By: Rick Sharp on: Tuesday, September 7, 2010 @10:51 am
I was checking out today’s go-to source for breaking sports news, Twitter, and came across a tweet from Chris Mortenson telling me that the Redskins and the Titans were talking trade for Albert Haynesworth. Again. I’m thinking someone should have informed Mike Shanahan that the team was trying to trade his whipping boy, although you would think Shanny would be smart enough to follow Mort on Twitter. Rick- 1, Shanny- 0. Read More »
By: Rick Sharp on: Friday, August 20, 2010 @4:20 pm
Need someone to explain to me how this whole “second chance” thing works. After sucker punching trash talking Boise State player Byron Hout last year, LeGarrette Blount was suspended for the season, but recieved the fabled second chance from Chip Kelly, who either had a big heart or more likely a big hole at running back. Blount returned and helped the Ducks waddle into the Rose Bowl, where they were subsequently sucker punched themselves by Ohio State. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Monday, February 15, 2010 @9:38 am
Just cause he dances go-go, that don’t make him a ho’, no! Vince Young is in Dallas for NBA All-Star Weekend. Vince Young is drunk in Dallas for NBA All-Star Weekend. C’mon Vince, ten grand, let me see you shake it like you got no bones in your body and you was meant to be a celeberty:
By: Justin McGrail on: Friday, December 25, 2009 @12:55 pm
I hope everyone is enjoying their Christmas, or Festivus, or whatever else you celebrate today. When I think of Christmas, I immediately think of the NFL. OK not really but for whatever reason the NFL Network is hosting a Thursday Night Football “Special Edition” tonight. The game’s not on Thursday so don’t call it Thursday Night Football. Whatever. It’s the Chargers against the Titans and here’s all you need to know for this game:
By: josh q. public on: Monday, December 21, 2009 @3:27 pm
My heart’s breaking even, now there’s no use we even try. Both got our reasons, let’s just fold the cards and say good-bye. It’s all right, just two hearts breaking even. -Bon Jovi
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Just a quick stat for ya. Just like that for ya. I did it like this. I did it like that. I did it with the whiffle ball bat for ya. Yesterday, the Tennessee Titans, who suffered through an 0-6 start, attained the .500 mark for the first time this season. Yup, like Jerry Seinfeld, call them even Steven. With the 27-24 overtime win against the Dolphins, Tennessee became the first team in NFL history to reach the .500 mark after losing its first six games. Hooray Titans! Just so you know, six teams evened their record after an 0-5 start, including the Titans three years ago. The Titans were greater even than the gods. They ruled their universe with absolute power. Well that football field out there, that’s our universe. Let’s rule it like Titans!
By: josh q. public on: Saturday, December 5, 2009 @9:59 pm
I’m winning. I’m winning. I’m winning. I’m winning. I’m winning and I don’t intend on losing again. -Santana
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! I’m gonna say it loud, I’m gonna say it proud: I’m rooting for Mighty Vince Young. Why shouldn’t I? Why wouldn’t I? How couldn’t I? This kid’s a winner. The world loves a winner. Everybody says so. Al Davis says, “Just win, baby!” Vince Lombardi says, “If winning isn’t everything, why do they keep score?” Red Auerbach says, “Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser.” Joe Willie Namath says, “When you win, nothing hurts.” Neon Deion Sanders says, “I prepare to win, I prepare to dominate, I prepare to conquer, I prepare to win it all, and that’s the reason I’m here” That’s not all he says. Neon Deion Sanders also says, “Some statistics you have to throw out … They’re just ludicrous … Vince Young wins.” I’m with Prime Time on this one. Vince Young may not look pretty doing it, but Vince Young Wins. Read More »
By: Justin McGrail on: Thursday, December 3, 2009 @8:21 pm
So there’s another great Thursday night game this week. And my great I mean boring as hell. Jets vs. Bills. Two Sub .500 teams! SIGN ME UP! What’s the over/under on hot dogs eaten vs. INTs thrown by Mark Sanchez. I’m going with more Hot Dogs eaten because it seemed to help him when he did it that one time. Here’s my blurb about this suckfest.
By: josh q. public on: Monday, November 30, 2009 @11:03 am
It’s just another manic Monday. I wish it was Sunday. ‘Cause that’s my funday. My I don’t have to runday. It’s just another manic Monday. -The Bangles
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Like my main Frank Gifford always says,”Pro football is like nuclear warfare. There are no winners, only survivors.” Well, did you survive? Huh? Did ya? Good. Now let’s see who else survived. Let’s see who else stayed alive. Ah ah ah ah stayin’ alive. Shall we? Sure we shall. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 @10:55 am
Now you can’t catch me. No, baby, you can’t catch me. ‘Cause if you get too close, you know I’m gone like a cool breeze. -Chuck Berry
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Just a quick stat for all y’all. A rat-a-tat for all y’all. I did it like this. I did it like that. I did it with the whiffle ball bat for all y’all. Know this sports fans, the Tennessee Titans, Chris Johnson, is on quite a run. Quite a run indeed. Last night, the former track superstar rushed 29 times for 151 yards in the Titans’ 20-17 win in Houston. Holy cow! For those of you who care about these kinds of things, that was the fifth consecutive game in which Johnson gained at least 125 yards rushing while averaging at least five yards per carry. For those of you care about those kinds of things, in NFL history, the only other player to do that in five straight games was Jim Brown for Cleveland in 1958. You do somethiong only Jim Brown, All American, has done before you, you’re doing something pretty gosh darned special.
By: josh q. public on: Sunday, November 22, 2009 @12:21 pm
I’m sorry, so sorry. Please accept my apology. But love was blind and I was too blind to see. -Brenda Lee
Public Service Announcement: I liked Bud Adams better when he was flipping the bird. In a show of remourse, Adams took out a full-page color advertisement in The Buffalo News amid the controversy that followed his obscene gestures in Nashville last week during the Titans’ crushing of the Bills. It’s a nice gesture and all, but not nearly as funny as the other one. Apparently, the No Fun League doesn’t have the same sense of humor as I. The No Fun League fined Bud $250,000 on Monday for throwing those emphatic series of we’re number ones from a luxury suite at LP Field as the Titans secured the 41-17 drubbing over the Bills. A drubbing that included 24 straight points in the fourth quarter.