National League West

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* – indicates new to team

+ – indicates injury

1. Los Angeles Dodgers

The rich got richer with the addition of Freddie Freeman being put into a stacked lineup.

2. San Diego Padres

With Tatis Jr. getting hurt to start the year it will slow down expectations, but the rotation should be much improved with a new manager aboard.

3. San Francisco Giants

They went for it last year and couldn’t finish the job. Now without the retired Buster Posey there will be a void this season.

4. Colorado Rockies

Just a few seasons after trading away Nolan Arenado, they spent big money to get Kris Bryant. Make it make sense.

5. Arizona Diamondbacks

Once again this franchise doesn’t know what it wants to do, but they should be taking things slow this season and don’t overreact one way or the other.

Player to Watch: SS Trea Turner – Los Angeles Dodgers

Best Acquisition: 1B Freddie Freeman – Los Angeles Dodgers

New Kid on the Block: C Joey Bart – San Francisco Giants

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Week 8 Review of the NFL

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Mid-Season Report

We have arrived at the halfway point of the NFL season. Here’s a brief rundown of who are contenders, outsiders and are planning for next season.

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NFC East

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1. Dallas Cowboys

This is their division to win. Just like it was last year. Although, it didn’t go as well as it should have.

2. Washington Redskins

This defense has quickly become one of the best in the league.

3. New York Giants

It’s a make or break year for the GM Dave Gettleman and the quarterback he selected in Daniel Jones.

4. Philadelphia Eagles

GM Howie Roseman cleaned house with the previous coaching staff. Yet, he wasn’t also blamed for the disaster that was the 2020 season.

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