1. Denver vs Cincinnati: Has The Kyle Orton Experiment Already Paid Off?

    Week one of the NFL is a precarious week. After seven months without NFL games, yet plenty of speculation, fans and media readily derive and predicate the veracity of their preseason predictions from week one of the NFL...

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  2. Fear and Loathing After 9/11: In Dark Times, People Turn to Sports

    (This story is intended to be an inspirational tale) Has it been eight years already? I realize that many of my articles have a tendency to be a form of gonzo history, in which I insert myself into the bigger picture of history...

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  3. Rodney Harrison Suggests That Richard Seymour Should Commit Suicide

    I was watching The Dan Patrick Show today. Patrick would interview former Patriot Rodney Harrison, whom had retired after this season. During the conversation, the topic of the Richard Seymour trade came up...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,517 reads 27 comments

  4. Will Shawne Merriman Be Suspended For Assaulting Tila Tequila?

    Here is a very interesting story for those who follow my articles. Even I can show objectivity for an enemy. As you would know, I have written articles on why I believed that NFL suspensions ...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,253 reads 13 comments

  5. Why Michael Crabtree Should Hold Out Until 2010

    Michael Crabtree's holdout continues. My question, of course, is this: Why not? Why should Crabtree be expected to take an offer that would lowball him? We know that Crabtree will be a star, and everyone thinks so, including Crabtree...

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  6. Why Jay Mariotti Is Responsible For the Steroids Era

    I have come to a point of inner-peace.  I have realized that my ultra-criticism of everyone in the sports world was unnecessary...

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  7. Why Terrell Davis Belongs in the Hall of Fame (By a Raider Fan)

    I note "by a Raider fan" because, in this argument, I will be speaking against my interests. Raider fans and Bronco fans are mortal enemies, and if the Raiders went 1-15, yet won in Denver, I would be happy...

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  8. 17 Seconds To Fame: A Proposal Of Nicknames For Oakland Raiders

    We have all heard that no one can give themselves a nickname. I happen to believe the same thing about styles in comedy. A comedian just has to have the confidence to say what he or she believes and let the trained viewers define it...

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  9. What the Richard Seymour Acquisition Says About the Raiders' AFC West Rivals

    When I saw the news that the Raiders had acquired defensive lineman Richard Seymour from the Patriots, I was slightly befuddled. Unlike some writers, however, I can see this clearly...

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  10. Attention Oakland Raiders: Valuable Players on Waiver Wire

    After looking over the waiver wire, I noticed a few intriguing names at positions that the Raiders could use help at, or a chance to save money...

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  11. With Blackouts Looming, Should the Raiders Return to Los Angeles?

    Here is something that I have pondered. In this economic climate, and now with the prospect of an uncapped NFL season in 2010, I must wonder about the fates of "small market" teams...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,071 reads 27 comments

  12. Conspiracy Theory 101: Did Patriots Release Kevin O'Connell as Gift to Broncos?

    On Aug. 30, the New England Patriots released former third-round pick, Kevin O'Connell, who played quarterback at San Diego State...

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  13. What, What? Seahawks Release TJ Duckett After Signing Edgerrin James

    The Seattle Seahawks announced the release of TJ Duckett after they signed former Indianapolis Colts star Edgerrin James...

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  14. Not Only Is Jay Cutler a Crybaby and Diva, He's Probably a Liar

    On Josh McDaniels: "Just the brief amount of time I was able to spend with him, he's impressive. He knows a lot about offenses, he knows a lot about getting guys open and scoring points, as ...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,531 reads 133 comments

  15. Are the San Diego Chargers a "Lock" to Win the AFC West in 2009?

    In my daily readings of Sportsline.com, to see what type of "wisdom" is coming from the mass sports media, I happened upon the Raiders Camp Review by Clark Judge. Before I start, I must say that Judge did a halfway fair job...

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  16. Why We Should Apologize To Michael Vick

    You read that right. I have concluded that it is in fact the time to apologize to Michael Vick. I have had an epiphany that the outrage against Vick is in fact, just a reflection on the paradoxical hypocrisy of white hubris...

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  17. Dirty Words You Can't Say in a Blog, And Why You Should Know Your Audience

    Here is thought that has started to trouble me. Keep in mind that just because a thought crosses my mind, and that sometimes I intentionally develop a thought to see where it would ...

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  18. Is the Brady Rule Racist or Just Affirmative Action for White Guys?

    Recently, I struck up a debate on whether the NFL is racist programming. Yes, ESPN has allowed the NFL to promote racist systems...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,579 reads 9 comments

  19. Have I Libeled You? An Honest Request For Constructive Criticism

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  20. Scott Podsednik Has Hit Four Home-Runs So Far: Is He On Steroids? (Satire)

    --I must reiterate and reemphasize that this article is only for the purpose of humor. It is meant to lampoon the issue of steroids and qualitative perceptions on when to wonder whether someone is juicing...

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  21. Will Michael Crabtree's Holdout Vindicate Al Davis?

    This was the first thought that I had when I heard about Michael Crabtee's holdout. Thank you, Al Davis, for the selection of Darrius Heyward-Bey. Seriously. After the NFL Draft, I had as many doubts about Heyward-Bey as most Raider fans...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,961 reads 41 comments

  22. They Are Who We Thought They Were: Sex Sells in Case of Erin Andrews

    In the past few weeks since the controversial video of Erin Andrews that was obtained through illegal means, there has been plenty of rancor from both sides of the issue...

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  23. You Talkin' To Me? Is Blogging Heroic or Villainous?

    "You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the hell else are you talkin' to? You talkin' to me? Well I'm the only one here...

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  24. Remember the Titans: The Cases of Pacman Jones and Ben Roethlisberger

    Call me campy or sentimental or whatever you need to say in order to denigrate what I have to say, with generalizations about why you think you're strong-minded and I'm weak minded. Because if you do, I don't care what you think...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 1,132 reads 5 comments

  25. A Link to the Past: The 'Roids of Wrath and the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989

    The year was 1989. The dawn of a new decade was before the world, another chance for human growth in the world that could be exemplified by the great athletes of the time...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about almost 5 years ago 132 reads 7 comments