Thursday, November 30, 2006

Some Thursday Thoughts

-Wow, what's Michael Strahan's deal? I'm not sure if he realized it or not but the reporter that he spoke so disrepectfully to was doing her job. It didn't seem like she was trying to cause conflict in the Giants lockeroom ... if anything Strahan already did that when he called out Plaxico. Shame on Strahan - he should apologize to that reporter.

-Tony Romo is playing great football right now. At this rate, I hate to say it, they might be the team to beat in the NFC. I think the powers in the AFC will win the Super Bowl again this year but I would hate to see the Cowboys make it.

-Albert Pujols is complaining that he didn't win the National League MVP Award? Is this guy joking? I'm not sure if he knows it or not but Ryan Howard's numbers were as good as they get and had anybody pitched to him in the finals three weeks of the season he probably would've hit 65 dingers. Pujols says that the MVP should come from a guy who's team makes the playoffs...lucky for him that the NL Central was so bad this year - the Cards won the division with 83 wins. Newsflash to Albert, the Phillies won 85 games and missed the playoffs because they played in a better division.

-The three best teams in the NBA might all reside in Texas. Dallas is currently 11-4, San Antonio is 11-5 and Houston is 10-5. I see all three playing deep into the playoffs because they all have good guard play and good big men.

-Manny Pacquiao KO'd Erik Morales in the 3rd Round of their fight last weekend...the rubber match between these two great champions. Pac-man is no joke. He hits harder than any 130 pounder on this Earth and is as fast as Junior Earnhardt's #8 car. I enjoy watching him box.

-Ben Wallace has a problem with Chicago Bulls Head Coach Scott Skiles enforcing a no headband rule. I don't blame him. That's exactly what Skiles should be worrying about right now...what his players are wearing around their heads. Maybe he should just be happy that he's got one of the best defensive players in the NBA on his team and he should focus on getting his guys to play better?

-The New Jersey Nets will win the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division this year...and probably have a losing record...that's sad.


At 11/30/2006 2:16 PM, Anonymous jbird said...

Allegedly, Strahan said there's no broads in broadcasting.


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