I used to always want to make the big play — the big steal, the big block. But great defense isn’t always flashy — it’s work. Unrelenting work.
Players break down other players, from the best at their position to those they play against week in and week out. Because let's face it: The players know best.
I promise you I’m going to give you some real nitty-gritty football insight. I'm also going to include a Cowboy and a Raven. A Raven, man. That’s how serious I
It doesn’t matter if you’re on the Evo main stage or playing Marvel vs. Capcom with your friends — The intensity in fighting games is always the same.
But even if you guess right and think you know what’s coming, if he locates it, you’re still not going to hit it.
I couldn’t list those players without first talking about Von Miller. Now that I’ve done that, let’s take a look at the rest.
If you lose focus for even a split second, you’re done. These guys don’t play. They are the five toughest pitchers in the AL Central.
Without any further ado, here are five guys who I’m constantly having to battle. They’re the five toughest pitchers in our division.
I love these three guys — I can tell that they all love football. But they’re going to need to work on a few things to get to their ceiling as pros.
Instead of breaking down our opponents, I thought it would be cool to show you what makes a few of my teammates special.
I don’t think losing bothers guys in the NBA now.
I don’t want people to forget just how good the NBA was back when I was playing and how hard we competed with one another.
Listen, don’t be scrolling down right now. I need to give you guys some perspective before I drop a top five list on you.
In any era, I don’t know how you could stop both Cris Carter and Randy Moss on the same offense. But man, I would love to find out.
If all you needed was speed to get open in the NFL, Bill Belichick would have been on the phone with Usain Bolt a long time ago.
If there’s a common thread between all these guys, it’s unpredictability. They can hurt you all over the field.
These guys have figured out the best ways to score within their skill set. I’m going to try to show you how they do it.
What makes a finishing move truly great is when there’s a story behind it.
I thought it would be cool to expand beyond centers and break down some of the best defensemen (and defensive forwards) in the NHL.
Great players can analyze a situation, remain calm and execute on an extremely consistent basis — especially in crunch time.
When I reflect on the toughest players I’ve ever blocked, it’s these five guys who stand out amongst the rest.
In my 17 years in the NBA, I’ve encountered a lot of players with remarkable talent. But in my view, these select few were nearly unguardable.
When I started thinking about the NFL’s best pass rushers, I went straight back to my AFC West roots.
You know when one of your fantasy wide receivers lays an egg or doesn’t blow up like you thought he would? Don’t blame him. Blame us.
Starting with three hitters from my era and moving forward to three from the modern era, let’s take a look back at the guys I consider to be the most feared, mo