Saturday, November 22, 2014

Sports Briefs: In 2014, I'm Thankful For . . .

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Joe: I am thankful that I live in a free country where I can worship God without persecution.

Chris: I’m thankful for Manchester City and the San Antonio Spurs winning trophies this year, marking the first time in my life two of my favorite teams have won their respective leagues in the same year, which seemed a reasonable enough excuse to go around the neighborhood looting stores and setting other people’s mailboxes on fire.

Ralphie: I'm thankful for baseball because it's the best sport in the world.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Ref Guru’s 2014 Week 11 Re-view, Week 12 Pre-view and Overall In-side View

(By David Grant)

Who’s hot: The Cle . . . no, wait . . . the New Orl . . . oops, no . . . the Denv . . . no, check that, the Phila . . . no, not them either. It’s the Green Bay Packers! Two 50-point games in two weeks and the new R-E-L-A-X-ed version of the Green and Gold are rolling. #doublecheck that. How about J.J. Watt #99doesitall and Adam Vinatieri #justkickit.

Who’s not: The New Orleans Saints #superdopes. Breaking news: Bengals ask for 16-game schedule against the Saints for the 2015 season. But Goodell against it, based on new domestic violence policy.

Clutch Chronicles: 2014 Battle for Obscurity

(By Brandon Meyers)

As we speak, as I type this, there are still two winless teams in the NFL and NBA. As of right now (8:23 p.m. EST, Wednesday), each team (Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia 76ers) is 0-10. Philly is currently down 52-50 to a 3-6 Boston Celtics team, and both winless teams are battling it out for the least important sports team of the season.

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