Friday, December 30, 2011

It seems like only yesterday we were fretting over whether there would even be a 2011 NFL season. We got one, and somehow it's already just about finished.

With Week 16 in the books, it is about time to start taking a long hard look at the playoffs.

There are only a few berths left to decide, so Week 17 will be mostly about positioning. The upcoming playoff picture is an interesting one no matter how you look at it, with the Detroit Lions in their first postseason since 1999 and the Houston Texans in their first since—ever.

Between the 12 teams in the playoffs, there are a few possible matchups that should be on everyone's holiday wish list, along with a throng of games that would cause the salivation of NFL fans everywhere.

Here they are.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/997736-the-2012-nfl-playoff-wishlist

A Bleacher Report list of the potential playoff matchups for this season that would make for some classic games. Written by Jake Silver



Posted on Friday, December 30, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Thanks for the post from Al Mills

Saving money has become a game in our house and it’s actually been a lot of fun. The kids don’t necessarily understand why they’ve had to give up so many of their favorite things but they’re participating and it’s actually helping us get by paycheck to paycheck right now until my husband’s able to find a new job. I love him to death but it was hard on all of us when he got laid off last year and we’ve been working to recover ever since. We sold the second car and looked for some good dish deals so we wouldn’t disrupt the kids’ lifestyle too much and I know we’ve cut back on our general shopping and whatnot. I know that my husband feels bad he can’t do more but at the end of the day he’s a wonderful man and I’m so proud of what all he’s been able to accomplish for us. It won’t be long before we get back on our feet and I’m sure of it!

Posted on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, December 23, 2011

The New York Post's depiction of the battle for New York. Has Eli Manning ever looked this goofy??

Posted on Friday, December 23, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Obviously for the 2011 Houston Texans, playing the lowly Cleveland Browns in November was not much of a test.

That didn't mean that All-Pro linebacker Brian Cushing was playing with any less of his usual firey demeanor. Clearly he doesn't like any "Big Fat F*ck" that tries to take him on.

The major question we have to ask, is what possessed this guy to TAKE OFF HIS HELMET? To prove he's just that awesome?

A year or two ago we'd have said roid-rage.

Posted on Thursday, December 22, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, December 16, 2011

While most fans cling to their couches in preparation of their favorite team's games, there are those who get just as vicious an adrenaline rush by placing their own wager regarding the score or final outcome.

Not only has sports betting become an integral part of society, but it's begun to play a significant role in the sports world itself. For the deprived fans of losing teams and the expectant diehards of prolific franchises, betting has become a serious aspect of every game.

It's safe to say that those who have an affinity for betting on the NFL can get their fix from sportsbettingspot.com. With accurate spreads and justified moneylines, fans can properly execute any bet.

Betting may seem like a risky chance to some, but it's a worthy activity for most. For casual fans, betting can present a reason to watch the game or an intriguing extra element for any matchup. For the hardcore fans in sports, betting can act as an expected profit or an added incentive to care.

As betting takes over the world of sports, fans will continue to study their teams, research the expected matchups and place their wagers.

It's only a matter of time before fans can automatically place a bet by clicking the remote.

Posted on Friday, December 16, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, December 15, 2011


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/982446-10-funniest-nfl-player-interviews-everA listing of the funniest NFL Interviews of all time, complete with Steve Smith's rules and regulations and Jared Allen's mullet!

Posted on Thursday, December 15, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

JZSports Week 15 Blitz Predictions 12/14 by jzsports | Blog Talk Radio

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Sunday, December 11, 2011












Here we are people. The major crossroads for the New York Giants and New York Jets. Both of our city's teams need to scrape out a win today to keep their destinies in their own hands.

The Jets have the favorable game against the Kansas City Chiefs, though the Chiefs are now firmly settled into the spoiler role after upsetting the Chicago Bears last weekend. A loss here would hurt badly due to the Chiefs being a conference opponent, where the Jets have not fared quite as well this season as they have against NFC teams. Recent history tells us that this is right where the Jets should get hot for a playoff run, and they had better hope Mark Sanchez sticks to that formula today. Fact: Mark Sanchez and Rex Ryan have yet to miss the playoffs together.

The New York Giants' season is more on the line tonight. A loss to the division rival Cowboys while already sitting a game behind in the NFC East could seal the deal for the Giants, not to mention Tom Coughlin and his staff. Recent history tells us that this is the part of the season where the Giants start to flop. They'll have to buck that trend if they want to avoid a three-year playoff drought. Fun fact: the last time the NYG lost a game to an undefeated team 38-35....they won every following game including the Super Bowl. Another fun fact: The last time the Giants lost the season opener (also to a division rival) as they did this year, they won the Super Bowl

Since the animosity will be running high when the Football Roommates of New York meet in a clash at the Meadowlands, today is a day where Giants and Jets fans need to give some mutual support. Let's face it: if you are a fan of the Jets or Giants, you at least know somebody who is a fan of the other team.

Show some support to New York Football this week everyone. Send a text, write a status, or just be happy for a touchdown. This is a day for New York football fans to come together.


Posted on Sunday, December 11, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, December 9, 2011


Jake Silver's list of the five top candidates for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
It's pretty easy pickins this time around, as you can probably guess...but check it out for some cool highlight videos anyway!

