Which writers are the most prolific writers in sports?

In this year’s ESPN/PFT Poll, we polled a panel of ESPN employees to find the most talented writers in the sport.

We found that the writers on ESPN and ESPN2 have some unique traits.

First of all, they tend to be prolific writers, with a total of 592 articles published in 2016.

That’s almost a third of all ESPN writers in our poll.

That is impressive.

Of course, that’s not surprising, as ESPN’s coverage is the most widely read in sports, with nearly half of the ESPN2 audience watching each game.

Second, the writers we surveyed are all relatively new to the field of sports writing.

That means that there is a wealth of knowledge about what works and what doesn’t work in the field.

That makes them even more valuable as writers.

But it also means that the most productive writers have a lot of valuable experience to draw from.

The following writers have had a long and storied career, and are the writers in this year�s poll.1.

Mike Breen, NFL writer2.

Mark Titus, NBA writer3.

Dan Dakich, NHL writer4.

Matt Miller, MLB writer5.

John Buccigross, NFL Writer1.

Dan Quinn, NFL columnist2.

Mike Reiss, NFL commentator3.

Michael C. Wright, MLB commentator4.

Mike Tirico, MLB analyst5.

Joe Giglio, NFL analyst1.

David Carr, NFL beat writer2, Jeff Legwold, NFL columnist3.

Jim Wyatt, NFL blog, The Ringer4.

Jon Heyman, ESPN blog, ESPN.com5.

Bob Sturm, ESPN beat writer6.

Jon Gruden, ESPN NFL analyst7.

Dan Patrick, ESPN MLB analyst1, Brian Billick, ESPN College Football Writer2, Tim Couch, ESPN college football writer3, John Sheehan, ESPN NCAA college football reporter4, Ben Schramm, USA Today Sports5.

Josh Gordon, NFL wide receiver6.

Ryan Nassib, NFL tight end7.

Aaron Murray, NFL linebacker8.

Joe Schad, NFL quarterback9.

Ryan Tannehill, NFL head coach10.

Mark Schlabach, ESPN analyst11.

Jason La Canfora, ESPN contributor12.

Matt Waldman, NFL reporter13.

John McClain, NFL general manager14.

Rich Cimini, ESPN Insider15.

Brian McIntyre, ESPN writer16.

John Ourand, ESPN reporter17.

Todd Blackledge, ESPN blogger18.

Todd McShay, ESPN national sports columnist19.

Matt Maiocco, ESPN insider20.

Dave Birkett, ESPN senior national sports writer1.

Joe Buck, ESPN baseball writer2: Jon Grubs, ESPN basketball writer3: Tom Pennington, ESPN radio personality4: Joe Gagliardi, ESPN boxing writer5: Dan Shaughnessy, ESPN talk show host6: Joe Buck2: Chris Mortensen, ESPN NBA reporter3: Joe Borchardt, ESPN broadcaster4: Mark Schlereth, ESPN sportswriter5: Joe Ragsdale, ESPN sports writer6: Bob Sturmgren, ESPN general manager7: Jim Bowden, ESPN commentator8: Jim Boeheim, ESPN head coach9: Matt Maiokis, ESPN editor10: Dan Graziano, ESPN studio analyst11: Tom Ziller, ESPN columnist12: Bob Ley, ESPN staff reporter13: Rob Rang, ESPN front office analyst14: Bob Stitt, ESPN local news correspondent15: Todd McBride, ESPN community reporter16: Dave McMenamin, ESPN FC/espn.com/sports column contributor17: Dave Birks, ESPN CFB reporter18: Matt Viser, ESPN freelance reporter19: Tom Breida, ESPN U.S. broadcaster20: Joe House, ESPNU national sports correspondent1.

Josh Gaffney, ESPNCFB beat writer 2: Mark Maske, ESPN soccer writer3 “Jim Ley, Joe Buck” ESPN beat writers4 “Jim Bowden” ESPN radio personalities5: Mark Stein, ESPN Soccer writer6 “Dan Quinn, Mike Tiricos, Joe Bortles, Alex Dunlap, Nick Saban” ESPN analysts7 “Joe Buck, Aaron Murray” ESPN NFL analysts8 “Joe Schad” ESPN MLB analysts9 “Dan Le Batard, Chris Mortenson” ESPN ESPN beat reporters10 “Joe Bortez, Joe Rogan, Matt Cain, Josh Norris, Andy Katz, Tim Tebow, Brett Favre, Dan Dakz, Joe Montana, Mike Bibby, Joe Mixon, Tim Rattay, Mike Tomlin, Mike Pouncey, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Nick Foles, Tom Cruise, Adam Sandler, and Tom Brady” ESPN commentators11 “Dan Dakz” ESPN FC national sports reporters12 “John McClain” ESPN CFBC beat reporters13 “Tom Brenner, Dan Patrick” ESPN college basketball reporters14 “Jon Gruden” ESPN

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