Best Of The SB Nation Network: September 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!


-- Baltimore Beatdown loves them some Ray Lewis.

-- At least the Bengals could run the ball against the Ravens, Cincy Jungle holds on to that after the blowout.

-- As you can imagine, Silver & Black Pride were stunned by the Raiders special teams failures.


-- Beyond The Boxscore evaluates Mike Trout's Hall of Fame chances — yes, he's still a rookie, we know — based on sharing a name with an animal.

-- Red Reporter debunks the latest theory that Aroldis Chapman is steadily losing velocity.

-- Over The Monster ponders on trading for the Diamondbacks' Justin Upton and Chris Young.

-- Fish Stripes analyzes baseball masher Giancarlo Stanton's rising strikeout rate.


-- At the Hive looks at the impact of previous first overall picks in trying to discern the potential impact of Anthony Davis.

-- Seth at Posting and Toasting relays some details from his chat with the designer of the new Knicks logo (timely since SB Nation is undergoing a massive logo redesign process itself)

-- Brew Hoop with a fascinating look at prince Luc Mbah a Moute

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's David Castillo interviews UFC welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre.

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