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NFL Wild Card Weekend whittles down the field

Wild Card weekend finally arrived and for some teams, Oakland and Detroit, it was a few weeks late while for others, Seattle and Houston, it provided them with a renewed sense that a Super Bowl run is very much in […]

NFL Wild Card Weekend whittles down the field

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Wild Card weekend finally arrived and for some teams, Oakland and Detroit, it was a few weeks late while for others, Seattle and Houston, it provided them with a renewed sense that a Super Bowl run is very much in […]

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#NFL Week 16: Merry Christmas Cleveland

Yes, Cleveland, there is a Santa Claus and he wears lightning bolts. The Mistake by the Lake can finally call themselves winners after beating the soon to be Los

NFL Week 15: Ravens keep hope alive

Dear Mr. Kroenke, I am officially tossing in my hat and applying for the head coaching position of the Los Angeles Rams. I realize just how important it is for

NFL Week 13: A leap over the lines and the first coach fired

With most of the NCAA football regular season over, this looked to be a week that the NFL would enjoy without worrying about viewer distractions like the more exciting

NFL Week12: Ravens looking better and the Browns don’t lose

Wow, let’s hear it for the NFL league office for allowing players to wear custom painted cleats this past week. Nothing shows support of a cause like 53 grown

NFL week 12: Tony Romo is the question, Ravens hanging on for dear life

Two out of three ain't bad, at least that is what we can say about the Thanksgiving games this year. However, before getting to those games and the rest

Week 9 in the NFL: Mediocre leads a division

We are now two months into the season that has seen ratings decline at an alarming rate. The NFL blames it on the election, but starting next week, they

Cubs end 108 years of heartbreak by winning World Series

On Wednesday evening the Chicago Cubs ended what Cubs fans have endured for 108 years: season after season of loss and heartbreak. The big names in Cubs history that

Wrigley Field jumping with first World Series game since 1945

It’s almost time for Game 3 of the 2016 World Series. This year we have two teams that haven’t been to the Fall Classic in many years. The Cleveland

NLDS Game 3 at Dodger Stadium about to start

After splitting the series in Washington, D.C. with the heartbreaking loss to the Nationals on Sunday, the Los Angeles Dodger will now host two games of the National League Division

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