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Milwaukee Bucks Fire Jason Kidd As Team Fails To Show Progress

The Milwaukee Bucks (23-22) announced today the firing of head coach Jason Kidd. Assistant coach Joe Prunty, who is expected to be named the interim coach, will be in charge of the team tonight when they host the Phoenix Suns. According to a statement from Bucks general manager Jon Horst, the team needs “a fresh approach and a change in leadership to continue elevating the …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 22nd, 2018 Leave a comment »

Jags Defense Will Try To Stop Brady From Reaching 8th Super Bowl

The AFC Championship game is back in New England again as the Jacksonville Jaguars travel to Massachusetts to face the Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.  This is the seventh consecutive time that the Patriots make it to this instance and the third time in the last four seasons that the game is held at Gillette Stadium. In fact, the Patriots have …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 19th, 2018 Leave a comment »

NFC: Success Of Pass Game Will Determine Who Reaches Super Bowl

With the NFC Championship game featuring two outstanding rushing defenses, it will be up to the quarterbacks of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings to determine who advances to the Super Bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles will once again be a home-team underdog as the Minnesota Vikings come to Lincoln Financial Field for the NFC title game on Sunday. The …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 18th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Djokovic Should Beat Montfils In Second Round Of Aussie Open

Novak Djokovic has breezed into the second round of the Australian Open and now his opponent will be the Frenchman Gael Monfils. In the last round, Djokovic won over American Donald Young (6-1, 6-2, 6-4) in a very solid display where he never looked in danger. Monfils also won in straight sets but he wasn’t as dominant as he won …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 17th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Pirates Deal McCutchen To S.F Giants, Cole To Houston Astros

The San Francisco Giants have made a deal to get Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen, who is in the last year of his contract. McCutchen became the second star dumped by Pittsburgh in three days. Bucs’ ace Gerrit Cole was traded to the Houston Astros on Saturday. McCutchen, one of baseball’s biggest stars and a fan favorite for years in Pittsburgh, …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 16th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Mike Mularkey and Titans Part Ways Despite Historic Season

A new head coaching vacancy opened in Nashville after the Tennessee Titans and Mike Mularkey agreed to part ways this morning as they were unable to come to an agreement about the best way to move forward with the team. Despite having played in their first divisional round game since 2003 and having defeated the Kansas City Chiefs for their …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 15th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Vikings Must Rush And Rattle Drew Brees To Beat Saints

A game of division winners takes place on Sunday as The Minnesota Vikings (13-3), Champions of the NFC North, host the New Orleans Saints (12-5), winners of the NFC South, at U.S Bank Stadium in the second NFL divisional round matchup of the day. During the first game that both teams played in week one this season, the Vikings defeated …

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by Clayton Overly on January 12th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Pats Will Beat The Titans Despite Their Struggles Against The Run

The New England Patriots (13-3) host the Tennessee Titans (10-7) on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro for the day’s AFC Divisional matchup. To win this game the Patriots will look to attack the Titans with a heavy dose of Tom Brady to Gronkowski, especially after it was evident how bad the Titans defense was at stopping the Chiefs’ …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 11th, 2018 Leave a comment »

Gruden Back To Settle Unfinished Business as Raiders Coach

The Oakland Raiders on Tuesday officially introduced Jon Gruden as their new head coach at a unique press conference in Alameda, California. Media and former players (some Hall of Famers among them) gathered at the team facility to witness the return of Gruden to the Silver and Black after spending nine years in the broadcast booth with ESPN. Gruden pointed …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 10th, 2018 Leave a comment »

True Freshmen Carry ‘Bama To Shocking OT Win Against Georgia

The Alabama Crimson Tide is the champion of college football once again after a superb 26-23 comeback win in the National Championship game against the Georgia Bulldogs on the last play of the game. The shocking result was possible thanks to the spectacular play from their true freshmen, especially the quarterback, who came off the bench to pull off the …

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by Darryl Gershon on January 9th, 2018 Leave a comment »