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Sports Leagues Aren’t Doing Enough to Curb Head Injuries

(Note: This post can also been seen on FullyCovered.SportsBlog.com) Even as he sat in front of the media earlier this week, Chris Pronger–a man who has battled with the terrible symptoms of a severe concussion for the better part of the last two years–said he didn’t think the NHL should require players to wear visors […]

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NFL Playoff Predictions: Super Bowl Edition

So, I’ve basically had my mind made up since this matchup was set almost two weeks ago. Since then, I’ve been working to get my mind and my gut on the same page. Now that they are, I’m going to write that process out for you in this post. First, let’s just put it out […]

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Unsuck DC Metro FTW

To live and work (thus commute) in Washington, DC, is to know how convenient, yet unreliable the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is. And thanks to wonderful technological advancements that we’ve seen over the last decade, namely social media and things like Facebook and Twitter, people now have an outlet to voice those opinions to […]

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2012 OHPY and DOHPY Awards

At the end of the 2011 NFL season, our first in business here at OHP, we handed out the first annual OHPY and DOHPY Awards for the top (and bottom) performers in the league. This year, we will be giving out our—you guessed it—second annual OHPYs and DOHPYs, but the categories will be a tad […]

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NFL Playoff Preview: Conference Championship Edition

Ho, boy diggity. I don’t know that any weekend of football is ever going to top the one that just happened. The 2012 Divisional Playoffs may go down as one of the best in the history of the game–and rightfully so. Two insane comebacks, an incredible individual performance by one of the best young QBs […]

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The Real Manti Story: An Indictment on the Journalism Industry

The coverage of the Manti Te’o has been extraordinary. Since the story broke on Deadspin.com Wednesday afternoon everyone, from the Washington Post to the Boston Globe to CNN to ESPN to far more news outlets than I care to mention, has offered their angle on the coverage. But one such angle has yet to be touched. Which is where I’ll gladly […]

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The Search is Over! Chip Flipped!

UPDATE 2: Chipper was recruiting kids to come to Eugene as recently as two days ago. So this thing appears to literally have come out of the middle of nowhere. UPDATE 1: The Eagles make it official, posting an announcement on the team’s website: “Chip Kelly will be an outstanding head coach for the Eagles,” said Lurie. […]

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Know Why People Hate Us? Here’s Why.

A sandwich that consists of doughnuts, fried chicken and, bacon. That’s going to be the specialty of a new restaurant opening in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC, next month. So not only are we the world’s largest (literally) consumer of fast food products, but we celebrate when products are launched that–to a normal human being–would […]

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O Captain! My Captain! ‘G’ Gets the ‘C’

One of the best young Philadelphia Flyers, since the last best young Philadelphia Flyers, was officially named the captain of his team on Tuesday night. Claude Giroux will have the ‘C’ sewn on his sweater when the team takes the ice on Saturday when the Flyers take on the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Wells Fargo […]

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