1. Position Battles on Defense Will Be Key to Atlanta Falcons Success in 2009

    The success of the Falcons in 2009 will largely depend on how they piece together their defense. There are spots available for the taking and the competition will be intense in camp. On the defensive front John Abraham is locked in at one defensive end.

    Andrew Tonge Written by Andrew Tonge about over 5 years ago 348 reads 2 comments

  2. Atlanta Falcons 2009: Three Things I Like, Three Things I Don't Like

    Expectations are high for the Falcons and their fans after a season that was thought to be all about rebuilding, but instead netted them a playoff berth...

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  3. National League East Preview: Phillies Will Be Tough To Beat

    As we begin another baseball season, the National League East promises to be one of the most competitive divisions in baseball...

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  4. National League East Preview: Hard to Pick Against Phils

    As we begin another baseball season, the National League East promises to be one of the most competitive divisions in baseball...

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  5. NCAA Basketball: Who's In And Who's Out From the Power Conferences?

    Just like a college grad presenting his resume to get a new job, all of the college basketball teams are presenting their resumes to the selection committee hoping they will be chosen. In the end it will all come down to perception...

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  6. Selection Sunday: Who Is In, And Who Is Out from the Power Conferences?

    Just like a college grad presenting his resume to get a new job, all of the college basketball teams are presenting their resume’ to the selection committee, hoping they will be chosen...

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  7. Alex Rodriguez: Poster Boy for the Steroid's Era Or Scapegoat?

    Steroid use in major league baseball gets more news and attention than anything else these days. It even overshadows what is going on with the teams ,and the preparations they are making for the upcoming season...

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  8. Alex Rodriguez: Poster Boy for the Steroid Era, or Scapegoat?

    More than anything else these days, steroid use in major league baseball gets more news and attention than what is going on with the teams and the preparations they are making for the upcoming season...

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  9. Pittsburgh Steelers Prove Defense Still Wins Championships

    We are now in the part of the football season where teams are re-tooling and making changes to their rosters and coaching staffs in an effort to win a championship...

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  10. Steelers Look to Play Mistake Free, Eagles Aim to Ground Cardinal Air Attack

    The Baltimore Ravens have specialized in forcing their opponents into mistakes that give them a clear path to victory. That has been accentuated in their two playoff games versus the Dolphins and Titans...

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  11. NFL Wild Card Weekend: Will Home Underdogs Prevail, or Will Road Favorites Rule?

    We have finally arrived at the most exciting weekend of the NFL season. Single elimination games on Saturday and Sunday mean that Wild Card weekend is finally here. Interestingly enough, three of the visiting teams are favored...

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  12. NFL Wild Card Weekend: Will Home Underdogs Prevail, or Will Road Favorites Rule?

    We have finally arrived at the most exciting weekend of the NFL season. Single elimination games on Saturday and Sunday mean that Wild Card weekend is finally here. Interestingly enough, three of the visiting teams are favored...

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  13. Key Games Mark Week 17 in the NFL: Who Will Shine, Who Will Go Home?

    This is exactly what the NFL envisioned when they expanded the playoff format, realigned the divisions, and made it easier for players to change teams...

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  14. Key Games Mark Week 17 in the NFL: Who Will Shine? Who Will Go Home?

    This is exactly what the NFL envisioned when they expanded the playoff format, realigned the divisions, and made it easier for players to change teams...

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  15. WTA 2009: Who Will Finish No. 1 on the Womens Tour? The Field is Wide Open

    There was a power vacuum left at the top of the women’s rankings when Justine Henin retired earlier this year, and we all wondered who would step up and be the next dominant No. 1 on the WTA...

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  16. Tennis 2009: Questions That Need Answering Atop the Men's Tour

    As we enter the 2009 Tennis season, the stage is set for one of the most competitive years on the tour, especially on the men’s side. As 2008 ends, it is not clear who has the momentum heading into the new year...

    Andrew Tonge Written by Andrew Tonge about 6 years ago 26 reads 9 comments

  17. BCS Madness: How To Change the System and Get a Real National Champion

    One of the things that is great about college football is that every week, there are big games with national title implications, and it always stirs up more talk about how flawed the BCS system is...

    Andrew Tonge Written by Andrew Tonge about 6 years ago 101 reads 1 comments

  18. BCS Madness: How To Fix The BCS and Crown a True National Champion

    One of the things that is great about college football is that every week there are big games with national title implications, and it always stirs up more talk about how flawed the BCS system is...

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  19. New York Knicks Trade Zach Randolph and Jamal Crawford in Salary Dump

    In one day, the New York Knicks managed to undo two of the major acquisitions from the Isiah Thomas era and stay on course to free up enough cap space to lure LeBron James and another All-Star caliber free agent...

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  20. Knicks Trade Randolph and Crawford In Salary Dump, Eye Lebron For 2010

    In one day the New York Knicks managed to undo two of the major acquisitions from the Isiah Thomas era and stay on course to free up enough cap space to lure Lebron James and another all star caliber free agent...

    Andrew Tonge Written by Andrew Tonge about 6 years ago 347 reads 0 comments

  21. NFL Week Five Previews And Predictions

    In week five, it is already desperation time for some teams, while others just try to stay on track. Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens The Ravens are coming off a physical game with the Steelers last week and they will not get a week off...

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  22. NFL Week Five Previews And Predictions

    In Week Five, it is already desperation time for some teams, while others just try to stay on track. Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens The Ravens are coming off a physical game with the Steelers last week and they will not get a week off...

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  23. New York Mets & Milwaukee Brewers: Different Teams, Same Issues

    It is fitting that the wild card representative for the National League come down the last game of the season...

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  24. The New York Mets And Milwaukee Brewers;Different Teams, Same Issues

    It is fitting that the wild card representative for the National League come down the last game of the season...

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  25. Alabama Routs Clemson: What Does This Mean for the SEC and ACC?

    Entering Saturday night’s huge game between Alabama and Clemson, there were a lot of questions that needed answering on both sides...

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