Monthly Archives: February 2018

Why the Kansas City Chiefs Front Office Isn’t Crazy after Their Recent Roster Moves

The Kansas City Chiefs just traded their two-time Pro Bowl CB in Marcus Peters to the Los Angeles Rams. While the trade cannot be finalized officially until March 14th, rumors started swirling a week or two ago about a potential Marcus Peters trade, but nobody bought into the idea that it would actually happen. Yet here we are. In the

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Top Ten: Memorable Moments from the 2017 MLB Season

The 2017 Major League Baseball season was a memorable one. There were many moments that made us excited, emotional, and shocked. We’re going to look back at the top ten moments from the 2017 season. 10. Chad Bettis’ comeback from cancer.  Before the 2017 season, Rockies’ pitcher Chad Bettis was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He would have to get chemotherapy

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Bubble Watch – Which Teams Will Be Dancing on Selection Sunday

Brace yourselves, Selection Sunday is just under four weeks out. As is sits right now, the NCAA Selection Committee has determined that the top 16 teams in the field of 68 are: Virginia Villanova Xavier Purdue Auburn Kansas Duke Cincinnati Clemson Texas Tech Michigan State North Carolina Tennessee Ohio State Arizona Oklahoma Numbers 1-4 are the One Seeds, 5-8 are

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Why Josh McDaniels Rejected the Head Coaching Job for the Colts

Yesterday, the Indianapolis Colts announced that they hired Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels to become their head coach. Later in the day, Josh McDaniels decided to not accept the deal and will stay in New England. People are shocked and angry. Especially people in Indianapolis. It’s weird that Josh McDaniels decided to not accept the job. Could Bill Belichick be retiring

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Patriots to the Pit of Misery – Eagles top Pats to win Super Bowl 52

Minneapolis, Minnesota– Finally. The New England Patriots lost. The Philadelphia Eagles top the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl 52 to capture their first ever Super Bowl title. Tom Brady and Co. still put up over 600 yards of total offense and still found a way to lose. Former back up QB, and current starter for the Eagles, Nick

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