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NFC East Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

Here is a look at players on each NFC East team that will be vital to their team's success this season
NFC East Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

After only producing one playoff team last season, the NFC East will be looking for a better outcome this year. The top two teams finished with mirror records of the bottom two, as they look to close the gap between them. There is certainly room for improvement among all the teams, as the Cowboys look to take the division for the second straight year.

 

Everything You Know About Georgia Tech is Wrong. Just Ask Paul Johnson

The Yellow Jackets coach defies the doubters after another banner season
Everything You Know About Georgia Tech is Wrong. Just Ask Paul Johnson

First things first: Don’t call it the “triple option.” The offense’s modern author will correct you.

 

No Pressure: LSU's Season Will Hinge on Quarterbacks

LSU expects a stout run game and stifling defense. QBs are the missing piece again.
No Pressure: LSU's Season Will Hinge on Quarterbacks

The Johnny Manziel Circus came to Baton Rouge in late November 2013 promising all sorts of offensive fireworks.

Phillies' Manager Ryne Sandberg Resigns

With the worst record in baseball, the Phillies will now be without their manager.

The Phillies have baseball’s worst record with no sign of improvement. And now they’ll be without Hall of Fame manager Ryne Sandberg. After replacing Charlie Manuel as the manager late in the 2013 season, he became the permanent manager later in the year. However, the team has struggled over his tenure, going 119-159, finishing in last place in his only full season.

 

Derek Jeter Celebrates Birthday Away From Baseball, But Not Media

Derek Jeter finally gets to celebrate his birthday away from baseball, but that doesn't mean people stopped caring about him.

After finishing his storied career in 2014, Derek Jeter is finally celebrating his birthday without baseball, probably for the first time since he was a teenager. Jeter has stepped outside the public’s view since his retirement, as he often tried to avoid during his career. Now, however, he finally has the ability to enjoy life outside the limelight.

 

Golden Nugget Releases Lines for 2015 College Football Games of Year

The sportsbook has released lines for top games.
Golden Nugget Releases Lines for 2015 College Football Games of Year

The 2015 college football season is still a ways off, but the preview and look ahead to the upcoming year never stops.

 

On Friday, Golden Nugget sportsbook released odds on several key games for the upcoming year.

 

According to BettingMoves.com, Alabama, Auburn, LSU and USC are favored in nine of the games listed by the Golden Nugget.

 

ESPYS Nominee, Ohio State Wrestler Logan Stieber Deserves One More Victory

The four-time national champion should walk away with the award for "Best Male College Athlete."
ESPYS Nominee, Ohio State Wrestler Logan Stieber Deserves One More Victory

The good people over at ESPN have released the online ballots for the annual ESPY Awards — the only true all-encompassing awards show in sports. As always, I voted. As always, I took it seriously — even if the show itself doesn't always do the same. 

 

Knicks Fans, Including Stephen A Smith, Criticize Draft Pick

The New York Knicks took Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth pick, surprising many.

The New York Knicks surprisingly drafted Latvian forward Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth pick in the NBA Draft, prompting boos from the Knicks fans in attendance. New Yorkers have a long history of booing their teams, especially against the Jets in the NFL Draft. With one of the worst records last year, they were in line to have their pick of high-caliber athletes to build the future.

 

Ohio State and Michigan State Could Both Make College Football Playoff in 2015

Connor Cook could lead his team to the Playoff this fall.
Buckeyes, Spartans Give Big Ten Shot at Two Playoff Teams

There is a lot of moving and shaking happening in the Big Ten these days.

 

On the field, this league has taken a lot of flack over the years (particularly from the South) about how slow the game is played in the Midwest.

 

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