If one thing has been made clear through seven weeks of NFL action, it's that a lot of teams are disasters at the quarterback position. In fact, the St. Louis Rams are in such disarray that they reached out to Brett Favre's agent to see if he'd be interested in playing for them. Would you like to see Favre come back?
With Week 8 in the NFL about to begin, multiple teams have quarterback situations that are in extreme disarray. The season isn't even at its halfway point, yet there are six teams that could arguably use the services of Tim Tebow. Should one of those teams sign him?
The Miami Heat have reached the last three NBA Finals, winning back-to-back championships in the last two seasons. That begs the question: can the Heat become the first team since the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls to win three consecutive titles?
After a 162-game regular season and some thrilling postseason action, the World Series is finally upon us. This year, the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox have the honor of battling for Major League Baseball's crown. But who will win it all?
Sam Bradford was tabbed as the next big thing in the NFL when he was drafted first overall before the 2010 season. However, he has been anything but that after over three seasons in the league, and is out for the remainder of this season with a torn ACL. Is Bradford one of the biggest busts in NFL draft history?
Oregon is by far the most stylish team in college football. The Ducks, thanks to Nike, have a mind-blowing number of uniform combinations, each more eye-catching than the next. Now, the team has focused its attention on wearing a uniform for a cause, as it plans on sporting pink shoes, socks and helmets to raise funds for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Do you like Oregon's new look?
After six games each, Alabama and Oregon have separated themselves as the two best teams in college football, with each squad tearing through its schedule thus far. But which team is the best college football has to offer: the Crimson Tide or the Ducks?
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub went down with an ankle injury in the team's Week 6 loss to the St. Louis Rams. Instead of receiving a sympathetic reaction from the crowd at Reliant Stadium, the injury was cheered, as was Schaub's replacement, T.J. Yates. Is it ever okay to cheer for an injury in sports?
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