Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 2/24/15
Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.
What to Expect From Johnny Cueto in 2015
Johnny Cueto was a monster in 2014, but should we expect his high level of performance to continue into this year's MLB season? Sal Cacciatore digs in.
Preseason MLB Power Rankings: Which Team Will Win the 2015 World Series?
The numberFire preseason power rankings are up, and there are plenty of surprises. Jim Sannes analyzes them, and shows off our top World Series pick.
Cincinnati Bengals 2014 Season Review: Taking Strides in the Wrong Direction
The Bengals took a step backwards in 2014, despite making the playoffs. Is this team stuck? Jason Schandl takes a look.
Will DeAngelo Williams Find Success Outside of Carolina?
DeAngelo Williams had a really strong career in Carolina, but he's now looking for a new team. Will he be successful wherever he lands?
The Argument for Clayton Kershaw Over Mike Trout in Fantasy Baseball
Mike Trout is the consensus top pick in fantasy baseball drafts, but as Jacob Adler explains, don't sleep on Clayton Kershaw as the number-one overall pick.
Why Melvin Gordon Will Be the Next Great NFL Running Back
Melvin Gordon had an unbelievable college career, but we all know that doesn't always translate to NFL success. Will Gordon be a top talent? That's exactly what Joseph Juan asks and answers.
Houston Texans 2014 Season Review: A Quiet Turnaround
One of the most impressive turnarounds we've seen a team make came in 2014, as the Texans improved from their two-win season by winning nine games. Cory Rindone takes a look at what they did right, and what to look forward to with this Houston squad.
What Are the Philadelphia 76ers Doing?
Brett Oswalt looks into a question that plenty around the NBA are asking: What exactly are the Philadelphia 76ers doing?
Could This Be the Best Gonzaga Team We've Ever Seen?
Gonzaga is always in the NCAA Tournament, and they always seem to disappoint when facing tougher competition. But this year could be different, writes Matt Goodwin.