Posted on Friday, December 09, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Surprising Trends of NHL Over/Under Scoring Lines


If you’ve ever bet on sports you know the thrill and you get why people do it. Often times you don’t even like the team you’re betting on but for the sake of your wager you cheer like it’s no ones business. The elements of a good sports bet are gathered from an array of sources. The ingredients of a typical wager generally consist of unequal portions gut instinct, expert analysis, inside tips, and a splash of greed from wanting to hit the long odds.
One realm of sports betting that has had some interesting trends lately is the Over/Under bets for NHL games. For anyone who has followed the game over the past few decades, it is clear that scoring averages have decreased since the barn-burner days of the late 80′s and early 90′s. (The graph below from QuantHockey.com demonstrates the change in scoring throughout the history of the game and its inherent changes.)
There are numerous factors that have lead to lower scoring games such as altered coaching and defensive systems, improved goaltending technique and equipment, and overall enhanced commitment to team defense.
What this all means for dedicated sports betting junkies is a lowered O/U line that has gravitated to a fairly consistent 5.5 per game.
In 2010-11 there were 5,550 total regular season goals in 1,230 games. That’s a measly 4.512 goals/game average.
With that said, we decided to delve a bit deeper to see if we could identify any trends for the 2010-11 season as well as the current 2011-12 season. What we found is quite interesting. We compared the number of games that had 6 or more goals in three different categories: Western Conference vs Western Conference games, Western Conference vs Easter Conference Games, and Eastern Conference vs Eastern Conference games.
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- The NHL season is comprised of 1230 total regular season games.
  • 960 games are with opponents from the same conference.
  • 270 games are with opponents from opposite conferences (inter-conference games)
- Each team plays an 82-game regular season schedule.
  • Each team plays 24 Intra-Division games against teams in their division.
  • Each team plays 40 games against Non-divisional, in conference opponents.
  • Each team plays 18 games against opponents outside of their conference.
Here are the statistics from the 2010-11 season. Beneath the main graph is a breakdown of the total information sorted into what happened for each day of the week.


The daily breakdown is interesting here. It seems that Wednesday and Friday night games in 2010-11 showed a spike in league-wide goal scoring and in particular the Western Conference match-ups. Tuesdays and Sundays were the only days of the week when, on average, the Eastern Conference games had more overall scoring than games in the West. Travel and varying game start times seem likely causes here (guess/speculation).
Compare that to what has transpired in the first 2 months of the current  2011-12 season.

There has been a pretty obvious shift in scoring trends here.In 2010 the Western Conference games averaged higher scores than those in the East. This year it has flipped; in a big way. The scoring is up in the East and the Western conference games are more often under 6 goals.  Meanwhile, cross-conference games have remained steady in terms of Over/Under outcomes.
It is still too early in the season to decipher any meaning from the day-by-day statistics as the sample sizes are too small. By around mid to late January there should be a clearer picture of what’s actually going on on a nightly basis around the NHL.
At this point in the season, however, we can clearly see the overall trend is headed towards a mirror image of last years results in terms of Over/Under results with a 5.5 total goal baseline.

It will be interesting to see if this continues for the duration of the season or if things revert back to last years tendencies. This analysis will be updated every 2 weeks.
How to use this for NHL Over/Under betting.
This information is useful as a baseline guide for what to expect when approaching Over/Under NHL bets but obviously each unique game has it’s own unique factors to consider. The data does not account for individual team scoring averages, starting goaltender changes, travel schedules, player injuries, or adjusted coaching strategies etc.
As stated above, the science of sports betting is comprised of many parts and you have to use whatever information you have to improve your chances of winning.
Good luck.

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Posted on Wednesday, December 07, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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This call was questionable enough...how about now? The New York Giants settled for a field goal against Green Bay after not being awarded this touchdown...they ended up losing by three. Do the math folks.

Posted on Wednesday, December 07, 2011 by Jake Silver

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JZSports' Jake and Zack bring you the predictions for all Week 14 NFL games in just 15 minutes. Tune in, see if your team is going to win!


 
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Posted on Wednesday, December 07, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Travis Beckum's awesome 64-yard touchdown to open the Giants-Packers game was a pretty phenomenal catch-and-run, and LaRod Stephens-Howling made his case with a game winning screen pass touchdown. However, when you make a catch in the NFL, and Charles Woodson gives you a pound, you deserve a little recognition.

The Giants were scrappy and stayed with the Green Bay Packers to the very end, thanks in part to Nicks' incredible one-armed grab on this corner fade in the endzone from Eli Manning, a signature pass of the Giants' quarterback.




The Giants will look to ride the momentum from their Week 13 loss-but-moral-victory against the division rival Dallas Cowboys in a titanic showdown for the NFC East.

Posted on Tuesday, December 06, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Whether these people are born with their athletic gifts or just work consistently to achieve their goals, there is no doubt that these guys are all nuts. From a human rubber band to an epic car window leap and surfing a giant wave, at least one person in this montage is bound to amaze you. They amazed us for sure.



Everything is possible by Tixald

Posted on Monday, December 05, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Saturday, December 3, 2011


A Bleacher Report piece by Jake Silver discussing the merits of bringing Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte into the MVP conversation.

Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2011 by Jake Silver

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In a play that is eerily reminiscent of what happened last year against the New Orleans Saints in the playoffs, Marshawn Lynch once again defies all odds with a mind-blowing touchdown run. This guy just cannot be brought down when he goes "Beast Mode", as he calls it.
It's a good nickname, because this beastly running back is pretty fun to watch in action.



And here is the play from the 2010/2011 Wild Card Game, in case you forgot....

Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, December 2, 2011

After a short hiatus, we are back with the JZSports weekly NFL Predictions, and of course we'll be talking a little about the suddenly upcoming NBA Season. Enjoy.


