Archive for January, 2018
How Defense Turned The Vikings Into NFC Contenders0
The success of the Minnesota Vikings on offense may have surprised a lot of people in 2017, but the team’s backbone has always been Mike Zimmer’s defense.
The Vikings were tremendous on all three defensive levels (defensive line, linebackers and secondary), which made it nearly impossible to score More >
Cilic’s Rest And Experience Will Help Him Defeat Edmund In Semis0
The 2018 Australian Open first semifinal features an unexpected matchup between Croatian Marin Cilic and British player Kyle Edmund that most tennis pundits didn’t even see coming before the tournament began.
Cilic ranks 6th in the world, so some could have foreseen him reaching this semifinal, but More >
Federer Expected To Defeat Struff In Straight Sets0
Reigning Australia Open Champion Roger Federer has comfortably progressed to the second round of the Australian Open where he will face German Jan-Lennard Struff who is ranked 55th in the world.
Federer, a 19-time Grand Slam champion, is ranked 53 places above the German. Struff though has a solid More >
Playoff History Between Titans And Patriots0
The New England Patriots (13-3) host the Tennessee Titans (10-7) on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro in the NFL’s second Divisional matchup of the day.
With that in mind here’s a little postseason history between these two teams.
Although the Titans are not the most familiar postseason More >
Three Key Changes Djokovic Must Make To Win The Australian Open0
Perennial Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic will return to competitive tennis next week after a six-month hiatus due to injury.
He’s won the Australian Open an amazing six times, but this time’s he faces a slightly different situation as he’s coming off that long injury layoff.
There are three More >