Best Of The SB Nation Network: August 20, 2012

We have 320 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!


-- The Phinsider on the Dolphins decision to start to start Ryan Tannehill.

-- Jake Locker will start for the Titans, so Music City Miracles breaks down his most recent performance.

-- The Jaguars go international, and Big Cat Country explains the ramifications.

-- Bleeding Green Nation comments on DeSean Jackson's less-than-full effort from last year.


-- "Thunderstruck" will not succeed, but can the film at least achieve cult-classic status?

-- RaptorsHQ scores an interview with Terrence Ross's college coach to discuss the Raptors draftee.

-- MavsMoneyball tries to make sense of their team's offseason in one word.


-- Baseball Nation thinks that, rather than dissuade players from taking performance-enhancing drugs, Melky Cabrera's positive test for synthetic testosterone will embolden other fringe players to do likewise.

-- Camden Chat has the latest week of Orioles player performance in Birds Up, O's Down.

-- The Good Phight is excited to welcome hometown hero Wilson Valdez back to Philadelphia. Or something.

-- Federal Baseball says that the uproar over Stephen Strasburg's innings-pitched limit doesn't make any sense.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Ben Thapa breaks down the arm bar that Ronda Rousey used to beat Sarah Kaufman at Saturday's Strikeforce event in this Judo Chop.

-- Bloody Elbow's Steph Daniels interviews UFC veteran Jon Fitch, who "hopes the Brazilian fans will cheer for him like Rocky."

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