Opinion

Super Bowl XLIX Prop Bets: The Only Predictions That Matter

by Mario Mergola
Katy Perry

We may not know football as well as we all like to believe, but we know our Bill Belichick hoodie preference. Or our Gatorade, Katy Perry, and how to bet on them.

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Richard Sherman

NFL Picks: Super Bowl XLIX Prediction

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola previews Super Bowl XLIX and offers his prediction for the big game.

Super Bowl

XN Sports Podcast Episode 6: Super Bowl Preview and NFL 2014 Awards

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola and Dave Major preview Super Bowl XLIX and hand out XN’s NFL 2014 awards.

Gary Bettman

New Format Is Ruining The Once-Great World Cup Of Hockey

by Sean Hartnett

XN sports writer Sean Hartnett condemns the bizarre format changes made to the returning World Cup of Hockey.

Aaron Rodgers

2014 NFL Regular Season Awards

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola hands out XN Sports’ 2014 NFL MVP, Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year awards.

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With Hollow Punishments, Why Wouldn’t the Patriots Cheat?

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola argues the Patriots should be harshly punished for using under-inflated balls during their AFC Championship win over the Colts.

Marc Staal

Extending Marc Staal Is A Big Win For The Rangers

by Sean Hartnett

The Rangers are fortunate that shutdown defenseman Marc Staal was willing to sign for less than what he could have potentially earned on the open market.

Rodgers

XN Sports Podcast Episode 5

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola and Sam Spiegelman recap the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs and preview the Conference Championship Games.

Andrew Luck

Is Andrew Luck on the Verge of Greatness, or Already There?

by Mario Mergola

It time to stop talking about Andrew Luck as “almost there” and officially dub him a great quarterback.

Andrew Luck

Conference Championship NFL Picks: Can Andrew Luck Orchestrate An Upset In Foxboro?

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola makes picks against the spread for the Conference Championship matchups.

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GLENN MINNIS

Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban Not Happy With All-Star Game Voting , Wants To Fix System

by Glenn Minnis

Mark Cuban’s novel idea to fix the All-Star game is to take the voting out of the fans’ hands.

Jeremy Lin

The Curious Case Of Jeremy Lin

by Glenn Minnis

Jeremy Lin’s star is fading as quickly as it rose.

 

IGOR DERYSH

baseball field, sunset

Sued For Discrimination, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon Has A LONG History of Being the Absolute Worst

by Igor Derysh

While the accusations against Mets COO Jeff Wilpon are enraging, the worst charge is that he tried to blame anyone else for his 12-year reign of ineptitude.

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Adrian Peterson and America’s Macho Dad B.S.

by Igor Derysh

Adrian Peterson grew up in an era of ‘macho dads’ hitting their kids, drinking, smoking, and only referring to other races with slurs. Now we know better.

 

BOGAR ALONSO

Al Horford

NBA Power Rankings Week 13

by Bogar Alonso

NBA Power Rankings: The Hawks can’t be beat, trouble in Motown, and the Cavs are rolling thanks to… J.R. Smith?

Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose Won’t Go Quietly into the Night

by Bogar Alonso

If his long and tumultuous recovery shows anything, it’s that Derrick Rose won’t simply fade into squalor.

 

SEAN HARTNETT

Gary Bettman

New Format Is Ruining The Once-Great World Cup Of Hockey

by Sean Hartnett

XN sports writer Sean Hartnett condemns the bizarre format changes made to the returning World Cup of Hockey.

 

TONY CONSIGLIO

Cole Hamels

Trading For Cole Hamels Not The Right Move For Red Sox

by Tony Consiglio

According to recent reports the Phillies may be eyeing Red Sox youngsters in exchange for the Philadelphia ace.

 

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John Daly

John Daly Still Struggling To Overcome Ghosts Of John Daly

by Glenn Minnis

Over his 16-year run, John Daly has openly battled alcohol and substance abuse addictions, but clearly those were not his only demons.

Getty Images

When The Bird Was The Word

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus reminds us that Mark Fidrych only needed one season to leave his singular mark on the game.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods: Not Gone, But Nearing Forgotten

by Wade Evanson

The golf greatness we knew as Tiger Woods is long gone, replaced by a mere mortal named Eldrick.

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What’s in a Name, or A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus on Pete Rose, and that which lies within a name.

 

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