Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 3/4/15

How legitimate is Kansas in college hoops? How about Utah? We looked at that and more yesterday on numberFire.

Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.

How Far Can the Kansas Jayhawks Go in the NCAA Tournament?
The Kansas Jayhawks have a great tournament resume, and are the Big 12's regular season champs. But how far can they really go in the NCAA Tournament? Matt Goodwin analyzes their situation.

2015 MLB MVP Candidates: A 2014 Repeat?
RJ Walsh uses the newly released numberFire season projections to show which players should be considered early MVP candidates. Will there be a repeat from 2014?

Without LeSean McCoy, How Are the Eagles Going to Address Their Backfield?
Without LeSean McCoy, how in the world are the Eagles going to run the football? Who are they going to use? Dan Pizzuta takes a look.

What Justin Blackmon's Possible Return Could Mean for 2015
Remember Justin Blackmon? Yeah, well, he could be returning to football. Jordan Hoover digs into what that could mean.

NBA Power Rankings Update: Battle for Second Best in the East
Daniel Lindsey digs into numberFire's NBA power rankings, looking specifically at who the second best team in the Eastern Conference is.

Why Teams Should Be Cautious About Julius Thomas
Julius Thomas has been fortunate to have Peyton Manning throwing him the rock in Denver, and it could result in a big pay day. Graham Barfield, however, has hesitations.

Buyer Beware: The Impact of Signing a Free Agent Running Back
With such big free agent running backs on the market, Jim Sannes takes a look at the impact a free agent back has on a team's production.

Why You Shouldn't Overlook the Utah Utes This March
Not a whole lot of people are talking about them, but Utah is really good. And as Brett Oswalt explains, they could be primed for a tournament run.

2015 National League West Preview: Can Money Buy Happiness (or a Title)?
A lot has changed in the NL West, and one of the teams is our favorite to win it all. John Stolnis previews the division.