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Posted on Friday, December 02, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

In this head-scratching video, one of the tackles for Florida State University seemed to go into stasis, remaining perfectly still for the duration of the play. Despite the obvious frenzy of action going on around him, he was perfectly content to sit out the play on the field.
In a way, the feat is pretty impressive: if not for the commentary, we'd guess he was superimposed onto the replay via special effects.
Mega Botch.

Posted on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Marcell Dareus, the rookie nose tackle for the Buffalo Bills is making a strong case for himself to be named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the year.

With 7 games still left to play, Dareus has been a complete impact player on the Buffalo Bills' revitalized defense, seriously improving the level of play. The Alabama product has earned respect of offensive coordinators, and rightfully so, racking up 3.5 sacks and 26 tackles halfway through the season, sparking an anemic pass rush.

If this hulking monster only recently caught your attention, or if this is the first time you're hearing of him, here's a quick explanation as to why he is as good as he's been. ESPN's Sports Science broke down Dareus prior to the 2011 NFL Draft with a series of tests, shown below.

The surpassing of Ndamukong Suh in a particular test will shock you to the core. Just watch. You'll see.

Posted on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tired of paying outrageously exorbitant prices for apparel to represent your favorite sports team? Can you even find normal shirts or jackets of your NFL or NBA club half the time? When you do, how often is the rack full of mediums and smalls? Who says only athletes can be big and tall? Us sports fans have the right to gear that fits!

If you want to rock some gear to show your fanhood without paying hundreds of dollars for an NFL jersey, and want your purchase to actually fit, KingSize Direct can fill all of your apparel needs. Isn't that a better way to find affordable fan clothes, rather than looking on auction sites for something that might have already been worn?

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If you're looking for big and tall to rep your favorite football or basketball team (if you still like the NBA, kudos), look no further than KingSize Direct.

The best place for NFL Jerseys

Posted on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Well here's an interesting sight that you certainly don't get on a daily basis in the NFL. Buffalo Bills wide receiver David Nelson scored a touchdown in the redzone during the second quarter, a standard operation.

What he did next, will be talked about for at least the rest of this week. Running all the way down to the Dallas Cowboys' sideline, Nelson ran up to his smokin' hot girlfriend, Dallas cheerleader Kelsi Reich.

After a decidedly awkward hug, Nelson plopped the game ball in the surprised bombshell's hands and trotted off to rejoin his teammates.

We're all for the expression of true love, but did Nelson stop to think that his stunt would put his hot WAG in some hot water? She didn't look too comfortable with the situation.

WE however, thought this was hilarious!

ENJOY!!

Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Devin Hester cemented his place as the greatest return man of all time this season with a punt return against the Carolina Panthers a few weeks back.

Since then, the biggest buzz on a return play has been for Patrick Peterson's stunning OT game-winner against the St. Louis Rams Week 9. This mind-numbing play surely helped the rookie's case for Defensive Rookie of the Year.




If you think that return was slick though, have a look at this gem from Devin Hester's time at Miami...its probably safe to say none of these Duke guys got to play special teams in the NFL.
Enjoy!

Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Looking to pursue your higher education? If you're like most Americans, your responsibilities (and in this economy, finances) are keeping you from being able to realize your dream and going to school full-time.

Go to WaldenU.edu to find out how Walden University can help you further your education without sacrificing your job, responsibilities, or forcing you to travel or pay out of your nose for classes. Most importantly, Walden allows you to choose your curriculum and take the classes on your own time, its accredited programs offering comprehensive learning support materials. You'll get online lectures, access to reading materials, and the ability to view video lessons to help clarify material.

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Posted on Monday, November 07, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, October 28, 2011


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Posted on Friday, October 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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The Author of this post is Cheryl Martinez
My soon-to-be husband and I have been bogged down with details of moving in together: the new house, internet providers Kentucky, hiring a lawncare company, etc. But you know what I’m most looking forward to? A great honeymoon in Greece! I’ve never been anywhere like that before and I just can’t wait to really do it right. The plan is for us to cruise around the islands for 10 days and just sightsee and eat and really just enjoy each others’ company! I love Mark to death and I have no doubt he’s going to plan us the trip of a lifetime and you know, at the end of the day we could be camping out in the backyard and I’d just be happy we got to be together. I can’t wait to marry my best friend but I also can’t wait to go to Greece, either! I know by the time the wedding comes I’m really going to be ready for some rest and relaxation that only a cruise can bring to me…

Posted on Friday, October 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Posted on Friday, October 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Matt Forte has been playing out of his mind this season so far, to the tune of 1,091 yards from scrimmage through just 7 games (putting him atop the league).
He demonstrated his power running skills on the international stage last Sunday, putting up a killer performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This run below demonstrates his incredible vision and lateral speed, and he has two Buccaneer defenders doing their best "Angels in the Outfield" impression.

ENJOY!

Posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

If you're confused and looking for explanations on your drug coverage under medicare, look no further than this helpful guide to Medicare Part D.

Stop worrying about how you're going to get the care you need, and start living your life. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about Medicare Part D. Part D is prescription drug coverage insurance that is provided by Medicare-approved private companies.

Your membership will ensure you access to excellent coverage and products. If you are on the Medicare Advantage plan, you are already covered under part D.
Medicare part D is an terrific edition to your retirement health coverage.

Posted on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Batteryheads.com is a one-stop shop for all of your battery system needs. Whether you're looking to replace a laptop charger, Canon camera battery or buy a backup power pack for your camcorder, you'll find it here.

