1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Draft Breakdown

    1.Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas StateIt was pretty well known Bucs head coach Raheem Morris coveted Freeman. He's very big, athletic, and has a strong arm...

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  2. Mock NHL Draft: Top 10 Players

    It's springtime in the NHL again, and while the top sixteen teams in the league are battling it out for Lord Stanley's mug, the other fourteen are looking forward; forward to the event that can ...

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  3. Frank Summers: NFL Draft Sleeper Number Four

    College: UNLVPosition: RB/FBPhysical Stats: 5'10, 230Combine/Pro Day Stats: 4.63 40 time, 30 reps.Projected Stock: 7thStrengths: - Very strong- Built like a rock- Loves to hit and deliver hits- ...

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  4. Ian Hoskins: NFL Draft Sleeper Number Three

    College: MarshallPosition: DE/OLBPhysical Stats: 6'3, 253Combine/Pro Day Stats: 50 reps. 4.72 40-yard dashProjected Stock: Seventh roundStrengths: - Ridiculously strong- High upside- Pretty ...

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  5. Blake Schlueter: NFL Draft Sleeper Number Two

    College: TCUPosition: CPhysical Stats: 6'3, 290Combine/Pro Day Stats: 4.79 40 yard dash (Lead all C's)Projected Stock: Sixth-SeventhStrengths: - Great at pulling- Very quick for a C- ...

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  6. Stephen Hodge: NFL Sleeper Profile No. 1

    College: TCUPosition: OLB/SPhysical Stats: 6'0; 235 lbsCombined/Pro Day Stats: 4.58-second 40-yard dash; 22 reps; 10'2" broad jumpProjected Stock: Third to FifthStrengths: - Physical- Attacks ...

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  7. Georgia Bulldogs: G-Day Review

    This past Friday, my dad, brother, and I attended the annual Georgia Football spring game, also known as "G-Day." It was televised on ESPN for the first time in Georgia football history. Boy, did they pick a low scoring game to come to...

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  8. New York Jets: Offensive Grades

    Jets 09 Report:Offense:QB: C+A lot of potential at this position but also a lot of questions. There will be a 3 way competition in camp, but it'll only really be between 2 players, Brett Ratliff and Kellen Clemens...

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  9. New Orleans Saints: 2009 Schedule Breakdown

    The Saints have the eighth hardest schedule in the league, but I still think they can pull off a playoff run. Here is how I think the season will go: Week One—Saints vs. Lions The Lions are a team I laugh at...

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  10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2009 Schedule Breakdown

    For the second time in three years, the Bucs will not be playing a nationally televised game. They also have a pretty tough schedule for a team with a rookie Head Coach and a lot of young players...

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  11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A Look Inside The Roster

    Quarterbacks: Luke McCown, Brian Griese, and Josh Johnson are the current QBs for the Bucs. The obvious front runner for the starting job is McCown, the Bucs are high on him because he's young, athletic, and has a strong arm...

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  12. Dan Klecko, Setting the Offensive and Defensive Standards

    In the NFL, almost every player plays on one side of the ball, offense or defense (not including special teams). But one player is breaking that barrier: Daniel Klecko. He plays both offense and defense...

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  13. What the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Have Done and What They Need to Do

    The firing of Jon Gruden and Bruce AllenAs soon as the season ended, I was calling for this to happen. Sure Gruden won the Bucs a Super Bowl in 2002...

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  14. The Greatest Rivalry in North American Sports: The Red Sox & Yankees

    Written by Signature Sports member Razor. Red Sox and Yankees. Babe Ruth is a good place to start. I'd just like to state that both clubs had housed Babe Ruth, who is the best and most known baseball player of all time...

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  15. Nikolai Khabibulin: Four Years, $27 Million Down the Drain

    When Chicago signed Nikolai Khabibulin, they never knew the result that they were going to get. At $6.75 million per year over four years, he seemed like a pretty good deal at the time, but he ended up not to be...

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  16. Alex Smith: Six Years, $49.5 Million of Garbage (Written 10/28/08)

    Written by Signature Sports member The Killa. When Alex Smith was drafted with the first pick in the 2005 NFL draft out of Utah, the San Francisco 49ers expected a centerpiece to the start of a new San Francisco dynasty...

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  17. Fanhood and Pride? New York Mets Fans Get the Nod (Written Oct. 28, 2008)

    Written by Signature Sports Global Moderator nymetsfan1575. Bias? No. Just the straight up truth. With their loyalty and refusal of disbandment from their team (except for the case of SS member Moss81) these fans are the real deal...

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  18. Best Quarterback-Wide Receiver Tandem (Written 8/14/08)

    Written By Signature Sports member Sleeperhold24. I kinda went with an obvious choice but QB-Joe Montana to WR Jerry Rice. Through out the 80's the 49ers were one of the more dominant teams...

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  19. Should Brett Favre Stay Retired? (Written 7/26/08)

    Written by Signature Sports administrator Phenomenal TJ. Brett Favre is showing absolutely no class in this situation. He could easily step up and put these rumors flying around to rest...

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  20. Packers, Chargers Go All the Way In 2009?

    Here are the two teams that I think will go all the way to the Super Bowl in 2009. NFC: The Green Bay PackersWith or without Brett Favre, Green Bay will be solid with their defense and running game headed by Ryan Grant...

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  21. Best Teams Of The 2008 Season (Written 7/26/08)

    Written by Signature Sports Member Sleeperhold24 NFC: CowboysLast years best team and in my opinion this years as well. They have a hot shot quarterback who has mobility and a good arm...

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  22. Top Two Recievers in the NFL (Written July 26, 2008)

    Written by Signature Sports member Certified74. 1. Randy Moss Since joining New England, Randy Moss has bought that spark back into his career. As we all know, in Oakland, he was on the decline...

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