Se existe uma opinião que é unânime entre todos os brasileiros é que Ronaldinho Gaúcho foi um dos maiores malabaristas do futebol moderno. More »[Opinião] A imagem de Ronaldinho é prejudicial à Seleção
COMMENTARY | I'm not a fan of Tim Tebow when he gets under center. Each throw of the football makes me cringe a little. I'm a little unnerved that, as an armchair quarterback, I know the progressions better than Tebow. His footwork in the pocket can best be described as mediocre. More »Tim Tebow: New York Jets' Flub Will Become New England Patriots' Gain
COMMENTARY | It's easy to forget that we almost didn't get hockey at all this year. More »Boston Bruins Face Chicago Blackhawks in Original 6 Stanley Cup Showdown
COMMENTARY | The buzz about the upcoming Dwight Howard sweepstakes has been rivaled in my household by a recent abundance of Facebook friends posting pictures of their adorable son/daughter "graduating" from first grade or kindergarten. I'm glad your kid can count to 100 and line up single-file for a fire drill. He made it through the year without maiming the class pet or setting fire to the bathroom. Congrats. ... More »Dwight Howard's Peers Seem Like They Just Graduated First Grade
COMMENTARY | As I talk to Utah Jazz fans this offseason, they seem to be divided into two camps. One camp believes that current coach, Tyrone Corbin, has done an admirable job of keeping an overachieving team competitive. The other school of thought maintains that the Jazz let the best man for the job, Jeff Hornacek, slip away to Western Conference rival Phoenix. More »Three Things Utah Jazz Coach Tyrone Corbin Must Do Next Season
COMMENTARY | The United States Men's National Team will be returning to Seattle for a meaningful match sooner than later if several people get their way. More »Seattle, Kansas City and Columbus: The Holy Trinity of US Soccer Cities
These days in the National Football League, there's so much emphasis placed on the performance of the quarterback that you wonder if he's the only player on the field. More »The NFL: An Offensive Line-Driven League?
COMMENTARY | In 2013, beards have become the new cool thing in pop culture. Not surprisingly, this trend has made its way into the professional wrestling industry. However, heels and over-the-top babyface characters have sported beards for decades in wrestling. More »Top 10 Pro Wrestling Beards in History
For better or worse, quarterback David Carr is a Giant. And if he had to do it all over again knowing what he knows now, he would. More »Older, Wiser Carr Would Choose NY Giants Again
COMMENTARY | It's high time to shake things up in Cleveland. More »Cleveland Indians Should Target Chicago Cubs Pitcher Scott Feldman to Bolster Rotation
COMMENTARY | Tiger Woods has a knack for rising to the occasion. More »The Key for Tiger Woods at Merion Is Pace on US Open Greens
COMMENTARY | The Cincinnati Bengals are receiving high praise from NFL pundits as they enter the 2013 season. Generally, the fact that the team is being mentioned in most circles as serious contenders would be a welcomed trend. More »Cincinnati Bengals: Can They Handle the Pressure of the Spotlight in 2013?
COMMENTARY | Do the Boston Red Sox need to make a trade for a player? More »Is There One Player the Boston Red Sox Should Target in a Trade This Season?
COMMENTARY | Arsenal F.C. is eyeing talented trio Gonzalo Higuaín, Marouane Fellaini, and Clément Grenier. However, Real Madrid (Higuaín's current club) appears to be keen on starting a bidding war between Arsenal and Italian club Juventus over the striker. The Spanish club has Edinson Cavani and Gareth Bale on top of their wish list, and while these two players will definitely not come cheap, creating a bidding war for Higuaín would help raise funds for the pricey duo of Cavani and Bale. More »Arsenal Keen on £58 Million Trio
COMMENTARY | Tiger Woods is by far the best player on the planet at the time of this writing. More »Why Tiger Woods Will Not Win the 2013 US Open
COMMENTARY | Mixed martial arts has been dominated by men for much of the sport's existence, and it's easy to see why. Boxing, wrestling, Muay Thai and jiu-jitsu are all combat sports that have long appealed to men. It's not surprising that when those four sports were combined into MMA, men became its core participants. More »Invicta FC and Apocalypse MMA Among Groups that Continue to Make a Difference for Women in MMA
COMMENTARY | On Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks engaged in one of baseball's time-honored traditions: the baseball brawl. More »Los Angeles Dodgers, Arizona Diamondbacks Pointlessly Brawl Because Baseball Tradition Is Primitive
COMMENTARY | Regardless of the inappropriate comments Chicago Cubs' third baseman Ian Stewart recently unloaded via Twitter, it is an easy admittance that Stewart has had a tough tenure with the Cubs. And it hasn't been entirely his fault. His lacking performance -- think .164 average in Triple-A -- has been a huge contributor as to why he lost his roster spot on the major-league roster, but getting buried on the depth chart was out of his control. More »Chicago Cubs Suspend Ian Stewart After Twitter Rant
COMMENTARY | Jacoby Jones has become a celebrity, though that has more to do with his stint on Dancing With the Stars than his production on the football field. In fact, Jones has never exceeded 600 yards receiving in a season in his career. Yet, despite his lack of career production, the charismatic Jones is the right man to replace Anquan Boldin in Baltimore, finally becoming a celebrity for his on-field production. More »Why Jacoby Jones Should Be a Starter Next Year
COMMENTARY | In the week following Andy Pettitte's admission into the 250 Win Club, the debate over the left-hander's place in Cooperstown has bubbled again. When Pettitte retired after the 2010 season, I didn't think he was Hall of Fame material. However, since he rejoined the New York Yankees last season, I've started to come around on the lefty's Hall credentials. More »With 250 Wins, Andy Pettitte Deserves a Place in Cooperstown... Eventually
COMMENTARY | Eli Manning has led the New York Giants to a pair of Super Bowl championships, but Big Blue's signal-caller is not perfect. In some ways, he took a step backwards last season. Manning failed to throw for at least 4,000 yards for the first time in four seasons in 2012, as the Giants missed the playoffs one year after winning the Super Bowl. If Manning is going to return to an "elite" level and lead the Giants back to the playoffs, he must achieve these three goals this upcoming season. More »New York Giants: Three Things Eli Manning Must Do This Season
COMMENTARY | The term "enigma" is generally reserved for certain players who only seem to show up for one out of every four games. But in that one game, they are almost always the best player on the field. More »Boston Red Sox: Three Ways for Jacoby Ellsbury to Continue His Resurgence
COMMENTARY | Just like that, the United States Men's National Team are atop their World Cup Qualifying group. More »United States Stroll Past Panama, Take Charge of World Cup Destiny
COMMENTARY | Cincinnati Bengals right tackle Andre Smith has had a tumultuous career with the team to date. The latest issue engulfing Smith is the revelation that he will miss mandatory training camp with Cincinnati after skipping out on all of OTAs. More »Andre Smith Missing Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Shouldn’t Be Scrutinized