1. K-Rod in Pinstripes? No…Not Those Pinstripes!

    Apparently, K-Rod wasn’t the only one who had the right to remain silent—so did the Colorado Rockies hitters yesterday at Citi Field...

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  2. NFL Week 12 Picks: The Holiday Edition

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone out there who realizes, like me, that Thanksgiving is meant to be for three things: family, food, and football...

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  3. NFL Week 11 Picks: Another Big Sunday…That Starts on Thursday

    I really like DeAngelo Williams, especially against Miami tonight. I really hope that I’m not the only person out there right now who thinks that having Thursday Night games before ...

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  4. NFL Week 10 Picks: Now the Real Fun Begins

    Not sure if he's smiling or not, but I don't think he'll be smiling after Sunday Night So we have finally crossed the midway point of the regular season in the NFL and so far, as expected, there have been some surprises and some disappointments...

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  5. NFL Midseason Review

    As we reach the end of Week 9, every team is halfway through the regular season. Some have been great surprises while others have not. And Oakland is, well, yeah...

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  6. NFL: Week Nine Picks

    Tony Romo might find himself in this position again if the Eagles have it their way on Sunday Night With the baseball season finally coming to its end last night, I can now focus 100 percent on the NFL the rest of the way...

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  7. NFL Week Eight: In Need of a Bailout

    Maybe it’s the fact that I am stuck in a deathbed for football this year in Washington, or maybe I just am missing something, but the last two weeks have not gone according to plan...

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  8. NFL Week 7 Picks: Looking for a Few Good Teams

    "Matty Ice" has led the Falcons to a 4-1 start, but no one seems to be noticing. Maybe this week will help. I’m not going to preface this with anything other than oops...

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  9. NFL Week Six: Looking to Breakout

    The Saints will be tested again by a team from New York on Sunday. Can they handle the Giants the same way they did the Jets? The last couple of weeks have been somewhat unpredictable ...

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  10. MLB: NLCS Positional Breakdown and Prediction

    Cliff Lee has been one of the best pitchers in the NL since he was traded from Cleveland. Can he do it in the NLCS? The National League Championship Series is set to kick off tonight in Los ...

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  11. MLB: ALCS Positional Breakdown and Prediction

    The American League championship is a battle between East and West as the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are set to do battle starting on Friday night in the Bronx...

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  12. NFL: Monday Night Recap: Dolphins Run “Wild” On Jets, Win 31-27

    Dolphins ran all over the Jets last night, winning 31-27 in Miami." width="510"> Ronnie Brown and the Dolphins ran all over the Jets last night, winning 31-27 in Miami...

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  13. L.A. Teams Eyeing “Freeway Series” as MLB Playoffs Enter Round Two

    For the Angels, the path is a certain and familiar one as they take on the New York Yankees, who broke out the brooms last night with their 4-1 win over the Minnesota Twins...

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  14. California Dreamin': L.A. Dodgers Sweep St. Louis Cardinals

    This was supposed to be a quick exit for Los Angeles. They weren’t supposed to be able to get to the St. Louis Cardinals’ vaunted pitching staff. This was supposed to be Albert Pujols' and Matt Holliday’s playoff coming out party...

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  15. NFL Week 5: Time to Rebound

    Well, I knew I was bound to have a stinker of a week sooner or later, and hopefully it doesn’t get any worse than last week’s 7-7 showing, which brings the season record to a respectable 36-26 (...

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  16. MLB: Divisional Series Preview

    One hundred sixty-two games was enough for seven of the eight playoff teams this year. However, we won’t know the winner of the one-game playoff between Detroit and Minnesota until tomorrow night...

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  17. NFL Week Four: Just Win, Baby

    The big one is the game on Monday Night, with Brett Favre going up against his old mates from Green Bay. Week Four of the NFL Season is just about 36 hours away now and I almost forgot to make my pick for this week…oops...

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  18. MLB Playoffs Positional Power Rankings: Second Base

    Now that the playoff picture has pretty much all but taken its final shape, I have taken the liberty of removing any and all Twins or Braves from the remaining lists, so don’t be confused that the list stops at No...

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  19. NFL Week Four: Washington Redskins Need Change, But No Hope?

    Disappointment. A feeling of dissatisfaction that results when your expectations are not realized. The Washington Redskins are definitely disappointed with the way they have played ...

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  20. MLB Playoff Positional Power Rankings: First Base

    After having a fairly easy time ranking the catchers on the teams contending for playoff spots yesterday, I had to spend a lot more time on the first basemen that are potentially playoff-bound...

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  21. MLB Playoff Positional Power Rankings: Catchers

    With the MLB playoff picture beginning to take its final shape, it’s time to start looking at each of the teams still in the race and see how they stack up against each other...

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  22. NFL: Wrapping Up the Rest of Week Three

    Week Three in the NFL is officially in the books, with Indianapolis and Dallas winning their primetime battles with Arizona and Carolina, respectively...

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  23. NFL Week 3: Early Game Recaps

    Another great afternoon of NFL games. Some were thrilling down to the last play, some were just blowouts, and maybe biggest of all, the Detroit Lions have won a football game...

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  24. NCAAF: Several Top Teams Fall Flat

    Jeremiah Masoli had plenty to smile about today as his Oregon Ducks smashed No. 6 Cal, 42-3. Every week of the college football season there tends to be some attrition within the ranks of the unbeaten...

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  25. NFL Week 3: Building Momentum in the Early Season

    After last week’s 11-5 triumph for yours truly, I realize that I am bound to follow it up with something slightly less spectacular. It’s the law of averages, really...

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