Through my time as an intern and eventual promotion to featured columnist at Bleacher Report, I had the opportunity to write about a number of sports and sports teams. These are a few of my clips from B/R, sorted by sport.
National Football League
I anaylzed which Browns players are underrated heading into the 2013 seasons, and what fans should expect from those players.
With NFL free agency underway, I wrote about a number of players who would improve after signing with a new team in the offseason.
Heading into the offseason, I compared the various options that the Browns had at quarterback going into the 2013 season.
Prior to the NCAA tournament, I took a look at the reasons why the University of Miami had the best shot to win the national title.
Just a few hours before the Illinois Illini upset the No. 1 (at the time) Indiana Hoosiers, I wrote about Illini players who could really stand out.
Major League Baseball
The day that spring training began, I examined what pitchers had the most to improve on heading into the 2013 season.
Prior to many fantasy baseball drafts, I compiled a list of players who are overrated in the eyes of many fantasy owners, and wrote why those players don’t belong as high on many rankings as they are.
National Basketball Association
During the Wizards’ playoff run in April of 2014, I examined why the Nene and Marcin Gortat relationship down-low worked so well for Washington in the first series.
Prior to Washington’s exit from the second round of the playoffs at the hands of the Pacers, I broke down what was going right and wrong for the team in the postseason.
Although the Wizards didn’t have a pick until the second round of the 2014 draft, I ranked several players who the Wizards should target.
After free agency ended over the summer, I laid out a plan for the Wizards to follow for the next two seasons in order to further improve the team.