Does Peyton Manning Perform Worse in the Playoffs?

The ongoing debate about the best quarterback of all time becomes complicated when people mention Dan Marino or Brett Favre, men whose playoff accomplishments did not match their regular season success. In our generation, two players sit high above the rest: Tom Brady, winner of three Super Bowls, and Peyton Manning, whose eleven playoff losses … More Does Peyton Manning Perform Worse in the Playoffs?

Ten Players You’ve Heard of on or Possibly Headed for the Waiver Wire

As the MLB creeps toward the postseason, teams are still looking for that one piece to help secure their spot to play in October. The most notable transactions usually occur prior to the trade deadline (e.g., Jake Peavy to the Boston Red Sox) with the immediate goal of increasing that team’s odds of obtaining the division … More Ten Players You’ve Heard of on or Possibly Headed for the Waiver Wire

Destined for a Championship? How Even the Best Teams Must Overcome Statistical Chance

Throughout most of the NBA regular season and the beginning of the playoffs, there was very little question in the eyes of NBA experts and observers about which team was the large favorite to win the NBA championship. The Miami Heat were pretty much assured to repeat. With their Game 7 championship victory, the Heat … More Destined for a Championship? How Even the Best Teams Must Overcome Statistical Chance

Overreaction or Over-coaching? Analyzing Hibbert’s Absence from Game One’s Decisive Play

Frank Vogel is the second youngest coach in the league, yet he and his coaching staff are the architects of the first ranked defense in the NBA in points allowed per game. Vogel is aided by one of the NBA’s best perimeter defenders, Paul George, as well as arguably the NBA’s best interior defender, Roy … More Overreaction or Over-coaching? Analyzing Hibbert’s Absence from Game One’s Decisive Play