1. Dallas Cowboys: Can Fans Finally Cut Tony Romo Some Slack?

    On Sunday afternoon and for the rest of the week, Dallas Cowboys fans will all take a big piece of humble pie. All the Tony Romo bashing—Romo choking, Romo sucks, Romo is another Danny White—is out the window...

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  2. Tom Brady Air Raids the Miami Dolphins for 500 Yards and 4 TDs, Holy Cow!

    As a kid growing up a fan of Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers , no one can forget the Monday Night Classic between the 49ers and the then Los Angeles Rams back in 1989...

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  3. 2011 NFL Predictions: Peyton Manning Injury Shakes Up NFL Season

    With the news that the NFL 's iron man, Peyton Manning , is expected to be out for two to three months (or possibly the entire 2011 season), most football writers' predictions are now as worthless as the ink with which they are printed...

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  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: For Rookie QB Blaine Gabbert, the Future Is Now

    Blaine Gabbert, taken 10th overall in the 2011 NFL Draft, wasn't expected to take any snaps during the early part of the upcoming season...

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  5. San Francisco 49ers: Are Alex Smith's Preseason Woes Reason for Concern?

    Entering the third game of the preseason, most football teams are polishing up the little things before the start of the season...

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  6. Washington Redskins: Politics, Religion, and the Great QB Debate of 2011

    Washington may be the heart of the federal government, but as we speak, there is a great debate going on in the nation's capital, and it has nothing to do with politics or religion...

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  7. Arizona Diamondbacks Could Be This Year's San Francisco Giants

    The Arizona Diamondbacks were not supposed to be very good this year, let alone contending for the National League West Division title. Already, they have more wins this season (69) through 122 games than they did all last season (65)...

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  8. San Francisco 49ers' Alex Smith Still Standing After Preseason Beating

    Apparently, the New Orleans Saints didn't get the message that Friday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers was just a preseason game...

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  9. Bryce Harper: Loved or Hated, Perception Is Reality for Washington Phenom

    Just two year ago, at the ripe age of 16, Bryce Harper graced the cover of Sports Illustrated. His legend grew from two mammoth home runs that could only be described by Barney Stinson ...

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  10. San Francisco 49ers Land Braylon Edwards, Donte Whitner and More

    Earlier this week, ESPN ranked the 49ers as one of six NFL squads to have completely missed the boat during the NFL free agency period, having not made a significant free-agent signing while the rest of the NFC West rebuilt and reloaded...

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  11. Arizona Diamondbacks Call Up Heavy-Hitting Prospect Paul Goldschmit

    Picture this: you're 23-years old and have just got the phone call so many minor league prospects long to hear—"You're going to the show," the caller says on the other line...

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  12. Houston Astros: Were Trade Deadline Pickups Brilliant or Foolish?

    The Houston Astros are already the worst team in Major League Baseball, yet they were the most desirable single team to trade with during the 2011 trade deadline season, and their ...

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  13. MLB Trade Deadline: Houston Astros Set Top Teams on Collision Course for Pennant

    The Houston Astros are already the worst team in Major League Baseball, yet, they were the most desirable single team to trade with during the 2011 trade deadline and their moves ...

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  14. Astros' Hunter Pence Pulled in 5th Inning, Traded to Philadelphia Phillies

    If the 2011 Major League Baseball trade deadline has taught us anything, it's that things happen quickly...

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  15. Carlos Beltran, Solid Pitching Make San Francisco Giants Favorite To Repeat

    In a span of just 48 hours, the San Francisco Giants have gone from an afterthought to heavy favorites to not only recapture the National League pennant, but also to repeat as World Series champs...

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  16. Nnamdi Asomugha: San Francisco 49ers Clear Cap Room, Cut Nate Clements

    Four years ago, cornerback Nate Clements , who went by the nickname "Lock Down," became the highest paid defensive player in NFL history after signing an eight-year $80 million contract of which $22 million was guaranteed...

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  17. Atlanta Braves: With Carlos Beltran Gone to Giants, What Moves Could Braves Make

    Now that the Carlos Beltran saga is over, the real fun begins. For the Atlanta Braves , necessity may be a more appropriate word...

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  18. NFL Trade Rumors: Donovan McNabb Dealt to the Vikings for 6th-Round Pick

    Just two years ago, Donovan McNabb was the face of the franchise for the Philadelphia Eagles . McNabb led the Eagles to five NFC championship games and one Super Bowl appearance...

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  19. NFL Great Joe Montana Makes Rounds, Shakes Up Major League Baseball

    To some, he's known simply as the greatest quarterback to ever play the game of football. To others, he's known as "Joe Cool...

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  20. Pittsburgh Pirates: From Worst to First in the NL Central

    In a division loaded with offensive firepower and the National League's Most Valuable Player each of the last three seasons, the Pittsburgh Pirates were expected to be nothing more than a blip on the radar for the 2011 baseball season...

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  21. Atlanta Braves: Cy Young Candidate Jair Jurrjens Eyes Win No. 13

    Here's a quick trivia question: which pitcher leads the National League in both wins and earned run average? If you guessed any of the Philadelphia Phillies' ace pitchers including ...

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  22. Boston Red Sox: Hits Just Keep Coming as Lester Heads to the DL

    The 2010 Boston Red Sox may have been the most injured team in the history of Major League Baseball. The Red Sox lost just about every single opening day starter, including three of their starting pitchers...

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  23. Boston Red Sox: John Lackey Struggles Against Toronto, Time to Reevaluate

    In his last five seasons with the Los Angeles Angels , pitcher John Lackey was consistently solid; 69 wins, 40 losses and a combined ERA of 3...

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  24. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: Boston Red Sox Pitcher Jon Lester Snubbed

    Prior to the start of the 2011 Major League Baseball season, the Boston Red Sox named Jon Lester as their Opening Day starter. The 6'4", 240-pound, hard-throwing left-hander was considered to be the ace of the Red Sox staff...

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  25. Boston Red Sox: Lack of Back End Pitching Is Hurting the Team

    There's an old saying in sports: offense wins games, defense wins championships. In baseball, pitching wins titles, and for the Boston Red Sox , their pitching has come under the microscope in recent weeks due to a lack of depth and injuries...

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