Posts Tagged ‘Brett Favre’
Tweet Manning and Brees were headed to perfection; Favre was etching his name in NFL stone. That was the 2009 NFL Week 12. Neither Drew’s Saints nor Peyton’s Colts had lost a single game while Brett’s Vikings had let only one slip away. Donovan (7-4) and Tony (8-3) were holding down the NFC East as [...]
Tweet The Heart of the Bills Halfway through the season, top teams are starting to break away. Some silently, like the New York Football Giants, who put up 41 with Eli at the helm playing almost up to his Super Bowl level. Others with a bang, like the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, both teams [...]
Tweet On Sunday, following a loss to the New England Patriots, Randy Moss stood at the podium and did his best Randy Moss: a cantankerous, ornery, eccentric wide receiver. That’s all he’s ever been. At times he’s been immature with it; others have brought with the tantrums an emotional side. But whatever the situation, what [...]
Tweet Week 7 – Working It Beware of the dreaded mid-week adjustment As accurate as computers are they are still at the mercy of those who input the data. And sometimes calls are changed during the course of the football game which is not immediately reflected in the box score and stats. In this case, [...]
Tweet We catch up with our own fearless fantasy football guru, Paty! She did good! (And she did even better in her triathlon.) If you’re considering a the three-leg race, Paty shares vividly her personal experience. It’s a long post but worth it. Grab a snack and chill. Week 5 - Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 It’s another [...]
Tweet Back In Stride Again Moss arrives in Minnesota this afternoon. I began this year discussing the benefits of an angry, unhappy Randy. Now he goes against the mouth and hands of Darrelle Revis again, right away, on the MNF stage. He’s got Bill Belichick to add to his “they don’t appreciate me” list. And [...]
Tweet I hear consistently that the games we’re watching over the next few weeks tell us nothing – “it’s just preseason” is the refrain heard ‘round the world. However, as ladies and gents are selecting their fantasy rosters or making post-season plane reservations, I see that the games tell us a lot. It’s the final [...]
“It’s our job to keep that quarterback clean.” Phil Loadholt explains the importance of the OT position.
Tweet THE JETS BELIEVE IN DESTINY, FATE – AND THE JETS Rex Ryan flew out to Cali proclaiming victory. He’s planned the Super Bowl parade route.