Who is the Steelers' most dangerous weapon: Le'Veon Bell or Antonio Brown?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have tortured opponents with two players who are arguably the best at their respective positions: Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. Bell has been monster at running back, gaining 2,559 rushing yards and 1,271 receiving yards in the last two seasons. Antonio Brown has become a superstar with a history impossible, acrobatic catches and the production to match. Who is the...
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Who should start at quarterback for Alabama: Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa?

The reigning national champion Alabama Crimson Tide is back in action on September 1, but there are a few minor details to settle. Such as, who will be the starting quarterback? Jalen Hurts led Alabama a majority of the year, guiding the team to the national championship as a starter. However, when it was all on the line, it was Tua Tagovailoa who led the Crimson Tide in overtime to win the...
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Best '90s running back: Barry Sanders or Emmitt Smith?

Legendary NFL running Barry Sanders turned 50 years old, and everyone was quick to celebrate one of the greatest running backs of all time. But was Sanders the best back in the '90s? Sanders is second in all-time yards per carry and holds the record for most consecutive years with over 1,100 rushing yards. Still, Emmitt Smith holds the record for most career rushing yards and leads all running...
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Was Manny Pacquiao’s fight rigged?

Manny Pacquiao defeated Lucas Matthysse in the seventh round of their welterweight world title bout. The Filipino fighter knocked down Matthysse three times to score the TKO, but many are questioning whether his victory was legit or not. With boxing struggling, it's no surprise that Matthysse would go down easy to help Pacquiao get back on top. Still, Pacquiao was champion before, and he wouldn't...
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Will the U.S. men's soccer team qualify for the next World Cup?

The United States Men's National Team was left out of this World Cup due to mediocre play and an unfortunate series of events. Still, it's four years until the next men's World Cup and some feel the team will qualify. Others believe the U.S. soccer team will not recover from their latest failure unless some wholesale changes are made, and will be left out of the 2022 event. What do you think? ⚽
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Is Chase Utley a Hall of Famer?

Los Angeles Dodgers' second baseman Chase Utley announced he was going to retire at the end of the 2018 season. Utley remains a fan favorite in Philadelphia and has a World Series championship under his belt. But his numbers are good, not great, and it may not be enough to convince voters to elect him to the Hall of Fame. What do you think? ⚾
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Who would win in head-to-head match play: Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson?

A made-for-TV event featuring Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson going head-to-head—with $10 million on the line—is close to becoming a reality, according to Mickelson. People have debated who was the better golfer in their prime, but a match play game between the two is still intriguing now. Woods is still showing flashes of brilliance in recent tournaments. But Mickelson still has plenty left in...
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Who has the most annoying stans: Kobe Bryant or LeBron James?

A Los Angeles artist painted over his mural celebrating LeBron James' arrival to Los Angeles because it was continually vandalized. The artist suggested it was the work of Kobe Bryant fans. Some have condemned Kobe stans as some of the most annoying fans in the NBA, as cited by their alleged actions against a mural. Still, LeBron James has a group of super fans who some feel are equally as...
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Is Jeremy Lin a starter in the NBA?

Jeremy Lin is on the move again, heading to the Atlanta Hawks via trade. The Harvard grad is entering his ninth season in the league and has shown the ability to be a solid starting point guard in the NBA and could be in the mix for that role with the Hawks. However, with Lin’s ability to score and push the ball, he may be better suited as a sixth man in Atlanta. What do you think? 🏀
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Does LeBron James care more about winning championships or starring in movies?

LeBron James wasted little time exploring the other parts of being an NBA player in Los Angeles, dining with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Pacino—and he also reportedly sold a movie to Paramount Players, with himself as the lead. Some think James only came to Los Angeles to expand his growing business empire and does not really care about winning basketball games. Others believe he became...
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