Archive for January, 2015

  • The Seattle Seahawks– Built To Last

    The Seattle Seahawks– Built To Last

    Mike Aglialoro, NFL January 31, 2015 at 12:37 am 0 comments

    Super Bowl XLIX is a matchup of two of the best run organizations in the NFL. The New England Patriots are owned by Robert Kraft, who hired Bill Belichick in 2000 and gave him total control of the franchise, and then watched as the Hooded Terror won the first Super […]

     
  • Tom Brady- A Hall of Fame Career Stained by Controversy

    Tom Brady- A Hall of Fame Career Stained by Controversy

    Mike Aglialoro, NFL January 30, 2015 at 12:32 am 0 comments

    If any other quarterback had accomplished what Tom Brady has accomplished over his 14 years as the starting quarterback of the New England Patriots, they would be in a conversation for greatest quarterback of all time, alongside the likes of Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, John Elway, Brett Farve, among other […]

     
  • Super Bowl XLIX Preview and Prediction- New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks

    Super Bowl XLIX Preview and Prediction- New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks

    Mike Aglialoro, NFL January 29, 2015 at 10:43 pm 0 comments

    After what has been a drama filled NFL playoffs with questionable calls and deflated balls, the stage is set for the two teams ranked number one in their conferences at the end of the regular season- the New England Patriots against the Seattle Seahawks. The team that dominated the previous […]

     
  • Martin Brodeur, the NHL’s Winningest Goalie, Retires

    Martin Brodeur, the NHL’s Winningest Goalie, Retires

    Jake Dixon, NHL January 28, 2015 at 9:02 pm 0 comments

    On Tuesday, news broke that the career of Martin Brodeur, arguably the greatest goalie in NHL history, has ended as he retires after a career that started in 1991. A member of the New Jersey Devils for 21 seasons, Brodeur ends his career after signing with the St. Louis Blues […]

     
  • Once Again, the NFL’s Priorities are in the Wrong Place

    Once Again, the NFL’s Priorities are in the Wrong Place

    Mike Aglialoro, NFL January 27, 2015 at 8:19 pm 0 comments

    With the NFL’s handling of the “Deflate-gate” investigation and the fact that they have no intention of announcing their findings of said investigation until after the Super Bowl, commissioner Roger Goodell has ensured that a Patriots win will tarnish not only their accomplishment, but the integrity of the league. At […]

     
  • It’s Time to Reinstate Pete Rose

    It’s Time to Reinstate Pete Rose

    Mike Aglialoro, MLB January 26, 2015 at 11:10 pm 0 comments

    With the end of Bud Selig as Commissioner of Major League Baseball and the beginning of Rob Manfred’s reign in the position, many feel that one of the first issues he should address is the matter of whether or not to finally reinstate Pete Rose, baseball’s all-time hit king, and […]

     
  • Welcome Commissioner Rob Manfred

    Welcome Commissioner Rob Manfred

    Mike Aglialoro, MLB January 25, 2015 at 5:45 pm 0 comments

    On Sunday, January 25th 2015, Rob Manfred became the tenth commissioner in Major League Baseball history, succeeding Bud Selig. His appointment was unanimously approved by the owners back in August, after being baseball’s Chief Operating Officer since 2013. He has worked with baseball in some capacity since 1987, first involving […]

     
  • Bud Selig’s Legacy

    Bud Selig’s Legacy

    Mike Aglialoro, MLB January 24, 2015 at 4:43 pm 0 comments

    After 23 years, Bud Selig’s tenure as Commissioner of Major League Baseball is over as of Sunday, January 25th. After being the “interim” commissioner through the strike of 1994, he took over the position officially in 1998. Selig’s tenure ends with him as the longest reigning commissioner of any of […]

     
  • NBA- Five Most Likely to be Dealt Before The Deadline

    NBA- Five Most Likely to be Dealt Before The Deadline

    Mike Aglialoro, NBA January 23, 2015 at 11:40 pm 0 comments

    With the NBA’s trading deadline of February 19th approaching, it’s time to examine the five players most likely to be traded over the next month: 1. Reggie Jackson, G, OKC- He’s easily been the most talked about player who hasn’t already been traded this season, as in the last month […]

     
  • MLB- Five Teams That Have Taken Steps Backs

    MLB- Five Teams That Have Taken Steps Backs

    Mike Aglialoro, MLB January 22, 2015 at 11:07 pm 0 comments

    A new season always breeds optimism, and it doesn’t matter what sport. When the standings say 0-0 anything is possible. It doesn’t matter what happened last season for a moment, because the hope of the unknown can make even the most hardened and cynical think of the best scenario before […]