NFL Playoff Pick’em

NFL Playoff Pick’em

By Kyle Soppe   A solid week last week sets the stage for an intriguing quartet of NFL games. Here is a preview of how each team can win this weekend, as well as my picks. New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers Why the Saints could win: They have the most statistically impressive QB […]

Wild Card Weekend

We start the 2012 NFL playoffs with four games that should all be entertaining. The AFC games figure to be running and defense oriented while the NFC games look to be QB oriented, where the team with the ball last may win. Here’s a quick preview of Saturday’s and Sunday’s games, and what each team has to do to win…

World Series – Tale of the Tape

The upstart Cardinals will benefit from home field advantage for the first time in this postseason, thanks in large part to Prince Fielder’s All Star game HR…

Opening Day: Saints @ Packers

The last two Super Bowl champions meet up in a stand-alone Thursday night game to open the 2011-2012 NFL season. Both teams have high expectations this year and the winner of this game gains the early leg up in the race for NFC home field advantage…

Diamondbacks @ Giants – Tale of the Tape

The NL West wasn’t supposed to be like this. The defending champion Giants would pitch their way to an easy playoff berth, and then rely on the pitching of Tim Lincecum and Matt Cain to guide them to the promise land…

Red Sox @ Rangers – Tale of the Tape

They both rank in the top 3 in the MLB in team batting, runs scored, home runs, extra base hits, and OPS. The runs scored draw attention and grab headlines, but the depth of their pitching rotations will be what makes them tough to beat in October…