1. MLB: Pitcher vs. Hitter Matchups We Can't Wait to Watch in the Divisional Round

    One of the beauties of postseason baseball is getting to watch an elite hitter face an elite pitcher when the games matter the most. Obviously, the games in October are the crucible that forges legends...

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  2. Minnesota Twins: Why the Twins Find Themsleves at a Crossroads

    The hardest decision a general manager in the MLB can make is whether to blow up a team or to try and fix what's there in hopes for a championship run. Every Major League Baseball franchise finds themselves at this crossroads at some point...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 1,004 reads 5 comments

  3. WWE Hell in a Cell: Why the Hell in a Cell Match Has Lost Its Edge

    The Hell in a Cell match is one of the most intense matches ever introduced to World Wrestling Entertainment...

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  4. Minnesota Vikings: Are the Vikings Playoff Contenders or Overachievers in 2012?

    The Minnesota Vikings' season has not gone the way that their fans expected it to go. When this sentence is uttered, it usually means that a roster loaded with talent has found ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 8,291 reads 60 comments

  5. MLB Free Agency: Why Zack Greinke Will Return to the Milwaukee Brewers

    Coming into the 2012 season, one of the biggest questions for the Milwaukee Brewers was whether Zack Greinke would be a member of the team in 2013...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 180 reads 10 comments

  6. Green Bay Packers: Why They Have Themselves to Blame for Week 3 Loss

    The past couple of days have been interesting if you've followed the Green Bay Packers . Victims of a blown call on the last play of the game on Monday Night Football , the Packers ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 813 reads 23 comments

  7. NFL Referee Lockout: Why the Regular Officials Are Getting Too Much Love

    By now, you've heard that the replacement referees made the wrong call at the end of the Seattle Seahawks' 14-7 win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 2,904 reads 19 comments

  8. MLB Postseason: Why 2012's MLB Wild Card Chase Will Be the Best Ever

    Baseball purists had to have thrown up in the nearest garbage can last March when Major League Baseball announced that it would be adding a team as a second wild card for both the American and National Leagues...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 2,628 reads 2 comments

  9. Christian Ponder: Why the Jury Should Still Be out on Minnesota Vikings QB

    To be a young quarterback without a proven track record is an extremely difficult proposition in the National Football League...

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  10. MLB Free Agency: Why Twins Need Pitching More Than Hitting in Offseason

    This winter could stand to be one of the most important in Minnesota Twins history as they try to pick up the pieces from back-to-back disastrous seasons...

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  11. Minnesota Vikings: Why the Cover Two Must Be Thrown in the Garbage

    The ending to the Minnesota Vikings ' 23-20 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday looked all too familiar to Vikings fans...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 4,585 reads 46 comments

  12. NHL Lockout: Why Gary Bettman Should Be Relieved of His Duties

    The NHL officially locked out their players at midnight on September 15. The lockout is the second one this decade after the previous lockout wiped out the entire 2004-05 season, ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 3,781 reads 3 comments

  13. Minnesota Twins: Notes About the Team's 2013 MLB Schedule

    Major League Baseball released its season schedule on Wednesday, and that means that the Minnesota Twins ' schedule for 2013 has also been released. There are many things that will be new in 2013 compared to past years...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 854 reads 1 comments

  14. 10 Reasons the Minnesota Twins Will Not Be the Bottom of the AL Central in 2013

    The past two seasons for the Minnesota Twins have been dreadful. The team looks like they will finish toward the bottom of the American League Central for the second consecutive ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 1,014 reads 4 comments

  15. Minnesota Vikings: Comeback Win over Jaguars Could Provide a Spark

    The Minnesota Vikings opened the 2012 season Sunday afternoon with a 26-23 overtime victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 2,245 reads 6 comments

  16. NFL Preview 2012: 10 Questions for the Minnesota Vikings

    When you go 3-13 in the National Football League, there usually is nowhere to go but up. This is where the Minnesota Vikings stand after 2011 where they tied a franchise-low with ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 1,703 reads 5 comments

  17. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the NFC North

    The NFC North has to be in the conversation when you're talking about the toughest division in football. The argument could be made that there were three playoff-caliber teams in ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 610 reads 0 comments

  18. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the AFC North

    Ever since Jim Harbaugh took over the Baltimore Ravens prior to the 2008 season, competition within the AFC North has mainly been between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers (with the Cincinnati Bengals making a cameo in 2010)...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 162 reads 0 comments

  19. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the NFC South

    The NFC South got a monkey wrench thrown into it once the New Orleans Saints' bounty scheme was made public by the National Football League...

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  20. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the AFC South

    The AFC South had long been dominated by Peyton Manning and company since his arrival in 1998. Last year, that reign ended when Manning sat out the season with spinal fusion surgery and now a new dynasty can begin in the division...

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  21. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the AFC East

    The AFC East has been owned by the New England Patriots throughout the past decade. Since 2001, the Patriots have not finished with a share of the best record in the division...

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  22. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the NFC East

    "To be the man, you gotta beat the man! Whooo!" — "Nature Boy" Ric Flair Usually professional wrestling quotes are shunned when it comes to talking about sports, but in the NFC East it might as well be the truth...

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  23. Minnesota Twins: Grading Terry Ryan's Job as Twins General Manager

    Back in November, the Minnesota Twins made a bold move to fire general manager Bill Smith. Of course, the question that should be asked with any kind of change in baseball should ...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 1,565 reads 4 comments

  24. Fantasy Football: Why Randy Moss Is Worth the Late-Round Draft Pick

    It's late in your fantasy draft and you're looking down your cheat sheet. At this point in the draft, it's all about selecting upside and you're a little weak at wide receiver...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 7,026 reads 3 comments

  25. NFL Preview 2012: Predicting the NFC West

    For a long time, the NFC West has been considered the weakest division in football. Just two seasons ago, the Seattle Seahawks limped into the playoffs with a 7-9 record which made it the first sub-...

    Chris Schad Written by Chris Schad about 2 years ago 14,973 reads 238 comments