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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

NFL Week 7 Final Game Giants vs Cowboys: Injury Gained, Game Loss

The much aniticipated match between the Dallas Cowboys and New York ended with injuries that defined their future. The event happened Monday night October 25, 2010 at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The home court edge of the Cowboys didn’t work that much. It has been so sad for their to see them defeated in their own grounds. Their match was the last match for week 7 this season.

Eversince the Week 7 started, the Cowboys has been injured filled. Last Thursday, linebacker Stephen Hodge underwent microfracture surgery on his right knee placed on injured reserve.

The game started in favor for the Cowboys in the first quarter wherein they scored 10 points. Not much lead as it is since Giants was able to recover on the second quarter and grabed the lead from the Cowboys and scored 17 and maintained the lead until the end of the quarter with the score of 24 against Cowboy’s 20. When the 3rd quarter started, the Giants continued to dominate the game with the score of 14-0 and eventually end up being the number one in the NFC East. This has been their fourth straight win and moved a full game ahead in the division.

Much victory for Giants now, especially for their precious Eli Manning who has played well in the game. He managed to pull out their 13-point deficit to a 41-35 victory. Team mates Brandon Jacobs and Laurence Tines who also contributed much to the victory. Giants’ coach Tom Coughlin, has been so proud of the result. "The way we started the game tonight, to be able to come back from that and show the mental toughness was big," he said.

On the other hand, of the Giants are celebrating, sadly the Cowboys are has been on the rocks right yet they remained optismistic. Words has been positive from the seriously injured Tony Romo. "I'm staying optimistic," Romo said. "This football team has a lot of high-character guys, a lot of competitive individuals who aren't going to give in to a tough situation."

The match has given Romo as serious left clavicle fracture after linebacker Michael Boley landed on him. It was purely a hard hit and now foul play has ever happened. Cowboys were leading when the injury happened and the team even managed to stretch the lead after that. But then again the result didn’t turn out good for the Cowboys this time. The result of the match takes out Romo and entire team out of 2010 NFL.

For those who placed their bet on NFL football especially for those having faith on the capacity of Giants to pull out victory amidst home court advantage of the Cowboys, they would been the happiest among the bettors now. Obviously, they were able to gain much. Most of the betting were picking up the Cowboys yet the Giants emerged to win.

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Friday, October 22, 2010

UFC 121 Results: Cain Velasquez is the new Heavyweight champion! He won via TKO!

I know you guys have been waiting for this very day. The day when the undisputed UFC Heavyweight champion will face his toughest rival yet. Cain Ramirez Velasquez is the toughest, undefeated, and number one contender to fight the reigning Heavyweight champion of the UFC.

Cain has never been defeated in his entire MMA career. He fought a total of 8 fights and won in all bouts. And oh, 7 of his wins are via knockout! Pretty impressive isn't it? Imagine how tough he was back then and until now. He's a purple belter in Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu. His expertise are Wrestling and Kickboxing. He is possibly the strongest mixed martial artist that Brock Lesnar will face in his career.

Brock Lesnar, on the other hand, is really tough and undeniably the best fighter in his weight class. He has a total of 6 fights and he won 5 times. He was defeated once by Frank Mir, but a lot of Lesnar fans said that Mir was just lucky that time. If we compare their records, Velasquez has more experience over to Lesnar. Velasquez started his UFC career on 2006, while Lesnar just stared last 2007.

Velasquez is a veteran fighter and so far he's the best Heavyweight fighter that has a huge, I mean HUGE potential to beat Brock Lesnar left and right. I'm pretty sure that Velasquez has 99.9% chance of winning the Heavyweight championship in UFC 121. If there's some sort of miracle, Lesnar can still win and retain his title.

I'm not an expert forecaster and most of my forecasts didn't actually come true, so don't trust me if I predict who will win and who will lose in each fight card.

Let's just all watch UFC 121 live stream on our favorite live streaming websites. We can't give you tips and sources anymore of where to watch UFC 121 for free because Zuffa will get mad again. We'll do our best to provide live play-by-play updates during UFC 121 and live results of each bout.

