July 15, 2013

The NHL’s Moneyball

For as long as there have been sports and competitions, there have been people trying to gain every advantage possible over their opposition. The ancient Olympic Games were known for bribery being a recourse to ensure victory or even the consumption of wild boar manure to gain a competitive advantage. Rosie Ruiz was an out-of-shape marathon runner […]

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Week 16 Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Danny Salazar, Chris Archer, Darin Ruf

It’s an exciting All-Star Week in baseball land but a quiet week in fantasy baseball. No one checks their teams until Wednesday or Thursday which makes these next couple of days a great opportunity to snatch a great get while no one’s looking. They may not be in Tuesday’s game but let’s take a look

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Fantasy Football: 2013 PPR Running Back Tiers and Projections

Since running backs are the most important position in fantasy football, they’ll be leading off my 2013 point per reception (PPR) projections and tiered rankings that will help you prepare for your leagues draft. Tiered rankings are the most effective tool in ranking players in preparation for your leagues draft. Read more about Sports Jerks Network

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Searching 29 years of Coaching History to Gauge David Wilson’s Fantasy Football Prospects

David Wilson doesn’t quite fit the classic definition of a polarizing fantasy football commodity because, well, you’re either tepid about the second year running back’s 2013 prospects, or you’ve abandoned all thought of drafting him at his current mid-third round average draft position. To put it unkindly: No one loves David Wilson. You won’t, however,

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New York Knicks Chase Piece Of Laker Dynasty, Pursue Metta World Peace

It’s 2010. The Los Angeles Lakers have come back down from 3-2 in the finals against the Boston Celtics and are leading by three in the fourth quarter of Game 7. With the ball in their possession, Kobe swings it to then-Ron Artest who short jab steps right before sinking a three in Paul Pierce’s

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