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It’s Tebow Time Somewhere

Posted March 20, 2012 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells I’ll admit it: I’m on board with Tebow Mania; I drank the Kool-Aid and joined the Cult of Tebow.  I’m a general football fan with no real favorite team, but I became a Broncos fan when Tebow became the team’s starting QB halfway through the 2011 season.  I was thrilled when he [...]

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Joba To ‘Pen Is Right Move
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Joba To ‘Pen Is Right Move

Posted April 9, 2008 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells When Joba Chamberlain was called up from Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre last year to pitch for the New York Yankees, he took the baseball world by storm.  A pitcher in his early twenties who could make hitters look foolish with 100 MPH fastballs and then freeze them with wicked sliders was surely a [...]

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AL East To Be Dogfight
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AL East To Be Dogfight

Posted March 25, 2008 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells So, baseball is around the corner, as we all know.  We’ve got our fantasy baseball teams lined up and we’re wearing our team colors to work, school, etc. (I’m not, but I know some die-hard baseball fans who will). Just like at the beginning of every season, we all make predictions.  A-Rod [...]

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And the Awards Go To….
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New England Patriots

And the Awards Go To….

Posted November 6, 2007 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells OK, so we’ve completed 9 weeks of the 2007 NFL season.  After the dust settled following the big New England/Indy game, we have the Patriots remaining undefeated and looking as calm as can be in the clutch.  The Colts shouldn’t feel bad; 7-1 is nothing to cry about.  Then…we have the rest. [...]

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Patriots Dynasty Not Dying Out
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Patriots Dynasty Not Dying Out

Posted May 3, 2007 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells They defeated the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002, the Carolina Panthers in the Super Bowl two years later, and they followed that with another win over the Philadelphia Eagles the following year.  Four years.  Three championships.  One coach.  One quarterback.  Oh, and a kicker that was really good [...]

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What I Learned From 1.5 Weeks of the 2007 MLB Season
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What I Learned From 1.5 Weeks of the 2007 MLB Season

Posted April 13, 2007 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells Well, baseball is finally here.  In fact, it has been here for a week and a half already.  Spring Training is over, the home fields of all the baseball teams have been opened for the new season (or they are close to being opened).  The World Champion Cardinals are attempting to repeat, [...]

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Tough Decisions For Top Coaching Award
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Tough Decisions For Top Coaching Award

Posted January 3, 2007 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells Dennis Green, not surprisingly, has been axed by the once again woeful Arizona Cardinals.  Jim Mora Jr. has been canned by the disappointing Atlanta Falcons.  The Dolphins and Steelers need to discuss the futures of Nick Saban and Bill Cowher, respectively. Perhaps lost among those names are the coaches who have surpassed [...]

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A Quarterback A Day…
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A Quarterback A Day…

Posted December 7, 2006 by Matt Wells

by Matt Wells Every day in the sports world, we are presented with fascinating stories about who got traded, who called out their coach, who is in the running for an award, and why two players don’t get along.  This NFL season, we have been faced with Terrell Owens sagas, Giants players ripping on each [...]

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