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Alex’s 32 Teams in 32 Days: Team 20—San Francisco 49ers

2008 Record: 7-9 2008 Season Review The 2008 season was a tumultuous one for the San Francisco 49ers. After getting out to a 2-1 start, the 'Niners appeared in good shape to make a possible playoff run. However, after four consecutive ... (Continue reading)

Michael Crabtree Proves “Prima Donna” Notions, Prepared To Be Re-Drafted

If there were still any questions that Michael Crabtree had a "prima donna" attitude, or liked himself in a T.O. kind of way, there are no doubts now. Late Thursday morning, reported that San Francisco 49ers first round pick ... (Continue reading)

Alex’s 32 Teams in 32 Days: Team 29—Oakland Raiders

2008 Record:  5-11   2008 Season Review After 2008 the Oakland Raiders became the first team in NFL history with six straight seasons with 10 or more losses.  That is nothing to be proud of. Owner Al Davis is clearly frustrated with his team’s ... (Continue reading)

How A Dwayne Bowe Fumble Changed NFL History Forever

The National Football League is a league rich in history. There are many events over the course of the years that have changed the league's history forever. For example, consider back in the early days when Lamar Hunt was denied an NFL ... (Continue reading)

Manny Provides Dodger Fans with Fireworks Saturday

In just his first at-bat Saturday, a game in which his Dodgers lost 7-4, Manny Ramirez took Padres starter Josh Geer deep for his seventh home run of 2009. The home run, the 534th of his career, tied Ramirez with Jimmie ... (Continue reading)

Do the Raiders Have a Quarterback Controversy on Their Hands?

Is JaMarcus Russell the best quarterback in Oakland? Should veteran Jeff Garcia get the starting job?  Is there possibly a quarterback controversy in Oakland? The Raiders picked Russell with the first overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft with the full ... (Continue reading)

Astros-Padres Finale Delayed—By Bees!

Rain delays are frequent in baseball:  it rains, the game is delayed, the rain eventually stops, and baseball resumes. However, in the series finale between the Astros and Padres at PETCO Park, Thursday, there was a different sort of delay. Bees ... (Continue reading)