1. North Carolina's Harrison Barnes Makes His Case to Be NBA's No. 1 Pick

    Long seen as a potential top pick in the upcoming NBA Draft, Harrison Barnes had yet to have a truly standout game this season despite being one of the catalysts of the Tar Heels' recent 21-1 run (26-6 overall)...

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  2. With Broncos Looking Ahead, Tebow Shining In Audition For Starting Spot In 2011

    The Denver Broncos are already dealing with too many question marks to name heading into the 2011 season—none more important than their head coach—but Tim Tebow ...

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  3. New York Giants Suffer Stunning Loss To Packers, Only a Glimmer of Hope Remains

    Even after last week's collapse, we, the fans, thought the Giants would dig deep and find it in them to rebound against the Packers, like they did in 2007. Sadly, we couldn't have been more wrong...

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  4. NFL Week 16 Predictions: New York Giants Fight to Clinch Playoff Spot

    While the New York Giants ' recent meltdown against the Philadelphia Eagles won't soon be forgotten, the team (and its fan base) needs to adopt a cornerback mentality in reference to Sunday's debacle, and move past their historic collapse...

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  5. Key Matchups Highlight Sunday's NFC East Showdown Between Giants and Eagles

    It's that time of the year in the NFL, as the Giants and Eagles battle once again for divisional dominance in December...

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  6. Star-Studded Giants Defense Relies On Strong Supporting Cast To Survive

    "If (Justin) Tuck was the defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars, I couldn't do this (market) for him, because he's not a national enough figure. He's got three national campaigns: Nike, Electronic Arts and Subway...

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  7. Eli Manning Gives Giants Stability At the NFL's Most Important Position

    "Peyton's brother" or "Archie's son" are just two of the nicknames that the Manning's second-youngest child has had to endure throughout his football career. Hell, if he wasn't playing in New York who knows how far Eli's Q rating would fall...

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  8. Giants Should Look To Power Running Roots To Survive Injuries on Offense

    How quickly a season can change for New York. Perched atop the NFC East two weeks prior, the Giants now sit out of the NFC playoff picture if the season ended today...

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  9. Randy Moss: 10 Playoff Contenders That Should Take a Look

    Only Randy Moss could be a part of what can only be described as a unique experience thus far in the 2010 season...

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  10. NBA Opening Week: Blake Griffin Makes Los Angeles Clippers Fun Team To Watch

    Blake Griffin dazzled in his Clippers debut Wednesday (and in spurts against the Warriors last night), and has brought a glimmer of hope to a downtrodden L.A. franchise that has reached the playoffs only once in the past 13 seasons...

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  11. MLB World Series 2010: 10 Players Who Will Make The Most Impact

    Dubbed the Year of the Pitcher, the 2010 MLB season has been full of milestones reached by the men on the mound...

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  12. Week 7 Rundown: MNF, Raiders Make History, Steelers Get By Fins On Blown Call

    Two of the NFL 's better teams had their respective byes this week, and it showed in the amount of sloppy games played on Sunday...

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  13. Ryan Howard Has Been Silent for the Phillies This October

    Ryan Howard 's biggest contributions to the Phillies so far this postseason have been his celebratory high-fives to his teammates after they get driven in by Placido Polanco ...

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  14. NBA Preview 2010-11: Inside the Mind of LeBron James

    "In this fall, this is very tough, in this fall I'm going to take my talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat .....

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  15. Cody Ross Carrying the Load for a Struggling San Francisco Giants Offense

    Add another momentum-shifting RBI to Cody Ross' stellar postseason résumé. A fourth inning single by the Giants right fielder opened up the scoring in Game 3 of ...

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  16. NLCS 2010: Phillies-Giants Game 3 Has a Chance To Be a Shootout

    The star-studded staffs of the Giants and the Phillies have been largely dominant in the series so far, despite Roy Halladay 's ho-hum performance in Game 1; but Game 3 has ...

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  17. NFL Week 6 Picks: Can the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Upset the New Orleans Saints?

    The New Orleans Saints head to Raymond James Stadium Sunday with the possibility of falling two games back in the NFC North...

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  18. College Football Week 7 Picks: 5 Players You've Never Heard Of

    With Week 7 already in full swing, including a West Virginia win yesterday, college football still has some sleepers in its midst. Offensively the star power at quarterback has kept some hidden gems in the spotlight, especially within the Big 12...

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  19. NFL Week 6 Picks: Against the Spread

    With parity running rampant in the NFL this season (just look at the AFC South), Week 6 can help weed out the playoff contenders and pretenders...

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  20. Felix Jones Making the Most of His Touches in Dallas

    On a day that saw Dallas lose consecutive home games for the first time since 2006, Felix Jones was one of the few bright spots for the Cowboys (1-3) Sunday afternoon...

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  21. Hakeem Nicks Ignites New York Giants' Offense in Win over Houston Texans

    Hakeem Nicks just showed the rest of the NFL why they can't sleep on the New York Giants offense this season...

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  22. Randy Moss: Five Receivers That May Replace the Former Patriot Wideout

    With Randy Moss officially a member of the Minnesota Vikings, the Patriots will look to replace the Hall of Fame wide receiver in the next coming weeks...

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  23. MLB Rumors: 10 Players the Los Angeles Angels Should Aim for This Winter

    For the first time in three years, the Los Angeles Angels will not represent the AL West in the postseason and that means they should be active shoppers during MLB's offseason...

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  24. Randy Moss: What the Trade Means for the Patriots and the Rest of the NFL

    Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots never cease to amaze us. With future Hall-of-Famer Randy Moss now a member of the Minnesota Vikings, once again, Tom Brady and the New ...

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  25. Cincinnati Offense Makes Reds a Dark Horse in National League Pennant Race

    With no real expectation hanging over them, the Cincinnati Reds enter the 2010 playoffs amid little fanfare, overshadowed considerably by their NLDS opponent, the 2008 World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies ...

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