Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 11, 2012

We have 322 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


-- Over The Monster wonders if the Red Sox' Jon Lester might be a trade candidate with the Sox quickly falling out of the American League playoff picture.

-- McCovey Chronicles considers the five best games of the season's first half for the Giants.

-- Bless You Boys hands out grades and awards for the Tigers' first half of the season.

-- Viva El Birdos recalls some of their favorite things from the Cardinals' first half of the season.


-- The Nuggets young players are entering their prime, and need to make that leap.

-- The limited options remaining for the Mavs at Point Guard.

-- Trying to infer from the Sixers CEO's twitter what the plan is for his team.


-- Daily Norseman asks the simple question: What should Adrian Peterson do in the wake of his strange arrest?

-- Windy City Gridiron offers some alternative ideas to an aging rock band playing the Super Bowl halftime show.

-- Acme Packing Company explains the excellent financial health of the Green Bay Packers organization.

-- Bolts From The Blue is going crazy trying to figure out if the Chargers will be any good this year.

College Sports

-- EA Sports helps Barking Carnival ponder just how much arrogance could be achieved if Steve Spurrier coached Texas.

-- Dawg Sports looks at past Heisman winners they wish had worn Georgia's red and black.

-- It's a water and winter wonderland pow wow when Maize N Brew and The Only Colors gather to look at Sparty.

-- Land-Grant Holy Land thoughtfully susses through the Storm Klein news.


-- The New England Revolution are definitely moving in the right direction, but The Bent Musket explains that it's still not perfect.

-- It may be a bit intuitive anyway, but Sounder at Heart does some digging to illustrate how lineup churn negatively affects winning.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Nate Wilcox has some PR advice for UFC champ Jon Jones.

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