[caption id="attachment_18631" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Jason Miller/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Indians Manager Terry Francona and Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle Named NL Manager of The Year : After taking over two once-proud baseball clubs, Terry Francona and Clint Hurdle would both be named Manager of the Year in both the American and National leagues. Francona, who won two World Series titles with the Boston Red Sox, led the Cleveland Indians to the
With week one behind them, the Cleveland Browns look to go on the road to try to steal a division game against the favored Baltimore Ravens. After being outplayed and out-coached against the Miami Dolphins, the Browns need to head into this game with a clear and focused game plan. The Ravens, coming off their opening loss to the Broncos, must be peeved heading into Sunday. Here is what Baltimore brings to
It’s that time of year again. Tonight is when the 2013 NFL regular season officially kicks off, pitting the defending champions the Baltimore Ravens who start the season on the road and face Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. With a significant advantage on offense, defense and passing as the Broncos finished the 2012 season in the top five of each category and the Ravens didn't place in the top
The “Top Five” is an ongoing article breaking down every NFL team’s top 5 best fantasy football options. Today’s team: Houston Texans 1. Arian Foster- RB After a spectacular 2012 season, Arian Foster remains in the argument as the guy to be taken in any fantasy draft after Adrian Peterson. Stated to be taken off the PUP list (according to espn.com) any day now, Foster has pledged to bounce back
When a team develops a superstar and it’s time to renegotiate a new contract, a team is paying for what they believe a player can contribute going forward and sometimes you have to go against public opinion and let the player leave. This past offseason, the Buffalo Bills made a smart decision letting guard Andy Levitre leave via free agency to the Tennessee Titans for a six-year, $46.8 million deal.
When the Baltimore Ravens enter the start of 2013 NFL regular season, they’ll be attempting to become just ninth team to repeat as Super Bowl champions. In an offseason where the Ravens have had to replace nine starters, the team has plenty of work to do before it can once again be considered a championship contender. The Ravens traded away WR Anquan Boldin (49ers), lost FS Ed Reed (Texans), SS
Thursday morning the Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with former Baltimore Ravens veteran strong safety Bernard Pollard to a one-year deal. Pollard is the one of the most fearsome hitters in the NFL. As he led the Ravens in tackles in 2012 with 98 while also recording two sacks and one interception. He plays with a physical intensity at 6'1" and 228 pounds. In his career he has registered 584 tackles, nine sacks, nine interceptions and 13 forced fumbles so