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The Second Round Kicker Who Couldn’t Cut It-And Why That Doesn’t Even Matter

By Eduardo Monk Jr. It was only but a season ago when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the Florida State star Roberto Aguayo was the highest drafted kicker in the NFL since 2005 with Mike Nugent and the New York... Continue Reading →

The Next Cities In Line: NHL Edition

  By Eduardo Monk Jr Sports leagues are places driven by the growth and the quality of their rosters, whether it be more cities added and awarded franchises or the names on those teams growing in national spotlight and general... Continue Reading →

The Next Cities In Line: MLB Edition

    By Eduardo Monk Jr. Sports leagues are places driven by the growth and the quality of their rosters, whether it be more cities added and awarded franchises or the names on those teams growing in national spotlight and... Continue Reading →

The Next Cities In Line: MLS Edition

  By Eduardo Monk Jr. Sports leagues are places driven by the growth and the quality of their rosters, whether it be more cities added and awarded franchises or the names on those teams growing in national spotlight and general... Continue Reading →

The Next Cities In Line: NFL Edition

  By Eduardo Monk Jr. Sports leagues are places driven by the growth and the quality of their rosters, whether it be more cities added and awarded franchises or the names on those teams growing in national spotlight and general... Continue Reading →

The Next Cities In Line: NBA Edition

  By Eduardo Monk Jr.   Sports leagues are places driven by the growth and the quality of their rosters, whether it be more cities added and awarded franchises or the names on those teams growing in national spotlight and... Continue Reading →

Buy or Sell? Tigers Edition

Joseph Beaudet At 45-54, the Tigers are sitting 7 games out of the second AL Wild Card spot, and 8.5 out of the AL Central lead. The Central is actually one of the tighter divisions in baseball though, and with... Continue Reading →

What To Do With Kyrie Irving: LeBron James Edition

By Eduardo Monk Jr   Yeah, yeah, I know, I already wrote this same article only days ago. But if you have forgotten, we are in a dead spot for sports. Baseball has some bustling trade rumors and the NFL... Continue Reading →

What To Do With Kyrie Irving

By Eduardo Monk Jr Folks, it’s official. This has been the greatest offseason the NBA has ever seen. Are the basketball gods apologizing for something? Are they getting bored of the NBA in its current state? Have we just been... Continue Reading →

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