Monthly Archives: December 2011

Week 16: The Battle for NY

The playoff picture is blurrier than an y year in recent memory as teams battle it out for the wild cards in both leagues. But nothing is a messy as the NFC East. Everything can be wrapped up this week with … Continue reading

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Week 15: Tales of the 4th Quarter

The last few weeks have been filled with 4th quarter comebacks, and as a fan it does not seem to matter what the score is, it only matters who is at the helm. With Tebow anything is possible and it … Continue reading

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Free CP3

This has gone on long enough. Two times the New Orleans Hornets have tried to trade Chris Paul, and both times the NBA has prevented the trade from occurring. So what gives? The original trade involving the Los Angeles Lakers … Continue reading

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Cam Newton: The Lion and His Record

Who is the Carolina Panthers best goal line runner? Is it Deangelo Williams? Can’t be, he has less goal line carries than the four other Williams’s in the league, one of which is a wide receiver. The man is too … Continue reading

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Occupy LA: Chris Paul to the Lakers

This article needs a short preface. I wrote this once the three team deal that would have sent Chris Paul to the Lakers became almost a sure thing. I finished it right around the time this tweet from Adrian Wojnarowski, … Continue reading

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Big Ten/ACC Challenge: Day 2

10 out of 12 teams in the Big Ten are going to bowl games. It’s looking like the college basketball season will be dominated by the Big Ten as well. Last week the Big Ten went 4-2 on the second … Continue reading

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Week 14: Life is Good for the Leaders of the Pack

As the rest of the league battles through inconsistencies and injuries, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers sail right along without any problems. There is nothing like a being a big fish in a small pond heading into Week 14. PITTSBURGH … Continue reading

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