Archive for February, 2011
Well we have reached that deadspot in the sports season. The NFL is over and baseball hasn’t started. We are all waiting for March Madness to begin. However, there are a few interesting story lines going on in the sports world. Here is a look at a few of them.
I knew it was only a matter of time before Carmello Anthony ended up in a Knick uniform, but it comes as quite a surprise that the Nets were able to acquire Deron Williams from the Utah Jazz. This means two of the best players in the NBA have been traded in [...]
We will now take a look at the top 10 shortstops. There are 21 shortstops in the Hall of Fame so there are a lot to choose from, and that doesn’t even include the current players. So with that here we go…
Well we are at the NBA All Star break and it appears the Heat won’t be breaking the Bulls record of 72 wins, not that I ever thought they would. The Lakers are sleepwalking through the regular season and the Celtics look like the best team right now. Let’s start with the Eastern [...]
There are only ten 3rd baseman in the Hall of Fame, which is the fewest of any position. There aren’t a lot to choose from, but not all ten made the list. There are a few playing now that will certainly get a ticket to the Hall of Fame, so with that, lets take a look.
The NFL owners and players are at an impasse in their current contract negotiations. While this comes as no surprise, and I do think a deal will get done, the stance of the owners is comical. The big issues here are as follows:
Well I will now rank the top 10 2nd baseman of all time. Each time I begin this process I think it will be fairly easy to figure out who makes and doesn’t make the list. It never turns out to be that easy. With that being said here we go…
The Green Bay Packers are Super Bowl Champions again, for the 4th time in their storied history, and their first title since 1997. Aaron Rodgers was named the MVP after throwing for 304 yards and 3 TD’s. The Packers overcame a subpar performance by their receivers, who had 6 drops, and the loss [...]
Well we are finally here, Super Bowl Sunday. I first want to congratulate Deion Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Richard Dent, Shannon Sharpe, Ed Sabol, Les Richter and Chris Hanburger. All were deserving, but I was surprised that Curtis Martin didn’t get in.
Who will get the call to Canton? The NFL will announce this year’s class of Hall of Famers Saturday at 6:00. Let’s take a look at the finalists and who should get inducted. The NFL rules dictate that four players must be inducted and no more than seven. Running backs Curtis Martin, Jerome Bettis and Marshall [...]