Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 5, 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!


-- Bolts From The Blue wonders if the Chargers' offensive line will be good enough.

-- With Peyton Manning in town, Mile High Report says Broncos receivers are a legitimate fantasy option.

-- Take a trip down memory lane about the all-time great Patriots with Pats Pulpit.

-- Buffalo Rumblings says if you're going to play the Bills, you better have an abundance of cornerbacks.

College Sports

-- House Of Sparky wishes you a happy 4th of July and remembers patriot Pat Tillman.

-- Barking Carnival says Oklahoma State, Baylor and TCU are all tumbling back to Earth this season.

-- Team Speed Kills says Mizzou is new to the SEC but knows its way around the block.

-- Shakin The Southland has thoughts on the ACC's new Orange Bowl Agreement.


-- McCovey Chronicles shares its thoughts on Giants starter Matt Cain possibly starting the All-Star Game.

-- Lookout Landing has some facts about Safeco Field and its role in oppressing offensive output.

-- Baseball Nation celebrates the resurgence of Adam Dunn this year, but also highlights an inauspicious record the Donkey seems to be barreling towards.

-- Over The Monster looks at the Red Sox' crowded outfield picture.


-- Eric Avila has long been a player many saw promise in. Waking the Red thinks he's finally coming through.

-- Legendary Italian Nesta is apparently coming to the Montreal Impact, where Mount Royal Soccer explains how he may be used.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow looks at the Hall of Fame career of Tito Ortiz.

-- Steph Daniels interviews UFC 148's Patrick Cote.

-- UFC 148 Judo Chop: How Chael Sonnen Out Struck Anderson Silva.

-- Bloody Elbow's John Nash looks back at the July 4, 1910 boxing bout between Jack Johnson and James Jeffries.

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