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: 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: josh q. public on: Sunday, November 8, 2009 @12:15 pm
The Tennessee Stud was long and lean. The color of the sun and his eyes were green. He had the nerve and he had the blood. There never was a horse like Tennessee Stud. -Johnny Cash
Public Service Announcement: OK, here we go! Let’s get this straight. Straight from the heart. Give it to me straight from the heart. Tell me we can make another start. You know I’ll never go, as long as I know. It’s comin’ straight from the heart. This is straight from the heart: I love me some Mighty Vince Young. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 @2:58 pm
I got so much trouble on my mind. I refuse to lose. Here’s your ticket. Hear the drummer get wicked. -Public Enemy
So here we are. Here we are now. Entertain us. I feel stupid and contagious. Here we are now. Entertain us. Week three in the books. Week four coming up. Like my main Gomer Pyle always says: Surprise, surprise, surprise! These Tennessee Titans are good. Surprise, surprise, surprise! The Tennessee Titans are real good. Surprise, surprise, surprise! Houston Oilers! Houston Oilers! Houston Oilers number one! I know. I know. It’s the Titans now. But that just doesn’t have the same ring to it. Now does it? But you get the idea. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Tuesday, September 25, 2007 @3:30 pm
I love talking about nothing. It is the only thing I know anything about. -Oscar Wilde
1. Mighty Vince Young. What a man, what a man, what a man. What a mighty good man. Can we please stop the Michael Vick comparisons? Senator, I served with Mighty Vince Young. I knew Mighty Vince Young. Mighty Vince Young was a friend of mine. Senator, you’re no Mighty Vince Young. No he’s not. Vick counted on his legs first. Young thinks pass first. If nothing is there, then he’s gone. Young threw a pair of touchdown passes against last year’s feel good Saints. Down ten zip, he did what he does best. He came back. Came back and won a football game. Look out for these Titans. They are looking good. Pretty, pretty good. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Friday, June 22, 2007 @4:25 pm
Do you not know, my son, with what little understanding the world is ruled? -Pope Julius III
1. Wanna hear what a leader sounds like? Huh? Do ya? This is what a leader sounds like. Mighty Vince Young: We want him (Pac Man) to know these guys over here, we love him a whole lot, but we feel like he don’t care about us right now. At the same time, that’s his issue. He has got to take care of his problem. We want him back here, to come back over here playing and making plays because he does a whole lot for our team, but as a team we are feeling like, Man, does he care about us over here? That’s what a leader sounds like. Mighty Vince Young is going to be a super super star. In charge. A big house. Five cars. Read More »
By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 @8:21 pm
The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will. -Vince Lombardi
1. Tamerlane Lincoln Kennedy. You remember him. Lincoln Kennedy of the Oakland Raiders? Offensive tackle. Part of the 12-0 National Champion Washington Huskies in 1991. Two time Pro Bowler. The Oval Office. Retired in 2004. Well, he’s baaack. Playing for the Dallas Desparados of the Arena Football League. Must have run out of money. Right?
2. So Juan Marichal wants Big Mac in the Hall? Isn’t he that cat? Isn’t he that cat who did it like this, did it like that, did it with a baseball bat. Did it with a baseball bat to John Roseboro? Smashed John Roseboro in the head two times with said baseball bat. Get the papers, get the papers. He’s lucky he’s in the Hall.
3. Is there any stopping this Suns Juggernaut? Not tonight. Not the Knicks. Shooting the lights out. The Suns made 61 percent of their shots against the Wiz(48 for 79), their highest in any game in over seven years. However, 20 of Phoenix’s 31 misses came on 3-point attempts. On two-point shots, the Suns went 35 for 46, 76 percent. That was the second-highest field-goal percentage in NBA history on two-point shots. On March 13, 1998, the Clippers made 52 of 66 two-pointers, 79 percent. Goodness!
4. The Ohio State University is number six on the charts. Number one in our hearts. The Gigantic-O is starting to dominate. One handed. Wait till tournament time. Is that the team you want to face then?
5. Bernie Baseball wants one more year in the Bronx. Good luck with that.
6. The NFL and its players union have agreed to more extensive testing for performance-enhancing drugs and have added the blood-boosting substance EPO to the league’s list of banned substances. Things could get interesting here. I have to believe there are a ton of NFL players on the juice. How cool was the Jeremy Shockey helmetless play? Walkie Talkie Shockey. He walks the walk. He talks the talk. If you’re a Giant fan, how can you not love that guy? But it got me thinking. It got me thinking, when people start acting crazy like that out there, I’d give â€˜em a steroid test right on the spot. Merriman busts through the line and busts out the Lights Out dance. Steroid test. Reggie Bush goes…all…the way…and points at defenders before doing a summersault in the end zone, steroid test. Drayton Florence Henderson head butts an opposing player, steroid test. On the spot. Every time.
7. Michael Vick will not be traded and will be the Atlanta Falcons’ starting quarterback in 2007, the team’s ownership said. We’ll see. I never bought into Ron Mexico’s game. Exciting? Sure. Game breaker? At times. Super Bowl Quarterback? Never. He’s no Vince Young, I’ll tell you that.