See you all this Saturday night at exactly 7PM PT/10PM ET and let's all watch UFC 121 live from Honda Center in Anaheim, California, United States. You can watch UFC on Pay-Per-View, Yahoo Sports, UFC.com Smooth HD, Direct TV, Dish Network, Cox, and Comcast.

So... Who do you think will win in the UFC 121 championship bout?

UFC 121 Live Blogging Updates

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:17PM ET: The first Heavyweight bout has just started. Brendan Schaub is now facing Gabriel Gonzaga inside the arena!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:22PM ET: The first round has just ended and we are now on the second round. It was a great first round for Brendan Schaub as he almost knocked out Gonzaga in the last few seconds of the first round.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:23PM ET: Gonzaga should be really careful this time as Schaub is really doing a great offense. Gonzaga is trying to attack Schaub, but Schaub is doing to well defending himself.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:26M ET: Round 2 has just ended. Let's get ready for the 3rd round! It looks like Schaub's gonna win this match if Gonzaga can't do better in round 3.



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:32PM ET: The last round will almost end and it's pretty boring. I think that Schaub will win via unanimous decision in this Heavyweight bout.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:33PM ET: The match ended! Whatta boring match!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:35PM ET: Brandon Schaub just won via unanimous decision. Schaub was quick, Schaub was tough, Schaub deserved to win! Now let's proceed to the next match!

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:40PM ET: The Student vs Trainer match is coming up! Tito Ortiz vs. Matt Hamill. Who will win? I think the teacher will be victorious against his Padawan. Matt "The Hammer" Hamill is now entering the arena!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:44PM ET: Tito Ortiz is now entering the Arena carrying an American Flag. Let the Light Heavyweight match begin!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:45PM ET: Both are now being introduced by Bruce Buffer. Let's get ready to rumble! Fighting on the blue corner is Matt Hamill and fighting on the red corner is Tito Ortiz. Former UFC Light Heavyweight champion vs the former champion's student? Let's see how this fight goes...

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:47PM ET: Round 1 has started! Tito Ortiz is attacking Hamill! He did a great offense. He's like a caged animal in his corner. He's going wild! He's really fast! Hamill should be really careful facing his teacher!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:48PM ET: Hamill grabbed Ortiz, but Ortiz escaped easily! This round is exciting!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:52PM ET: Round 1 has just ended. This match is unpredictable. Both are doing great in the first round!

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:52PM ET: Round 2 has started! Hamill makes the first offense with a rapid punch, while Ortiz is a great defense.





UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:57PM ET: Hamill now attempt to submit Ortiz. He's punching Ortiz again and again. Tito is doing his best to escape from Hamill's mountain crucifix.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 10:59PM ET: Round 2 has ended and the round goes to Matt Hamill! If Ortiz can't do something awesome in the last round, Hamill will surely win this bout!

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:02PM ET: 3 minutes left in the last round. I think Hamill will win this Light Heavyweight match against his teacher.





UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:04PM ET: Hamill is over Tito and he is punching Tito over and over again. Tito can't moved and can't escape. This night is Hamill's night! He dominated the match and won via unanimous decision! The student defeated his Teacher! It's an excellent victory for Matt Hamill!



UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:08PM ET: Matt Hamill thanked Ortiz during the interview. Hamill is pretty humble and he's very emotional. Hamill seems to have a hard time talking. I think he has a problem with his tongue. Anyway, he won and that's what matters!

(I just found out that he's deaf! Thanks for the comments! Haha!)

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:10PM ET: Now let's proceed to the next match. The Welterweight bout of Diego Sanchez vs. Paulo Thiago.



UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:14PM ET: On the blue corner is Paulo Thiago, and on the red corner is Diego Sanchez! Let the match begin! Sanchez wearing white trunks while Thiago is wearing black trunks.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:15PM ET: Thiago attacked and attempted to choke Sanchez, but he can't do it, not just yet.





UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:21PM ET: Round 1 has ended. Live updates will resume after this match. I will take a short break. Thiago attempted to take down Sanchez multiple times, but he failed. Let's see what will happen in the second round. As I've said, updates will resume after the match. I will just post the winner when this match ends.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:25PM ET: Diego is now on top. If Diego will fart, Thiago will definitely lose this match!







UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:30PM ET: We're now on the last round! This is Diego's night! I really think that he'll win. He carried Thiago while screaming in the air! He's running and he takes Thiago down! Thiago is obviously hurt but he still moves and tries to defend himself.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:34PM ET: 1 minute and 40 seconds remaining. Paulo Thiago is really tired and it's pretty obvious that he will lose this fight. Diego Sanchez is dominates this match! Everybody is shouting Diego! Diego! Paulo attempted to take down Diego, but Diego managed to stop Thiago's choke attempt. Diego did a full mouth but Thiago keeps on escaping! In the last few seconds of round 3, Diego gave Thiago a rapid punch. It's really fast and really strong. Thiago can't handle Diego's attacks anymore and the round has ended!

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:35PM ET: Sanchez won via unanimous decision! Now let's proceed to the last bout before the main event. The Welterweight bout of Jake Shields vs. Martin Kampmann is up next!

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:39PM ET: Jake Shields and Martin Kampmann are now both entering the arena. The co-main event is about to start! On the red corner is Jake Shields and on the blue corner is Martin Kampmann







UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:50PM ET: Round 1 has just ended. Live updates will resume on the main event, unless something exciting happens in this bout in the next 2 rounds.

UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:50PM ET: Shields attempted to submit Kampmann and he also did a full mouth, but Kampmann managed to escape. Jake is currently on top of Kampmann, trying to finish this bout via submission. Kampmann is trying to establish a clinch a couple of times, but Shields is doing a great job to escape Kampmann's clinch attempt.



UPDATE 10/23/2010 11:57PM ET: Round 3 has just started! I still can't tell who will win in this match. Both are doing great in the first 2 rounds. Kampmann stopped a lot of Shields' take down attempts. Shields is exhausted and he can't keep up with Kampmann anymore.

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:00AM ET: Kampmann is dominating the last round. Jake Shields is below Kampmann. Kampmann is trying to win this bout via submission. Jake is pretty exhausted right now. Jakes can't defend himself anymore, he's just trying to survive up to the last minute of this final round.



UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:00AM ET: The world turned upside down. Jake is in control now. He's trying to submit Martin Kampmann.

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:04AM ET: The match has ended and we are still waiting for the official announcement.

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:05AM ET: The official result has been announced! Jake Shields won via Split Decision! Now let's proceed to the last match! This is it! The Heavyweight match that everyone has been waiting for so looooooong!

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:07AM ET: It's time for the main event of the evening! This is the biggest fight in the UFC Heavyweight history!

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:11AM ET: This is it! The last and most awaited match! Cain Velasquez is now entering the arena! The unbeaten will now attempt to be the new Heavyweight champion of the UFC!



UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:12AM ET: And now, the reigning champion is entering the UFC arena! Every minute of this bout is definitely explosive!



UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:15AM ET: Both of them are now inside the arena! Everybody is excited and shouting and cheering for both fighters! This is it! Let's watch and see who will win!



UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:19AM ET: On the blue corner is the undefeated and challenger. On the red corner is the undisputed and the reigning Heavyweight champion of the UFC!

UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:20AM ET: The match starts with both attacking each other! It's really explosive and exciting! Lesnar is attempting to finish Cain in the first round!







UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:25AM ET: Cain Velasquez attacked Brock Lesnar. Lesnar is spinning out of control! Lesnar is exhausted and Lesnar is pretty tired. Lesnar can't move! It looks like it's over! Cain Velasquez is the new Heavyweight champion! Velasquez is the first Mexican Heavyweight champion! Velasquez is too strong for Lesnar! Lesnar is now defeated! Cain Velasquez remains undefeated! What a performance!



