Ranking All 32 NFL Offensive Lines for the 2019 Season

One of the most fundamentally important things need to achieve success in the NFL is a good offensive line. Without proper blocking and discipline, drives can stall with either allowing sacks or failing to open up lanes for the running back. One of the hardest things to measure, however, is how good an offensive line…

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The MLB 2010s All-Decade Team

In just 12 days, the 2010s are officially over and we enter the roaring twenties, where we will promptly bring bad big bands, flapper girls, speakeasies and the Sultan of Swat dominating opposing pitchers for the New York Yankees. With MLB free agency slowing down a bit, it’s time to take a look at our…

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What Happens to James McCann?

Today, the Chicago White Sox agreed to a four year, $73 million deal with catcher Yasmani Grandal, the largest deal in club history. But what happens now to incumbent catcher James McCann? McCann, 29, joined the White Sox last season after spending his first five seasons with the Tigers and paid immediate for Chicago, making…

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Washington Failed Jay Gruden

After an 0-5 start punctuated by a 33-7 drubbing at home by the New England Patriots, the Washington Redskins have fired head coach Jay Gruden. However, given the team’s peripherals, he was never truly given a chance to succeed. Washington entered the week unsure of who would even start at quarterback. Case Keenum was in…

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What Does the Stroman Trade Mean for the Mets?

The New York Mets made a splash just ahead of the trade deadline, acquiring Marcus Stroman from the Toronto Blue Jays for minor league pitchers Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson. The deal comes as a surprise as the Mets were seen as deadline sellers, with the biggest name available being hurler Noah Syndergaard. But the…

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Are the Phillies in Trouble?

The Phillies capped off their West Coast trip by winning their final two games against the Padres, but there is much to be concerned following a road trip that saw them lose five consecutive games, suffer yet another injury in the outfield, lose a key bullpen arm and see their division lead dwindle to just…

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The Worst First Round Picks of the 2010s

Sometimes, it just doesn’t work out. Yesterday, we revealed the best first round picks of the 2010s. Today, we will review the worst. Whether the player’s career was hampered by injuries, poor play or attitude, here are the biggest busts and reaches of the past decade based on draft position. While overall play is a…

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The Best First Round Picks of the 2010s

Ten years ago, I because writing mock drafts on a Blogger website just for the pure enjoyment. A lot has changed over the past decade, including the prevalence of mock drafts, better data available to evaluate a prospect, the new CBA changed the value of first round picks and, of course, the transition to this…

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Ten Takeaways from the First Round of the 2019 NFL Draft

Round One of the 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone and after a round full of trades, surprising picks and some of the expected selections, it’s time to break down some of the biggest takeaways of the night. Josh Rosen is Officially Available for Trade The Cardinals tried being coy during the draft process,…

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Six Ways to Improve High School Wrestling

Being from New Jersey, I spent all of middle and high school on a wrestling mat and today it is still my favorite sport. It has a team element with emphasis on you as an individual, there are basically two seasons in one and it makes you mentally tough. That said, there are several differences…

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