Monthly Archives: January 2018

The All-Star Game’s Search For Improvement

The All-Star game was known at one point in time as a show of skills between the conferences. You would have players like Michael Jordan and Isaiah Thomas representing the East versus players like Magic Johnson and David Robinson representing the West. The competition on the court would be staggering as both sides would go...
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Mike Tomlin Should Not Be Going Anywhere

Mike Tomlin was not expected to be a head coach when he was named the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers back in 2007. In fact, it was an interview via the Rooney Rule that allowed for him to even have that opportunity to interview for the position. It was then that Pittsburgh knew they...
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Ken Norton Jr. Takes Over The Seattle Defense

The Seattle Seahawks had a season that is atypical of their last few seasons. After continually being in contention for the playoffs and a team mentioned as a Super Bowl contender, the Seahawks were anything but that this season. The offense could not find a consistent running game, injuries crept into their secondary and things...
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Le’Veon Bell Lays Down The Challenge

Le'Veon Bell is one of the most talented running backs in the NFL. His style of running, which consists of patience, quickness, acceleration and strength is of the most unique styles of running in the NFL. Despite his squabbles with the Steelers organization and his temporary holdout, the star running back still ran for over...
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