UPDATE 10/24/2010 12:29AM ET: Cain Velasquez celebrates the biggest win of his life! He's now the new reigning UFC Heavyweight champion! Brock Lesnar is really humble, he admitted the Cain is really stronger and better and deserves to be the champion! That's all for tonight! Replay videos are available at mixedmartialartvideos.com

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Quest For the Stanley Cup: Los Angeles Kings vs. Minnesota Wild

NHL betting fans are surely looking forward for the match between LA Kings and Minnesota Wild. Both are doing good in their previous games. They should not waste any game and set their mind straight on getting to the play offs. Well, winning has been the main goals of all teams though. As per their standings in their respective divisions, of the 8 games they played, Kings won 6 while Wild won 3.

Kings ranks first in their division (Pacific) with 12 points all in all while Wild is way under Calgary with 8 points and tied with Colorado and Vancouver.

Kings has an awesome 5-2-0 mark (2-2-0 on the road) on the season so far and has won 4 out of their 5 games. Good thing that the Kings were able to win over Colorado Avalanche (6-4) after so much hindrances during their match.

Fingers were all crossed when both teams were on tie on the 3rd period when unfortunely Simmonds brought a five-minute major penalty and a 10-minute game misconduct. Nevertheless, they managed to win in the end.

The Wild on the other hand are on the rocks in their 3-3-1 (Home 2-2-0) standing. Having won over Edmonton Oilers didn’t bring much success because it was then followed up with a loss to Vancouver Canucks.

Now the Wild will face the Kings after their quest against Oilers and Canucks, on their rink and bookmakers are also making their way for the betting scheme. In BetUs.com, bookmakers listed Minnesota at -115 while the Kings at -105. Several betting sites are aslo displaying their schemes and surely bettors are on tight monitoring of the events.

The quest for the prestigious Stanley Cup has began and NHL fans are on lookout now for their favorite teams. It is not only because if their team will get the chance to grab the awesome trophy, it will bring them so much honor and pride but aslo for the fact that along the way they were betting for it.

Stanley Cup betting has been making the quest for the championship even more exciting as the season happens. Games have started and points have been listed. Betting lines are already out for each team every game. This is week three and betting once and for all highten up.

Seeing the figures for the first time would really boggle your mind but as time pass by and as you enjoy the game, the explanations would only fall into places. NHL games won’t be complete without these betting things. It’s already part of the season.

There are several betting sites nowadays but first you need to have full understanding on how to bet. It is not just a simple win-lose betting wherein if your team wins then you will get all the bets for the opponent.

It involves techniques and faith to the team you’re betting. Of course, it involves risks and the chances of winning is vaque until the game ends.

However, that’s the beauty of sport betting, having faith on your team and sacrificing money and if your team will play well then you’ll get more of your money back.

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Friday, October 15, 2010

UFC 120 Results and Play-by-play Summary: Bisping defeated Akiyama!

This Saturday, October 16, 2010, another Ultimate event is about to happen! UFC goes back to London and will feature awesome fight cards that will satisfy our UFC cravings. There's no championship bout, but we'll witness 5 great bouts, featuring 10 impressive fighters.

The main event will be England vs Japan. Michael Bisping representing Englan and Yoshihiro Akiyama representing Japan. We bet that Bisping will win tonight's match and will defeat Akiyama via knock out. If not, Bisping will still win via Unanimous Decision.

Here are the other fight cards that will be feature on the 120th Ultimate Fighting Championship:

» Welterweight bout: James Wilks vs. Claude Patrick
» Heavyweight bout: Cheick Kongo vs. Travis Browne
» Welterweight bout: John Hathaway vs. Mike Pyle
» Welterweight bout: Dan Hardy vs. Carlos Condit

You can watch the live stream of UFC 120 in Yahoo Sports and UFC.com. The first ever UK UFC Fan Expo will coincide with this event. This event will air on the same day, via tape delay, on Spike TV in the United States.

