The path to perfection

Am I having déjà vu? Did Doc Brown kidnap me and take me back to 2007 in his DeLorean? But seriously, can someone please wake me from this nightmare or something? Nope? Sigh. Well once again the New England Patriots are kicking everyone’s butt and talks of an undefeated season are already in the air for the fans in Foxborough,

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The National League Cy Young Race

Flip a coin. Draw from a hat. Roll some dice. I would not be surprised if NL Cy Young Award voters use any of the aforementioned methods in the coming weeks as they cast their ballot. Jake Arrieta, Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke – you really could make the case for any of these three guys. 20 wins from one, an

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5 Predictions for the 2015 NFL Season

Merry Football Eve everyone! The rosters have been cut to 53, Tom Brady is free (LOL), and the chicken wing dip is put in the oven. So yes Hank Williams Jr. I am indeed ready for some football. In fact Mr. Williams, I am about as giddy as a an eight-year-old on Halloween for this upcoming season, so I decided

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Chelsea Might Actually Be In Trouble

It is only August. It is only matchday three. But the Blues might actually be in trouble, relatively. With an opening day draw at home against Swansea and a 3-0 spanking over in Manchester to the hands of MCFC, Chelsea finds itself in 16th on the table, claiming only one of a possible six points. As Planet Futbol’s Peter Berlin pointed

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Don’t Draft a Brown: 6 Fantasy Football Tips

One more Sunday. One more freakin’ Sunday fellow football fans. Training camp is in full swing for all 30 NFL teams and my god football is so close that I can almost taste the pizza and feel the high blood pressure my fantasy team will cause me. With August officially here, draft day is approaching for the some 33 million

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Make or Break Seasons for Manuel, Smith

Ryan Nassib, Mike Glennon, Landry Jones; it is no secret that the 2013 NFL Quarterback Draft Class was well, um… underwhelming. 11 QB’s were drafted in total and most (if not all) are going to be lifelong clipboard holders. Although the draft provided the league a bunch of duds, there is still hope for 2 draftees in that historically bad

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McDavid and Eichel: The Future of Hockey

And that’s a wrap. What was obvious is now official: Connor McDavid number 1 overall to the Edmonton Oilers and Jack Eichel number 2 overall to the Buffalo Sabres. And so begins a new generation in hockey. 1 vs. 2; Canada vs. USA; OHL vs. College; and these are only just some of the taglines I’m sure we will be

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The Future of the Arizona Coyotes

Well folks there you have it: in a special meeting this previous Wednesday, the Glendale City Council terminated the contract between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Glendale owned Gila River Arena. In other words, as of the writing of this article, the Coyotes have no arena to play in for the 2015-2016 NHL season. With the schedule release less than

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The “New” Extra Point

Well would you look at that! An NFL post not “Deflategate” related! So after 30-2 vote amongst owners, the 2015 NFL Season will feature some new scoring changes. The extra point will now be moved back from the two-yard line to the 15-yard line, and the defense will now be able to score if they force some sort of turnover,

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NHL Western Conference Final Preview

Well uh, that was fast. With the Chicago Blackhawks bringing out the brooms and the Anaheim Ducks taking care of business in 5, we are set up for an awesome matchup in the Western Conference Final. Will the Ducks be able to get over the hump and reach their first Stanley Cup since 2007? And what about the Hawks? Can

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