COMMENTARY | Hard to believe, but the time remaining before the start of the NFL draft is now being measured in days and hours instead of months and weeks. More »Draft Dos and Don'ts for the Denver Broncos
Well, it was good while it lasted. More »If, And, But: The Arizona Cardinals Will Be in the Playoffs in 2013
COMMENTARY | When the final out was recorded at Citi Field on Sunday -- after the New York Mets had taken a series from the division-rival Washington Nationals for the first time since September 2011 -- Bobby Parnell, the Mets' closer, was credited with the save. More »A Big Win for Dillon Gee, with a Big Assist from the New York Mets' Bullpen
COMMENTARY | According to the NFL, in 2013 the Chicago Bears will play opponents with a 2012 combined record of 128-127-1 -- a .502 winning percentage, good for 16th out of the 32 clubs. On the surface, the Bears are facing what looks like middle-of-the-pack resistance on the road to Super Bowl XLVIII. While this may seem like easy pickings for a team coming off a 10-win season, the journey to Metlife Stadium isn't as easy as it appears. More »2013 Chicago Bears Schedule Predictions
What in the heck is going on at DC United? That's the big question following yet another awful performance from a team that has been shockingly bad at the start of the 2013 campaign. In other news, Seattle finally picked up their first win of the season, and the defending league champs appear to be very capable of again winning it all. More »2013 Week 8 MLS Power Rankings
When will it end? More »If, And, But: The Buffalo Bills Will Be in the Playoffs in 2013
COMMENTARY | The New Orleans Saints franchise should thank god general manager Mickey Loomis came into their lives. Granted, not every pick by Loomis has panned out, but compared to his predecessors, he's been more successful. More »The Top 5 NFL Draft Busts in New Orleans Saints History
COMMENTARY | If there is one thing Cleveland Indians fans know about, it's losing. More »Do Cleveland Indians Fans Dare Get Their Hopes Up for a Championship?
COMMENTARY | Maybe New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman knew what he was talking about when he tried to downplay expectations for infielder Eduardo Nunez back in February. More »Eduardo Nunez’s Offensive Struggle a Surprise ... Maybe
Wide receiver Brandon O'Brien knew that this year's NFL draft was probably his last chance of fulfilling his childhood dream of being given an opportunity by some NFL team willing to take a chance on a 30-year-old prospect. More »NFL Draft Hopeful and American War Hero Brandon O’Brien Pursues New Calling
COMMENTARY | Following the 1995 Refuse to Lose run that brought the Seattle Mariners their first postseason, fans around Seattle had a sense of jubilation. The future was bright. More »Alex Rodriguez, the Most Hated Man in Seattle
COMMENTARY | While Andrew McCutchen's speed, power, and electrifying dreadlocks have given the Pittsburgh Pirates their first superstar since Barry Bonds (and no, I'm sorry, but Brian Giles and Freddy Sanchez don't count), it's going to be up to Pedro Alvarez's bat if the 2013, and very likely, 2014 teams will be successful as the club waits on Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon. More »Can the Pittsburgh Pirates Survive Pedro Alvarez’s Massive Slumps?
COMMENTARY | The 2013 season hasn't started the way the Toronto Blue Jays, or their fans for that matter, had hoped or expected. More »Toronto Blue Jays 3B Brett Lawrie Will Provide Spark to Struggling Team
COMMENTARY | The 2013 Major League Baseball season is only a couple of weeks old, but Cincinnati Reds outfielder Shin-Soo Choo must feel like it's midseason already. More »Are Cincinnati Reds Pitchers About to Start a Bean-Ball War?
COMMENTARY | It wasn't terribly long ago that the Boston Celtics seemed to regularly have the edge over LeBron James. As a young member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was never able to defeat Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen in a postseason series. More »LeBron James: The Player the Boston Celtics Love to Hate
COMMENTARY It was only ten days ago that an article on this site predicted the road ahead was bleak for the Pittsburgh Pirates in facing three teams that all made the National League playoffs last year. More »Are the Pittsburgh Pirates One of the Hottest Teams in Baseball?
Ouch. Ouch. Ouch. More »If, And, But: The New York Jets Will Be in the Playoffs in 2013
Soccer fans in the United States have somewhat of a quiet midweek ahead of them. The plus is that games will air on TV every day between Monday and Thursday. Two huge UEFA Champions League matches will take place, the CONCACAF Champions League Final will begin, and two Europa League matches will be featured. Unfortunately, ESPN3/Watch ESPN isn't much of a friend to US soccer fans this time around. Only Monday's Premier League match will be shown via that service this midweek. More »List of Live Soccer Games on US TV for April 22 to April 25
COMMENTARY | Back before he locked out all media from practices, I remember marveling at the atmosphere of the Oregon Ducks' football practices under coach Chip Kelly. More »Philadelphia Eagles Off to a Fast Start Under Chip Kelly
COMMENTARY | David Ortiz made his long awaited, much anticipated 2013 debut this past weekend. With his bat, he helped the Boston Red Sox continue to be the class act of the American League East. Ortiz also did his part off the field, while Boston continues to heal from the marathon terrorist attacks of last week. More »Welcome Back, David Ortiz
COMMENTARY | After Matt Harvey out-dueled Stephen Strasburg Friday night at Citi Field, the New York Mets were hoping to see both Jeremy Hefner and Dillon Gee get back on track over the weekend against the Washington Nationals. Only Gee was able to do so, throwing 5.2 shutout innings on April 21 to get his first win of the season. More »New York Mets Should Continue Making Changes to Starting Rotation
COMMENTARY | For years, the talk in the boxing world had been Mayweather-Pacquiao. However, this mega-bout between star-crossed fighters separated by pride, ego, and dueling promotional companies, never came to be. The debate over who would've won will now be forever relegated to message board discussion and social media debate. More »Will Floyd Mayweather Answer Canelo Alvarez's Challenge?
Penalties Against Brad Keselowski, Penske Racing Must Be Overturned If NASCAR Wants to Avoid Looking like HypocritesYahoo! Contributor Network - Mon, Apr 22, 2013 3:46 AM EDT
COMMENTARY | There are some major issues surrounding Penske Racing at the moment that are providing quite a bit of interest among NASCAR fans. More »Penalties Against Brad Keselowski, Penske Racing Must Be Overturned If NASCAR Wants to Avoid Looking like Hypocrites
COMMENTARY | It's easy to get content when winning becomes customary like it has in the past week for the Milwaukee Brewers. Ron Roenicke's crew is in the midst of a seven-game winning streak, but it's not like he's made any adjustments that led to this sudden surge. More »4 Tweaks the Milwaukee Brewers Should Make to Keep Their Winning Streak Alive