Adam Zielonka
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Adam Zielonka is a master’s student on the multiplatform journalism track, covering data and sports for CNS with a focus on football. He has also worked for The Capital in Annapolis, Maryland, and contributes to nyjetfuel.com.

September 8, 2017
“WAR on Hot Takes” Episode 1: NFL Preview, Anthony Rendon and Orioles’ walk rate

Capital News Service’s Studio C is proud to debut its newest venture, “WAR on Hot Takes,” a podcast by Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka approaching Washington and Baltimore professional sports from an outsider’s perspective, influenced by data analytics.

October 5, 2017
“WAR on Hot Takes” Episode 5: Nationals-Cubs NLDS preview, two 2-2 NFL teams and Ovechkin’s offense

This is the fifth episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka.

October 19, 2017
“WAR on Hot Takes” Episode 7: Nats post-mortem, the D.C. sports curse and Wizards’ debut

This is the seventh episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka. We approach Washington and Baltimore professional sports from an outsider’s perspective and have data-driven discussions.

September 1, 2017
8 Baltimore, Washington players to target in fantasy football

Here are four Baltimore and four Washington players you should consider targeting in your fantasy football draft, and why.

September 8, 2017
More colleges succeed with flexbone, but Navy leads the way

In an age of pass-first offenses, Georgia Tech is the only Power Five program to run the flexbone triple option offense. The system has been favored for decades by head coach Paul Johnson, who brought the philosophy to Atlanta from Navy — the Annapolis program which has been the winningest Division I team to run the fast-paced, run-heavy system.

September 28, 2017
New neighbors Frazier, Meeks should be upgraded backups for Wizards’ stars

Tim Frazier and Jodie Meeks, who joined the Washington Wizards this summer, will do more than share a backcourt this season. They’re neighbors off the court, too.

November 21, 2017
Washington, Baltimore bid for 2026 World Cup matches

Maryland’s two NFL stadiums could be the sites of FIFA World Cup matches come 2026, and executives in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are working to make that happen.

September 26, 2017
Wizards denounce Trump’s remarks on athlete protest at media day

John Wall, Bradley Beal and other Washington Wizards players on Monday joined the dozens of professional athletes who have criticized President Donald Trump for his controversial comments aimed at NBA and NFL players.