The TechFuel Canon battery charger is a great travel gadget that will allow you to keep your camcorder battery running hot no matter where you go. There is nothing more frustrating than being ready to take a memorable photo, while on vacation, and having the battery die on you. Nobody wants to have to worry about losing life on their camera during a precious moment. The charger will change the way you use your canon camcorder.

Batteryheads also has Canon Digital Camera battery packs in stock. Rather than always worrying whether your digital camera will have enough battery life for your next photo-worthy event, just keep a spare TechFuel battery waiting on the charger. Swap it out when you're in doubt. Never again will you have to be left without a backup plan.

BatteryHeads.com will serve your needs for electronic power sources. Never again will you have to discern between quality and price. For techies, eager family members and hopeful photographers, this is the site for you.

Posted on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, October 21, 2011

Thanks to Ron Schwartz and Silveroakcasinos.com. Enjoy.



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Posted on Friday, October 21, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, October 20, 2011



One year after posting their first non-losing season since 2003 (8-8), the Oakland Raiders seem to have more on their minds than improving to a 9-7 winning record.

Starting quarterback Jason Campbell went down on Sunday with a broken collarbone against the Browns, putting the Raiders' strong 2011 start and playoff hopes in jeopardy. After starting the season 4-2 and keeping pace with the San Diego Chargers for the AFC West, things were not looking bright with a possible Kyle Boller/Terrelle Pryor-run offense.

That's where veteran former Bengals QB Carson Palmer comes in. The Raiders traded away their 2012 first round pick and their 2013 second round pick, which becomes a first rounder if they ever actually make the AFC Championship game.

Here's the problem: Jason Campbell will be back in six weeks. What happens when he returns? An organization does not spend one-potentially two- first round picks on a fill-in quarterback.
Like it or not, the Oakland Raiders have just brought in their new franchise quarterback.

This means that Jason Campbell's tenure in Oakland is essentially done, unless he's willing to back up Carson Palmer. He has been a good Raider, of that there is no doubt, but Palmer is the better signal caller by far.

But why would the Raiders pay such a steep price? You don't shell out multiple first rounders unless you think a guy can bring you a championship...and that's a bit of a jump from eight seasons of not even making the playoffs.

Whether they intend to try and honor Al Davis with a title on the year of his death, or if they believe they have a shot at the Lombardi trophy within the next couple of seasons is anyone's guess.

One thing is certain: Palmer will have to bring them far, or heads are going to roll. This team REALLY isn't going to get any younger now.

This organization wants to "Just Win Baby". Clearly they believe Palmer can do that for them.

Sorry Jason. Maybe Seattle will give him a shot.

Posted on Thursday, October 20, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Beach Season is over, but keeping yourself in good shape is a 365-day job. There are no lockouts, no playoffs, and no breaks.

If you're like us here at JZSports, you're not just a sports fan, you like to play as well. If you want to keep yourself in top competitive shape, 90 Day Review will help you do that and more. The in depth workout from the P90X routine will get you ripped in 90 days, and includes a comprehensive diet guide to help you achieve your goals.

The 90 Day Review boxed set includes 12 DVDs, each one encompassing a different workout for a different part of your body. The progression of difficulty and muscle groups is specifically designed to maximize workout efficiency. From the flexibility and balance exercises on the "Kenpo X" DVD, to the 16 minute rage of "Ab Ripper X", 90 Day Review is guaranteed to give you the workout of your life.

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Some people use the training regimen to look good for their significant others, some for the self-satisfaction they receive when they reach their goal and others for the ultimate Beach Body that is essential for their upcoming trip to the Bahamas or the Caribbean.

This Beach Body home workout video will change lives and attitudes forever.



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Posted on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, October 17, 2011

One of Week 6's best games was the showdown of the NFC's two surprise teams: The 5-0 Detroit Lions and the 4-1 San Fransisco 49ers.

The 49ers won a nail biter at Ford Field, but it would seem that after the game, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz did not take kindly to his counterpart's behavior. You'll notice Jim Harbaugh was maybe a little more excited than your average coach, jumping up and down and delivering a forceful high-five and back slap to Schwartz.

Somehow, this action awoke Schwartz's inner Lion, and he proceeds to take off after Jim Harbaugh with confrontation on his mind.

Needless to say, Schwartz has to earn back a little respect from everybody for that display of temper. His job is to help a bunch of gigantic Man-children keep their emotions in check. This is not what we would call setting a good example.

This scuffle was no Andre Johnson vs Cortland Finnegan, but it sure is fun to watch the reactions!

Enjoy!

Posted on Monday, October 17, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Friday, October 14, 2011


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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

For those who have a unique affinity for the ocean, live and die to surf and water-ski, only one site can sufficiently satisfy their needs. Body Glove is there to supply those who love the ocean with the proper equipment to feel confident and safe.

While surfers and scuba enthusiasts have seemingly developed the skin to withstand the harsh ocean, wetsuits are always necessary to create the most aerodynamic and efficient resistance.

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Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Brought to you by the popular YouTube comedy channel Barely Political, this parody depicts a take on what it would be like if Hank Williams Jr. attempted to apologize for his interview on Fox News a few weeks ago. Needless to say, he doesn't seem too sorry here.

Enjoy!



Following the interview (during which he said Barack Obama playing golf with Joe Boehner was like Hitler playing with Netanyahu), ESPN decided to drop his song "All My Rowdy Friends" as the Monday Night Football intro. Hank Jr. claims he quit.