Live blogging updates of UFC 120 and multiple ways to watch UFC 120 will be posted here at SLB. UFC 120 Live Stream will start at exaclty 8:00 PM Eastern Time. Don't forget, 8:00 PM ET!

Results of each UFC match will also be posted here right after the end of each match.

We'll not be able to do live play-by-play updates and summary of each fight card on UFC 120. We'll resume our live blogging updates hopefully in the next UFC events to come. Zuffa LLC filed a DMCA complaint against us and warned us to stop doing what we are doing or else we'll suffer the consequences.

Just watch UFC 120 on your favorite live streaming websites as of now. Sorry guys.

Here are the results and summary of the main event of UFC 120. As predicted, Bisping defeated Akiyama via Unanimous decision.

In the first Welterweight bout of the main event, Patrick defeated Wilks via unanimous decision.

The next match is the Heavyweight bout of Cheick Kongo vs. Travis Browne. Browne and Kongo fought to a unanimous draw. They both scored 28 in all 3 judges.

Pyle defeated Hathaway by unanimous decision in the Welterweight bout.

Condit defeated Hardy via knock out through punches. Carlos Condit received a $60,000 bonus for the "Knockout of the Night" award.

In the main event Bisping defeated Akiyama via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27). The last match is the "Fight of the Night", and they both received $60,000 bonus from UFC!

Below are the replay videos of UFC 120:
1. Michael Bisping vs Yoshihiro Akiyama
2. Dan Hardy vs Carlos Conduit
3. John Hathaway vs Mike Pyle
4. Cheick Kongo vs Travis Brown
5. James Wilks vs Claude Patrick

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tampa Bay Rays are well-prepared for Game 5

Game 5 is almost here and I bet everyone's excited to witness the face off between the Texas Rangers and the Tampa Bay Rays. The Tampa Bay Rays are getting ready for this big day and they made 5,000 seats on sale for Game 5 as reported by ESPN.

They obviously don't have an attendance problem for the playoff games. This is gonna be an exciting day for everyone as more seats will be available on this big day.

This coming Tuesday is the fifth and deciding game of Ray's American League Division Series

The Rays have sold tickets for five thousand seats and it's the very first time that this will happen this season. I bet many Tampa Bay fans will be present on this most awaited day.

Tampa Bay, which lost the first two games of the series at home, rallied to win Games 3 and 4 in Texas to force Tuesday's winner-take-all Game 5. David Price will pitch for the Rays against Rangers ace Cliff Lee in a rematch of Game 1.

The Rays are 45-18 when they play in front of 30,000 fans or more at home since 2008. They lost the last two of those contests, dropping Game 1 in front of 35,474 fans and Game 2 before a crowd of 35,535.

The New York Yankees are awaiting the winner in the American League Championship Series, which will begin Friday at Tampa Bay or Texas.

The Rays averaged averaged 23,024 fans at home this season, ranking 22nd among the major leagues' 30 franchises, according to EPSN.com.

The Rangers can make history in two ways if they win. According to Elias Sports Bureau as reported by EPSN, way back to the beginning of baseball postseason history in 1903, there has never been a major league playoff series in which the road team has won every single game. Another fact is that the Rangers franchise, dating back to its inception as the expansion Washington Senators in 1961, has never won a playoff series of any kind. This is just frustrating, really! But we'll see if they will win this time!

Tampa Bay also can add its name to the history books by becoming the eighth team to win a five-game series after trailing 2-0. And oh, did you know that the last team to accomplish the feat was the 2003 Boston Red Sox, in the ALDS against the Oakland Athletics? Now you know!

Don't forget that online sports betting at Sports Interaction is available everyday and everynight! 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just visit their website to place your bets in any upcoming Baseball games!

So let's watch Game 5 this Tuesday! Don't forget to buy your tickets early! Because even if there are 5,000 seats on sale, there's no guarantee that it will never be sold out. It's the 5th and deciding game, so buy your tickets now!

