No. 44

Picking the best athlete to ever wear No. 44 is a no-brainer. Many people consider Hank Aaron the real all-time home run hitter to this day seeing as Barry Bonds would never have come even close without the help of steroids. Hammerin’ Hank did it the right way. He spent 21 season is the Major […]

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AFC and NFC South 2014

AFC South By Ben Dieter The AFC South is going to look eerily similar to what it looked like last season. I see nothing that happened this offseason that makes me believe that Houston or Jacksonville can vault themselves past Tennessee or Indy. Andrew Luck is going to be a year better, Jake Locker should […]

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No. 45

Why does it seem like I’m forgetting someone great when it comes to the greatest player to ever wear No. 45? To me it comes down to Pedro Martinez and Archie Griffin but I ultimately chose Martinez and his numbers (stats) speak for themselves. Pedro “Who’s your daddy” Martinez was an eight-time All Star, a […]

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AFC and NFC North 2014

AFC North By Ben Dieter

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AFC and NFC West 2014

AFC West By Ben Dieter I really don’t see the AFC West being much different than it was last year, which is the way I am sure that most people are predicting it. When you have Peyton Manning as your quarterback, as the Denver Broncos do, it is hard to say that any team is […]

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Packers postpone Favre’s ceremony

Last Month, Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy said although the team had plans to induct former quarterback Brett Favre into the franchise’s Hall of Fame and retire his No. 4, he didn’t think it would be this season. The Packers front office has since decided otherwise. They will in fact retire Favre’s number during […]

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No. 46

For me, this one comes down to 2 baseball pitchers: Andy Pettitte, who was a great pitcher, but did admit to using performance enhancing drugs, and former saves leader Lee Smith. I went back and forth, but finally I went with the former saves leader. Pettitte was great, and he may be in the hall […]

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No. 47

How appropriate is it that in our jersey number countdown, we land on No. 47 the same weekend Tom Glavine gets inducted into the Hall of Fame? The Hall of Fame pitcher was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1987 and he played there until 2002 when he became a New York Met. However, his […]

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No. 48

It didn’t matter what Stadium the Dallas Cowboys were playing in, it could be RFK Stadium against the Washington Redskins, the “Moose” calls could be heard every time Daryl Johnston touched the ball. Johnston is often overlooked when it comes to the Cowboys dynasty of the 1990s. Yes they had the Great Wall of Dallas […]

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