The entire starting 4 (minus the small forward) in Atlanta produces at an extremely high level in fantasy basketball and there's no reason to think it won't continue to do so. It will be satisfying to watch Teague, Korver, Millsap and Horford again outperforming their expectations.
With the MLB All-Star game approaching, this can be a great time in the season to step back and look at how things are playing out. The NL West is routinely one of the most competitive divisions in baseball, and this year is no different.
There has been lots of confusion lately about collectible NFL helmets manufactured by Riddell. Virtually all images on the web currently show the "old" helmets that had the Riddell name on the front bumper and often on the chinstrap. This is the helmet consumers expect to receive. They are often surprised when the helmet they purchase arrives and it's different than the picture because it doesn't have the Riddell name on it.
The SEC was a lot deeper than most thought they would be. With 8 teams playing in the post season, 5 in the NCAA tournament and 3 in the NIT, the teams truly showed that the SEC is back on the map as a power in college basketball. The NIT features Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, and Alabama. The NCAA tournament will feature Kentucky, Arkansas, LSU, Georgia, and Ole Miss. It was certainly a good season for the SEC.
American football continues to be one of the most popular professional sports in the world thanks to the millions of people who faithfully watch it, and the billions of dollars they faithfully spend on everything from tickets and cable subscriptions to Fantasy Football.
Deciphering the Numbers: Who's the Greatest NFL Quarterback Ever? If you purely looked at the numbers, the three quarterbacks that most of us feel are in the running for best quarterback ever, may not necessarily be at the top. So many great quarterbacks have thrown for so many yards, played in so many games, thrown so many touchdowns, but the true measure of greatness in any sport is winning. Winning is why the game is played.
DeflateGate will tarnish the legacy of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and this year's Super Bowl.
If you've been following the NBA for a while, then you know today's professional basketball game-especially at the point guard position-feels very different than it did a few years ago. Rules have shifted so that referees now crack down on excessive hand checks at the guard position, which allows for more freedom of movement, imagination, and athleticism to grace the point guard position than in preceding years.
The Bowl season got off to a good start for the SEC. South Carolina played and beat Miami (FL) in a very close game. South Carolina got the SEC East started with a good bowl year. Texas A&M then beat West Virginia in a shoot out. Texas A&M may end up improving by a lot next year with a year's worth of experience under their quarterbacks belt. Arkansas then man-handled Texas. Arkansas made a big leap this season and looks to contend in the SEC West next season.
We will start with the bowl games. South Carolina will play the University of Miami(FL) in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl. Miami is a pretty decent team, but I believe if you give Steve Spurrier this much time to prepare for one team, he will win it. I see USC by 10. Texas A&M plays West Virginia in the Autozone Liberty Bowl. A&M played like a top 25 team much of the season, but played down to other competition at times. Western Virginia is a decent team, but I think that A&M will win this one in a shoot out by 7.
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