1. LSU Beats Arkansas: Who Will They Face in the BCS Championship?

    No. 1 LSU smashed the No. 3 Arkansas Razorbacks today 41-17, securing their title as the best team in the nation. The team still needs to beat No...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about almost 3 years ago 167 reads 1 comments

  2. Jonathan Papelbon: The Most Overrated MLB Player?

    Jonathan Papelbon reached his 200th career save on Tuesday night as the Sox defeated the Yankees in the Bronx on their way to a sweep. He became the fastest player to reach this milestone...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 3 years ago 1,210 reads 17 comments

  3. The NBA's Top 30 Point Guards

    Is it too early to call this year the year of the point guard? Maybe so, but either way, the amount of point guards that are leading teams is amazing...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 3 years ago 6,303 reads 109 comments

  4. Orlando Magic Make Key Trades: Did They Save Their Playoff Hopes?

    Since trading with both the Washington Wizards and Phoenix Suns, the Orlando Magic have gone undefeated against two teams that had both won more than 10 games in a row, the Boston Celtics and San Antonio Spurs...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 3 years ago 45 reads 7 comments

  5. Boston Celtics Lose Finals, Is Paul Pierce Still a Possible Hall of Famer?

    In 1998, Paul Pierce was drafted into the Boston Celtics organization from his home in southern California, making his new team silence his love for the Los Angeles Lakers...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 4 years ago 5,360 reads 18 comments

  6. MLB 2010 Predictions

    In a year that many predict will go pretty smoothly and much like last year, I have predicted a few changes in the so-called system...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 1,676 reads 2 comments

  7. Five MLB Teams To Watch For in 2010

    Lets face it, no one ever gets the predictions for the season anywhere close to perfect. Every year new players blossom and new teams show up and act ready for the big show...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 713 reads 6 comments

  8. Top 5 Fantasy Players To Ignore In MLB Drafts

    Players are always listed too high for the amount of use they will get, whether you realize it or not. Sometimes a player jumps up the list even though they had a serious injury during the season...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 459 reads 2 comments

  9. Seattle's David Aardsma will Be the Best Closer of 2010

    David Aardsma of the Seattle Mariners will be this year's best closer. Seattle rebuilt itself this year by adding a defensive crew capitalized by Chone Figgins, and added Cliff Lee to make a solid one-two punch in its rotation...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 896 reads 9 comments

  10. Top Five Fantasy Baseball Players You Can Steal Late in Drafts

    Once the obvious first two rounds are drafted, the GM of your tiny team must begin to look deeper into your own knowledge of the sport. Players begin to be less of stars and more of knowledge...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 3,384 reads 4 comments

  11. Future of Baseball Knowledge: The Success of New Statistics on MLB Teams

    The average baseball fan looks for success in their favorite team by simple facts. People want their stars to be home run hitters who hit 40 every season. They believe their relievers to be these fabulous athletes who can get 40 saves as well...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about over 4 years ago 378 reads 6 comments

  12. NFL Game of the Week: New England Patriots Vs. Buffalo Bills

    Buffalo, the silent town that was once hardworking, is now becoming slowly rundown as the citizens leave for a nicer area. Little is still left to the city, for many, all they think about, when it comes to sports, is the Buffalo Sabres...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about almost 5 years ago 846 reads 2 comments

  13. Five MLB Teams That Will Break Down Before October

    As the season wears on the amount of contenders has kept itself to be a large pool, with many teams still hanging on...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 451 reads 13 comments

  14. How the Stupidity of the B/R Fan System Ruins the Integrity of Its Writers

    It has become a disgrace to the system of how writers are respected, as the word "fan" on Bleacher Report has become almost useless...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 313 reads 69 comments

  15. Joe Mauer: A Future Red Sox Player?

    Joe Mauer will be a huge free agent after the 2010 season, and anyone who can grab a catcher with great game-calling tactics and a great hitting tactic would be one very lucky team...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 820 reads 9 comments

  16. Oakland-Boston: Big Papi Comes Up Big, Sox Win 5-4

    Tim Wakefield, can you believe it? The 42 year old who recently got his All-Star bid came into the game at 10-3, trying to become the first 11 game winner in the American league. And boy, did he ever want it...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 67 reads 1 comments

  17. Oakland-Boston: Josh Beckett Earns 10th Win as Sox Beat A's 5-2

    Josh Beckett has had quite a time lately—he's pitched every game perfectly, other than the Phillies game. He was then named the Player of the Month here on NES 24/7. He faced Dana Eveland, a kid who couldn’t be in a tougher situation...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 69 reads 0 comments

  18. Hey Nomar: Welcome Home

    Nomar Garciaparra. That name on itself almost makes me feel emotional. When Nomar left Boston at the trade deadline in 2004, the emotions in Boston were confused. For the first time, the Sox fans felt as if we were betrayed...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 89 reads 2 comments

  19. Red Sox Have 7th Inning Comeback Against Mariners, Win 8-4

    Imagine how good this must feel. For two straight games the Seattle Mariners have had comebacks against the Red Sox, both hurt saying how the Yankees were doing so well. Then, you get payback...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  20. Red Sox-Mariners: Boston Lose to Mariners in Ninth, 3-2

    Coming into this game, the Boston Red Sox must have been sweating by the gallon. The New York Yankees were becoming very close to capturing the AL East lead, and very fast...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 96 reads 0 comments

  21. The AL East: Fighting Off the Sharks

    In the wild, the strongest animals seem to live. A lion does well on its own, having few predators on its tail. The same with tigers in the jungle, and especially a shark in the ocean as it rules its territory...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 123 reads 28 comments

  22. Red Sox Win In Extras: Now That's a Comeback

    Revenge is a funny word. In most occasions, it's speaking of a rivalry or hate that you have had for years. For instance, 2004 was revenge for the years the Yankees had beaten them...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 85 reads 6 comments

  23. Red Sox-Orioles: It Doesn't Get Any Harder Than This for a Sox Fan

    A loss like this hurts so badly, my words can't describe it. All the ideas of what happened just plain hurt—and what a lead we had... John Smoltz started, trying to get his first win as a Bostonian after a tough debut...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 85 reads 2 comments

  24. Lester Dominates Mound; Sox Win 4-0

    The road trip that some would say could be the key to holding on to the AL East lead until the All Star Break has been a success thus far. The team has gone 2-1 versus both teams, and 4-2 overall...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 58 reads 4 comments

  25. Red Sox-Braves: Boston Loses 2-1 to Atlanta

    Brad Penny came into this game hoping for a good start. Through the season so far, he has done well, but the numbers have not yet been anything extraordinary...

    Thomas H. Written by Thomas H. about 5 years ago 93 reads 2 comments