1. Toby Gerhart: White Men Can't Jump....But Can They Run ?

    Toby Gerhart has been The University of Stanford’s standout running back for the past two college seasons (played four years total). Gerhart, finished his collegiate career with 3,522 yards rushing...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 2,133 reads 67 comments

  2. Ray Maualuga: DUI and Underage Girls...Just Another Day In Bengals Land

    After the death of Chris Henry, I thought the Bengals would come together as a team and learn from Henry’s mistakes. The Bengals did come together as a team united and playing for the honor of Chris Henry’s memory...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 1,723 reads 6 comments

  3. Tim Tebow: Top Five Teams That Should Draft Him

    Whether you love Tim Tebow or despise him, there is no doubt he is one of the greatest college football players in history. He accomplished great achievements as the QB of the Florida Gators...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 919 reads 8 comments

  4. Babe Ruth: The Called Shot ?

    It was October 1st 1932 game 3 of the World Series. The New York Yankees were the visiting team at, the always hostile Wrigley Field, taking on the Chicago Cubs...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 1,504 reads 6 comments

  5. New York Jets: Another Overhyped Team By The New York Media

    This game had all the makings of a playoff classic. The number one New York Jets defense against the great Peyton Manning and the high flying, high scoring Indianapolis Colts...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 91 reads 1 comments

  6. Top Five Reasons: Pete Rose Should Be In The Hall Of Fame

    In 1993 I was ten years old and loved to watch and play the great game of baseball. My other hobby, in which I devoted all of my free time, was collecting baseball cards and memorabilia. My father, one day, took me to a card show to meet a surprise guest.

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 5,909 reads 5 comments

  7. Barry Sander's.....The Greatest Of All Time

    Barry Sanders was one of the most elusive running backs in the history of the NFL. He retired at 30 years old and still in his prime without ever winning a Superbowl in his lustrous career and this was through no fault of his own...

    Sean  Neilon Written by Sean Neilon about almost 5 years ago 3,337 reads 6 comments