1. Five Non- Football Athletes Who Could Potentially Help The New York Giants In 2009

    Throughout the course of the NFL season, countless fans quarrel over which players would be most beneficial to their team's cause in the upcoming season...

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  2. The New York Giants Need Matt Jones: Here's Why

    In 2008, following the violation of his probation stemming from cocaine possession charges, Matt Jones was suspended and consequently released from the Jacksonville Jaguars...

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  3. Five New York Giants Who Need To Step Up in 2009

    The game of football is far from a static one. Rather than consisting of players and teams that consistently perform in the same manner year after year, those who participate in the NFL demonstrate ...

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  4. Who Will Start At Wide Receiver for the New York Giants in 2009?

    For the first time in years, the New York Giants will be heading into training camp with absolutely no conception as to who their starting wide receivers will be...

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  5. 10 Questions For Zak DeOssie Of The New York Giants

    Zak DeOssie, the long snapper and backup linebacker for the New York Giants, is arguably the most under-appreciated player on the team today...

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  6. Who Will Be The New York Giants' MVP For The 2009 Season?

    While football is undoubtedly a team sport first and foremost, it seems as though every team within the National Football League has one true MVP; namely, that one player who can carry the team ...

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  7. The Five Greatest Disabled Athletes of All Time

    Throughout the history of athletics, there have been a handful of athletes who have overcome overwhelming odds to become absolutely incredible athletes...

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  8. The Biggest Enforcers in Professional Sports

    It may not be an official position in any sport, but we all know who the enforcers are. They are the big guys out there on the field who are there to back up their teammates when things get ugly...

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  9. NBA: The 5 Most Unique Players of All Time

    Earlier today on ESPN, a small debate was brought forth in relation to the basketball players who can be considered amongst the most unique of all time...

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  10. Five Sports That High Schools Need to Add

    If you were asked to describe what you think of in association with high school sports, the chances are you will immediately conjure up images of high school football and friday night lights...

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  11. The Top Special Teamers In The 2009 NFL Draft

    There may be no more under-appreciated aspect of football than special teams. While offense gets all of the glory and defense wins the championships, the special teams unit of an NFL team usually goes largely un-noticed...

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  12. The Professonial Athlete NFL Draft

    Imagine, if you will, a hypothetical scenario in which NFL teams are provided with the opportunity to draft professional athletes from ANY sport to play for their teams...

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  13. The Five Most Intriguing Players in the 2009 NFL Draft

    Yes, we all know by now that Matthew Stafford was the number 1 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. However, as a fan of the game, is he one of the more interesting picks from this year's draft? Not by a long shot...

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  14. 2009 New York Giants Draft Analysis

    The 2009 NFL Draft was undoubtedly one of the more exciting ones in recent memory. The Jets traded up to obtain their franchise quarterback, the Patriot's worked their usual draft- day magic, ...

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  15. The All Pro- Athlete Bobsled Team

    Bobsled racing is arguably one of the most under-appreciated team sports in the world today. While few Americans can name even one professional bobsledder, the athleticism, speed, and intensity ...

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  16. The 2009 New York Yankees Bullpen Analysis

    There may be no more under-rated or under-appreciated aspect of a baseball team than the bullpen. While few relievers get the glory that they deserve, a collective bullpen as a whole can single- handedly lead to a team's success or demise...

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  17. The NBA All-Defensive Starting Five

    There is little doubt that defense in basketball is among the most ambiguous and least understood aspects of any sport in the world...

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  18. The 10 Best Defenders in the NBA

    In the NBA, deciding who the league's top defenders are is often an incredibly difficult task. This is in large part due to the fact that superior defensive play has yet to be definitively understood by any around the NBA as well as by the fans...

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  19. The Drama Queens of Professional Sports

    Drama queens. Every sport has one. In each of America's professional sports leagues, there is that one athlete that any fan would immediately identify as the ultimate stereotype of the prima- ...

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  20. The Mount Rushmore of New York Sports

    This week, the sports analysts of ESPN's Sportscenter have asked fans to help create the "Mount Rushmore" of sports for their state; in other words, sports fans would have to select the four ...

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  21. The Top Five Kickers In the NFL

    In football, the kicker is arguably the least respected, most underappreciated, and yet most pressurized position in all of sports...

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  22. New York Knicks' Midseason Report Card 2009

    Here is my assessment of the 2009 New York Knicks, as they have performed up until this point in the season. Players will be rated not merely on how well they have performed, but rather their ...

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  23. Why Jared Jeffries Should Win Defensive Player of the Year

    At the end of each and every NBA season, the league announces its first and second All-Defensive teams to the general public. These teams consist of the players who are being recognized as the best defenders in the league at their respective positions...

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  24. The Five Greatest Running Backs of All Time: Slideshow Edition

    One of the most controversial topics within the realm of professional football is who should be considered among the greatest players of all time at their respective positions...

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  25. NHL All- Star Voting: WTF???

    In any sport, an All Star game is often times meant to be a collaborative celebration between all of the teams that comprise the given league, as well as their respective fans...

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