Monthly Archives: January 2017

Steelers hoping pressure blueprint can slow down Tom Brady — The Denver Post

By Kyle Hightower, The Associated Press FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Take it from Wade Phillips, slowing down Tom Brady is a goal often sought, but seldom achieved. “Good luck,” the new defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Rams said this week when asked about the difficulty of taking the Patriots quarterback out of his comfort zone.…

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Colorado Rockies: 3 Reasons for Optimism with the Offseason — Rox Pile

The Colorado Rockies offseason thus far has been a little confusing for most of us as fans. The national media has continued to give the front office a hard time not agreeing with the vision that Jeff Bridich has for the Rockies in 2017. There are a lot of question marks, and there is still…

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Horse Tracks: Where will John Elway find our next Champions? — Mile High Report – All Posts

Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. –Muhammad Ali As The Great One said, Champions aren’t made. Imagine trying to find 53 players who burn within. Each a Champion. When you assemble a group of people, you’re only as…

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NFL Playoffs 2016: Biggest Conference Championship upsets — FanSided

On conference championship weekend, You can go from Super Bowl shoe-in to upset victim in a matter of just (60 or more) minutes. By Sunday night, we will have our Super Bowl LI matchup and before we get there, we may have one or two upsets along the way. It may give us the game…

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Colorado Rockies Top 10 Prospect Countdown – #2: Riley Pint — Rox Pile

We’ve just about reached the end of our Colorado Rockies prospect countdown. Today, we’re taking a look at the top pitching prospect in the organization, a teenager who’s velocity is anything but pint-sized (sorry). #2: Riley Pint Position: Pitcher Bats/Throws: R/R Age: 19 (September 6, 1997) Height/Weight: 6’4″, 195 lbs Highest Level Reached: Rookie League…

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David Njoku highlights latest Denver Broncos mock draft update — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos should be looking to add a playmaker at the tight end position in this year’s draft, and David Njoku would certainly accomplish that… The Denver Broncos have just recently put together their new coaching staff, led by head coach Vance Joseph. Joseph has assembled quite a group in Denver already, including bringing…

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