Tuesday, August 30, 2011

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Posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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This photo brings us back to a time when attire was irrelevant. The game was about heart and drive. Michael Jordan portrayed those traits every possession. The greatest ever, his career flourished behind the shoes.




Posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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While this may seem to be an iconic picture of a unique generation taking form, the shot realistically characterizes how much of a melting pot the United States has become. At the same time, we're babbling. Enjoy the picture for what it is.


Posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Is Your NFL Draft Pick a Bust?

Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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At the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea, one man inspired the entire planet. This picture, taken today, showed the world that a lack of legs is no excuse for giving up. South Africa's Oscar Pistorius (left) advanced to the next round of the men's 400m with a sprint of 45.39 seconds. Truly inspirational.


Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thanks for the guest post by Jo Levy

We have two wonderful dogs in our home. I call them my fur babies and whenever someone asks me how many kids I have, I always says four. I have two that have two legs and two that have four legs. My dogs are very protective of our home and us. If someone comes to the door they do not recognize, they will let us know it in a heartbeat. I consider them our first line of defense because they love to bark and they will wake up the entire neighborhood. They are more than defense though. They also keep my feet warm in the winter and they are great babysitters. They make sure that the 3 year old does not wander out of the house and they make great fashion models for the 5 year old. I was sitting at home one night and I decided to go online to www.ALLHOMEsecurity.com to see if they were some tips on there to incorporate my dogs into the our entire home security. There were some great tips we are going to use for the fur babies.

Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Here is a riveting image of the first 14 teams in the NFL. Jim Thorpe was elected as the league's first president in 1920 after the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a car dealership.

By the way, remember when Dick Butkus was spotted with a Bear in 1965? Classic. Enjoy the history. Zooming may be necessary.

Origins of NFL
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Posted on Saturday, August 27, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

I'm speechless, mainly because he stole all the thunder. This pastor reminds me of Ricky Bobby when he thanks god for his "smoking hot wife." This stuff can't be made up. Classic.


Pastor Gives Best Pre-Race Prayer Ever - Watch more Sports

Posted on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

While he may be in the UFL now after leaving the Eagles and getting cut, former West Virginia running back Noel Devine was quite the phenom in high school. At 5'8" and 180 pounds, few expected this kid to dominate the way he did. Until now.

Posted on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Monday, August 22, 2011


Listen to internet radio with jzsports on Blog Talk Radio

Posted on Monday, August 22, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Always nice to take a break from sports, in favor of comedy. In case you've never seen the Indian sensation, tune in here. With our comedian of the day, Canadian Russell Peters discusses why parents need to beat their kids. Enjoy.

Posted on Monday, August 22, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, August 19, 2011

When the Georgetown basketball team traveled to China, they probably didn't expect to be stomped out by a plethora of hungry Chinamen. Watch the casual man on the sideline, wearing khaki shorts, quickly run out and immediately begin tossing kicks. Assistant or hired bodyguard? We'll never know.

Posted on Friday, August 19, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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The former defensive tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars, now with the Raiders, has quite the pregame ritual. At 6'7" and 335 pounds, it's remarkable how he gets anyone to slap him, particularly the diminutive 5'10" assistants who seem to be up for the job. Most would pay to see him fight a silverback gorilla.

Posted on Friday, August 19, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Belgium just gained our respect. Quite the flash mob at Antwerp Central station. It doesn't get any better than this. Subtly followed by an explosion. Enjoy.

Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, August 14, 2011

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Posted on Sunday, August 14, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, August 5, 2011

My projections for the 10 biggest upsets of the 2011 NFL season. Check em out. Let me know if you love em or hate em!

It includes some that might freak you out, but hey, that is the nature of sportswriting!
Enjoy!

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/793470-nfl-schedule-2011-projecting-the-10-biggest-upsets-of-the-2011-season

Posted on Friday, August 05, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, August 2, 2011


Sorry about the delay folks, lets get down to it. This was one busy weekend in the NFL, several key players signed (and didn't sign). The most important acquisition of course was the Philadelphia Eagles showing up as the dark horse in the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes, and winning him from all of the other suitors. Philly is clearly making a run at the Super Bowl now, and Giants fans are lamenting. Lets have a look at this weekend's notable signings. (And Monday)

- The Atlanta Falcons inked Minnesota Vikings' defensive end Ray Edwards to a deal, FINALLY shoring up their defense as everyone was expecting them to do in the draft. Looks like they knew what they were doing after all. The Falcons are looking very solid on both sides of the ball now. Tony Gonzalez has even tweeted that Julio Jones is the best rookie wideout he's ever played with.