Barely Political is home to a plethora of pop culture and political satirical comedy segments, as well as the Webby Award winning series "Rated Awesome".

Posted on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, October 10, 2011

A slideshow for Bleacher Report, explaining the myriad reasons why Michael Vick's career with the Philadelphia Eagles will not end favorably.

Expect him to go the way of Donovan McNabb, without the Super Bowl appearance.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/887043-michael-vick-why-his-career-with-the-philadelphia-eagles-wont-have-a-happy-end

Posted on Monday, October 10, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Every sports fan loves the atmosphere of a live game, the exhilaration of a loud crowd stomping and cheering until their blood vessels pop. All music lovers yearn for a live concert, every gambler for the chance to roll the dice. The only thing standing in the way of the exciting opportunity to attend a live event is the financial difficulties.

However, acheapseat.com presents the ideal chance to save money and still do what you love. Whether it's the theater, a sports event, concerts or tickets to Las Vegas, acheapseat.com has it all.

With the hockey season starting, fans in the tri-state area may want New Jersey Devils Tickets, while those in Chicago may want Chicago Blackhawks Tickets.

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When the time is right, cheap tickets will be available. Tickets are always wanted, but cheap prices are at a premium. Here is the spot for the best.

Posted on Monday, October 10, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, October 6, 2011

In this commercial, aside from the MEGA diss (you'll see), LeBron actually wins something for once.

Despite the fact that the girl at the beginning does not properly react to winning a cool $1 million, LeBron is more than happy to win his free french fries.

Clearly, it wasn't the fourth quarter when he peeled off the sticker.

Posted on Thursday, October 06, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, October 3, 2011

This could not sum up society and the ubiquitous prejudices that exist in everyday life. The video speaks for itself. We might have to begin drinking Carlsberg. Enjoy. 

Posted on Monday, October 03, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Honestly, am I the only one who is completely sick of the Ryan family?

Rex and Rob Ryan talk more trash than teenage girls on Facebook, and to be honest it is a little ridiculous coming from two [very] fully grown men.

Rob Ryan matched and perhaps even exceeded his brother's most insane comments last week, by daring to insinuate that Calvin Johnson Jr is less talented than Dez Bryant or Miles Austin. He's referring to a guy whose nickname is 'Megatron'....seriously Rob?

When asked last week by the media how he would deal with Megatron, Rob's response was to say, “We work against better receivers with Miles Austin and Dez Bryant,” Ryan said. “They are probably two of the premier receivers in football, but this guy is right there. He’s almost that good. He’s excellent.

WHAT??

Well let's see: Calvin Johnson is a perennial Pro-Bowler, he has matched Cris Carter's record for consecutive multi-touchdown games, he is the first to do that in the opening 4 games, he is among the first 4 receivers picked in fantasy football every year...need I go on?

Johnson is a 6-foot-5, 236-pound physical freak of nature. He has a 43-inch vertical leap, and he is faster and stronger than his alleged competition on the Dallas Cowboys. 

He scored two touchdowns in the 4th quarter comeback by the Detroit Lions yesterday, and accumulated 58 of his 96 reception yards in that same quarter.

I'm sorry, has anyone ever seen Dez Bryant or Miles Austin haul in a touchdown catch in triple-coverage, AND make it look EASY?? No, I didn't think so.

Even better, the ever humble Johnson chose not to respond to Ryan, letting his play do the talking. His coach and quarterback were more than happy to step up to the plate on his behalf.
Jim Schwartz said post game: "Indulge me for a second, I am just glad that the third-best receiver on their team is on our team."

Even Jason Garrett said that Johnson is arguably the best player in the NFL, and Terrance Newman claimed it is difficult to cover a guy who "could play power forward for the Detroit Pistons." How true.

At least Rex has two consecutive AFC Championship appearances to brag about. Rob on the other hand, can just shut up now. He should stick a cheeseburger in that big mouth of his and call it a day. He's gotta gameplan the next collapse after all.

You know what they say: Empty barrels make the most noise!

Posted on Monday, October 03, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Sunday, October 2, 2011

While the World Cup continues to improve fan appreciation and bring a new throng of loyal followers, the sport of soccer still trails far behind the other major sports in player salaries. Perhaps they set a morale example, or maybe they just don't believe their players deserve to have a plethora of lavish houses and a superfluous number of vehicles in the garage, but either way they have some money to raise. Soccer has a long way to go. Check out this infographic.


Posted on Sunday, October 02, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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While it's common knowledge that breakdancing, also known as B-boying, requires immense skill and balance, it never fails to impress when seen live. The most inspiring aspect of the breakdance battle is when they hug it out at the end, following a vicious battle. Enjoy. 


Breakdance - Junior en battle by Suchablog

Posted on Sunday, October 02, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, September 30, 2011


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Thursday, September 29, 2011

NFL Week 4 Power Rankings! Check out our ranks for this week, and see where the surprise teams have ascended to, while some of the old guard have collapsed!

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/860033-nfl-power-rankings-who-is-the-nfls-real-dream-team

Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

In tough economic times, there is only one way to truly build income and wealth, and it's not as simple a process as many believe. Online investing has become the key to building family wealth and making sure their will always be green paper in the present and the future.

Firstrade is not only a leading online investment firm that offers products and tools to help investors secure and control their financial future, but it combines proprietary trading technology, a highly intuitive user interface, friendly and warm customer service and a comprehensive solution for all investing needs.

A leading discount online brokerage firm, Firstrade offers online and mobile trading of Stock, Options, Mutual Funds, ETFs and Bonds, along with plenty more.

