Doncic at it Again

Luka Donic leads the Mavericks to yet another big win on the road. With this W, the Mavs record is 11-5 and they are within the top 8 in the Western Conference race. This competition in Texas was made possible by two step-back shooters: James Harden and Luka Doncic. If you missed to duel, there... Continue Reading →

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Jets Dominate at MetLife

The Jets got football Sunday off to a kicking start. It was an offensive massacre that left the Raiders in disbelief. Sam Darnold had scored consecutively on his last four opening drives and his fifth opening TD was just yards away. An offensive pass interference penalty was called due to the automatic review of scoring... Continue Reading →

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Verstappen Controls Brazilian GP

The 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix is one to remember! The race was phenomenal from start to finish and then some. Red Bull Racings’ Max Verstappen started from pole position and was under fire by top runners like Mercedes and Ferrari (the usual suspects). In a 71 lap race, averaging about 1:10 a lap, traffic builds... Continue Reading →

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Brutal Victory By Portland

The Trailblazers got off to a good start against the Hawks after losing multiple games at home, and last night Portland changed things. The game was ugly, in the first quarter it looked like Portland had the advantage as Trae Young could not hit a bucket from anywhere. Young started heating up more and more... Continue Reading →

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Hamilton Strikes Again

Before the start commened in Mexico, the FIA had penalized the original pole sitter Maxx Vertsappen after failing to slow down for yellow flags in qualifying. Verstappen was downgraded from pole to 4th starting position which pushed Charles Lecrec up to pole. Turn one has been the decision maker in years previous and on that... Continue Reading →

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Tiger Bowl LSU 8-0

The Auburn Tigers faced off in LSU's home field of Baton Rouge for the 2019 Tiger Bowl. After an uneventful first quarter, the officials would take a more prominent stance in reviewing close calls. Auburn might have gotten on the board first with a FG, but in the second quarter QB Joe Burrow (senior) would... Continue Reading →

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Battle in The Bronx

Before Yankees fans could successfully get through their traditional roll-call, Houston second basemen Jose Altuve homered a ball into centerfield. The top of the 2nd would be reminiscent of the 1st as Yankees pitcher Luis Severino allowed another home run early by Josh Reddick. Starting pitcher for the Astros Gerrit Cole made hitting and scoring... Continue Reading →

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Week 6 Fantasy Numbers

Week 6 in the NFL was not a week of great match ups - but a week of blow outs and close ones. Out of 14 games, 5 games were separated by 4 or less points, and 4 games were separated by 10 or more. In situations like these when the Patriots aren't heading to... Continue Reading →

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Texans Shut Down Mahomes

Tyreek Hill, who’s been out since week 1, made his reappearance noteworthy, scoring a TD for the Chiefs on their opening drive. Still, the Chiefs offense would struggle converting plays into points. The surprise star - Houston Texans QB, Deshaun Watson. He emerged this football Sunday with 280 passing yards, 1 passing TD, 2 rushing... Continue Reading →

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Mercedes Dominate Japan Grand Prix

At the Suzuka Circuit in Japan, fans were reminded of the early start of the 2019 season. Mercedes. Mercedes. Mercedes. It’s silver and teal all the way at the top. Just like previous race start drama, the Grand Prix in Japan was not any different. Sitting pole - Sebastian Vettel. His team mate Charles Lecrec... Continue Reading →

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Lamb Leads Victory Over Longhorns

The Longhorns would host an undefeated Oklahoma University Saturday afternoon for a Red River Show Down. They say offense sells tickets and defense wins game, but Texas came up short today. Jalen Hurts, transfer out of Alabama and QB for the Sooners, had 3 passings TD’s and 1 rushing TD. Regarding his overall yards, the... Continue Reading →

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Sanchez Steals NLCS Game 1 on the Road

