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Archive for October 5th, 2012

Brandon Weeden Says There Is Something Special Brewing in Cleveland

Friday, October 5th, 2012

After April's draft their was a lot of excitement in Cleveland when it came to the Browns. With two first round picks, the Browns upgraded two key positions on offense with running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden. Flash forward to October and that excitement has quelled as the ...

Grant Balfour Never Lost Confidence When He Lost His Closer’s Job

Friday, October 5th, 2012

At the beginning of the season, the Oakland A's were wondering who would close out games for them. They had a lot of young arms on their pitching staff and a few different options. Grant Balfour was one of the guys that was under consideration but he had never been ...

Steve Nash Never Imagined Ending his Career with the L.A. Lakers

Friday, October 5th, 2012

The Los Angeles Lakers are set to kick off their preseason schedule and Steve Nash is on the verge of making his debut in purple and gold. That's right -- Steve Nash is a Laker, and even he admits that, a few years ago, that notion would have seemed unrealistic. Steve ...

Peyton Manning, Denver’s Offense Build Momentum After Big Game

Friday, October 5th, 2012

I had the chance to see Peyton Manning quarterback a football game in person for the first time last Sunday and it was a real treat. The third quarter that the Denver Broncos posted in their drubbing of Oakland was about as an impressive 15 minutes of football as you'll ...

Matt Schaub on Joe Mays Hit: “I Think it was Blown Out of Proportion a Little Bit.”

Friday, October 5th, 2012

The Houston Texans are a perfect 4-0 this season and are starting to turn some heads in the NFL world. Matt Schaub has looked impressive so far along with offensive weapons of Andre Johnson and Arian Foster. J.J.Watt and the Texans defense has been fearsome as well. Houston's biggest win this ...

Mack Brown’s Rebuilding Process Continues With West Virginia Up Next

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Two years ago it appeared that the Texas Longhorns' long history of success had hit a bit of a road block. Even coach Mack Brown admits he didn't do his job very well and had to refocus heading into last season. It certainly wasn't all roses, but the team finished ...

Joe Girardi and Yankees Relish A Hard-Fought AL East Crown, Await Wild Card Opponent

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Last Sunday afternoon the New York Yankees were in Toronto and trailing the Blue Jays by four runs in the fifth inning. It was a big turning point for the Yankees season as the team was able to come back in the game and they never bat an eyelash this ...

Robert Meachem is Surprised the Saints have Yet to Win, But Doesn’t Want First Victory to Come this Week

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Few people would be better to deliver a hindsight take on the mess in New Orleans than former Saints wide receiver Robert Meachem. So with his new team succeeding and the Saints struggling, it was interesting to hear what Meachem had to say about his former team when he joined ...

Mike Tannenbaum Explains Choosing Jason Hill Over Plaxico Burress, Believes Jets Have Good Foundation For A Productive Running Game

Friday, October 5th, 2012

The headline for this post says it all for the New York Jets right now. Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum should be held accountable for the team he has put on the field through the draft and offseason signings. Right now Mark Sanchez has a lack of weapons on this offense ...