Silverman: Just How Far Can The New Tiger Woods Go?There is little belief that Tiger will once again be a dominant figure who picks up major victories and wins at other tour stops throughout the year.
Silverman: Bradley, Fisher And Lewis On The NFL’s Hottest SeatsThe NFL is a win-now business, and teams that have fallen short of expectations give strong consideration to making changes at the head coaching position.
Silverman: Stakes High As Michigan And Ohio State Renew College Football's Best RivalryBo and Woody have morphed into Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer, and those two are nearly at the top of the college football mountain. Nick Saban is up ahead, and he may be impossible to catch.
Silverman: NFC East Has Risen From The Ashes To Top Of The HeapAfter a tough stretch, the division that was once home to legendary coaches Tom Landry, Joe Gibbs and Bill Parcells has come back to the form that many fans of a certain age remember well.
Silverman: While Giants Have Climbed Out Of Their Rut, Bears Sink LowerThe New York Giants are searching for a running game that they may never find, and while the defense is improved, it is still a work in progress.
Silverman: Tony Romo Refuses To Take Selfish RoadPrescott does not make mistakes, and Romo has not stood in his way. He knows he is a lot closer to the end of his career than the beginning, and he is thinking of his team and not himself.
Silverman: Giants In Good Position, But Running Game, Defense Are IssuesThis is the week the New York Giants have a chance to show the rest of the NFL that they have arrived and will be a factor during the playoffs.
Silverman: Rare Cubs Championship Underscores Yankees' GreatnessThe Yankees have won 27 world championships, and all of them came after the Red Sox and Cubs won the titles that preceded their long droughts.
Silverman: At Midway Point, Brady, Del Rio And Elliott Among Leading Contenders For NFL AwardsAs we head into Week 9, there have been a number of outstanding performances by individuals that could lead to awards. One of those performances is both unbelievable and totally predictable at the same time.
Silverman: Did The Cubs Lose The 7th Game By Winning The 6th?There is little doubt that Joe Maddon won the battle on Tuesday night, but did he lose the war in breaking out fire-balling reliever Aroldis Chapman for multiple innings in a game that the Chicago Cubs were up by five runs?
Silverman: Reduced Practice Time Big Factor Behind NFL's Ratings DropThe lack of training and practice time puts even more of a premium on quality coaching than there was in the past.
Silverman: Cubs, Schwarber Are Far From Dead With Game 1 LossOoh, the Chicago Cubs lost the first game of the World Series, so it’s all over for destiny’s darlings, right? Wrong.