Archive for January, 2011
Since it is Super Bowl week, I figured we’d devote the better part of the week to Super Bowl teams and performances. We’ll now take a look at the 10 Greatest Teams. You obviously have to have won the Super Bowl that season. So with that said, here they are…
Well its time to name the Top 10 Catchers of All Time. There will be all the usual suspects and some that may surprise you. I hope this list will make you think, and if you disagree, let me know. Here we go…
Well we are now down to two. The Steelers and Packers punched their Super Bowl tickets Sunday. Both games looked like early blowouts, then things got very interesting in the second half. We’ll take a look at both.
Well the day has finally arrived, NFL Championship Sunday. The AFC Championship game pits the Steelers, looking for their 3rd Super Bowl in 6 years, against the Jets and Rex Ryan. The NFC Championship game is a classic matchup of the Bears and the Packers, meeting for the 182nd time. Let’s take a look at [...]
I’m sitting here listening to ESPN laud the exploits of Ben Roethlisberger as he leads the Steelers into Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, and they’re right, he is an excellent NFL quarterback. There is not one mention of the fact that he sexually assaulted a woman in March, the 3rd such allegation that we [...]
I know we’re in the middle of January, but a little baseball talk is never a bad thing. Since baseball is all about pitching, I figure the top 10 pitchers is where we’ll start. Every Tuesday from now until the baseball season begins we will take a look at the top ten at each position. [...]
Well we are down to four teams left in the NFL playoffs. The games went as I thought they would as far as the outcomes. The Ravens looked good for a half, but couldn’t close the deal. The Packers scored at will against a suspect Falcons defense and the Bears beat up the Seahawks. The [...]
The Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs has arrived and there are certainlysome interesting matchups. The Jets-Patriots matchup headlines the weekend, but all four games look like winners. Here’s my take on each.
I’ve listened to Mike Francesa since he was on with Chris Russo, and after 15 years of listening there is only one conclusion any rational person can come to, Mike Francesa is an IDIOT!!!
The Auburn Tigers defeated the Oregon Ducks, 22-19, to win their first National Championship since 1957. Congratulations to Auburn, but the game itself certainly left a lot to be desired. From the play on the field, to the announcing and coverage, this was one of the worst games to watch in BCS history.