An effective option for beginning investors and those experienced individuals, this site can provide anyone with the proper direction for investing correctly.

With the advancements in technology and the world wide web, it is clear that online trading is the most effective way to invest.

Since being founded in 1985, Firstrade has been a leading online brokerage firm. With an online broker available to help with your online trading, your IRA accounts are in good hands and mobile trading has never been easier. Stock trading has never been less obscure.

As most people have figured out by now, money evidently doesn't grow on tress. As a result, families must be smart about their spending and even smarter about their investing. It's now far from complicated. It's now a simple and easy process.

Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Despite a mediocre showing by the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon, losing 34-24 to the Oakland Raiders, there was quite the comical occurrence that can make fans smile. As the seconds dwindled off the clock before halftime, Jason Campbell was hurrying his team to the line in order to spike the ball and set up a 54-yard chip shot for power kicker Sebastian Janikowski. The referee, however, forgot to keep his balance while placing the ball down. C'Mon man.

Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Monday, September 26, 2011

After a long, tough week at the office, only online sports betting can truly relax the nerves and entertain the ego. Predicting the result of a game is a tricky, yet exhilarating process.

This site is the perfect landmark for beginners and experienced betters, considering its easy navigation and friendly presentation. With betting easily available for every sport, individuals can have a fun and exciting time placing their expert picks.

With Week 3 of the NFL season almost in the books, fans have already jumped on the bandwagons of surprising teams, such as the undefeated and youthful teams Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills. The NFL betting community is large and always anxious for next week's games. This sports betting spot presents fans with the perfect opportunity to bet on NFL games, as well as bet on every other major sport.

There is no spot with a more engaging community of followers, who rely on the site for guidance and recommendations. With the presentation of the best given odds, an intricate preview and a cohesive injury report, betting has seemingly never been easier.

For beginners, the site presents a guide to sports betting, as well as suggestions. With the advancement of the Internet and the increased engagement of fans with the world wide web, it's become clear that the optimal experience is online. It has become the new fad, the fresh way of life for loyal and knowledgeable fans. For casual fans, it presents the unique opportunity to have a reason to follow games. Life just got significantly more exciting.

Posted on Monday, September 26, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, September 23, 2011


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Thursday, September 22, 2011

In 2010, ESPN made this commercial starring Chris Johnson. These disgruntled fans mirror the way we feel when a fantasy superstar ruins our NFL Sunday with a poor performance.

Ironic, isn't it?

Posted on Thursday, September 22, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Hey folks, here is my list of teams that I think will be in the playoffs for 2011, ordered by seed. Plenty of old favorites interspersed with some new blood. Read the full slideshow on BleacherReport.com

With Week 2 in the books and Week 3 coming up fast, it is time for some early playoff talk.

Some teams like the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills have exploded out of the gate and surprised us all, while others like the Kansas City Chiefs have failed miserably to live up to the fans' expectations.

The Green Bay Packers still look like the team to beat, but what about the rest of the playoff race?

Teams all over the league are shifting, rising and falling in the standings. Despite having played only two games, we have gotten a good look at the strengths and weaknesses of many NFL teams.

Based on the way these teams have played one another so far, here is an early look at how the playoff picture could turn out for the 2011 NFL season.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/856284-nfl-predictions-what-does-the-2011-playoff-picture-look-like

Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Hall-of-Fame Tight End John Mackey not only revolutionized his position, but was the poster boy for early-onset dementia in veteran players. Doctors found Mackey with frontal temporal dementia in 2000, the same year that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told ESPN he would push oft-concussed quarterback Troy Aikman when needed in crucial games because “there is no evidence of any long-term, lasting impact” from head trauma in the N.F.L. He couldn't have been more wrong. This New York Times article by Alan Schwarz points out the problems and the legacy left by John Mackey. A great piece of writing.
Click here for the full article.

Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Here is another video in the NFL "Fantasy Files" series. We don't know how these guys do this stuff...but damn. The little man has some ups. For those of you who need more reason than this to pick up Darren Sproles for your Fantasy football team, just keep in mind that he is currently Drew Brees' favorite receiver, with the most targets on the New Orleans Saints' offense.

Enjoy!

Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Monday, September 19, 2011

It was a fight of epic proportions – Ortiz vs. Mayweather. Yet it failed to live up to the hype, and instead gave fans a taste of the real Floyd Mayweather Jr. Forget that the pretentious, self-entitled boxer continues to avoid Manny Pacquiao; forget that he believes even sliced bread can't match his greatness...in the face of adversity, Money Mayweather shattered to pieces, courtesy of ageless commentator-turned-hero Larry Merchant...


Posted on Monday, September 19, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, September 18, 2011


One week after rookie Cam Newton produced a historical NFL debut, racking up 422 passing yards against the terrible Arizona Cardinals' secondary, fans and pundits everywhere were certain he was due for a reality check against the vicious Green Bay Packers' defense.

In part, they were right, as Newton threw three interceptions with only one touchdown in the Panthers' 30-23 loss to the defending Super Bowl champions.

Still, against a defense featuring a hall-of-fame corner, a premiere pass rush and good run-stopping, Newton actually managed to top his record-setting Week 1 passing yardage total with 432. The rookie also added 53 rushing yards and 1 touchdown.

He now joins a group of just six quarterbacks to ever throw for 400+ yards in consecutive games, including Tom Brady, who joined the list today as well. The other quarterbacks on the list include Dan Marino, Phil Simms, Dan Fouts, Billy Volek and Matt Cassel. Young Newton has some pretty good company.