After coming off a 13-1 win over the Braves in the Division Series, the St. Louis Cardinals had difficulty taking on the Nationals pitching staff. Albin Sanchez would lead his team to victory, pitching a near no-hitter until the bottom of the 8th inning. He was golden in St. Louis and his predecessor Sean Dootlittle... Continue Reading →

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Rays Force Game 5

Tampa Bay was a Wild Card team coming into the 2019 post season. Not only did they defeat the Oakland A's, but have shown multiple facets in the ALDS against the Astro's. The Ray's challenged the favorites in many ways like exquisite pitching and even better defensive plays. In the bottom of the first, Tommy... Continue Reading →

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Nats Steal NL Wild Card

It was an emotional start to the postseason in D.C. last night. The nations capital would undergo trauma early in the first inning of the National Leauge Wild Card game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Winner takes all, and advances to play the Los Angeles Dodgers later this week. Here’s how it went down... The Nationals... Continue Reading →

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Ferrari Misfortune = Mercedes Dream

The Grand Prix in Sochi was more eventful than expected, and not due to collisions. The Ferrari team controversy in Singapore from last week continued in Russia on race day. Charles Lecrec and Sebastian Vettel shared difficulty racing for team points due to their desire to take first place over the other man, no matter... Continue Reading →

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UNC Football Play Calling Goes Wrong

It was obvious from the start, Clemson’s QB was under pressure and their normal level of cohesion was unbalanced. Unlike the defending champions natural behavior, they had multiple false start penalties along with a fumble against an unranked team.  Clemson is a team now 5-0, who had their biggest defeat over an unranked Charlotte team... Continue Reading →

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F1 Sochi Practice Take Aways

Formula 1 practice is an opportunity for drivers to feel out the track and create strategies with their team. Some drivers are more than experienced here at the Sochi Circuit in Russia, but that doesn't mean their equipment has not improved with time along with their mentality. Since Ferrari is on a 3 race win-streak,... Continue Reading →

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One Month Away – World Series Countdown

@astros Twitter Page Believe it or not, the World Series is 28 days away! But before that champagne is popped, its the best of 30 teams. In the AL East, the New York Yankees have clinched the division (102-55) with just 5 more away games. On the other side of the country, the Houston Astros... Continue Reading →

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The Replacements

Mark LoMoglio - Associated Press If you read, "The Year of the Injured QB" or have been caught up with the NFL in the slightest, you would know this years starting quarter backs have been sent to the bench. Normally, this would have been a photo of #10 Eli Manning, but he has passed the... Continue Reading →

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Pit Stops & Patience – Vettel Takes Fifth Win in Singapore

Ferrari has had success in its last few Grand Prix’s, but not all of them from the same source. At the Grand Prix in Singapore, a new driver on the second place team took first place for the full 25 points in the drivers championship. The Marina Bay Street Circuit was an unorthodox race because... Continue Reading →

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UFC Fight Night – The Lead Up and Let Down

UFC Fight Night took place over 7,000 miles above sea level in Mexico City, Mexico. This elevation brought some fighters in several weeks early to prepare endurance techniques for the event. The total number of fights was 13, but 5 would carve themselves onto the main card. Mexican fighter Martin "Toro" Bravo, went head to... Continue Reading →

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The Year of the Injured QB

Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton, is merely one casualty of the NFL's 2019 season. Going into week 3, 10 of 32 teams have injured starting or back up quarterbacks. 2019 will be remembered as, "The Year of the Injured QB." Also known as, the year of the replaced QB. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Drew Brees is a... Continue Reading →

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Valencia Defeats Chelsea 1-0 in Group Stage

Day one of the Champions League tournament started today September 19, 2019 all over the continent of Europe. This elite group of teams are selected by their individual standings in their home nations league, whether it be the English Premier League for Chelsea or La Liga for Valencia. When an individual team comes in 1-3... Continue Reading →

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OBJ Returns to Metlife

Monday September 16, 2019 Monday night football was a tale of two 0-1 teams. Neither the Jets or Browns were able to clinch a win in week 1, and this would be the difference. The first quarter was not action packed. The real story is OBJ’s return to MetLife and his reception of fans who... Continue Reading →

