Best Of The SB Nation Network: February 15, 2012

We have 317 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 flat!


- The Portland Trail Blazers lost to the Washington Wizards, so of course Nate McMillan's job security is being questioned.

- Shawn Marion is still a great defensive player. Mavs Moneyball explains how he gets it done.

- A look from the future from the Miami Heat perspective.


- The latest on Peyton Manning's status as a Colt from Stampede Blue.

- Daily Norseman reports on a potential solution for the Vikings stadium issue.

- Confused about the salary cap and the new CBA? Field Gulls tries to answer your questions.

- Dawgs By Nature thinks that Mario Williams should be the Browns' number one target in free agency.

Combat Sports

- Headkick Legend asks if Rampage Jackson has progressed too far.

- MMA Mania interviews Stefan Struve, who's fighting Wednesday night at UFC on FUEL TV.


- Michigan fans rejoice as Maize N Brew announces its triumphant return and looks at the the threat of Urban Meyer and the renewed rivalry.

- Team Speed Kills notes that for Derek Dooley Recruiting + Numbers = Hard.

- Coug Center says Clear Eyes Full Hearts Mike Leach Can't Lose.

- Bruins Nation isn't sure AD Dan Guerrero is cutout for the blogosphere.

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