1. Indianapolis Colts: Tough Decision Ahead...Manning, Luck or Both?

    For the past decade, the Indianapolis Colts have represented one of the most successful and consistently dominant franchises in the National Football League. No team has been more able to count on success year in year out than the Colts...

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  2. Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview: 10 Questions for the 2011-12 NBA Season

    With the additions of Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups , whom have propelled the Clippers to relevancy, it appears that the team is set up to make a run this season. However, it is going to take time for them to gel into a winner...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Pryce about over 2 years ago 275 reads 1 comments

  3. Los Angeles Clippers: 10 Things We Learned from Their 1st Game

    The L.A. Clippers got their much-anticipated 2011-12 campaign underway on Sunday with a decisive 105-86 win over the Golden State Warriors...

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  4. Chicago Bulls Season Preview: What To Watch for and Expect This NBA Season

    The Chicago Bulls are coming off of a great season last year in which they had a league-high 62 wins and got to the Eastern Conference finals. Expectations are high this season, and the Miami Heat production is a year older now...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Pryce about over 2 years ago 55 reads 1 comments

  5. The NFL's Top 15 Quarterbacks of the 2011 Season

    This season has been dubbed by many as “the year of the quarterback”. There are many reasons as to why 2011 has been so unique with 4 quarterbacks in striking distance ...

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  6. Tim Tebow: Have the Haters Lost Their Turn to Speak?

    I am convinced that Tim Tebow is a special person been blessed with a very unique and remarkable ability to make a difference in any situation he places himself in...

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  7. Ryan Braun 2011 NL MVP: Power Ranking the Last 15 NL MVP Seasons

    This season was a great season with many strong candidates for MVP. Matt Kemp was 15 batting percentage points from winning the Triple Crown and two spots away from a batting crown...

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  8. Ryan Braun 2011 NL MVP: 5 Reasons This Is a Great Decision by Baseball Writers

    This year’s MVP races were not the most memorable or competitive in recent memory. Despite the fact that there were great performances by several players, there was no clear-cut ...

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  9. Chicago Bears: Jerry Angelo's Mismanagement Will Keep Bears out of Super Bowl

    The Bears have just finished an impressive stretch in which they have won five straight games and are playing as well as they have played since their Super Bowl run in 2006...

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  10. Andrew Luck: Does he project better than Cam Newton?

    I do not think most people have acknowledged it, but the 2011 and 2012 draft classes have the potential to produce one of the best quarterbacking crops in consecutive years in recent history...

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  11. Are Philadelphia Eagles or Phillies a Bigger Disappointment for City in 2011?

    This has been a very interesting year for Philadelphia fans. In the same calendar year, after years of disappointment and a championship drought spanning three decades and 25 years, ...

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  12. 2011 World Series: 10 Players Most Likely to Use Their Power to Win Series

    The 2011 World Series has been anything but a disappointment. Baseball’s two hottest teams have found themselves in a legitimate and even fight for this year’s championship...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Pryce about almost 3 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  13. 2011 NLCS: Why the Milwaukee Brewers Will Take Down St. Louis Cardinals

    This year’s NLCS seems to be a bit of a letdown on paper given the fact that the heavily favored Philadelphia Phillies suffered an untimely death to their season...

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  14. MLB Playoff Predictions: X-Factors for ALCS and NLCS

    This year’s baseball playoffs seem to be as unpredictable and difficult to call as any year I can recall...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Pryce about almost 3 years ago 257 reads 0 comments

  15. Roy Halladay vs. Chris Carpenter: Breaking Down Key Game 5 Pitching Matchup

    Bud Selig and Major League Baseball have lucked out big time in the early stages of this year’s playoffs. It appears that the first round of the playoffs, which often seem to end in three or four games, will have THREE Game 5s this week...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Pryce about almost 3 years ago 1,011 reads 1 comments

  16. 10 Reasons Why the Miami Heat will not win ANY Championships

    The Miami Heat since July 2010 has epitomized what could be described as an overanalyzed topic. Everything they have done in the last 14 months has been highly scrutinized to the max...

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  17. 17 Saddest Moments in Cleveland Sports History

    I risk stating the obvious that it is rough being a Cleveland sports fan. Torturous might be a better word to describe the experience, and over the course of time, excluding few breaks along the way in a sport or two, it has not gotten better...

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  18. Jim Tressel: Was He Underappreciated as Head Coach at Ohio State?

    Am I the only Ohio State fan that fully appreciated Jim Tressel while he was still head football coach at OSU? I am sure I am not, but sometimes I wonder...

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  19. Top 5 Black Quarterbacks of All Time

    Today, African-Americans represent the majority of the playing population in the National Football League...

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  20. 10 Reasons the Detroit Tigers Will Win the AL Central

    Going into the second half of the season, the AL Central was wide open. A few weeks in, the Detroit Tigers have rushed to the forefront of the race and separated themselves a bit from the pack, but the division is still wide open...

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  21. Ohio State Football: Why the Buckeyes Will Still Own Michigan in 2011

    Ohio State vs. Michigan marks one of the most storied rivalries in college sports. If you live in the Midwest, or more specifically in Michigan or Ohio, this game is even greater in significance at the end of every year...

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  22. Ohio State Football: The 5 Best Moments in Program History

    The Ohio State University football program is unquestionably one of the most distinguished programs in college football history. They own the highest win percentage in the sport since 1904...

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