Jim Feist

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Jim Feist, author and leader in sports information for over 40 years, hosts TV’s Proline as well as running National Sports Services since 1975. Twitter: @JimFeistSports Email: JimFeist@GamingToday.com

New elite QB's could be starting to rise in NFL

New elite QB's could be starting to rise in NFL

posted on November 07, 2017 by

Feist Facts | One year ago many thought the NFL would be looking at years of inferior quarterback play. In one sense their concerns were correct, but not totally. Today, there are several newcomers to the position of QB that are doing quite well, surprisingly well actually.

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Coaching, style matters trying to look at football totals

Coaching, style matters trying to look at football totals

posted on October 31, 2017 by

Feist Facts | There are many factors to look at when studying football totals. Defensive and offensive statistics need to be examined, of course. Some of the questions a good handicapper asks: Is there speed in the defensive secondary? Does a club have a one-dimensional offense? 

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MLB postseason always sees pitching and defense rise to the top

MLB postseason always sees pitching and defense rise to the top

posted on October 24, 2017 by

Feist Facts | While home runs mostly dot the top of the memorial landscape, October baseball can also feature memorable defensive plays and great pitching performances from starters and relievers.

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NFL teams still need a good run D

NFL teams still need a good run D

posted on October 17, 2017 by

Feist Facts | Like a giant leak on a sinking ship, one of the first signs of a poor pro football team is weak run defense. Stopping the run is essential to building a championship team.

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Coaching in NCAA Football can influence selections

Coaching in NCAA Football can influence selections

posted on October 10, 2017 by

Feist Facts | Motivation is such an enormous part of athletic competition, particularly in college sports where young players aren’t always as self-motivated as pros, who are playing for a paycheck. This is where coaches play such a huge roll, harnessing situational spots for opportunities to get their football team supremely focused.

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