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

NFL Power Rankings Week 5: The Jets are at the Pinnacle!

After 4 weeks of NFL goodness, here comes week 5! This week, the Jets made it to the top of the Power Rankings! They have dethroned the Pittsburgh Steelers from the top spot this week. The Steelers had their first loss this season against the Ravens. Now, the Ravens ranked 3rd, while the Steelers are in the 4th place.

Even if the Ravens defeated them in this year's season opening, they've proved that one defeat can't pull them all down. They have a big chance to be part in this season's Sweet 16, Elite 8, and Final 4. I doubt if they can make it to the Super Bowl, but let's see. The New York Jets are still one of the best teams that the National Football League has!

"Rex Ryan's bunch has beaten division rivals New England, Miami, and Buffalo on consecutive Sundays, and they played well in all three games", said Bruce Ciskie of NFL Fanhouse.com

At this point, no one is still dominating the league, everyone's hot Super Bowl pick takes the top spot in our latest NFL Power Rankings, even ahead of the only team to beat them.

Let's see what will happen next week. The power rankings are still changing week after week. Here's the summary of NFL Power Rankings Week 5! Each team's brief summary is written by Bruce Ciskie of courtesy of NFL Fanhouse.


1. Jets (3-1) | Last Week: 7
That loss to the Ravens feels like it was a lot longer than three weeks ago and it is only moving further into the rearview with the return of Santonio Holmes, Calvin Pace and Darrelle Revis this week. Brett Favre didn't have a McNabbian influence on the Jets, but beating him in his return to Jersey would be cathartic all the same. --Josh Alper

2. Saints (3-1) | Last Week: 4
It wasn't impressive, but the Saints managed to hold off Carolina Sunday at the Superdome. Perhaps they were still in a bit of a funk from the Atlanta game, but the Saints are also battling some injuries that could make it hard for them to hold this spot.

3. Ravens (3-1) | Last Week: 11
The Ravens are going to play a lot of close games this year, because they just don't have an offense capable of averaging 30-35 points per game. Instead, they make big plays when they're needed most, like Joe Flacco's winning touchdown pass to T.J. Houshmandzadeh Sunday.

4. Steelers (3-1) | Last Week: 1
Pittsburgh couldn't keep Baltimore out of the end zone Sunday in the final minute, leading to their first loss of the season. Now, they get Ben Roethlisberger back, and if he's effective, there's no doubt he will make a dangerous team better.

5. Patriots (3-1) | Last Week: 6
Special teams keyed New England to a huge win over Miami Monday night, a win that allows the Patriots to stake their claim to a spot among the league's elite. The defense still flashes some holes, but it's hard to deal with an offense clicking like this one is.

6. Texans (3-1) | Last Week: 7
Houston held Arian Foster out for some time Sunday, and Foster still burned the Raiders defense. With the Colts, Titans, and even Jaguars looking like decent teams, this division is hardly a cakewalk, but Houston does indeed have the upper hand at the quarter pole.

7. Bears (3-1) | Last Week: 2
The Bears found a way to keep Jay Cutler off his back for large chunks of their first three games, but the offensive line fell apart against the Giants. Assuming Cutler is good to go this weekend, the Bears better get to work on finding ways to protect him better.

8. Colts (2-2) | Last Week: 4
Peyton Manning has been out of his mind so far this season. Somehow, the Colts are only 2-2. That's scary in a way, because their best player probably can't play much better than he has been. Instead, the rest of the team -- especially the leaky defense -- has to step up quickly, or the Colts will find themselves in unfamiliar territory.

