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I'm a big baseball and football fan who recently discovered that writing can be therapeutic. I moved around quite a bit as a kid, so my sporting allegiances spread from the East Coast to the Midwest. My baseball team (Kansas City Royals) hasn't come close to the playoffs in my entire adult life. And as a Philadelphia Eagles fan, well let's just say their ability to come up just short has been well documented. Needless to say, being a fan of these teams can be discouraging at times. Bleacher Report has put me in touch with a new support network where I can commiserate with people going through the same sort of thing. In all seriousness, it’s just a fun way to express opinions and show your team some love.
This my WR rankings for 2010 draft
Hey idiot, write any new Philly stories since http://bleacherreport.com/articles/99506-philly-pride-why-its-great-to-be-an-eagles-fan-this-week/show_full
I've always been fascinated by quarterbacks. I've ranked the ten greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, as well as the ten greatest individual seasons by a quarterback in NFL history. This is a new one....
Here I have compiled a list of the ten most successful signal callers during the most important time of the year--in the postseason.
I'm not exactly what you would call a fan of the New York Giants. However you can't help but feel anything but incredible respect for former linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
This is a tribute to the greatest defensive player to ever play the game.
Check it out if you get a chance! Thanks!
In a sport where guys start to show their age in their early to mid 30s, the Phillies' Jamie Moyer is a physical freak of nature. In a good way.
In a perfect world, players like Brian Dawkins and Marvin Harrison would retire with the teams for which they had spent their whole career.
Not so in the NFL...
Some of the best players in NFL history have been completely forgotten simply because they played football two or three generations ago. Unlike baseball, football is all about the present day. Fans are raised to believe that the greatest players are all from their time period, so it's puzzling to me when I hear Jerry Rice unanimously declared the greatest wide receiver in history...because....well, he wasn't.
This past weekend, the Eagles signed Leonard Weaver to a one-year deal to be the team's starting fullback. No more converted defensive tackles - we finally have a reliable fullback with experience!
A week ago, I wrote an article about the greatest quarterback seasons in NFL history. Now I'm on to the second part of my NFL top 10 lists: the running backs.
As an avid stats freak, I constantly pore over baseball and football statistics. Here are 10 NFL statistics that I think should be in use and available to us as the general public.