Archive for February, 2010

Tiger Shows His True Strips!

Posted on Sunday, February 21st, 2010 by Mike Damergis

So after three months in hiding, Tiger Woods addressed the media - sort of.

The handlers for Woods invited only a few select media outlets to the glorious affair. Not only were a few media personnel invited to the gala, but Tiger’s representatives put a ban on reporters’ questions. In response, the Golf Writers [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 by jim dawson

PLAY BALLSKI                                                                                                      2/16/10
Finally, the catchers and pitchers report this Thursday so baseball is right around the corner. Who will be the first player to get injured, despite being in ‘the best shape of his life’? Who will hit the first clutch home run now that Jason Bay is gone? What pitcher will develop ‘a tired [...]

Tom Glavine is a Hall-of-Famer, but…….

Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 by grierbinimi

Make no mistake, Tom Glavine is a first-ballot Hall of Fame pitcher, but he doesn’t even crack on the Top 10 pitchers of his generation.
 
The lefty from Concord, Mass., has 305 career wins; five 20-win seasons, a .600 winning percentage and a 2.16 ERA in eight World Series starts. The Braves 14-year run as division [...]

Michael Vick admits he didn’t deliver and mailed it in!

Posted on Friday, February 12th, 2010 by dbrody

I want to throw Michael Vick a bone, but I can’t.  Just when dog’s worst friend takes a step forward in rehabilitating his image, he takes four steps back. In a recent radio interview in Atlanta, Vick admitted he dogged it when he played for the Falcons, saying, ‘’There was a lot more I could have [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 by jim dawson

ONE BAD PASS                                                                                                        2/9/10
The Colts were moving downfield ready to tie the game, like so many other comebacks this year, with the laser-like accuracy of Peyton Manning. And then Tracy Porter read the formation, cut in front of Reggie Wayne’s route and was off to the end zone for the clinching score. One bad pass. [...]

Sills is too young to commit to, let alone hear the word Trojan!

Posted on Friday, February 5th, 2010 by dbrody

 
Remember when you were in the 7th grade? Your biggest concern was how you were going to cover up your pimples. David Sills is a 13 year old middle school quarterback from Delaware with much larger concerns. Not only is Sills 5-11, he stands heads and shoulders above his peers when it comes to commitment. [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by jim dawson

BOSOX                                                                                                                       2/2/10
Happy Groundhog Day! If you think I’m waiting until spring training to write about our beloved Red Sox, you’re nuts. I can’t wait. Besebol been berry berry good to me. Red Sox been berry berry good to me and other BoSox fans (since at least 2004).
So here are a couple items that I culled [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by jim dawson

THE AFC/NFC CHAMPIONSHIPS                                                                     1/26/10
As bad as last week’s games were, Sunday’s championship contests were competitive and close (until about 9 minutes left in the 4th quarter of the Indy game).
 
The Colts and Saints, my selections, were the winners. Their Super Bowl matchup projects to being a high scoring shootout with the last gunslinger standing the [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by jim dawson

HUMDRUM STUMBLEBUMS LEAD TO DOLDRUMS            JANUARY 19, 2010                      As a Patriots fan, there isn’t much to cheer about in the NFL playoffs. The one team I wanted to lose, the New York (really New Jersey) Jets, parlayed a good defense, tough running and the generosity of the grounded Lightning Bolts (Nate Kaeding, Philip Rivers) to [...]

Sportzine

Posted on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by jim dawson

DISAPPOINTING                                                                             JANUARY 12, 2010
It was disappointing to see the Patriots allow a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. The Ravens’ Ray Rice went 83 yards untouched.
 
It was disappointing to see Matt Light give up a strip/sack by Terrell Suggs on the Patriots very first possession. Tom Brady coughed up the ball and the Ravens [...]

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