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Sport’s blogs, a tough tough arena in which to make your name on the internet.  And hey I’m doing it right now, well sort of anyway. 

I don’t class myself as a sport’s blogger or do I think I will ever be a successful one (as you will find in my grammar!).  But what I do want to blog about is how tough it is to rise through the pack of sport’s bloggers, all blogging about the same topics, games, teams and players.  There are thousands of posts about the same things, on very similar sites by very similar writers.

So how do you get noticed by the big guys?  We have started a discussion on our site in our Bloggers and Writers group, so feel free to have your say: http://www.sportcodex.com/index.php/add-your-club/viewgroup/268-the-sportcodex-sports-bloggers-a-writers-group

As a sport’s fan, where do you go for your sport’s news and opinion?  Do you stick to the big sites like ESPN or Bleachers Report?  Or do you follow some amateur bloggers that have great things to say?

Wouldn’t it be great to have one place on the internet where you could get all of that in one….

 

The Code Master

 


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Titans Add WR Walter; Now What?

 

With the addition of WR Kevin Walter to the Titans, it really makes me wonder what moves are coming in the near future. Here are a couple of questions I have that will be answered this month.

What will the Titans do in the draft?

It is now looking like the Titans will go ahead and take the best available offensive lineman with their first round pick. I had stated earlier that I thought the Titans might get creative with their pick and possibly take WR Cordarrelle Patterson if he made it to them. Now that Walter has been signed, I do not see this happening. They will most likely take a RB at some point in time in the draft as well.

Does this mean a WR will be cut?

I do not see how a WR does not get cut from this team. I doubt the Titans are ready to give up on Kenny Britt, and they just drafted Kendall Wright last year with their first round pick. The Titans didn’t sign Walter to cut him, so that most likely means that Nate Washington is the odd man out. He is scheduled to make $4.2 million this year which the Titans could use to sign their draft picks. It would be a shame to see him get cut after seeing what he has done for the franchise, but lets face it, we have seen the Titans do this many times to players that have been great to them. It is just part of the business.

Is this Locker’s last chance?

My guess is yes. If we do not see major improvement this year then the Titans will most likely look somewhere else. This will hands down be the best team they have given Locker, and he has weapons around him that can make plays along with a MUCH better offensive line.

Is this CJ’s last year as a Titan?

This will depend on his production this year. Shonn Greene was not added to the roster just to touch the ball twice a game. Coach Munchak said if Shonn is and there and is producing, then he is going to stay in. This will not sit well with CJ. I can definitely see some controversy in the future if Chris Johnson is not getting the ball as much as he wants. The Titans could opt out of CJ’s contract after this year and stick with Greene who would cost less than half of what they were paying Johnson.


The Code Master reporting in on The Sportcodex Blog.

I just want to talk about the Wizards, yes the Washington Wizards, the team I picked as a Dark Horse to sneak into the playoffs at the start of the season. But that was before I knew John Wall was going to miss 8 weeks while recovering from a stress injury to his left kneecap.

The Wizards went 5-28 without Wall from the start of the season until early January. Since then the Wizards have gone 21-16! Thats a turnaround, this is just about MVP level criteria for carrying a team. His March statline reads, 21.8 Points per game, 8 Assists per game, 4.5 Rebounds per game (that’s with Nene & Okafor on the team) and 1.9 steals per game.

If only the season went for another month! In saying that though the Wizards are going to get another high pick and should be another piece to a hopeful future.

Check out Wall’s 47 Point Perfomance against the Memphis Grizzlies from yesterday.


Just want to share our page for all sport’s bloggers and writers to share thoughts, create discussion, ask questions and of course share their work.

The Code Master, a founder of Sportcodex, had this to ask about getting noticed:

With the thousands of writers out there and every fan giving it a shot, what’s the best way of standing out?

Social media has been great in revolutionizing the industry but it has also created a massive flux of people giving it a go.

Is a blog the better way to go or creating your own website?

What do you think?  Have your say by registering for free at www.sportcodex.com

Look forward to seeing all you Sport’s writers and bloggers on there!