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7 Reasons the Eagles Will Beat the Saints Tonight

7 Reasons the Eagles Will Beat the Saints Tonight

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1. DeSean Jackson, Nick Foles, LeSean McCoy Beware the Birds: The @Eagles are the 1st team with a 100+ passer rating QB, a 1,600+ yd RB and a 1,300+ yd... read more

NFL Playoff Power Rankings: Round One

NFL Playoff Power Rankings: Round One

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1. Seattle Seahawks – This team boasts many strong spots: A tough secondary, a quarterback who can improvise big-plays, and the loudest home fans in the NFL. I wouldn’t be... read more

Does the Culture of Hockey Encourage Over-Aggression?

Does the Culture of Hockey Encourage Over-Aggression?

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Aggression has been part of hockey for as long as I can remember. Whether it’s body-checking or pushing in the corner, there’s aggression. Some of that aggression can go a... read more

What’s Wrong With The Dallas Cowboys?

What’s Wrong With The Dallas Cowboys?

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Yesterday evening was the last game of the 2013 NFL regular season. It featured the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys — bitter rivals — in what was a game... read more

Sports Tips for Your Children

Sports Tips for Your Children

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It’s almost every father’s dream to see their child play on their first sport’s team. Regardless of whether or not they end up playing long term, just to see their... read more


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7 Signs That You are a Sports Parent Snob

7 Signs That You are a Sports Parent Snob

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It’s easy to point the finger at other parents and say that they are the problem, because most people who are snobbish about their kids are totally unaware of it.... read more

2013 NFL Week 16 Power Rankings

2013 NFL Week 16 Power Rankings

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1) Seattle Seahawks (12-2) – Arguably one of the best secondaries in the NFL had a field day with Eli Manning, picking him off 5-times. 2) Denver Broncos (11-3) –... read more

Second-Guessing Managers and General Managers

Second-Guessing Managers and General Managers

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This past summer, I was watching the Toronto Blue Jays baseball game and there were some questionable decisions made by the manager. (Note: questionable in that they didn’t really make... read more

2013 NFL Week 15 Recap

2013 NFL Week 15 Recap

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San Diego’s 27-20 win over Denver made them 7-7 and still postseason-eligible, while Denver (11-3) is now deadlocked with Kansas City for the AFC’s best W-L mark. Ryan Matthews rushed... read more

What Do You Do When You’re THAT Much Better Than The Competition?

What Do You Do When You’re THAT Much Better Than The Competition?

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The Miami Heat have won the last two NBA championships and they’ve been to the finals for the last three years (losing in Game 7 of the finals before winning... read more

2013 NFL Week 15 Power Rankings

2013 NFL Week 15 Power Rankings

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1. Denver Broncos (11-2) – Despite being down going into half-time, the Broncos put up a plethora of points in the second and won big against the Tennessee Titans. 2.... read more

2013 NFL Week 14 Recap

2013 NFL Week 14 Recap

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The day after his Texans lost their eleventh straight, head coach Gary Kubiak was relieved of his duties and Wade Phillips was named as interim coach. Jacksonville’s 27-20 victory was... read more

What do Ejected Coaches and Parents Have in Common?

What do Ejected Coaches and Parents Have in Common?

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No sports parent enjoys watching his child’s coach get ejected from the game. We either feel embarrassed for him or angry that he let his team down. My own husband,... read more

NFL Week 14 Power Rankings

NFL Week 14 Power Rankings

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1. Seattle Seahawks (11-1) – The Seahawks primetime matchup against the New Orleans Saints is a scary sign of things to come for other NFC playoff teams that may have... read more

How You Can Be an Objective Sports Parent…. or Not

How You Can Be an Objective Sports Parent…. or Not

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Sports parents are not objective observers. Let’s be honest about this, okay? We think that our kid can do no wrong or very little wrong. We insist that it’s not... read more