Barclays Premier League Table Week 33: Breaking Down EPL’s Biggest Movers

This weekend’s EPL slate opened with several teams looking to better their positioning in the standings, and while some of them were unable to get the job done, others rose to the occasion. The opportunities to make a move are lessened with each passing week, and there was undoubtedly a sense of urgency on Matchday 32. That led to some impressive triumphs that could change the balance of power within the Premier League moving forward. Here is a closer look at where things stand in the EPL

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2014 NFL free agency: Pats secondary, Bears D-line among most-improved units

While free-agency grades and evaluations are always given for the signing of individual players, it’s good to look at how specific positional units are affected by offseason moves. Football is, after all, the ultimate team game and interdependent sport, and some teams seem to understand that better than others. Here are seven cases in which teams used free agency to make big blocks of their rosters much better. New England’s secondary In 2013, the Patriots’ underrated defense

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Kaka scores on 300th game

Kaka scored on his 300th game for the club. AC Milan picked up up back-to-back wins for only the second time all season with Mario Balotelli and Ricardo Kaka on target in a comfortable 3-0 win over struggling Chievo. Balotelli gave Milan a flying start before Kaka, making his 300th appearance for Milan, doubled their lead before the break. The Brazilian added a stunning third before leaving the field to a standing ovation. Only Milan’s wastefulness prevented them from winning even more

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Atletico stay on top, Barca win derby

GettyImages Diego Costa netted again for Atletico. Atletico Madrid remained top of the Primera Division after coming from a goal behind to pull off a hard-fought 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao , who finished the game with 10 men when Aymeric Laporte was sent off late on. Iker Muniain put the Basques ahead with just five minutes played but Diego Costa pulled Diego Simeone’s side level midway through the first half, and Koke dived in to head in the winner in the second half, allowing Atletico to

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Mariners tighten grip on second

The race for second place in the A-League swung the way of Central Coast Mariners on Saturday as they saw off Western Sydney Wanderers 2-1. With Brisbane Roar safe in first spot ahead of the playoffs, it remains to be seen who will take second and qualify for the Asian Champions League. The Mariners took a big step towards it being them, though, leapfrogging the Wanderers in front of just over 13,000 fans. Full-back Joshua Rose put them one up in the 32nd minute after a strong run from his own

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Has Victor Valdes Played His Last Game for Barcelona?

« Prev 1 of 8 Next » Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow Hot on the heels of a magnificent El Clasico victory, Barcelona hosted Celta Vigo at Camp Nou looking for the win that would cement their place back in the title race. This fixture saw a return to Catalonia for ex-Barca players Nolito, Andreu Fontas and Celta manager Luis Enrique. The visitors arrived not completely clear of relegation troubles but with some breathing space. Let’s take a look

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Should the New England Patriots Move Logan Ryan to Free Safety?

Next ARTICLE » Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more stories The New England Patriots have a good problem on their hands. They have what could be described as too many good defensive backs. With SI.com reporting that injuries are occurring at a higher rate  than ever before, it’s fair to wonder whether there is such thing as too much of a good thing. The Patriots’ logjam in the secondary, though, has led some to wonder whether a position change could be in the cards. At

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