Archive for September 21, 2008

The season is officially over

Posted: September 21, 2008 in Kansas City Chiefs, NFL
The Kansas City Chiefs got waxed, dealt with, sandblasted, etc. etc.  by the Altanta Falcons.  Matt Ryan specifically looked like a HOFer.  WTF!

Micheal Turner is starting to look like a major offseason acquisition, though. 

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Toss up Sunday

Posted: September 21, 2008 in NFL, week 3
S-Jr, just saw that the Miami Dolphins are giving the New England Patriots all they can handle. No one, even the Dolphins themselves, would tell you they had a chance against the Pats even with Tom Brady out.

Maybe Stank-0 was wrong and week 3 will be quite a week of NFL football. College certainly was with LSU and Auburn having quite a barn burner.

Now, Stank-0 has been all NFL, since he won’t write about the NBA. I won’t be hampered.

UPDATES: The Pats scored to pull within 15. It’s 28-13.

The Raiders are leading the Bills right now. JaMarcus Russell just had a 1 yd QB sneak to make it 16-7, Raiders.

UPDATE2:  35-13 Dolphins.  Maybe Ronnie Brown should be the QB/RB for the Fins.  He took a direct snap to the hizzle. 

UPDATE3:  The Bills are 3-0!  On a last second game ending field goal, Bills win 24-23 over the Raiders.   Do you believe?

UPDATE4:  The Colts fall to the Jags on a last second game ending field goal, 23-21. Does that sound familiar? 

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MNF letdown

Posted: September 21, 2008 in NFL
There is no way that week 3 will be anywhere near as good as last week. Here’s one reason why.  LDT is dinged up.  His toe, or his mysterious injury in last year’s playoff game, or something. 

This game is already lookin like a snoozer, because the Chargers are lookin bad.  Add to that, Favre is lookin suspect. 

Jets’ Practice @ Hofstra University

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Clinched!

Posted: September 21, 2008 in MLB, Tampa Bay Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays have clinched a playoff spot.  This franchise used to be absolutely awful, and now they have won an extremely tough AL East. 

The AL East leaders clinched the first postseason berth in franchise history Saturday, beating the Minnesota Twins 7-2 and making Scott Kazmir look like a genius for boldly proclaiming during spring training that the perennial last-place team was good enough to play in October.

Congratulations, now prove somethin in the playoffs.

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