Kansas City Chiefs Offseason Needs

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The Kansas City Chiefs were the most improved team in the league in 2013. They went from a 2-14 squad in 2012 to an 11-5 team last year, which was good enough to get into the playoffs as a wild-card. The moves to bring in head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith paid off […]

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Jack’s Free Sports Picks: 4/23

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No. 2 Ranked Overall Handicapper in 2014! Jack Jones continues his HUGE 828-705 NBA Run as well as his HOT 20-10 MLB Start to the season Wednesday! He releases his 20* Blazers/Rockets TNT BAILOUT on the pro hardwood along with his 20* AL East GAME OF THE WEEK on the bases! Your best bet would […]

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Zurich Classic Predictions

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This is kind of a down spot on the PGA TOUR. The Masters was played just two weeks ago, followed by one of the best courses on TOUR at Harbour Town last week for the RBC Heritage. Next week, the best players in the world will travel to Quail Hollow, which has undergone a re-vamp […]

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San Diego Chargers Offseason Needs

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The San Diego Chargers were a rebuilding team last year under new general manager Tom Telesco and head coach Mike McCoy. They had missed the playoffs for three straight years and not much was expected of them in 2013. However, the players in that locker room wanted no part of being a rebuilding team. As […]

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Oakland Raiders Offseason Needs

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The Oakland Raiders have been in rebuilding mode for as long as I can remember. However, Dennis Allen managed to remain the head coach despite finishing 4-12 in back-to-back seasons. Sure, he hasn’t had a whole lot to work with, but he really hasn’t done a very good job, either. Owner Mark Davis, the son […]

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Carolina Panthers Offseason Needs

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The Carolina Panthers had their best season since 2008 last year. They would go 12-4 in the regular season to capture the NFC South title, the No. 2 seed in the playoffs, and a first-round bye. They fought tough against the San Francisco 49ers, but fell short in the NFC Divisional Round. General manager Dave […]

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