Best Of The SB Nation Network: January 18, 2011

We have 297 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!

Basketball

- Mavs Moneyball gives their mid-season report on the Dallas Mavericks.

- Raymond Felton's recent regression examined in detail by Posting and Toasting.

- Sactown Royalty explains the playing-time dilemma facing Donte Green. It's a common problem for young players.

Football

- Windy City Gridiron reminds everybody that Jay Cutler has played under three different coordinators in three years.

- Acme Packing Company previews the upcoming matchup between the Packers and the Bears.

- Behind The Steel curtain looks back at the regular season game between the Jets and Steelers, and how special teams played a role in the outcome.

- Gang Green Nation notes that the Jets went after CB Bryant McFadden in their earlier matchup against the Steelers.

Baseball

- Over The Monster says that the Red Sox payroll for 2011 is up to $163 million.

- Lookout Landing discusses the implications on the Mariners of Milton Bradley's arrest amid allegations that he threatened a woman.

- Royals Review gives you more than you ever wanted to know about Billy Butler. They also have reaction to Gil Meche's surprising retirement announcement.

- Federal Baseball says that young starter Jordan Zimmermann is really being counted on to help the 2011 Nationals.

College Sports

- The UConn Blog says that the Huskies' thrilling 61-59 win over Villanova yesterday removed any doubt that UConn is a top-ten team.

- Cardiac Hill says Pitt's 74-66 win over Syracuse was more about simply taking care of business than it was about proving anything about the Panthers. 'Cuse blog Nunes Magician says better to lose now than in March.

- Rocky Top Talk wonders when TV broadcasters covering Tennessee games are going to stop reporting two-month-old news as if something new just happened.

Soccer

- We Ain't Got No History takes a look at the season to date of Chelsea rookie Ramires.

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