Loss

    Seattle head coach Jim Mora has been getting a lot of flack about his attitude since the team’s heartbreaking loss in Arizona to the Cardinals. This criticism is totally unwarranted...

    Paul Taylor Written by Paul Taylor about almost 5 years ago 459 reads 2 comments

  23. One More (long) Shot at World Series As Ken Griffey Re-Signs For Seattle

    It’s official.  Ken Griffey Jr. is returning to the Seattle Mariners in 2010.  This can only be good news for a team looking to carry over the momentum from 2009, when they rebounded from their first 100-loss season in 25 years and finished 85-77...

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  24. The 10 Rules of Being a True Sports Fan

    What makes someone a serious sports fan?   Given that the average supporter has been gradually priced out of going to the games, combined with the current recession, it's unfair to expect someone ...

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