August 19th NFL Preseason Predictions

Photo Credit: sports-logos-screensavers.com (featured image), CBS Sports/ESPN (team logos)  New York Jets versus  Washington Redskins Both of these teams have played two tight games. The Jets won their game by a score of 17-13, and the Redskins lost their game by a score of 23-17. My player to watch for on the Redskins is quarterback Nate Sudfeld. The rookie out of Indiana showed good signs … Continue reading August 19th NFL Preseason Predictions

Garoppolo Shines Against the Bears

Photo Credit: sportsworldreport.com Jimmy Garoppolo began to look like an NFL starting quarterback in his second preseason game against the Chicago Bears. Following a slow 1st quarter, Garoppolo led the Patriots on two impressive drives. One resulted in a touchdown, and the other in a turnover at the goal line. Towards the end of the 1st half, Garoppolo was given the opportunity to put some points … Continue reading Garoppolo Shines Against the Bears

What Should Have Been: Len Bias

Photo source: ESPN   This is part three of a series titled “What Should Have Been,” documenting players and teams in NBA history who should have been great but were held back by injuries or other setbacks.   “The Boston Celtics select Len Bias of the University of Maryland.” Commissioner David Stern spoke those words on June 17, 1986. Len Bias was supposed to bridge … Continue reading What Should Have Been: Len Bias

Le’Veon Bell Has Suspension Reduced

Photo Credit : sportsglory.com Pittsburgh Steelers fans can rest a little bit easier knowing that their star runningback Le’Veon Bell will be on the sidelines a little less than suspected. Bell’s 4 game suspension has been reduced to 3 games. Bell will now be suspended for games against the Washington Redskins, Cincinnati Bengals, and Philadelphia Eagles. Reducing the suspension by 1 game brings him back … Continue reading Le’Veon Bell Has Suspension Reduced

Could RG3 Be The Comeback Player of The Year?

Photo Credit : foxsports.com The obvious comeback player of the year canadiates are players like Andrew Luck, Le’Veon Bell, and Jammal Charles. But one that I failed to consider until now was Robert Griffin III. RG3’s career has gone down hill since his spectacular rookie of the year performance in 2012. Once projected to be the franchise quarterback for the Redskins for years to come, … Continue reading Could RG3 Be The Comeback Player of The Year?

August 19th MLB Power Rankings & Trends

Photo Credit: wallpapercave.com (featured image), cbssports.com (team logos) CLICK HERE FOR UPDATED MLB POWER RANKINGS & TRENDS! August 19th, 2016– Records and trends are indicated next to each team. The trends reflect movement from the previous power rankings. These power rankings are based on streaks, record over the past 10 games, overall record, and overall run differential. The combination of that is what allows there to be … Continue reading August 19th MLB Power Rankings & Trends

3/4 of the Season MLB Award Predictions 

With the MLB season almost done, here are predictions for the awards handed out at the end of the season. American League A.L. Cy Young Winner-  Danny Duffy,  Kansas City Royals A.L. MVP Winner-  Mookie Betts, Right Fielder, Boston Red Sox A.L. Rookie of the Year Winner-  Michael Fulmer, Detroit Tigers A.L. Manager of the Year Winner-  Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians   National League N.L. … Continue reading 3/4 of the Season MLB Award Predictions 

Tom Brady Slices Thumb With Scissors Pregame

Photo via: People.com New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady has not made the start for this week’s preseason game against the Chicago Bears due to an injury he sustained during pregame. Brady reportedly sliced his thumb with a pair of scissors while trying to pry something from his cleats. It is unknown whether or not Brady will miss week 3 or 4, but he will … Continue reading Tom Brady Slices Thumb With Scissors Pregame