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There have been sixteen Super Bowls since the New England Patriots won their first title. In those sixteen title games, the Patriots have appeared in seven of them. This Super Bowl has a bit of deja-vu with it as the Philadelphia Eagles have made a return trip to the Super Bowl. The last time they …

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The Drought Is Finally Over In the year 1999, that was the last time the Buffalo Bills had made the NFL playoffs. If you also remember correctly, that was the season that the ‘Miracle in Tennessee’ happened for the Tennessee Titans in the Wild Card game against the Buffalo Bills. This time around, Bills fans …

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Quite The Investment If any team nowadays would only have to give up a second round pick to get their potential franchise quarterback, most would jump at the chance. That’s what the San Francisco 49ers did a few weeks ago when they traded away their second round pick to the New England Patriots for their …

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This Is Why The NFL Has A Problem If you watched the end of the Patriots – Steelers game, you probably are a bit miffed at the NFL once again. What the hell is the definition of a catch? For the love of Pete, someone answer that question honestly for a change. Anthem protests aren’t …

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Next Man Up The worst fears happened for the Philadelphia Eagles after their impressive win over the Los Angeles Rams. They have lost their quarterback Carson Wentz to a torn ACL. He is handling with grace and his faith is what will get him through the long road to recovery. For the Eagles they will …

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Look Who’s On Top In The NFC By virtue of a tiebreaker, the Minnesota Vikings have taken the top spot in the NFC. They are definitely deserving of it with an eight game winning streak and with victories against playoff contenders in their last three games. After their next game against Carolina, they finish the …

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Better Than Expected Usually the primetime games have been a snooze fest this year. Thankfully this wasn’t the case as I began to watch the Green Bay Packers play the Pittsburgh Steelers. This would have been a marquee matchup if Green Bay had Aaron Rodgers for it, but his backup Brett Hundley played well and …

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It Shouldn’t Be This Easy Most Eagles fans, well the honest ones, would have told you that their favorite football team would fail at some point this season. In the midst of an eight game winning streak and a 9-1 overall record that isn’t the case. The only reason that I can come up with …

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Keep Calling Them Underdogs It has been the mentality of the Philadelphia Eagles ever since Carson Wentz was lost for the season with a torn ACL. His backup, Nick Foles, has played the part and has the Eagles in the Super Bowl. His performance against the Minnesota Vikings was nothing short of spectacular and it …

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Oh So Close Atlanta had a pretty good opportunity to score the go-ahead touchdown, but it went right through the hands of Julio Jones. It would have been a tough score either way if he did catch it. Keeping both feet in bounds would have been pretty miraculous. Philadelphia didn’t wow anyone on offense, but …

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Time Of Possession If there is one thing the Kansas City Chiefs should have done differently in their Wild Card loss, they should have ran the ball a little bit more. They did so 16 times and they seemed to abandon it in the second half when the Titans continued to run it down the …

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They’re Still In The Hunt Even though the Atlanta Falcons were able to sack Cowboys QB Dak Prescott 8 times, it doesn’t mean that they now have the same kind of defense from a year ago. They have struggled most of the year to get a consistent pass rush. This is a good boost for …

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A Walk In The Park Here’s the thing. When you score 51 points on an opponent, that usually means one thing; you played a terrible team. That’s true with the Los Angeles Rams and them dropping 51 on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. The Rams have scored at least 27 points in five …

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In their 55 years of existence, the Houston Astros have only made two World Series appearances. The first came in 2005 when they were swept by the Chicago White Sox. That wasn’t going to happen this time around. If you wanted to experience everything that a baseball game had to offer, you were in luck …

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Yes It’s True, They’re In First Place By no means am I endorsing them as perennial contenders, but the New Orleans Saints are in first place and have a 5-game winning streak after starting the year 0-2. Drew Brees is still among the best quarterbacks in the league and their defense has been playing much …

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Look Who’s On Top They’re 6-1. They haven’t lost to a division opponent or a conference opponent. Their quarterback, Carson Wentz, is playing at an elite level and they’ve played in some pretty close contests. The Philadelphia Eagles are on top of the NFL and they could be in store for a long playoff run. …

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1. Golden State Warriors There shouldn’t be any doubt that they will be in line for another title run. 2. Los Angeles Clippers Their identity has changed a bit, but they should be considered favorites to make the playoffs. 3. Sacramento Kings A different looking roster has them poised to make a move up the …

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1. Oklahoma City Thunder The reigning MVP has two superstars to help carry the load. 2. Minnesota Timberwolves An influx of talent has been added with the likes of Towns and Wiggins. 3. Portland Trail Blazers A full season with Nurkic at center will be interesting to see. 4. Denver Nuggets This will be a …

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1. San Antonio Spurs There wasn’t any splashy moves, but their depth is what will help them stay as contenders. 2. Houston Rockets Getting Chris Paul could put them into the top tier of the conference. 3. New Orleans Pelicans A full season with Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins should have them in the hunt …

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1. Washington Wizards The talented roster remains intact for a chance to claim a top-3 spot in the conference. 2. Charlotte Hornets Their depth is the envy of the division. 3. Miami Heat It’s a young roster with a lot of room for improvement. 4. Orlando Magic This could be the year they sneak up …

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