1. Top 25 Things We Missed Most About Football

    As the anticipation grows and we slowly move to the edge of our seats, we wistfully recall the season known for football. Where the gridiron is filled with not only players—but with the hopes and dreams of the fans who love them...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 5,916 reads 58 comments

  2. AFC North Training Camp Preview: Top 10 Players on the Roster Bubble

    Like every season, training camp always brings the start of something new and the end of something old. Veterans who are too veteran may find themselves unemployed (see Rudi Johnson ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 2,665 reads 12 comments

  3. 2010 NFL Predictions: 10 Things Cincinnati Bengals Fans Can Expect

    A season emerges and the picture slowly clears from the mist and smoke of thought, dream, and hope. In 2010, there were changes in the air...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 2,149 reads 14 comments

  4. Cincinnati Bengals: Upcoming Key Dates and Games for 2010 Season

    The official website of the Cincinnati Bengals published yesterday upcoming key dates leading up to the start of the 2010 season, as follows.....

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  5. Cincinnati Bengals History: Top 10 Running Backs of All-Time

    22 years ago a certain young running back—Elbert L. Woods A.K.A Ickey Woods—reinvigorated a Bengals backfield which had become known as a pass first team to most...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 27,297 reads 57 comments

  6. Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Preview: Wide Receiver

    It seems to all that the Bengals are locked in at wide receiver. Nevertheless, there is a serious competition—a literal mob of people—trying out for wide receiver. Sure, there are the givens: Chad "Mr...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 1,181 reads 6 comments

  7. 20 Sports Teams We'd Like To Ban

    In the spirit of the Nigerian president, who in the spirit of (and predecessor to) the owner of Cleveland Cavaliers (a.k.a. Dan Gilbert), went wild like a loose cannon and temporarily banned the national world football (a...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 13,092 reads 8 comments

  8. Madden 2011: Preview of the Cincinnati Bengals Starters

    When Madden 2010 came out last season, the Bengals had a middle to low end overall rating (starters only) of 77.23. This year, the Madden 11 team gave the Bengals a much deserved increase in overall ratings for starters, to 83...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 2,351 reads 5 comments

  9. Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp: Top Five Positional Battles

    The 2010 Bengals campaign is not just about the fourth most difficult schedule in the league but about who will be there to fight for Cincinnati. Strategy is all about position...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 1,075 reads 2 comments

  10. The 10 Hottest Beauty Pageant WAGs of All Time

    Professional athletes are creatures of achievement and excellence. They seek to achieve and associate with the highest levels where the most exposure is achieved. Beauty pageant contestants are similar creatures of habit...

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  11. Bengals Training Camp Preview: Running Backs

    Both the success and failure of the Cincinnati Bengals will weigh on the emergence of a balanced offense. Teams will be prepared for a strong running game— regardless if Cedric ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 770 reads 6 comments

  12. The Hottest WAGs Remaining In The World Cup

    The knockout stage is upon us and be it what it is may but as popular as world football (a.k.a. Soccer) is, there is another reason to be in love with the world's game—the knockouts which love those players...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 9,404 reads 1 comments

  13. The 20 Worst Owners in Sports History

    The movie "Major League" is a fictional portrayal of a bad owner by inheritance. Essentially, the bimbo wife of an older gentleman who happens to own the Cleveland Indians inherits ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 2,390 reads 56 comments

  14. FIFA World Cup 2010: WAGs and Hot Fans of Group A

    WAGs are diamonds in the rough. The lottery of being a professional athlete is only trumped by the lottery victory of the WAG that goes along with the salary. Welcome to the world sport where the perk is the partner...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 7,564 reads 0 comments

  15. Texas v. USC: Forget the Field, Who Wins a Showdown of the Hottest Fans?

    The Pac-10 and the Big 12 may not be getting a blockbuster merger, but there is clear competition for who has the hottest fans. Sometimes just looking is not enough...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 7,161 reads 2 comments

  16. USA vs. England World Cup: The Grudge Is Deeper

    Team USA pulled off an objective victory. Today, USA versus England was a tie, but the events that approached that result are far from the true tie that the United States needs to ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 435 reads 4 comments

  17. U.S. vs. England World Cup: Countdown To History

    As I watch the opening to the USA England matchup, several wistful thoughts come to mind: 1. Though the Americans are cheering for the red, white, and blue, I hope the American announcer does not speak anymore...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 53 reads 4 comments

  18. Kung Fu Bear and 10 Superstar Sports Animals

    "It's a bird and a plane?" Animals are amazing as pets and as parts of our world. Rarely does one find an animal that reaches beyond the mystery of the zoo, but when one does—with ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 977 reads 2 comments

  19. John Wooden: The Pyramid For Success

    Maybe John Wooden could be thought of by many as being someone who was old enough to "have know when the pyramids were built" first hand but to those that knew his coaching methods, Wooden was not only an athletic—but also life—coach...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 448 reads 1 comments

  20. 2010 French Open: Five Weaknesses Robin Soderling Exposed in Roger Federer

    The Greek Gods would never have imagined Roger Federer losing in the manner he did at the French Open on June 1st 2010 but yet when the clouds parted (or so they will) Roger had been overmatched and overplayed...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about 4 years ago 1,045 reads 20 comments

  21. Bengal Challenges For 2010—Lions, Tigers, and Bears...Traps..Oh My!!!

    The Cincinnati Bengals are facing their most formidable schedule in over a decade. Being what it may, the following are the bullet points for success or simply survival: Top Questions ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 4 years ago 388 reads 14 comments

  22. 10 Child Athlete Stars That Couldn't Cut It As An Adult

    "What you talkin' 'bout Willis?" With the death of Gary Coleman—arguably the most successful of the stars of the '80s TV show, Diff'rent Strokes (because he did not indulge ...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 4 years ago 3,812 reads 3 comments

  23. Drug Testing Works—Pitchers are Back in Control of Baseball

    I remember in the '80s, everything was about pitchers. Gooden, Clemens, Scott, Darling, Orosco, and Franco – these were the names of those who controlled the game...

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  24. Bengals Second Half: Knockdown, Dragout, Brawl To the Playoffs (Part 2 of 2)

    Following a successful first half of the season, prime time will start Sunday, November 14th 2010. On this day the vacation is over. It is time to buckle down or bow out...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 4 years ago 319 reads 27 comments

  25. Top 10 Sports Movies—Based on Trailers

    Kevin Costner had the audacity to do a sports movie—several, actually. While everything else was a chick flick (yes, even 'The Postman'was a chick flick). His best work—from a fan's perspective—was 'Field of Dreams...

    Ezri Silver Written by Ezri Silver about over 4 years ago 340 reads 13 comments