9. Chiefs (3-0) | Last Week: 15
The Chiefs enjoyed their week off by watching the other undefeated teams fall, leaving them as the only remaining team with no losses after four weeks. They now have an incredibly tough test to keep that distinction, as the Chiefs travel to Indianapolis and Houston in the next two weeks. --R.J. White

10. Chargers (2-2) | Last Week: 12
The Chargers dominated the Cardinals from opening kickoff to the final whistle on Sunday. Norv Turner's offense is leading the league by posting over 450 offensive yards per game. The passing offense ranks third at 318.5 yards per game. Who needs Vincent Jackson, anyway? --RW

11. Packers (3-1) | Last Week: 8
Sunday marked one of the most underwhelming home wins in recent memory for the Packers. Fortunate as they are to have gotten so many breaks in that game, the Packers have to focus now on getting better, because the schedule is about to get really tough in a hurry.

12. Falcons (3-1) | Last Week: 9
Rallying from 14-0 down at home to win is always nice, even when it's a game as flawed as the Falcons' effort against winless San Francisco. Atlanta can be happy with the win, but like so many teams that won Sunday, it wasn't exactly a great performance.

13. Rams (2-2) | Last Week: 20
Unbelievable as it may sound, the Rams look to be the favorites to win the West. Coming off a 1-15 season, St. Louis has rattled off two consecutive wins and held opponents to under 17 points in each of their four games this season. Nice job, coach Spags! --RW

14. Redskins (2-2) | Last Week: 22
You'll never see a quarterback get more praise for completing 8-of-19 passes than Donovan McNabb got in the hours after the victory against the Eagles. We know, we know: It was about a lot more than simple statistics, but let's not mistake an emotional win for a particularly impressive one. --JA

15. Broncos (2-2) | Last Week: 21
Kyle Orton made history on Sunday by posting the second best yardage total through four games of a season. He can partially thank back-to-back games with at least 50 pass attempts. The offense can't get Knowshon Moreno back quickly enough, and the Broncos face a tough test next week against the Ravens. --RW

16. Vikings (1-2) | Last Week: 16
The Vikings took the week off, allowing them to try to get their offense more in sync. So far, Brett Favre looks old and his receivers look average. If that continues, this will become Adrian Peterson's team more than it already has.

17. Titans (2-2) | Last Week: 10
With a chance to go to 3-1, Tennessee turned in another uneven performance in a home loss to Denver. The Titans are 1-2 at home, and they just don't look like a Super Bowl contender. They do, however, have a solid defense and they can run the ball, two major ingredients if they are to be around in January.

18. Cowboys (1-2) | Last Week: 18
Not a bad bye week for the Cowboys. Everyone but Dez Bryant got a free meal in the lap of luxury and then the whole team benefited from another weekend that made it clear that parity is back in vogue in the NFL this season. That's terrific news for a team that lost their first two games and needed help to stay in the mix at the top of the NFC. --JA

19. Dolphins (2-2) | Last Week: 19
After a 2-0 start, the Dolphins have dropped back-to-back nationally-televised home divisional games. That's not going to help matters, especially when they now have to look up in the standings at the two teams that beat them (New England and the Jets).

20. Giants (2-2) | Last Week: 25
There's a lot of backslapping going on in the wake of the victory over the Bears, but let's not lose touch with reality here. The pass rush was outstanding and deserves praise, but the Bears don't really have an offensive line and the Giants otherwise looked exactly like the team that got blown out in the two previous weeks. Tom Coughlin didn't deserve all the skewering last week, he doesn't deserve the celebration just yet either. --JA

21. Buccaneers (2-1) | Last Week: 23
The week off gave Tampa Bay a chance to recover from that beatdown they got from Pittsburgh the previous Sunday. With Atlanta and New Orleans both looking like potential Super Bowl teams so far, the Buccaneers have an uphill battle in the NFC South, but they're off to a good start.

22. Jaguars (2-2) | Last Week: 30
Josh Scobee was the hero Sunday, with his game-winning 59-yard field goal. However, the Jaguars played well to get to that spot, with David Garrard having one of his better games and Maurice Jones-Drew running for over 100 yards. It might be too much to ask of them every week, but this was a great sign for Jacksonville.

