1. NFL 2009 Midseason Awards

    Now that we have officially reached the midseason mark of the 2009 NFL season, I will now present my selections for all of the major NFL awards at this point in the NFL season: MVP: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts, QB) His great head coach is gone...

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  2. New York Giants Trivia 2K10: Week 1

    That’s right, football trivia on Bleacher Report. Each and every week of the NFL season, I will publish a 10 question quiz on the New York Giants as well as other extraneous NFL related topics...

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  3. If Lebron Chose A Different Sport, How Would He Fare?

    Regardless of how you feel about his hype and his antics, there is little debate that Lebron James is among the most physically gifted athletes in history...

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  4. If Kickball Was a Pro Sport, Which Athletes Would Play?

    In previous articles, I have opened the discussion into which athletes would participate in the fictional sport of quidditch and the playground favorite sport of dodgeball, should either of the ...

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  5. Breaking News: David Ortiz Tested Positive For Steroids

    That’s right. ESPN has just confirmed that Red Sox designated hitter was among the more than 100 Major League Baseball players to test positive for steroids in 2003...

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  6. If Dodgeball Was a Pro Sport, Which Athletes Would Play?

    Yes, we all know and love the game of dodgeball. For many of us, dodgeball was the game that we grew up on; a game in which only the strong survive and the weak are bound to perish...

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  7. Handing Out the American League Midseason Awards

    After carefully assessing the performances of all worthy candidates through the first half of the Major League Baseball season, here are my choices for each American League Award: ...

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  8. If Quidditch Was A Real Sport, Which Athletes Would Play?

    In honor of the upcoming new Harry Potter movie, I felt that it would only be appropriate to dedicate an article to Quidditch, the ficitional sport that is depicted throughout the popular book and movie series...

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  9. Will Nikoloz Tskitishvili Make An Impact With The New York Knicks?

    Over the past couple of weeks, New York Knicks fans have expressed their excitement over the additions of Jordan Hill, Toney Douglas, and Darko Milicic to the Knickerbockers family...

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  10. Is Brett Gardner Better Than Jacoby Ellsbury?

    Jacoby Ellsbury, the young center fielder for the Boston Red Sox, is regarded around the league as one of the great young players in Major League Baseball today...

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  11. Breaking News: New York Knicks Acquire No. 29 Draft Pick

    It’s official. The New York Knicks have acquired the No. 29 overall pick of the 2009 NBA Draft from the Los Angeles Lakers...

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  12. Final Mock Draft 2009

    1. Los Angeles Clippers: Blake Griffin (PF) The ultra-athletic workhorse out of Oklahoma is sure to go at No. 1. 2. Memphis Grizzlies: Hasheem Thabeet (C) Thabeet would give the Grizzlies a defensive presence at center for the next 10 years...

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  13. 10 Questions For Nate Robinson Of The New York Knicks

    Within the past couple of years, the diminutive Nate Robinson has slowly become a fan favorite amongst the Madison Square Garden faithful...

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  14. Should The New York Giants Trade For Anquan Boldin?

    Ever since the premature ejection of the New York Giants from the NFL playoffs last season, there has been one looming question on the mind of each and every fan of the Big Blue; should the team ...

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  15. Why the New York Knicks Need Marcin Gortat

    Upon asking a typical New York Knicks fan what players the team needs to obtain via free agency, the usual suspects will be mentioned in no time: Dwayne Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about 5 years ago 1,393 reads 2 comments

  16. An Analysis Of The Long Island Lizards' Starting Attack

    With the 2009 Major League Lacrosse season now several weeks deep, the Long Island Lizards have revealed themselves to possess among the most dangerous attacking units in recent memory...

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  17. 10 Tips To Draft the Perfect Madden Franchise

    If you are a fan of the NFL, the chances are that you play Madden. For the remote few of you who may not be familiar with the game, Madden is the popular video game series that carries the namesake of former NFL Head Coach and Announcer, John Madden...

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  18. New York Giants Won't Limit Travis Beckum to Tight End Position

    In the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft, the New York Giants selected Travis Beckum, the 6’3", 243-pound tight end out of Wisconsin...

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  19. Ten Questions For Rashad Barksdale Of The New York Giants

    While most New York Giants fans are familiar with the likes of Aaron Ross and Corey Webster, only the most devout of fans have ventured far enough down the depth chart to pay attention ...

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  20. Are NFL Linemen Too Big for Their Own Good?

    As an athlete for the majority of my life, I have always believed that a key component to the life of an athlete was to work towards an optimal level of health and conditioning so that you are best able to succeed in sport as well as in life...

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  21. Why Pro Wrestling Articles Should Be Banned from Bleacher Report

    Over the past year, Bleacher Report has made tremendous strides in transforming from a mundane blog to a legitimate sports news source that is worthy of acknowledgement by those within the profession in sports journalism...

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  22. New York Giants: What Holes Have Yet To Be Filled?

    Due to the ever-looming salary cap within the contemporary NFL, it is quite rare to find a football team without holes. Despite their great level of success over the past couple of years, the New York Giants certainly are not an exception to this rule...

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  23. New York Giants: Every Fan Has A Story

    There’s no denying that just about every sports fan throughout the globe has at least one team which the call their own...

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  24. The New York Giants' Utilization of the I-Formation

    It can be argued that the contemporary NFL is the most unique professional sports league in the world today.While the strategies utilized for offensive success in sports such as baseball and ...

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  25. An Existentialist Assessment of the New York Giants' Offense

    As a recently- graduated college philosophy minor, I have spent ample amounts of time studying different ways to analyze the world...

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