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The Reds need someone to blame, so let’s blame the Sorry-Lookin…

The Reds need someone to blame, so let’s blame the Sorry-Looking Broom from Game 3 Updated Oct 11, 2012
We hate to tell the Cincinnati Reds fan who was waving around the Sorry-Looking Broom a few days ago that we told her so. But, well, we did tell her so. To recap, here's a list of some of the things that happened since she was wielding the broom with th…
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  • Video - Giants-Reds Game 5 Breakdown 01:24

    Giants-Reds Game 5 Breakdown

    Oct 11
    Doug Glanville breaks down San Francisco's Game 5 win over Cincinnati.
  • Video - Posey's Slam Powers Giants To NLCS 00:45

    Posey's Slam Powers Giants To NLCS

    Oct 11
    Buster Posey hit a grand slam and the Giants held on to beat the Reds 6-4 to advance to the NLCS.
  • Video - Preview: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns 02:37

    Preview: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns

    Oct 11
    NFL Films previews the Week 6 matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.
  • Video - Countdown Daily Prediction: Bengals-Browns 00:54

    Countdown Daily Prediction: Bengals-Browns

    Oct 11
    The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Cincinnati at Cleveland

Sports Columnists

  • John Clayton's Last Call

    Oct 11
    Upsets. Crazy plays. Debatable play calls. Incredible kicks. Week 6 had it all, writes John Clayton.
  • Peter King: Week 6 Picks

    Oct 11
    Last week: 12-2, .857. Year to date: 43-34, .558 Pittsburgh 27, Tennessee 14. The talk in Pittsburgh will be about Ben Roethlisberger?s shot at breaking Terry Bradshaw?s record for career passing yards?he needs a 300-yard game in Nashville to do it?but …
  • Biggest NFL games of Week 6 -- John Clayton's First & 10

    Oct 11
    It's a crucial weekend for three slumping NFC teams, writes John Clayton.
  • The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL Pick

    Oct 11
    The Tennessee Titans have been outscored 88-181 through five weeks, which means they're giving up an astonishing 36.2 points per game. They're on pace...