There are still plenty of trials awaiting Cam Newton before he fully proves himself, such as actually winning a game. However, it is safe to say that the Auburn Heisman Trophy Winner's NFL career is off to a rip-roaring start.

Posted on Sunday, September 18, 2011 by Jake Silver

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With tonight's epic meeting between two powerhouse teams with Championship expectations, JZ Sports brings you a live following of every play. Derek Jones of Joe Montana's Right Arm, Richard Owens of Blitzswish and Carlos Sandoval of The Pigeon Toe join JZ Sports while we live-blog the Sunday Night Football game between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles. Get ready for a fun ride. Enjoy.

Posted on Sunday, September 18, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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After last Monday night's game at the Miami Dolphins, wherein Tom Brady threw for 517 yards, perennial talker Chad Ochocinco tweeted that the New England Patriots offense and Tom Brady were amazing, and that he was "in awe". Using several other complimentary adjectives, Ochocinco declared his admiration for the way the Patriots play football on the offensive side of the ball.

Former New England linebacker and future hall-of-famer Tedy Bruschi for whatever reason decided that he was offended that Ochocinco had the audacity to tweet an opinion.
“Drop the awe factor, OK, Ocho, Chad, drop the awe factor,” Bruschi said. “You’re not a fan, all right. You’re not someone who’s on another team or watching TV. You’re not an analyst. You’re a part of it. They want you to be a part of it. So get with the program because obviously you’re not getting it and you’re tweeting because you’re saying, ‘It’s amazing to see’? It’s amazing to see because you don’t understand it. You still don’t understand it and it’s amazing to you because you can’t get it.

“Stop tweeting and get in your playbook. Wake up! If you’re just waking up now — I don’t know when this was, six minutes ago? — get out your bed and get to the stadium and watch some film if you still think it’s amazing. If you’re in it and you know what you’re doing and you execute out there you don’t think it’s amazing. You know why? Because it’s what you’re supposed to do. All of a sudden it’s second nature. ‘I know I was supposed do that, yes I went 99 yards, I threw for 517. You know why? Because we’re that good and that’s what we’re supposed to do and that’s what I thought we were gonna do.’ You are still in awe to be a member of the New England Patriots offense. Join the system, buddy.”

It could just be me, but I wonder where the hell Bruschi gets off going crazy on Ochocinco like this. Sour grapes that the Patriots are still good without him? Trying to impose some old-school mentality on a new-school player because he used to be a Patriot? He doesn't like Twitter? He doesn't like Tom Brady? It makes absolutely no sense.

I have no idea, but Ochocinco was merely trying to show his respect for his new quarterback and team. So it was his first game in a new system...Chad Ochocinco has been a great many things in his career....but slacker has never been one of them.

Honestly, Bruschi just sounds more like a grumpy old man than a wise former player imparting advice. For whatever reason that Bruschi doesn't like Ochocinco's loquacity, it really doesn't matter. He doesn't play anymore, and the tweet was definitely not inflammatory, so he really shouldn't even open his mouth.

Nobody would even be talking about Ochocinco's tweet if Bruschi didn't run his mouth. Instead we got a week's worth of media coverage thanks to him. So who is the real loudmouth fool?


Posted on Sunday, September 18, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

In the obscure world of sports, these two teams are seemingly attempting to break the world record of dodgeballs involved. Quite the unique process. Enjoy the remarkable photography by Weird, Weird World of Sports.

Posted on Thursday, September 15, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Everyone has their favorite NFL players. Whether you love these players for their bone-crunching hits or their colorful personalities, you'll miss them when they leave the NFL.

With a combination of terrible grammar, psychotic rants, eloquence, and just plain hilarity, enjoy this list of 10 NFL players who should become announcers.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/847711-10-nfl-players-who-would-make-great-announcers

Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by Jake Silver

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It's about to be Week 2 of the Fantasy Football season, and that means virtual GM's across the U.S are looking for some waiver wire gems to add to their squads.

If you are looking, you need look no further than the Houston Texans revamped defense. It has already been highly vaunted with the additions of Brooks Reed, J.J Watt, Johnathan Joseph and Danieal Manning, but nobody really figured just how much of an impact Wade Philips would have.

Fear not that Mario Williams has moved to outside linebacker; in the new 3-4 scheme he picked up two sacks on Sunday, adding a forced fumble. This defense steamrolled the Peyton Manning-less Colts, and you can expect them to present a huge problem for any opponent they face, provided they stay healthy.

In fantasy, it is worth remembering that return yards and touchdowns can be just as useful if not better than sacks, picks and fumbles. Jacoby Jones is a solid return man, and already put one up during Sunday's game.

The Texans' defense is the real deal, and they are here to stay. Likely having gone undrafted in most leagues, now is the time to snap them up. Get em before they're gone. You won't be sorry.

Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Cam Newton had no shortage of detractors coming into the NFL. Many who follow the NFL (including myself), stated that Newton would have severely stunted development if he was selected No. 1 overall by the Carolina Panthers and thrust into the starting role.

Given the prospect of a rough transition to being an NFL starter, it was ubiquitously assumed that the Panthers would let their running game handle the bulk of the offensive workload early on.

Instead, Cam Newton shocked the world on Sunday, coming out and shattering Peyton Manning's rookie record for passing yards in an NFL debut game. Newton passed for 422 yards with two touchdowns and a pick while going 24-of-37 and leaping into the endzone for a 1 yard score.

Against the weak and beleaguered Arizona Cardinals' defense, Newton looked poised and calm in the pocket, making phenomenal throws previously thought to be outside of his skill range.

