Picking Opponents Isn’t New; Canelo Sets Path

Picking Opponents Isn’t New; Canelo Sets Path

In all we do on Earth, WE get to choose the path we walk. Picking opponents isn’t new in any non-team sport. But for all choices there are consequences. And in sports, that is nonstop Monday morning quarterbacking. Canelo Avarez along with his team led by Eddy Reynoso have chosen the path they want to […]

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 The NFL Hall of Fame Is Turning Into a Joke

The NFL Hall of Fame Is Turning Into a Joke

The Purpose of the Hall of Fame The NFL Hall of Fame was created as a memorial to football’s greatest individuals. Those could of course include players and coaches. Others might be team owners, general managers, media announcers, and countless other contributors to this wonderful sport. It seemed like an obvious idea to dedicate a […]

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 LeSean McCoy Belongs in the Hall of “Very Good”

LeSean McCoy Belongs in the Hall of “Very Good”

LeSean McCoy is one of the best running backs of the 2010s. Despite his last two seasons, there’s no denying his past greatness. A second-round pick in 2009, he’s accumulated exactly 15,000 all-purpose yards, 89 touchdowns, six pro-bowls, and two first-team all-pros in his 12-year career. LeSean finished the 2013 season as the leagues leading […]

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 David Wright Is a Hall of Famer

David Wright Is a Hall of Famer

You read the title, and you may think “he’s just a Mets homer”. Well I’m here to burst that bubble. I am a diehard Yankees fan who loves laughing at the little brother Mets and their misfortunes. Luis Castillo is my favorite Met of all time and it’s not even close. In their lifetime the […]

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 2021 NASCAR Hall Of Fame Class

2021 NASCAR Hall Of Fame Class

Friday Night we had another class inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. You seen the likes of Tony Stewart, Joe Gibbs, Bobby Labonte, Weddell Wilson and the late Buddy Baker. Each and everyone of these men have contributed to the sport in unimaginable ways. With that being said Its never to early to have […]

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 Dwight Howard: The Most Dominant Center of the 2000’s

Dwight Howard: The Most Dominant Center of the 2000’s

There was a point in time when Dwight Howard was one of the best centers in the NBA. During his eight year stint with Orlando, there was not a more intimidating defender across the league. After an ill-advised move to Los Angeles, however, Dwight’s career took a nose dive. Seven years and five teams later, […]

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