1. Rockets' Draft Picks at a Glance

    Before the 2009 NBA Draft, the mood surrounding the Rockets' organization was solemn. Afterwards, it is nothing short of exciting. The Rockets traded for three second round draft picks, giving up no players in the process...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 272 reads 1 comments

  2. The Rockets' Agenda: Get to Work

    I recently wrote an article about the Houston Rockets and its need to basically do nothing this offseason. With the news breaking about Yao Ming possibly missing a season or more, it made my article meaningless...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 421 reads 6 comments

  3. The Yao Ming Experiment Is Officially Over in Houston

    Yahoo! Sports broke news today that the Rockets are saying franchise player Yao Ming could miss the entire 2009-2010 season, and maybe more...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 1,126 reads 13 comments

  4. Mariano Rivera Reaches Milestone [HUMOR]

    On ESPN's Sunday night baseball, Mariano Rivera proved why he is a legend. Rivera was called upon at a crucial juncture of the game, and he delivered, like he has done only once in his career...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 292 reads 2 comments

  5. Rockets Get Three Players in Second Round

    The Rockets went into the 2009 NBA draft with no selections, although they do have holes to fill. The immediate issue would be finding a back up center for Yao to take away some of his minutes...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 381 reads 1 comments

  6. Memo to The Rockets' Front Office: Do Nothing

    When I hear some of the trade rumors supposedly circling around the NBA, it makes me sick to my stomach. While I would not be reluctant to the idea of trading Tracy McGrady away for some legitimate ...

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  7. Recasting The Hangover

    With the movie sensation"The Hangover" sweeping the box office, I felt compelled to make a comparison of the characters to players on my team: the New York Giants...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 1,165 reads 1 comments

  8. The Way-Too-Early NFL Predictions

    Just so you know, I don't believe in predicting my favorite team to win the Super Bowl. The Eli picture is just a reminder that my favorite team is the Giants, and I expect big things from them this year...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 632 reads 26 comments

  9. The Caped Crusader: A Giant Hero Lerking In The Shadows

    Picture this: Eli Manning hikes the ball and hits a streaking wide receiver down the field who has blown by every defender in sight. Reporters say "who was that? Smith? Hixon? Nicks?" No...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 372 reads 5 comments

  10. Houston Rockets Offseason Analysis: No More Next Year

    The 2008-2009 season ended in bitter, helpless defeat. Once again the Rockets were forced to play a significant number of playoff games without perennial superstar Yao Ming, only this time it ...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 643 reads 11 comments

  11. New York Giants Position Breakdown

    With training camp looming, it's time to evaluate the Giants in terms of each position. I have measured each group by four main qualities; talent, depth, experience, and - especially in terms of the offensive and defensive lines - unity...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 661 reads 0 comments

  12. Hot or Not: Fantasy Football Edition

    Fantasy Football is opening on a Web site near you, and the following are players who should be on your radar as well as those who do not deserve the hype...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 155 reads 1 comments

  13. New York Giants: Strength in Numbers

    With training camp drawing ever closer, I felt the need to examine the individuals who will be fighting and clawing for playing time come September. While it makes it hard on the coaches, solid depth at every position is a very good problem to have...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 241 reads 0 comments

  14. Inside the Huddle: New York Giants Edition

    In 2008 the Giants were one of the more prolific offensive teams. They were ranked No. 7 in terms of total yards, No. 1 in rushing attack, and No. 3 in points per game...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 194 reads 2 comments

  15. Was It Fate? Boy Born One Month Before Super Bowl XXI

    As I look back on a life dedicated mostly to sports, I can reflect on my journey that ended with me being the biggest New York Giants' fan I know (it helps I live in Texas)...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 151 reads 0 comments

  16. Survey Says!: 10 Questions for Brandon Jacobs

    Sometimes there are stories you hear about players that make you wonder: "What would I ask him given the opportunity?" Well, if I had a sit-down with Giants tailback Brandon Jacobs, these are 10 questions I would love to ask him...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 118 reads 0 comments

  17. When Baseball Needed a Savior, It Got Albert Pujols

    With the recent breaking news that shed light on yet another MLB star taking a banned substance, I felt the need to try and stay positive and remind people what they are seeing in Albert Pujols...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 447 reads 3 comments

  18. New York Giants: 2009 Expectations

    The Giants have a tough schedule this year, but that is to be expected, as they have to play all the division winners in the NFC from last season as well as the tough AFC South division...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 337 reads 1 comments

  19. Rockets Win Series 4-2: Still Focused on The Task at Hand

    With a smooth 16 point victory Thursday night, the Rockets move on in the playoffs for the first time since 1997. Ron Artest stole the show early, churning in 19 points in the first half...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 253 reads 0 comments

  20. NFL Draft "Experts:" A Job No One Else Wants

    For the past two days I've noticed fans of all teams calling out Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, and any other draft expert for their supposed lack of knowledge. I'm here to set you all straight and to back these guys up...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  21. Al Davis/Raiders Prepare For 2010 Season With 2009 Draft

    With the 2009 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders made several picks that left most analysts at Radio City Music Hall dumbfounded. They began the festivities by reaching for speedy wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey with the seventh overall pick...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 167 reads 16 comments

  22. 2009 NFL Mock Draft: First Round

    I know I said the last mock I did was going to be my last, but picks have changed with Jason Peters going to the Eagles and the Bills getting an extra pick, so here is the final mock draft for the first round...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 4,264 reads 20 comments

  23. Erick(a) Dampier Warns Tony Parker

    Upset about being dismantled in game two, Dallas Mavericks center Erick Dampier—also known as Erica—had this forewarning for Tony Parker: "Every time he drives the lane, we have to ...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 177 reads 2 comments

  24. Detroit Lions Find The Secret To Winning: A New Logo (Humor)

    In the aftermath of the first 0-16 season in the history of the NFL, the Detroit Lions are undergoing an overhaul. First went the coach, the general manager, and several members of the coaching staff that were soon looking for work elsewhere...

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 379 reads 2 comments

  25. NBA Playoff Predictions: First Round

    Well the 2008-2009 NBA season is over, and the playoff matches are set. This year I don't think there will be any upsets, as there usually aren't in the first round. The East top four seeds are so far and away better than the bottom four it's ridiculous.

    Jeff Shull Written by Jeff Shull about 5 years ago 1,511 reads 4 comments