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I'm not exactly what you would call a fan of the New York Giants. However you can't help but feel anything but incredible respect for former linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
This is a tribute to the greatest defensive player to ever play the game.
Check it out if you get a chance! Thanks!
Mike, I'd like you to check this out:
Last offseason, the O's traded left handed pitcher for Adam Jones, Chris Tillman, George Sherrill and two other prospects. It was a trade gone awry. Some Mariners fans are hopeful Bedard shows up this season. Here is why, even if that happens, it will not matter:
This is a new one for me. It's not an NFL article. It's not an MLB article. It's not even a Top 10 list.
This is the story of one of the most incredible athletes I have ever heard about. I bought his autobiography a week ago and read the entire thing in one sitting. Check this out if you get a chance!
With the Phillies' quest to defend their world championship starting tomorrow night, I was inspired to compose the ultimate top 20 list--my 20 greatest moments as a Philadelphia sports fan.
Some of the best players in NFL history have been completely forgotten simply because they played football two or three generations ago. Unlike baseball, football is all about the present day. Fans are raised to believe that the greatest players are all from their time period, so it's puzzling to me when I hear Jerry Rice unanimously declared the greatest wide receiver in history...because....well, he wasn't.
Let's admit it--the position of quarterback is maybe the most fascinating position in all of sports. It's definitely the most carefully analyzed position. Here is a list of the best of the best...of the best--the 10 greatest seasons by a quarterback in the history of the NFL.
I Swear them homos wanna get down on all Fours and suck Brady CLEAN & DRY. haha
it was hot nukes headline i saw on a humor article. lol i actuallt thought he signed with the dolphins. i thought i saw it on yahoo,, then i thought i dreamed it when i could not find the headline in yahoo sports. my bad dude. really thought t o signed a contract eith miami. it did nt make any sense to me either. lol like i said i got to watch those late night milk and cookies. lol my bad.
In 2004, the Philadelphia Eagles acquired wide receiver Terrell Owens. They went to the Super Bowl. Then things fell apart and T.O. ended up on the Cowboys. With the release of Owens by the Dallas Cowboys, I couldn't help but wonder: Should the Philadelphia Eagles resign T.O.?
I have no idea