Posts From Jordan Leandre

Rams Run Ragged, Roll Cowboys

In what appeared to be a fairly even matchup on the docket for the night-cap of Saturday football this Divisional Weekend, the Los Angeles Rams drilled the NFC East-winning Cowboys 30-22. The score might appear close—but if it weren’t for

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Staff Picks: NFL Divisional Round

Last week, staff members here at Prime Time Sports Talk, along with ex-NFL defensive lineman Mike DeVito, did their selections for Wild Card Weekend of the NFL Playoffs. Now here we are; a Texan no-show, a failed onside punt, a

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Red Sox, Betts Settle at $20 Million to Avoid Arbitration

As the Red Sox try and decide just how much money they will have left to spend on bullpen help, they have locked down another vital piece to the team’s success. In the time of year where everyone is settling

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Down on the Farm: Red Sox Prospects 11-15

Listed as 28th on Bleacher Report’s final rankings for MLB farm systems, it’s become well-known that the Red Sox have depleted their farm system in exchange for MLB talent. That being said, it isn’t as if they have zero intriguing

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Leandre: Could Sonny Gray Replace David Robertson?

After the end of the New York Yankees’ 2018 season, general manager Brian Cashman announced to the media that he was going into the offseason with the mindset to relocate right-handed pitcher, Sonny Gray. Rumors have been buzzing this winter

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Kimbrel or Ottavino? Why Not Both?

The Boston Red Sox are still stuck at a crossroads about whether to re-sign All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel or move in a new direction with a guy like Adam Ottavino, David Robertson, or Zach Britton. With the latter two off

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Saint Nick Moves Onto New Orleans

If you enjoyed sleeping with background noise, the first half of this game would’ve been the time to get in a nice mid-afternoon nap. Wrapping up Wild Card Weekend of the 2018 NFL Playoffs was the battle between the defending

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Could Red Sox Implement a Closer by Committee?

With the market for Craig Kimbrel beginning to thin out, Richard Justice of MLB.com seems to think that the 30-year-old closer will be remaining with the Red Sox for the foreseeable future. That being said, other teams are surely in

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3 Up, 3 Down: Studs and Duds from the Regular Season

This season was full of ups and downs for the New England Patriots. Not as dominant as in years past, the Patriots still were able to overcome their deficiencies in order to finish at 11-5. The problems began before training

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3 Up, 3 Down: Studs and Duds From Week 16

It’s become uncharacteristic of the New England Patriots to be playing a meaningful game against the Bills in Week 16 of the NFL season, but here we are. Having been unable to take care of business against the Dolphins and

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