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Fantasy Football Week 2

Sunday’s games including Patriots @ Dolphins, Cardinals @ Ravens and Cowboys @ Redskins were all “in the bag” wins in my book. After week 1’s display of athleticism by Brady, Prescott and Jackson, there was no way they would be beat offensively unless otherwise challenged. Masterblog’s fantasy football team is as follows: QB Dak Prescott... Continue Reading →

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Fury Prevails with Cut Right Eye

Saturday nights' fight on ESPN+ will definitely cause an increase in subscription after this show case between heavy weights. Both fighters entered this bout with near spotless records. Fury maintained a 28-0-1 (1 draw), while Wallin came in with a 20-0-1 (1 no contest) record. Once the 5 minute mini concert was complete, round 1... Continue Reading →

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Maryland Falls Short After Multiple Opportunities

And so began the upsets. #21 in the NCAA’s top 25 fell short to unranked Temple this Saturday. The fourth quarter was jam packed with action as Temple was able to retake the lead by 4 with Yeboah scoring with 7 minutes left on the clock. But this was only the start of what would... Continue Reading →

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Raiders Ride on Denver

Raiders stun Denver and the nation with calculated win in the final game of week 1. The young team worked well together in their debut with rookies spread into the mix. QB Derek Carr was superior with 259 passing yards, 1 touchdown and 0 sacks. Among the rookies was running back Josh Jacobs, 1st round... Continue Reading →

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Wil Lutz Worth it – Saints Place Kicker Wins Game with 58 Footer

The first Monday night football game consisted of the New Orleans Saints and the Houston Texans. It’s been almost a decade since QB Drew Brees won a Super Bowl ring and it showed early in the game tonight. With only 3 points in the first half, the Saints struggled to make offensive gains. Entering the... Continue Reading →

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Will Dallas Amend Daks Deal After Show Out?

Sunday football is just heating up around the 4 o’clock hour. The New York Giants faced the Cowboys at AT&T stadium in Arlington, and it was a spectacle. The first few plays between the rivals were a back and forth effort with one touch down a piece in the first quarter. Saquon Barkley, 22 out... Continue Reading →

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Back to Back Wins for Leclerc

Charles Leclerc wins his second Grand Prix ever at Ferrari's home race at Monza. This comes just one week after his first career win at Spa in Belgian. Leclerc, 21, is the third youngest driver in Formula 1 history to ever take 1st place, and he was able to do so at consecutive races. From... Continue Reading →

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The Preseason Extends into Week 1

Week 1 in the NFL this year looked like a continuation of preseason. Sloppy. The Green Bay Packers and Chicago bears combined for 20 penalties and 10 sacks. Aaron Rogers looked like an inexperienced version of himself even while showing off his flick passes. Matt LeFleur’s first year coaching the Packers in their regular season... Continue Reading →

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Brown VS Mayock: The Power of Pride

Photo by Christian Peterson/Getty Images The power shift between players, coaches and managers has been tested on multiple NFL fronts over the past week. Since Colin Kaepernicks’ cultural revolution, players gained confidence to express their beliefs no matter the consequence. Although Raiders head coach Tom Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock may not have years... Continue Reading →

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Home Run Derby in New York

Edwin Encarnacion struts his parrot walk around the bases after returning to the team tonight. After spending a month on the injured list, the designated hitter was among many who stepped up to the plate for homers deep into the outfield. The heavy hitters included Brett Gardner, Gary Sanchez and Didi Gregorious.  The only restrictions... Continue Reading →

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Verstappen Does Not Finish – First Time in 23 Races

Normally Max Verstappen is an underdog worth betting on, but in Sunday's race at Belgian, he was caught in the crossfire. Whether he was the cause of his own downfall or not is up to speculation, but the 21 year old driver has been in the top five finishers since the 2019 season began. With... Continue Reading →

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