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#SSsports Chat Highlights 1/12/11

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, here are some highlights below: On Colts owner Jim Irsay retaining the services of Jim Caldwell… @jmreed44 : #SSsports I think The Colts feel he’s a bargain for the price. Don’t really wanna bring in a high paid coach for a team close to ceiling @mtread72: Caldwell’s [...]

#SSsports Chat Topics 1/12/11

It’s a snowy and cold Wednesday, which means that everyone should stay indoors and join in on the #SSsports Twitter Chat at 8pm EST. No excuses! Follow the chat from the account @SusanShanChat. There is only one requirement: please hashtag all tweets with #SSsports. To find out more about the chat, click here. Also, be [...]

Steelers Ravens Rivalry: Expect the Expected

Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. Put these two teams in the same sentence, and it’s like an old tale that seems to play on repeat mode. The Ravens franchise, of course, used to be the Cleveland Browns before Art Modell made his unpopular move and hoodwinked the city of Cleveland in 1996. Hence, in spirit, [...]

#SSsports Chat Highlights 1/5/11

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, here are some highlights below: On the firing of Rich Rodriguez… @AcctKing: Almost as big a question as Rich Rod’s future is Michigan’s future. One of the most storied coll fball programs is in shambles. #SSsports @dre_law_n_money: He didn’t fit the program. Coach Rod is a fast [...]

#SSsports Chat Highlights 12/8/10

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, there are some highlights below. And, thanks to @alaskansurveyor, we have a gorgeous sunset for our #SSsports picture! On the Heisman Trophy finalists… @nealkrause: James gets no respect because there are two other backs, 3 counting the QB, averages 5+ yards a carry in Eugene. #SSsports @alaskansurveyor: [...]

Big Ben Roethlisberger’s Return Inspires Testament to Fandom

I used to be a Dallas Cowboys fan. I know. Believe me, I know. In my defense, I spent my early childhood in Texas, and found it really hard not to cheer for a team that was so stacked at every position and virtually unbeatable. Besides, all of the adults were cheering for them, and [...]

numberFire is Fantasy Football’s Gift to Men and Women

As an avid and serious fantasy football player, I’m always looking for the edge that will put me ahead of my opponents and take me to the championship. As you know, football and fantasy football are games of inches (or fractional points). When you’re stuck at 12:45pm on Sunday trying to decide between starting Terrell [...]

NFL Week 2 Observations

After Sunday’s slate of eventful games, here are five observations I’ve made: There was a serious lack of good coaching yesterday. The Cowboys are self-explanatory; they got beat on both sides of the ball. Tony Romo threw two INTs and Roy Williams fumbled the ball away. Their running game totaled a dismal 20 carries for [...]

Did You Know Eli Has a Higher IQ Than Peyton Manning?

Guest post by Nicole Hayward, Edited by Susan Shan Many families crowded around the TV yesterday in anticipation for the brother versus brother showdown. To many fans’ dismay, it wasn’t much of a show at all. Peyton Manning spanked Eli Manning (Final Score: Colts 38, Giants 14). I believe, as Cris Collinsworth put it, “Come [...]

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