1. Barcelona or Miami? Which Dream Team Will Leave the Largest Legacy?

    The sports of basketball and football (soccer for American readers) are the two most free-flowing and creative sports in the entire world...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about 3 years ago 408 reads 2 comments

  2. NFL Ranking: The 32 Starting Quarterbacks in the League Today

    In a time where the passing game is becoming more and more dominant in the league, the importance and reverence of a good quarterback has risen with each passing season...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 3 years ago 92 reads 2 comments

  3. Brett Favre: A Young Fan's Memoir of the Green Bay Packers Legend

    All good things must come to an end, the fashion in which the end comes about, differs, but the result is the same. For football players, coming to grips with the end of their career can be difficult...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 3 years ago 647 reads 1 comments

  4. An Ode to Brett Favre, As He Returns for a 20th NFL Season

    Back in June of 2005, the final month of my eighth grade year, the final assignment my English teacher gave us was to write a letter to ourselves...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about 4 years ago 211 reads 0 comments

  5. The 12 Most Worshipped Athletes in the World

    Over the last century, society and sports have entangled themselves in one another gradually and irreversibly. At the center of this mayhem are the athletes, whose names are sung louder than those of the gladiators of ancient Rome...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 3,911 reads 30 comments

  6. Lakers-Thunder: LA Wins, but Gives Thunder Confidence Heading into Game Three

    Not even a week through the NBA playoffs and we have already been put through two heart-stopping finishes that have ended past midnight...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 539 reads 7 comments

  7. Beer Pong: How Good Are You?

    It may be the most widely played sport among middle aged drinking Americans. It's official name is Beruit, but we all know it affectionately as Beer Pong. You all know how to play it, you all know the ground rules...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 3,913 reads 5 comments

  8. Lionel Messi: The Undisputed King of Football

    Saturday, nearly 90,000 faithful Madristas left the Santiago Bernebeau in bitter disappointment after Real Madrid had suffered a 2-0 defeat to their fierce rivals, Barcelona...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 3,322 reads 7 comments

  9. 2010 NFL Combine: What The Over-Hyped Show Really Means

    It's NFL Combine week, and that's right, we are all desperately trying to get our NFL fix during the long break before the draft. The countdown until the NFL Draft is long, tedious, and for 99 percent of us, boring...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 632 reads 0 comments

  10. Brett Favre: Dispelling The Myth of the Interception King

    In 2007, Brett Favre broke some of the NFL’s most prestigious quarterback records, including: most passing touchdowns in a career, most passing yards in a career, and most wins by a starting quarterback...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 5,707 reads 204 comments

  11. The Top 10 Most Supported NFL Teams on B/R

    Here at Bleacher Report we boast some of the widest NFL coverage and analysis in the entire world. No, I am not exaggerating. No matter what you are in the mood for reading, odds are there is a fresh article just waiting to be read in the NFL section...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 7,320 reads 19 comments

  12. Meet Kellen Moore of Boise State: College Football's Best Quarterback

    Often when we think of the best quarterbacks in college football, we look towards the big powerhouse schools. Whoever is playing quarterback at places like USC, Notre Dame, or Texas usually gets the first look...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 2,756 reads 65 comments

  13. Leave Tiger Woods Alone

    No, I am not trying to do my best Chris Crocker impression. But, the easiest way I can sum up what I have to say about the way Tiger Woods has been treated the past few months is: leave Tiger Woods alone...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 827 reads 22 comments

  14. The 17 Greatest Quarterbacks in NFL History

    A little over a year ago, I embarked on a quest to gather as many top ten quarterback lists from as many people as I could. I came up with a point system for each ranking and combined them after receiving 30 lists...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 14,869 reads 52 comments

  15. The Top 10 Active Playoff Quarterbacks

    The playoffs need no real introduction. It's the time of year where everything comes down to one game, one drive, even one play. It is a complete team effort, and redefines what a team game really is...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 3,468 reads 58 comments

  16. Tracy Porter: The Other Player Involved in the Infamous Pick Six

    Not even a full day after the Super Bowl and it appears Peyton Manning's legacy has been tarnished. Rightfully? Of course not. But, the glaring ignorance of the fair-weather fan may have sent Manning the way of Brett Favre in the public eye...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 589 reads 23 comments

  17. The Top 10 Greatest College Football Quarterbacks of the Modern Era

    College football has no rival in the United States when it comes to fan passion. The college campuses are simply unbeatable on game day. If you are wearing the team colors, you are family...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 6,850 reads 108 comments

  18. The Top 10 Quarterbacks of the 2009 NFL Season

    It's a quarterback run league. Sure defense still wins championships, but it are the pigskin tossers who get all the attention and certainly all the credit. I am making this list purely from a statistical and performance standpoint...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 138 reads 9 comments

  19. NFL Quarterbacks and the Three Year Rule

    One of the major questions a franchise must face after drafting a young quarterback fresh out of college is, when do we play him? Some say, the sooner, the better, get him out on the field! Others will say, let him sit on the bench and learn...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 396 reads 10 comments

  20. Top 10 Athletes of the Decade

    Yes, that's right. I am going to make a top ten list of athletes from the last DECADE. An impossible feat you say? Why of course it is, which is what will make it that much fun. First of all, I must state my opening criteria for making this list...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 1,328 reads 2 comments

  21. The Best Teams of 2009

    2009 is coming to a close and we have had many memorable teams conquer their respective sports. I will list who I believe were the top ten teams from certified 2009 seasons...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about over 4 years ago 107 reads 0 comments

  22. Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II, Week Eight

    Welcome friends to the ninth edition of Brett Favre vs Aaron Rodgers II. In this week's edition I will cover the performances of the two big arm quarterbacks in the unofficial "Favre Bowl II"...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about almost 5 years ago 1,156 reads 20 comments

  23. Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II, Week Seven

    Welcome back friends to the seventh edition of Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II. Last week Brett Favre's game-winning drive against the Ravens solidified his 5-1 lead over Aaron Rodgers...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about almost 5 years ago 492 reads 6 comments

  24. Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II, Week Six

    Welcome back, my friends, to Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers. I must apologize for the delay of this article's publishing. A mix of school work and personal problems forced the late publishing...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about almost 5 years ago 1,136 reads 10 comments

  25. Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II, Week Five

    Welcome friends to the fifth edition of Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers II. Last week, the Packers and Vikings Monday Night Football game set cable-viewing records. The hype was unreal, and when game time finally came, it was still unreal...

    David Arreola Written by David Arreola about almost 5 years ago 797 reads 16 comments