Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Sanders-less Colts

Few people were bigger fans of Bob Sanders than me. Almost immediately after the Colts drafted him in 2004, I was singing his praises. Even now, following his recent release from the team, I am holding out hope he will … Continue reading

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2011 New York Yankees Season Preview: Part 2-The Bullpen

Part Two of a Four-Part preview of the Yankees 2011 season.     As mentioned in the previous segment, although the Yankees starting rotation has a number of question marks, the team also has the offense and bullpen to compensate for … Continue reading

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2011 New York Yankees Season Preview: Part 1-Starting Pitching

Part One of a Four-Part preview of the Yankees 2011 season.  Spring Training has begun for the New York Yankees, closing the book on a dramatic offseason which saw the team fail to acquire prized free-agent Cliff Lee, in addition … Continue reading

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Coming Up Small Filling Big Shoes: Replacing Legendary Quarterbacks

With their victory in Super Bowl XLV, the Packers as an organization have been able to do something few franchises have done in pro football history: immediately replace a legendary quarterback. While it may be tempting to dismiss the significance of … Continue reading

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Quick Super Bowl Recap

“Vince Lombardi is coming back to Green Bay,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said during the trophy presentation ceremony following the Packers’ 31-25 Super Bowl victory (now, please get back to work so we can get all this lockout garbage out … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Thoughts and Prediction

     There is obviously a lot to look forward to this Sunday. Super Bowl XLV will feature two strong teams and two iconic franchises. Pittsburgh has won more Super Bowl titles than any other team, while Green Bay has won … Continue reading

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Early Look at the 2011 NFL Offseason: Franchise Tag Debate

With the Super Bowl a day away, it’s almost time to start looking forward towards the NCAA tournament and ultimately baseball season. Still, this means it’s also just about time for the NFL offseason. This offseason will be different than … Continue reading

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