23. Bengals (2-2) | Last Week: 13
Terrell Owens had a big game, but the Bengals still managed to lose to Cleveland, falling to 2-2. Cincinnati can't afford many more bad losses, as the Ravens and Steelers both look like Super Bowl contenders. The Bengals do have a win over Baltimore, but that won't get them to the playoffs.

24. Eagles (2-2) | Last Week: 14
Was the problem on Sunday that Kevin Kolb was running Michael Vick's offense or was the problem Kolb? It looked an awful lot like the dreadful first half against the Packers in Week 1 and he seemed content to check down when the team desperately needed him to throw downfield. There's always the possibility that Andy Reid is the problem, but we kinda knew that already. --JA

25. Browns (1-3) | Last Week: 27
The Browns can't stop many teams' passing attacks, as evidenced by Owens' huge day Sunday. What Cleveland has done so far is play hard for Eric Mangini and Mike Holmgren, despite not being overwhelmed with talent. It won't get them far in the AFC North, but they'll be rarely embarrassed.

26. Seahawks (2-2) | Last Week: 17
The Seahawks entered Week 4 with the opportunity to take the lead in a subpar NFC West, but fell to the Rams in St. Louis after scoring only three points. Recently signed slot-man Brandon Stokley led the team in receiving while the running game averaged only 2.7 yards per carry. Clearly, this offense needs work. --RW

27. Cardinals (2-2) | Last Week: 24
The Cardinals cut bait with Matt Leinart before the season in large part because they thought undrafted rookie Max Hall had more potential. After the Derek Anderson experiment predictably failed, Hall looks to be the starter moving forward. It can't get any worse, can it? --RW

28. Raiders (1-3) | Last Week: 26
The Raiders may have changed quarterback, but nothing is really changing in the standings. The team dropped their second straight game, losing to the Texans at home on Sunday. If you had Week 4 in the Darren McFadden injury pool, you hit the money when he suffered a hamstring injury. --RW

29. Lions (0-4) | Last Week: 28
Jim Schwartz watched his team badly outplay another opponent Sunday, only to see turnovers, penalties, and missed red zone opportunities sink them in a two-point loss to Green Bay. The Lions are getting close, but it's increasingly evident that "close" won't get them anywhere until at least 2011.

30. 49ers (0-4) | Last Week: 29
After an athletic play by Taylor Mays to turn a blocked punt from a safety into a touchdown, it looked like the 49ers were going to earn their first win against an Atlanta team that looks like it's headed for the playoffs. The team didn't score after the first quarter, and the preseason favorite to win the division is now 0-4. --RW

31. Panthers (0-4) | Last Week: 31
Some rather putrid play the first three weeks was followed up by a good effort against the defending champion Saints Sunday. That good effort still translated into a loss, but it might be the start for Carolina, who is stuck with a bad record in a good division.

32. Bills (0-4) | Last Week: 32
The Bills didn't have much of a chance against the Jets at full strength. With several defensive starters sidelined by injury, however, it's a wonder that they were able to keep the score respectable through the first half. And thanks to Ryan Fitzpatrick, they'll at least threaten other teams when they have the ball. --JA

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The NFL Draft 2013 is fast approaching and I bet football fans around the world are eager to witness the beginning of this year's NFL draft. The Super Bowl has recently ended, but the football fever is here to start again.

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Last February 23 to 26 the awesome Path to Primetime continues at the combine, where more than 300 top prospects will continue on their goal to achieve their dreams in the National Football League. We can all follow the action on the NFL Network.

Right after the 2013 NFL combine, here comes the NFL Draft. The 2013 NFL Draft returns to primetime, with the first round taking place on Thursday, April 25 at 8 PM eastern time. This will be immediately followed by the second and third rounds the day after (April 26 at 6:30 PM ET, Friday). The 4th to 7th rounds will be held on Satruday, April 27 at exactly 12 PM ET. Let's all watch it live on NFL Network!

Now the excitement is at its peak as it's already April! Full Mock Drafts by sports critics are now available online. You can also check out the different Mock drafts at NFL.com. The top 5 projections by various critics are also posted in the said website.

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