2013 Year in Review (This Year’s Top Stories)

2013 was not a sports powerhouse year as there were no major events throughout the year but that wouldn’t stop the stories from coming. There was plenty to talk about this year despite the lack of major world events. It was a year of great surprises but one aspect of the year took over the rest. 2013 was not the most positive year for sports as heroes fell almost monthly in a year that was not great for those who support the merits of sports and sports figures.

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Ravens Send Lewis off on Top (Super Bowl XLVII Review)

It was the Harbowl or the last time we would see Ray Lewis play or even the first of a long and storied history of a young QB or the final step of a QB looking for respect. Super Bowl XLVII was packed with stories as the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers would face off in New Orleans to determine a Champion.

Super Bowl XLVII Preview

The Super Bowl has become one of the biggest events on the sports calendar every year as it has become much more than just a game. It is an event that is no longer reserved for the die-hard football fan or even the casual football fan. Everyone watches this event but it is still the ultimate day for all football fans.

Wednesday Morning QB (Conference Finals)

The Quarterback is a very important part of an NFL team as they lead the offence and can be the reason for winning and losing. As teams move into the playoffs the position becomes more important as they are looked to for leadership of the entire team. Without a good QB that can guide the team to the ultimate goal, a Super Bowl Championship.

2013 NFL Playoff Preview

The NFL Regular Season is officially over as teams begin to prepare for either a long offseason or for the playoffs. The NFL playoffs are one of the best times of the year for sports fans in general because it is the height of drama in sports. There are no series in the NFL playoffs as every game is do or die for both teams. It is one of the most nerve racking times of the year for fans and the most stressful for players.

2012 NFL Preview: Road to Super Bowl XLVII

The Super Bowl will return to New Orleans this year but for the first time there will be one very unwelcome guest. Roger Goodell is a unique member of the fraternity of professional sports commissioners. The commissioners are generally hated by the fans as their decisions are almost always unpopular. Yet Roger Goodell seems to be the one commissioner from the big four leagues that does not raise as much hate as most.

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