Thursday, October 23, 2014

Ref Guru’s 2014 Week 7 Re-view, Week 8 Pre-view and Overall In-side View

(By David Grant)

Who’s hot: Flying high over the desert in the deep southwest are the first place Arizona Cardinals. The Palmer-led Cardinals are alone in the NFC West with a 5-1 record and have a two-game lead over the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks. They are entering what may be the toughest part of their schedule, but if they stay healthy, the RedBirds are going to challenge for a playoff spot. Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray. For an NFL record seventh time, he rushed for 100+ yards in Dallas’ win over division rival New York. Murray, a third-round pick out of Oklahoma in the 2011 draft, broke the consecutive-game 100 yard rushing record previously held by Hall of Famer Jim Brown.

Clutch Chronicles: For Sure, Unsure, and Crazy Picks, Part 2

(By Brandon Meyers)

Clutch Chronicles is back with another week of sports predictions. Giving you everything from “For Sure” picks to “Unsure” and downright “Crazy” ones for this week’s NFL, MLB, and NBA (actually take place Tuesday) games. We don’t condone gambling, but here are some predictions if you decide not to listen to us.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

It's Crunch Time

(By Franklin Lee)

The season is almost over, and it’s crunch time for all the teams. Teams are trying to keep players healthy heading into this year’s playoff picture.

The week started out with New England winning on the road against Houston 2-1. Lee Nguyen scored a brace for the Revs. This was Houston’s head coach’s last home game, as he has been hired to be the new head coach of the San Jose Quakes starting next season. Portland and Real Salt Lake fought to a tough 0-0 draw in Portland. The big Canadian matchup between Toronto and Montreal ended in a 1-1 draw.

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