Cam Newton has now become all the rage on the waiver wire in fantasy football, though the question remains whether or not he can keep up that level of play.

The rookie quarterback is in for a reality check against the extremely potent Green Bay Packers defense next Sunday.

Only time will tell if game 1 was a fluke of the Cardinal secondary, or if Cam is going to be the next big thing.

Only one thing is certain: he shattered and surpassed all hopes, dreams, doubts, and expectations for his NFL debut.

Keep an eye on Cam in the coming weeks folks. He could be going somewhere.

Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011


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Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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There's something about calmly cruising down a mountain of clear whiteness, with only fluttering snow and a wide array of skinny trees in your way, that truly gets the blood flowing, and the senses alert. To snowboard takes discipline, focus and immense balance that can only be exerted by experienced enthusiasts.

As we have discovered with this video, the perfect way to approach the sport is to have a helicopter film all the mountain runs, as well as relaxing zen-like music being performed in the background. The sunset needs to be just above the rim of the skyline and the snow effortlessly flat.

The snowboard is a gentle creature, unable to dictate the speed or difficulty at which one dreams of performing at, but only sits back as the rider makes sure he can stand on two feet. The euphoric feeling that comes with a ride down the clear and intricate mountains that allow for the best slopes is something only those with experience can truly understand. But it needs to be felt by all those deprived souls who have yet to hit the slopes.

The snowboard is an instrument for relaxation and clearing of the mind, as it gives riders the opportunity to release bad tension and stress on a welcoming mountain. Snow has that effect.

Posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

The self-narration is a real nice touch for this documentary of sorts. Legendary mountain-biker brothers Dan and Gee Atherton rumble through the Dona Marta slum in Brazil. Not exactly a pleasant ride, but exciting nonetheless. Enjoy, and remember to keep the vomit bag close.

Posted on Sunday, September 11, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Despite a tough day for his beloved Kansas City Chiefs, this fan stands strong in support of those who were hurt by September 11th. During these times, we think about those who were closest to the tragedy and for those who lost someone close. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims and families affected by the 9/11 tragedy...

Posted on Sunday, September 11, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Greg Jennings is our new favorite, enough said.

Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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If anyone doubted the inflation involved with the NFL, this infographic should clear things up. Notice how advertising has significantly increased every year. Perhaps the NFL can resist purchasing a Jerry-Tron in the future and worry about their salaries. Or not. Enjoy.

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Via: Pro Life

Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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This video not only has the intensity of the Peloponnesian War, but it features the top dunker in the class of 2012. While Shaquille O'Neal, or Big Diesel, may have retired, a new Shaq is making noise in prep hoops. 6'5" Auburn commitment Shaquille Johnson hasn't even started his senior year and he has already snapped a rim in two and cleared multiple defenders with his monstrous dunks.  Thank you Arnold Donado for finding this footage. Enjoy.

Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, September 7, 2011


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Tuesday, September 6, 2011


In recent memory, there are few teams that have suffered as much devastation by injury as the New York Giants. The past several seasons, the Giants have lost key players in droves, like Osi Umenyiora in 2009, Matthias Kiwanuka, Steve Smith and Domenik Hixon in 2010, as well as Plaxico Burress in 2008, to name but a few.

The 2011 offseason has been nothing short of a nightmare for the New York Giants and their fans. After a promising draft, the fans allowed themselves a glimmer of hope for this season to get back to the playoffs. That hope as fallen apart during training camp and the preseason, as the New York Giants lose important players like flies to a can of Raid.

First, the team lost first-round draft choice Prince Amukamara two days after he signed his rookie contract, severely damaging the team's depth at the cornerback position. His broken foot will heal midseason, but he will still struggle to make an impact, having missed the offseason.

Soon after, rookie second-round pick Marvin Austin went down with a torn pectoral muscle and has been placed on IR, removing the third rotating defensive tackle from the depth chart. Next was Clint Sintim, the outside linebacker who was supposed to rotate with Kiwanuka, and who has now been lost for the year with a torn ACL.

Just today, starting middle linebacker Jonathan Goff went down with a torn ACL and has been lost for 2011.

The most devastating injury of all however, is the one sustained by Cornerback Terrell Thomas in the preseason opener. The Giants' leading 2010 tackler, and arguably their most effective defensive player has been lost for the year to YET ANOTHER torn ACL.

The offense has remained largely intact, but the much-vaunted defense of Big Blue has been shattered by the injury bug this offseason. Why such a run of bad luck has fallen can only be speculated at, and no speculation can change New York's roster woes.

Unless some of the bench guys who get called up can perform effectively, 2011 promises to be a very, VERY long season for the New York Giants and their fans.

Buckle in Giants fans. This one might get ugly fast.

Posted on Tuesday, September 06, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Sunday, September 4, 2011

The car scene alone shows how magical this "human" is. He completely defies gravity. This whole video is pretty much a routine Friday for this athlete. What to call him is still debatable... monkey, alien, fairy?

Posted on Sunday, September 04, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, September 2, 2011

Enjoy a ride on the backs of these professional base jumpers. Words cannot explain the excitement and exhilaration that this produces. Time to start training for it.

Posted on Friday, September 02, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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It's quite tough to be a San Diego Chargers fan, and not just because the team missed the playoffs last year despite finishing fifth in offense and defense. The hardest part is knowing that fellow fans cry like this after losing to the Raiders. How precious.

Posted on Friday, September 02, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, September 1, 2011


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Posted on Thursday, September 01, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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