1. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning: A 'Brees' Is Blowing Towards You

    Two seasons ago, New England Patriots star Tom Brady and Indianapolis Colts phenom Peyton Manning were in a league of their own. Peyton Manning was coming off of a Super Bowl victory and Tom Brady was introduced to a new, valuable friend in Randy Moss...

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  2. New Jersey NYets: With a Russian Owner Likely Coming In, Will the Nets Move Out?

    The NBA. Where amazing happens, huh? David Stern has globalized the game of basketball to a level no one ever thought possible. I mean look back at last season...

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  3. Tigers or Twins: Who Will Win Baseball's AL Central?

    After 150 games, there is only one race in Major League Baseball that has a major storyline down the stretch. Three weeks ago it looked like the Detroit Tigers had the AL Central all but wrapped up after dismissing the slumping Chicago White Sox...

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  4. Monday Night Wrapup: What To Make of Colts-Dolphins?

    Pierre Garcon had the game-winning catch for the Colts in Miami last night. Peyton Manning and the Colts made the most of their limited time on the field last night, coming up with ...

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  5. Tony Romo Struggles in Cowboys' Big Game...Again

    In a game where the New York Giants were thoroughly dominated by the Dallas Cowboys, it was once again QB Tony Romo’s inability to avoid making mistakes that cost Dallas a win in the opening game at the magnificent Cowboys Stadium...

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  6. NFL Early Game Recaps

    A wild weekend so far in the NFL, with several surprising results making things very interesting in the early season. So let’s jump right into things so I can finish this and maybe even take a break before the end of the Sunday Night game...

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  7. NCAA Football: Washington Stuns USC…and Those Other Games, Too

    Eric Folk's FG lifted Washington to a shocking 16-13 win over #3 USC. Today we got a good look at why Pete Carroll is using Matt Barkley as his starting QB as the Aaron Corp-led ...

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  8. MLB: Twins' Mauer Deserves AL MVP

    Mauer has had one of the best offensive seasons ever, but it still might not be enough to win the American League's Most Valuable Player award. Somewhere in the bowels of the soon-to-be vacant Hubert H...

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  9. NFL Week 2: Up or Down Time

    Cutler's "effort" in Sunday Night's loss to the Packers dropped me to .500 last week. Guess what team I didn't pick this week? I thought after Sunday afternoon’s games last ...

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  10. NCAA Football: Previewing the Weekend's Big Games

    This week in college football there are several intriguing story lines, starting right away on Thursday night with arguably one of the most important ACC games in the last few years when the Ramblin’ Wreck of #14 Georgia Tech...

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  11. MLB Wednesday: The NL Wild Card Race Comes Back to Life.

    In a September in which playoff races are looking pretty dead and all but settled, there is one race between two very different teams that gives us a reason to keep paying attention...

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  12. Monday Night Breakdown: Two Games, Two Surprises, The Same Expected Results

    Leodis McKelvin made a name for himself in the worst way possible last night. Last night’s Monday Night Football double-header provided more than just insomnia for people living on the East Coast...

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  13. NFL Sunday Recap: What We (or Maybe Just I) Learned

    Age was served in Cleveland, with a LOT of help from Adrian Peterson I am going to start this by saying that I am a little embarrassed for several reasons, the least of which being my 8-5 ...

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  14. College Football Week Two Wrapup: Upsets, Drama, and Flops

    QB Case Keenum is the King of Houston as he led the Cougars to a huge upset of No. 5 Oklahoma State Once again, college football fans have no reason to be unhappy with the way things went on a busy Saturday on the gridiron...

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  15. Albert Pujols: A Man Amongst Boys

    Amid the hype and hoopla of NFL Kickoff this weekend, the MLB playoff races continue, albeit that most of the races are over at this point...

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  16. NFL Week One: Picking the Winners

    I’ve never been particularly good at picking NFL games, especially when you get into the spreads. More times than not, I’m left dumbfounded by how teams couldn’t ...

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  17. 2009-10 NFC Primer: Just In Case the AFC One Wasn't Long Enough

    Okay, so yesterday I had to swallow some pride and give way too much love to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in my AFC Preview. Thankfully, today is the NFC so we can leave all that behind...

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  18. 2009-10 AFC Primer: As If You Needed Another Preview

    The NFL regular season is almost upon us, which for me means another chance to try and figure out who is going to win the Super Bowl before the first real snap is even taken...

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  19. College Football is Back! Why You Should Watch

    College Football...Or Minor League Football depending on how you look at it." width="267" height="180" />College Football...Or Minor League Football depending on how you look at it...

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  20. Michael Vick Returns: Could It Mean Changes in Philly?

    Heeeeeeee's BAAAAAAAACK!!! Could it be the beginning of a new era for the Eagles? Earlier tonight, ex-convict Michael Vick returned to the field for the first time since Dec...

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  21. The Stephen Strasburg Signing and Its Potential Impact on the Nationals

    Can this man save a franchise? At 11:58:43 pm, according to Washington Nationals team president Stan Kasten, baseball’s worst team this season and highly-touted, Scott Boras-managed ...

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  22. Overhauling the MLB Division System

    MLB: At least we dont have Michael Vick!!!" title="Major League Baseball" width="525" height="318" /> MLB: "At least we don't have Michael Vick!!!" Since the advent of the wild card ...

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  23. Yanks-Sox: What makes it such a good rivalry?

    It's a good thing baseball players don't know how to fight otherwise both teams would have no players left Friday night at about 11:30 p.m. I was on my way home from my job in Manhattan...

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  24. The Other Side of the MLB Trade Deadline

    Once again the MLB trade deadline has come and gone, and it was not without its share of big moves including Cliff Lee to the Phillies, Victor Martinez to the Red Sox, and Jake Peavy to the White Sox (finally!)...

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  25. Preseason NCAA Basketball Tournaments

    By Brennan Marks SZ Contributing Writer Some of you might recognize me from my weekly college football columns. I love college football, but if there is any sport I love more than college football, it is college basketball...

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