Dave Russell

Dave Russell is a New York Yankees, Knicks, and Rangers fan who hopes to witness his beloved Philadelphia Eagles win a Super Bowl. You can follow him on Twitter @DRuss_7.

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AL Wildcard Preview - New York vs. Houston

  The last two weeks of the regular season weren’t the most enjoyable for Yankee fans. Down the stretch, the team’s motto turned from competing for a divisional pennant, to just trying to clinch a spot in the 2-team wild card. Regardless, while losing six of their last seven games is nothing to brag home about,

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2015 Fantasy Football Sleepers

  Fantasy sports have always been so frustrating for me. Not because of the struggle of drafting a team or putting together the best possible lineup, more, instead, because I never thought of inventing such a simple, multi-billion dollar idea. In fact, I’ve had these same thoughts a lot recently now that I’m out of

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The New York Yankees' Magic Number

  We all know how disappointing a season it was for the 2014 New York Yankees. After losing 80% of their opening day starting rotation by the time their schedule entered the All-Star break, they sat 5 games out of the AL East behind Baltimore. Fast forward to today, though, and New York finds themselves

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Monroe to Milwaukee - The Trending Decision To Win

  The Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, and Milwaukee Bucks sit down at a bar. They all sit down and begin to talk to a 25-year-old, fairly attractive female actress. The Lakers begin their pitch by telling the woman they can offer her the most luxurious surroundings in beautiful Los Angeles. They even mention

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LeBron James Isn't Your Finals MVP

  M-V-P. The three most controversial letters in sports, right now. Many are calling for LeBron James, win or lose, to be named Most Valuable Player of the 2015 NBA Finals – and you can understand why. Averaging 36.5 points, 12.4 rebounds, and 8.8 assists per game, James’ numbers stack up better than any Finals’

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The Impact Of Cam Newton's New Deal

  “It’s one of the largest contracts the NFL has ever seen.” Get used to hearing that sentence on repeat over the next 12 months. When the Dolphins signed Ryan Tannehill to his new $95 million dollar contract, many were left scratching their heads – while NFL quarterbacks instantly started licking their chops, desperate to