1. Greatest North American Franchises Ever

    Some teams are synonymous with winning. They are the leaders, the champions and the model teams—the teams others imitate and attempt to duplicate...

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  2. America's Most Championship-Hungry Cities

    Every big city is famous for something. Some are famous for food, others for native celebrities and others for their history. There are others that are known for the success, or failure, of their professional sports teams...

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  3. NFL: Cursed Franchises

    Some teams in professional sports seem to be cursed. Whether you believe in curses or not, you can't deny that some teams are either always bad, or just keep making disastrous moves...

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  4. Top Super Bowl Contenders for 2012

    The storm is about to start. The NFL 's free agency signing period starts Tuesday, March 13. Every team will attempt to sign "the" player who will put them over the top...

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  5. Miami Dolphins: Peyton Manning and Other Quarterback Options

    The Miami Dolphins are at a critical crossroads in their history. A team that spent nearly three decades as a model of stability, has spent the last decade searching for answers...

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  6. NFL Predictions: Projected 2012 Starters for Quarterback-Needy Teams

    Every NFL offseason there are a few teams with an unsettled quarterback situation. Those teams that fail to properly address the problem put themselves further behind the rest of the league...

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  7. How Robert Griffin III Compares to Other Big 12 Quarterbacks

    If everything goes as everybody thinks it will, Andrew Luck will be chosen by the Colts with the top pick in April's NFL draft. This will leave teams trying to trade with the St...

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  8. Robert Griffin III: Should the Cleveland Browns or Other Buyers Beware?

    Unless everybody on the planet is wrong, the Indianapolis Colts will select Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck with the first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft...

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  9. NFL Free Agency: A Lesson from the Indianapolis Colts

    The biggest story of the past NFL season was not the Packers ' attempt at a 16-0 regular season, nor was it the Giants ' improbable Super Bowl run. It was instead about a man who didn't play a single down in 2011— Peyton Manning ...

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  10. The Current State of Sunshine State Football: College Edition

    Times weren't as good for Florida's NCAA FBS Division teams in 2011. Teams from the Sunshine State won 10 National or BCS Championships between 1983 and 2008. Now those years seem so long ago...

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  11. The Current State of Sunshine State Football: NFL Edition

    Times have gotten tough for the NFL teams that call the Sunshine State home. Where once men such as Shula, Dungy and Coughlin—winners of five Super Bowls collectively—roamed the sidelines; now it's Philbin, Schiano and Mularkey...

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  12. Matt Flynn: Is the Packers' Backup the Miami Dolphins' Future?

    The Miami Dolphins are one of a handful of NFL teams with questions at quarterback. After starting the 2011 season 0-7, the Dolphins looked to be on pace for one of the top two picks in the 2012 NFL Draft...

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  13. Tom Brady: Despite Super Bowl Loss, His Legacy Stands

    Since losing a second Super Bowl in five seasons, there have been a lot of questions regarding the legacy of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady . Many question whether his legacy has been tarnished...

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  14. NFL 2011 Season: What Difference Did the Lockout Make?

    The 2011 NFL season is now in the books. It was another great season—but there was a chance at one time that it might have been canceled. One year ago, the league was facing a lockout...

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  15. Super Bowl XLVI: Was New York Giants-New England Patriots Rematch Best Ever?

    For the third time in five seasons, we have seen the winning touchdown scored in the final minute of the Super Bowl...

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  16. Super Bowl XLVI: Notes and Facts About the Giants, Patriots and the Super Bowl

    The Giants and the Patriots are playing in the 46th edition of the Super Bowl. The winner will claim a fourth Super Bowl title, equaling the Packers. They will still trail Pittsburgh (6), San Francisco (5) and Dallas (5)...

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  17. The Most Surprising Super Bowl Winners Ever

    It is not surprising to anyone that the New England Patriots are once again in the Super Bowl . The Giants weren't expected to be in the Super Bowl, but it will not be a surprise if they win...

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  18. NFL 2012: Potential Playoff Teams for Next Season

    Every year there are new teams in the NFL playoffs who weren't in the year before. The reasons for this are many. Teams get better because of experienced players, teams decline when players leave or get old...

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  19. The Best Super Bowls Ever

    There have been 45 previous Super Bowls. Among them, there have been several blow-outs, and others that were forgettable to all but the most diehard fans. Then, there were the classics...

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  20. NFL Playoffs: San Francisco 49ers Take a Familiar Path to Success

    Following a 2-14 season in 1978, the San Francisco 49ers hired Stanford head coach Bill Walsh to be their head coach. They were at a low point in the history of the franchise...

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  21. AFC Championship Game: New England Patriots Focused on Super Bowl Title

    If you follow the NFL , you are most likely well aware of the New England Patriots' playoff struggles in recent years...

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  22. NFL Divisional Playoff Weekend: Does Defense Still Win Championships?

    When you look at the offensive statistics and the quarterbacking performances of the Saints, Packers and Patriots, it appears that defense is irrelevant. To give further credit to that thought, consider that both No...

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  23. NFL Playoff Picture: Patriots and Packers Hope to Avoid Recent Playoff Trend

    The New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers are the No. 1 seeds in the NFL playoffs. This gave them a first-round bye last week and the coveted home-field advantage throughout the playoffs...

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  24. NFL 2011: Biggest Surprises This Season

    Every year there are a few teams that aren't expected to do very well. It is usually because a team competes in a tough division, or they don't have great players, or the coaching is poor...

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  25. NFL 2011: Biggest Disappointments This Season

    Every NFL season there are teams expected to do good, but don't. Their expectations may be based on past performances, or how they finished the previous season...

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