Lots of good answers to our franchise player question, as readers tended to lean towards quarterbacks. But what might surprise you is which quarterbacks got picked.
So scroll to the bottom of the page to answer the next Question of the Week, but first read the answers to this week's question:
No sport has more amazing young talent than the NBA. But who's the best of the best of these young superstars? You're about to find out.
SIKIDS.com has assembled a 12-man dream team of young NBA talent. All of these players were under the age of 25 when the season tipped off. Read on to see who made the team...More »
Last month, yours truly interviewed Houston Texans Defensive End Mario Williams for a feature in the November issue of Sports Illustrated Kids. The issue with the story is on newsstands now (aka... go buy one if you haven't already!), but Mario and I ended up having such a good back-and-forth, I ended up with a lot of stuff that didn't make it into the magazine.
Keep reading for Mr. Williams' thoughts on naysayers, growing up in a town thisssssss big, and being dubbed a "Peyton Manning-stopper"...More »
When Ben Gordon signed with the Detroit Pistons in the off-season, Chicago didn't just lose its leading scorer. The team lost a fearless shooter during crunchtime. Forward Luol Deng will need to step into that role this season.More »
Led by legendary coach Bill Walsh, the San Francisco 49ers of the 1980s were the NFL’s home for dynamic offense. Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, and Roger Craig utilized the innovative West Coast Offense to revolutionize the art of scoring points. In 1994, new head coach George Seifert won Super Bowl XXIX with the lethal combination of Jerry Rice and Steve Young.
Now in 2009, the 49ers have perhaps found a new arsenal of aerial weapons, spearheaded by rookie wide receiver Michael Crabtree and offensive captain and multi-talented tight end Vernon Davis.More »
Finally, I got one right! Well… half right.
I thought last night was going to be a high-scoring affair, but I did predict that the Yankees would win to knot the Series at one game apiece.
The two teams have a day off to travel to Philly. Good thing because it will take them a whopping two hours!
But The Brain never takes a day off. Here’s my take on last night’s game and another look into the future…More »
Chris Bosh is one of the NBA's most consistent players: He averaged between 22.3 and 22.7 points per game in each of past four seasons.
However, despite his strong play, Bosh has not been the type of dominant player who can carry a team. This season, Bosh is playing with the best supporting cast of his seven-season NBA career.More »