Super Bowl 51 Predictions

There are certain times a year where everyone around the world will take time to sit down with friends and loved ones for the same reason. Whether it’s for a tragedy, holidays like Christmas, or of course, the Super Bowl. It’s no secret that the Super Bowl is one of the most watched events around the globe. It’s a time

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Top 5 Players in the 2016 NFL Draft

The end of spring is often debated as the peak of sports excitement. With the baseball season starting (the Cubs are winning a lot already…just saying), the NBA playoffs, and of course, the greatest playoff of them all (yeah I said it), the Stanley Cup playoffs, it’s no wonder that sports fans are glued to their TV’s. While the previously mentioned

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Making A Case For Chip Kelly as 49ers Head Coach

Chip Kelly, San Francisco

Chip Kelly, former Oregon Ducks Head Coach, aka Big Balls Chip, is now in charge of the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West division. This either screams excitement or 49er fans shaking their hands. Kelly now holds the reigns of one of the most decorated franchises in the NFL. The San Francisco 49ers and the fans are eager to get

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Raiders to San Antonio: Best for Business?

How many of you remember all of the talk for many years now about a professional football team returning to The City of Angles Los Angeles, California? After many years of discussion it is official that the St. Louis Rams will now be returning to Los Angeles after leaving that very city twenty-two years ago. Now while we sit and

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Lions Draft 2016: Please Let This Work

First, a quick note on Quinn. I like him and I liked his press conference. That can probably be said of near any hire in professional sports history, but I am being serious. He seems like someone who will actually be involved with the team and front and center to answer questions when he is needed, unlike what this team

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Leave Johnny Manziel Alone

I hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving. This holiday was easily one of the most memorable for me, as I got to spend it with some of my best friends and family. The holiday only became sweeter, like my sister’s homemade cherry pie, when my beloved Chicago Bears upset the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau on the night they retired Brett Favre’s

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Lions beat Packers, but at what cost?

It had been 24 years since the Lions had last won at Lambeau field. Through the Brett Favre years, the game that won Matt Flynn millions in free agency, to last year’s pivotal matchup which determined the winner of the NFC North, the Lions had lost them all. It was an automatic loss which could be counted on even before the

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Why the Dallas Cowboys must cut Greg Hardy

The chances the Cowboys make the playoffs this year fade more and more as the NFL season goes on. Tony Romo has yet to come back from his injury, starting running back Joseph Randle was cut from the team for unknown reasons, and most recently, Dez Bryant went on a tirade toward reporters in the locker room. Despite a current

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