Archive For December 27, 2017

What happened to Francisco Lindor, Jose Ramirez and the Cleveland Indians’ offense in the ALDS?

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For the second Cleveland Indians Jerseys straight postseason, the Indians couldn’t close the deal. They lost three straight to the Cubs in the World Series last year after having a 3-1 lead. On Wednesday night, they lost their third straight game to the Yankees after having a 2-0 lead in the AL Division Series. A…

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Eagles are on the clock to adjust to life without Carson Wentz

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The good news about the Philadelphia Eagles jerseys clinching the top seed throughout the NFC East playoffs is that they have three weeks to prepare for their next meaningful game. The bad news is that three weeks doesn’t seem like nearly enough time, given what’s happened to their offense since quarterback Carson Wentz was lost…

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Cowboys hope Ezekiel Elliott’s return goes better than Aaron Rodgers’s

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For the second straight weekend, a major Cheap Jerseys NFL star returns to the field after an extended absence, hoping to help his team make an unlikely push into the NFC playoffs. Last Sunday, it was Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers coming back from a broken collarbone. This Sunday, it’s Dallas Cowboys running back…

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Altuve named Astros’ MVP by Houston BBWAA

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It should come as Houston Astros jerseys no surprise that the American League MVP Award winner was also his team’s MVP, as Jose Altuve took home the honor from the Houston chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Altuve’s latest MVP win led a full list of awards honoring the best of the World…

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LeBron James: I want to ‘break the mold’ of a players’ prime ending early

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As Cavaliers star LeBron James Jerseys continues to rack up numbers in another potential MVP season, the future Hall of Famer acknowledges he is playing for something more than just another individual trophy at this point in his career. But when discussing the possibility of winning another MVP award in his 15th season prior to…

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Dak Prescott Has No Fear When It Comes to Running the Football

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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz tore his ACL trying to score a touchdown on Sunday. Now, the team with the NFC’s best Cheap Jerseys record is no longer a Super Bowl favorite because their quarterback is out for the season. Wentz’s injury, though, should have no impact on Dak Prescott’s approach to the Cowboys’ game…

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The Patriots should be fine without Rob Gronkowski

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For just about Rob Gronkowski Jerseys any other team, losing a player like Rob Gronkowski would be a fatal blow. The New England Patriots don’t even seem to miss him. People love to hate the Patriots, and their ability to shake off Gronkowski’s missed games should add to that. No other team can lose stars…

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Tom Brady sets new standard for 40-year-old quarterbacks

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The list New England Patriots Jerseys of quarterbacks who have had success after their 40th birthday isn’t a long one, with Tom Brady in the midst of a 2017 season that is setting a new standard. In more ways than one, it’s the same old Brady. Brady’s MVP-caliber year sparked a question to New England…

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Tyrann Mathieu’s return to Honey Badger almost complete

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Tyrann Mathieu Jerseys knows what the people want from him, but the Arizona Cardinals’ prized safety also knows what he has been giving them. They want highlight-reel-worthy interceptions, big hits on receivers across the middle and sacks off edge blitzes. They want Mathieu chasing down receivers to strip the ball. They want to see Mathieu…

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Jason Witten Shoots Down Rumors He’ll Leave Cowboys to Become Tennessee Coach

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Dallas Cowboys jerseys Tennessee is still looking for its next football coach, but Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is not considering taking the job. “Coaching is something I can see myself [doing] down the road, having one of those opportunities,” Witten said Monday, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com. “But right now I’m all in with…

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