-Antonio Cromartie signed his "You're the Plan B" deal from the New York Jets. It is still a 4-year deal for a cool $32 million. This is good because Cromartie has a whole lot of illegitimate kids to pay child support on. He says he has no hard feelings but has a chip on his shoulder. Oooook Antonio. Still, his signing keeps the Jets' secondary intact, and the Cromartie-Revis tandem remains as dangerous as ever.

-The Arizona Cardinals signed the Baltimore Ravens' salary cap casualty Todd Heap. The 10-year veteran tight end brings some much needed receiving help to the Kevin Kolb arsenal. Heap combined with Jerhemy Urban should not only provide good targets outside of Larry Fitzgerald, but add some significant blocking for running back Beanie Wells.

-The Denver Broncos signed another Baltimore Raven castoff, running back Willis McGahee. Thankfully for Denver, this brings them a solid runner who has plenty left in the tank. His arrival should motivate the lazy and underachieving Knowshon Moreno. A good deal for both McGahee and the Broncos.

-The New York Jets made another acquisition by inking Plaxico Burress, keeping him away from their roommates, the New York Giants. This is actually a fantastic signing for both teams. The Giants did not need Plaxico, and the Jets do. They have a big body for Mark Sanchez opposite Santonio Holmes, who was once Plaxico's teammate in Pittsburgh. Whether he has enough left in the tank to perform remains to be seen. His 1 year deal is worth $3 million.

-Speaking of the Giants and Jets, the New York Giants stole away Jets punter Steve Weatherford. That pretty much means the end of Matt Dodge, thank god. We don't need to go over why that is a good thing.

-The New York Giants also re-signed their most important free agent, running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Thankfully, his market imploded, allowing the Giants to keep their running game from doing the same. He has signed a 4-year deal for a price that was far closer to what the team wanted than what he wanted. Good for fans everywhere.

-The Detroit Lions roared as their defense continues to become one of the most formidable in the NFL. They have signed stud linebacker Stephen Tulloch and his 160 tackles away from the Tennessee Titans. Pure bliss for Lions fans. Detroit is thinking playoffs, and they are thinking it now.

-To compensate for the loss of Stephen Tulloch, the Tennessee Titans have taken Barrett Ruud off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' hands. They keep their defense intact with this move, but have still no doubt experienced a downgrade at middle linebacker.

-The Cincinnati Bengals have signed cornerback Nate Clements, formerly of the San Fransisco 49ers. They needed this signing to compensate for the loss of Johnathan Joseph, though it is a paltry consolation prize. Clements has lost a step, and even in his prime was not even close to Johnathan Joseph.

-The Carolina Panthers found an upgrade for their terrible offense by signing two solid tight ends. New Orleans Saints castoff Jeremy Shockey agreed to a 1 year deal worth up to $4 million. They also traded a 2012 third-round pick to the Chicago Bears for tight end Greg Olsen, meaning they now have a very formidable tight end tandem. This is fantastic for rookie Cam Newton, who now has viable passing targets and additional protection for what is sure to be a roller coaster rookie year.

-The biggest news of all, of course, is the Philadelphia Eagles. They came out of nowhere in the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes to pull him right out from under the Jets, promising him a ring and giving him a 5-year contract worth $60 million. The addition of Nnamdi Asomugha makes the Eagles secondary the most fearsome in the NFL by far, with three ball-hawking pro-bowlers covering enemy receivers. They also made a splash by signing Green Bay Packers DT Cullen Jenkins, making them by far the most well rounded team in the NFL, and surpassing the Packers as this year's super bowl favorites. They have an incredible team put together, and are already being called the Miami Heat of the 2011 NFL season. We'll have to see, but there is no denying that these birds of prey will be flying high in 2011.

Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2011 by Jake Silver

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