NFL: Operation Rebuild in Pittsburgh?

Though the Pittsburgh Steelers may have lost their best back in franchise history and arguably the second greatest receiver of all-time, rest assure that everything is fine. With that being said, there will be no rebuild in 2019. No Bell No Problem Le’Veon Bell’s absence was thought to be detrimental to Pittsburgh’s season. However, James…

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MLB: Baseball’s $330 Million Man

Bryce Harper finally made the decision all of us have been waiting so long for. The 26-year old is heading the City of Brotherly Love to play for the Phillies. Harper was in search of an eye-opening contract, and he got just that. He watched as his fellow peers like Manny Machado and Nolan Arenado…

MVP: Giannis or Harden?

Throughout the NBA’s regular season, MVP candidates have come and gone. LeBron James was eliminated from the conversation when he went down with his groin injury. Joel Embiid dropped out after a slow start from the 76ers. However, The Beard and The Greek Freak have been in the conversation all season long, and are now…

AAF: Threat to NFL?

No the AAF is not a threat. Let’s just get that out of the way first and foremost. The NFL is too big and powerful now to ever be dethroned by any other football league in the world. Here are two critical reasons why the AAF could never touch the NFL and one reason why…

Kyler Murray: The Wrong Decision

Kyler Murray officially made his decision as to which sport he will be pursuing a career in. This has been an ongoing dilemma that has finally reached its conclusion. Murray decided on playing in the NFL. So the big question is: Did he make the right choice? Bust Potential The NFL destroys Heisman careers. For…

NBA: Teams Looking to Make a Run After the All-Star Break

The All-Star break is known for making and “breaking” teams. Some perform better, some perform worse, some stay the same. A recent example of the ups and downs of the NBA seasons is after the break in 2016-2017. The Miami Heat went on a historic second-half run. Miami arrived at the break 11-30, but ended…

NBA: Is Joe Johnson a Hall of Famer?

Joe Johnson had a weird career in the grand scheme of things. That is exactly what makes answering the question wether he belongs in the Hall of Fame so tough. Is Joe Johnson a HOF’er? #NBA — Unfiltered Access (@UnfilteredAXS) January 17, 2019 Career Averages One thing that the Basketball Hall of Fame has shown…

Top Five Sports Video Game Soundtracks

Think of video game soundtracks as icing on a cake. It doesn’t determine if the cake is enjoyable or not, but it sure does help. Let’s take a look at five of the best video game soundtracks of the sports genre. *Disclaimer*. All of the early 2000s game soundtracks will be placed in the Honorable…

Top 10 “What If” moments in sports history

The “What If” factor in the sports is such a powerful element. One decision, action, or play can help shape the format of the sports world for years to come. Breaking Color Barrier Jackie Robinson, the first black MLB player, debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. Robinson paved the way for more African Americans…