Keidel: What's Left To Say About O.J. Simpson?O.J. Simpson is the most polarizing sports figure of the last 50 years. What people think about him says more about society than about him.
Keidel: Is Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott A Leader Or Headcase?Ezekiel Elliott is a top player on a top NFL team. Can Jerry Jones or someone in the Cowboys organization get him to act like one?
Keidel: How Does Roger Federer Keep Winning?Roger Federer keeps defying physics and time. Is Tennis's greatest player defined by his wins or his ability to learn from losses?
Keidel: Clayton Kershaw, MLB's Best Pitcher, Should Not Win NL MVPWould it be fair to award Clayton Kershaw the NL MVP, should he earn it, when Bryce Harper can't win the Cy Young?
Keidel: Is Aaron Rodgers The NFL's Greatest QB Talent Ever?Packers' Aaron Rodgers will reach 300 TD passes early next season, joining an elite QB club, but he'll have only half the interceptions.
Keidel: Cubs Suffer Through World Series HangoverThe Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years, and entered this season as favorites. But nearing the break, the team is a mess.
Keidel: So Long, Phil, Thanks For NothingPhil Jackson's stint as the New York Knicks' president was a complete failure, a shameless money grab that leaves the team worse off.
Keidel: Mets Promote Tebow... What's The Harm?Tim Tebow, moved by the Mets to Class-A St. Lucie, probably hasn't earned the promotion, but he also hasn't he earned all the hate.
Keidel: Raiders Spend Big On CarrDerek Carr took the Oakland Raiders from decent to dominant, and his new $125 million contract may look like a bargain in a few years.
Keidel: Hard To Hate These YankeesThe Yankees, built from the farm up with Gary Sanchez, Aaron Judge and others, currently lead the AL East, and it feels right.
Keidel: Everyone Will Watch Mayweather-McGregor, And That's The PointThe Mayweather - McGregor fight reflects society's appetite for the unusual, not the sad state of boxing.
Keidel: Patriots' Prosperity Starts In The OffseasonNew England Patriots extend WR Julian Edelman's contract, another quiet offseason move likely to pay dividends for the Super Bowl champs.

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