8. The arrest of Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Johnathan Joseph has members of the team Furious Five, embarrassed and concerned that guilt by association has ruined public perception of the team. As well it should. I’d cut this cat right now. Stop the madness. You have to start somewhere.
9. I wish I was a little bit taller. I wish I was a baller. I wish I had a girl who looked good, I would call her. With a listed height of 6-foot, Allen Iverson became the shortest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points. That distinction had previously belonged to 6-2, We Are Marshall, Hal Greer.
10. Is Rex Grossman the worst Super Bowl quarterback ever? Vince Feragamo? Trent Dilfer? Champagne Tony Eason? Billy Kilmer? David Woodley? Craig Morton?
By: josh q. public on: Wednesday, January 3, 2007 @7:58 pm
Information is not knowledge. -Albert Einstein
1. Watching the kids is fun and all, but life without Paul Pierce is nothing nice. I thought it would be Gerald Green filling those big shoes. I was wrong. It’s been Tony Allen, the Celtics assassin, I gotta ask him, are you that type? You best believe the hype.
2. Mighty Vince the Nashville prince. Mighty Vince Young won The Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year Award on Wednesday. As well he should have. Nobody did more to help his football team. Not St. Reggie. Not Marques Colston. Not Maurice Jones-Drew. Not Marcus McNeill. Not nobody. Vince took his team from 0-5 and led them to an 8-8 season barely missing the play-offs. I can’t wait to watch this cat next year.
3. The New England Patriots will go into their grudge match playoff game against the New York Jets without safety Rodney Harrison. That’s a shame. I love that guy. My favorite Patriot. He sure can lay a lick on a fella. Scares the bejeezus out of folks out there. The heart and soul of the Patriot defense. He will be missed.
4. The Kansas City Penguins? I sure hope not.
5. How is Bruce Sutter in the Hall and Goose Gossage is not. It’s a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham. Goose was the best closer I ever saw not named Mariano Rivera. I wish I saw Dick Monster Radatz. In 1964, as a closer, he went 16-9 to go along with his 29 saves, 181 strike-outs and 2.29 ERA. My goodness!
6. Dennis Green is what we thought he was. An abject disastah. Maybe now this young Cardinal team can do something they have only done once in the last 22 seasons. Have a winning record.
7. The Big Tuna was right. We were passing around those anointing oils just a Tad Hamilton too early. If he loses this week-end, Romo falls into the same heap with C.W. McCall and Super Joe Charbeneau.
8. How does a Matt Millen still have a job? Huh? How? Tell me dammit!
9. If not for the Patriots, I’d be picking Baltimore. They scare me. They scare more than anybody else. More than Jason Vorhees. Air McNair plays so much better than his numbers. And the Raven defense is extrememly deep. Captain Fish Tanner style. Think about it. Ray Lewis might be their third-best linebacker. Bart Scott and Adalius Thomas are playing out of their minds.
10. So Paris Hilton’s baby daddy ex-boyfriend is now K-Feds ex-wife’s boyfriend? Being an NFL quarterback sure must be fun. Just ask Jeff Garcia or AJ feeley or Tony Romo.
11. Geez, you just can’t get away from this stuff. A 17-year-old former employee of a downtown sports bar owned by the Detroit Red Wings’ Chris Chelios was arrested in the stabbing deaths of the restaurant’s manager and a cook. What is wrong with people?
12. Amare Stoudemire scored 24 points with 18 rebounds in the Suns’ 97-96 win at Chicago. Only one other player has started at center opposite Big Ben Wallace and reached those totals in the same game: The Admiral, in 2001 (29 points, 22 rebounds). Amare dunked on Wallace’s head. He hit jumpers from the perimeter. He even threw in the baby hook. Big Ben Could not stop him. At this point, it’s looking like no one can.
13. Madison Square Gordon. Ben Gordon scored 41 points in the Bulls’ loss, six days after scoring 40 points against the Heat. So what? Big deal? Who cares? Gordon didn’t start either game. Over the last 30 seasons, only one other player, Brian Winters, recorded at least two 40-point games off the bench over his entire career. Gordon has done it twice in a week.
14. Don’t look now, but the Mavericks look awfully good. Championship good. They just extended their current winning streak to 11 games. Don’t forget, they already had a 12 game streak. The NBA is a game of runs. The Mavericks are in the middle of one.
15. The Red Wings retired Stevie Yzerman’s uniform No. 19 before Tuesday night’s 2-1 win over the Ducks. Yzerman scored 1,755 points over 22 NHL seasons from 1983 to 2006, playing only for Detroit. That’s not only the second-highest point total in Red Wings history, it’s the second-highest total by any player for any team. Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe’s total of 1,809 points for Detroit is the most scored by one player for any NHL team.
16. Shaq back. Well January 15, he will be. That’s bad news for everybody else.
17. Old friend Keith Foulke arrived in Cleveland to take his physical. Good luck Tribe, you’re gonna need it.
By: josh q. public on: Thursday, December 28, 2006 @12:33 pm
The NFL play-offs. Things are a little kooky right now. Things are a little murky right now. But don’t worry your pretty little heads right now. I’m gonna play Navajo Code Talker, and break it on down for ya right now. Twenty teams still in the mix. Twenty teams still fighting for their post season lives. One game left and twenty teams. Let’s have us a little look-see, shall we? Sure we shall. Read More »