Can the Knicks be saved?!

After years of misery being a Knicks fan, it looked at if things may turn a corner.  They went out and singed a big time free agent in A’mare with the hopes of signing another player to play Batman and Robin.  Well it did not work.  Instead of being patient and waiting for Camelo to become a free agent.  Dolan made a panic move, one that may of needed to happen, to bring him ‘home’ half a season earlier.  I was jacked up ready for the my team to win at the Most Famous Arena after this video: Looking back Continue reading Can the Knicks be saved?!

FF Rankings for your Fantasy Playoffs

This season has thrown many fantasy football owners for a loop.  Here at AVS, we are going to take a quick look at the top 5 fantasy players at each position going into the fantasy playoffs.  Our rankings will take into account stats thus far, injuries, and outlook for the rest of the season.  This is going to be a crucial read as you debate crucial start/sit decisions in the coming weeks. QB Rankings: Peyton Manning (vs.Tenn, vs.SD, @Hou) Matthew Stafford (@Phi, vs.BAL, vs.NYG) Cam Newton (@NO, vs.NYJ, vs.NO) Drew Brees (vs.Car, @Stl, @Car) Tom Brady (vs.Cle, @Mia, @Bal) Peyton Continue reading FF Rankings for your Fantasy Playoffs

What is Cano waiting for?

Robinson Cano is the hottest free agent in the baseball right but there are not too many teams lined up to pay him.  The two real players so far seem to be the Yankees and the Seattle Mariners.  There is always a mystery team that could jump in and blow everyone away, I think that is the Texas Rangers.  Texas can sign Cano then trade Profar for David Price, can you say absolute stacked team? The latest reports are that the Mariners are willing to offer Robbie 10 years $230-$240M.  This will definitely top the Yanks offer of 7 years Continue reading What is Cano waiting for?

The King of New York

A New York team made a big signing this week that will affect the team for the next decade.  It was for 7 years and they did the New York thing, overpay for too long.  Realistically it was the right move and more importantly the only move. This was not the Yankees signing Jacoby Ellsbury, we are talking about Henrik “The King” Lundqvist and his 7 year $59.5MM new deal with the Rangers.  Hank will be 38 years old by the time his contract runs out but this was the only move for the Rangers.  Having a elite goalie is Continue reading The King of New York