If a defense can keep the opposing team under 20 points, it's a feat that demands an applause. There's no two ways around it and it ruins what should be a terrific game. So how does this affect overtime directly Well, it's quite obvious. Were it not for the asinine rules to handicap the defense, the team getting the ball would not win the game 65 percent of the time, but would more than likely drop it to around 50-50.
Let's focus on killing the roots. This article was originally featured on NFL Spin Zone.. NEW YORK, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ Last Licks, a division of Steiner Sports(), will be hosting young stars from the ice and thehardwood, with both New York Rangers and New York Knicks personalitiesappearing this month.The January schedule currently features the following signings at differentlocations in Westchester County, New York:New York Rangers forwards Brandon Dubinsky and Aaron Voros onWednesday,January 14th at Armonk from 6:30pm-8:00pmNew York Rangers forwards Ryan Callahan and Colton Orr on Monday,January 19th at Rye from 6:30pm-8:00pmNew York Knicks Wilson Chandler and Nate Robinson on Tuesday, January20th at Scarsdale from 6:30pm-8:00pm"The Rangers and Knicks are a huge part of the sports fabric in New York,"said Steve Costello, Last Licks' vice president. "We're very excited to beable to connect our customers with an opportunity to meet some of the teams'young stars."In addition to the New York players, Tampa Bay Rays All-Star third basemanEvan Longoria will be appearing on Sunday, January 25th at Rye Ridge from11:30am-1:00pm.Fans can visit for more information on the signings,to order advance tickets, and find a calendar of upcoming events.Last Licks, a division of Steiner Sports featuring six different locations inWestchester County and Long Island, NY, is a spot for kids and families toenjoy everything sweet and sports related. Each store features a variety icecream flavors and treats, live video feeds of sporting events, and a multitudeof signed sports memorabilia and novelties.
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