Who should start for the Bucs: Ryan Fitzpatrick or Jameis Winston?

Ryan Fitzpatrick took over the Buccaneers' starting quarterback position for a suspended Jameis Winston. Eight touchdowns in two games and a ridiculous press conference outfit later, the journeyman has looked impressive and many feel he should be the Bucs starting quarterback—even when Winston is reinstated. Others think Fitzpatrick is prone to hot streaks, only to cool down significantly. He...
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Should Eli Manning retire?

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning looked shook after playing the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football, getting pressure almost immediately during every drop back. His porous offensive line can't protect him and his health is legitimately in harm's way because of it. Immediate retirement might be the best thing for him. Still, with talented skill players around him, he can still make an...
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Will the Patriots save Josh Gordon?

The rich get richer as the New England Patriots traded a conditional fifth-round pick for controversial but talented wide receiver Josh Gordon. Gordon brings plenty of baggage with him, getting booted from the Cleveland Browns for injuring his hamstring in a promotional shoot and having problems with addiction. Some think the Pats can keep Gordon straight. Others think Gordon won't ever change....
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Do you even want Mayweather-Pacquiao II?

Floyd Mayweather announced that a second fight between him and Manny Pacquiao is on the way. Some boxing fans lit up, already excited for another megafight between two of boxing's biggest draws. Others were skeptical of a match between two boxers who are past their primes. Is this a fight you want? 🥊
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Which sport is more fun: College football or the NFL?

The NCAA and NFL seasons are in full swing and both sports are thrilling fans every week. But which one is better? College football offers tradition and an unparalleled stadium experience—and some fans think it's just more fun. However, the NFL offers the best athletes in the world at their physical peak. What do you think? 🏈
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Who really won Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin II?

The anticipated super rematch between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin lived up to expectations and ended once again with fans arguing the result. Alvarez officially won, but many feel that Golovkin did enough to come out victorious, sending many fans into a rage on social media. Some people believed Alvarez's aggression got him the win. Others had Golovkin winning because of his late round...
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Who deserves an NBA franchise more: Las Vegas or Seattle?

The NBA's popularity has never been higher and the league has been looking at other cities to expand. Two cities in many fans' minds stand out as ideal candidates for the next NBA franchise: Las Vegas and Seattle. Vegas has a great stadium in the T-Mobile Arena and locals are starving for more professional teams. Seattle lost an NBA team in heartbreaking fashion, but have a basketball-hungry fan...
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Will you miss Jemele Hill on ESPN?

Jemele Hill is officially done at ESPN. The former SportsCenter host was targeted by some fans for calling Donald Trump a white supremacist and injecting politics into sports. Some loved her for speaking her mind and will miss her presence on the biggest sports channel in the world. Others are glad to see her gone because her political views ruined the network's sports coverage. What do you...
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Is Henrik Zetterberg a Hall of Famer?

After 15 seasons, Henrik Zetterberg is hanging up the skates. The career-long Red Wing was not medically cleared to play professional hockey, forcing him to retire. After winning the Conn Smythe in 2008 and being part of the Triple Gold Club, some feel he is should be included in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Others feel his career was good, but not great enough to be inducted, no matter how beloved...
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Is the NFL 'blackballing' Colin Kaepernick?

Colin Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL, alleging that the league is colluding against him. Kaepernick started protesting racial injustice during the national anthem and has been unsigned since becoming a free agent—despite posting better numbers than other quarterbacks on NFL rosters. In any other situation, he would be at least a backup. Still, his record wasn't that good when he was...
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