1. How the Arizona Cardinals Got It Together in Time To Prove Doubters Wrong

    There is a popular saying in life about how all great things must eventually come to an end. When the Arizona Cardinals and the Philadelphia Eagles were set to square off against each other to ...

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  2. Tampa Bay Firings Make Us Wonder What It Takes To Keep a Job in the NFL

    When Jon Gruden led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl in franchise history during his first season as head coach, he appeared to have a long career ahead of him as the coach they had waited so long for...

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  3. Eagles-Cardinals: History Repeating Itself in a Way None of Us Realize

    There is a popular saying that history tends to repeat itself in all types of different situations. The Yankees and Red Sox always find a way to play each other in the playoffs...

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  4. Tony Dungy: One of the Most Respected Coaches of Our Time

    As I'm sitting in my living room watching a late morning edition of SportsCenter, a breaking news story develops about Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy. He is set to announce his retirement from coaching in the NFL...

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  5. Dear Arizona Cardinals: We Owe You an Apology

    Dear Arizona Cardinals, On behalf of everybody who is not a fan of your franchise, I would like to apologize for any comments that were made regarding your team not deserving to be in the playoffs...

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  6. Phinally Pheeling Great: Could Philly Win It All Twice in One Year?

    October 29, 2008 is a date that will be remembered for Philadelphia sports fans across the nation. After a two day wait because of rain, the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa ...

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  7. Congratulations Pacman Jones, You Are a Waste of Great Talent

    After a disappointing first season with a new team, the Dallas Cowboys announced this week they will release former pro bowl cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones. In nine games with Dallas, Jones was unable to record any interceptions or touchdowns...

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  8. Cleveland Browns Introduce Eric Mangini As New Head Coach

    As kids, we all think of our dream jobs that we wish to have some day—a professional athlete, a police officer, an astronaut. You can be anything in this world, as long as you set your mind to it...

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  9. Super Bowl XLIII: All Eight Teams Showing Signs They Are Destined To Win

    Previous winners of the Super Bowl seem to be teams that get hot at the right time of the season. In 2006, the Pittsburgh Steelers became the first number six seed in NFL history to win the Super Bowl after defeating the Seattle Seahawks 21-10...

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  10. Matt Ryan: The Best Player to Ever Win Offensive Rookie of the Year Honors?

    Atlanta Falcon quarterback Matt Ryan was named the Associated Press 2008 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year on Tuesday. Ryan won by a landslide, as 44 of the 50 nationwide sportswriters that participated voted for him...

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  11. Super Bowl XLIII: 10 Possible Matchups NFL Fans Would Love to See

    Sixteen weeks down, one to go. We are a few days away from the final weekend of the 2008 regular season. After Sunday, we will finally know which teams will be playing for the Lombardi Trophy in January...

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  12. Eagles-Cowboys: Playoffs or No Playoffs, This Game Still Has Meaning

    Before last weekend's game against the Washington Redskins, the Philadelphia Eagles seemed like they would be in the perfect situation to control their own playoff destiny...

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  13. Cincinnati Bengals Look to Finish Disappointing 2008 Season on a Postive Note

    The Cincinnati Bengals are on a two-game winning streak and have a chance to finish the month of December with a winning record when they host the 2-13 Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday...

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  14. Don't Feel Bad, Terrell Owens—Tony Romo Missed My Birthday Party Too!

    Last Monday, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens celebrated his 35th birthday party to raise money for his foundation, Catch A Dream. The event took place at Gaylord Texan’s Glass Cactus Nightclub...

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  15. NFL Playoffs: What if Seedings Were Similar to Studying for Finals in School?

    As I sit here studying for my Sports Economics final for Wednesday (which clearly I am no longer doing since I am now writing this article), a random thought came to mind...

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  16. Why Raul Ibanez is the Perfect Fit for the Philadelphia Phillies

    Last week, the Philadelphia Phillies signed former Seattle Mariners left fielder Raul Ibanez to a three-year deal worth $30 million...

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  17. Professional Athletes and Their Look-Alikes

    David Ortiz & 50 Cent David Ortiz hits home runs for the Red Sox and has claimed two World Series Championships in the last five years. 50 Cent accumulates millions from his hit albums and Vitamin Water...

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  18. 2008 NFL LVP (Least Valuable Player) Awards, Part Two: The Defense

    As we approach Week 15 of the 2008 NFL season, discussions of the MVP award are starting to heat up. Drew Brees is on pace to break Dan Marino's single-season record for most passing yards after throwing for 4,100 yards in his first 13 games...

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  19. 2008 NFL LVP (Least Valuable Player) Awards, Part One: The Offense

    As we approach Week 14 of the 2008 NFL season, discussions of the MVP award are starting to heat up. Drew Brees is on pace to break Dan Marino's single-season record for most passing yards after throwing for 3,870 yards in his first 12 games...

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  20. Cincinnati Bengals' 2008 Grade So Far: D for Disappointment

    Before the start of the 2008 season, the Cincinnati Bengals looked like they were one of the best teams in the league. Carson Palmer: Pro Bowl quarterback. Chad Ocho Cinco & T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Pro Bowl receivers...

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  21. Is DeAngelo Williams the Next Brian Westbrook?

    On Thanksgiving, Brian Westbrook helped rejuvenate an Eagles offense that had been struggling the last couple of weeks in a 48-20 win over the Arizona Cardinals...

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  22. Eagles-Cardinals: Donovan McNabb Comes Through When It Matters Most

    Whether you love him or you hate him, you have to admit that Donovan McNabb came through when it mattered the most. Donovan McNabb has taken more heat over the last two weeks than a Thanksgiving Day turkey in an oven...

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  23. NFL Thanksgiving: 32 Teams to Be Thankful This Holiday Season, Part One

    Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays of the season. It's a great time to get together with the family and eat until your stomach explodes. It's also a great time to watch some great football...

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  24. Bengals Fans: Why This Is the Best Time for You to Visit Paul Brown Stadium

    I am getting the impression that most people reading the headline of this article are going to think I am crazy because of the Bengals' 1-8-1 record...

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  25. Chase Utley Out Until June? No Big Deal

    First thoughts when I heard the news about Chase Utley: thank goodness it’s being done now so he’ll be ready by the start of the 2009 season. Next thing I know, Utley’s injury could keep him out until June...

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