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Posted on: November 27, 2008 12:35 am
 

the night before thanksgivving

the thing  iam most thankful for is romo back and leading our boys to victory these past two weeks. with romo back in the saddle comes hope of a salvage season and a possible playoff run! i dont take the Seahawks to lightly they have been a playoff team the last four years? i am just hopping there playing for a draft pick so we can rest most of our guys for pittsburgh! we will know by the end of the day! i cant wait to eat my turkey and prime rib and watching the boys!!!!!!!!  happy thanksgiving to all

Category: NFL
Posted on: November 27, 2008 12:30 am
 

DODGERS OFFSEASON NEEDS

i feel the Dodgers could put a starting rotation compared to the atlanta Braves of the 90s and earlier these decade! if the dodgers could sighn c.c. and trade for peavy and holloway those three guys would be just like glavine,maddox and smoltz. yes we would have to give a lot up in our farm system but we would have the next decade to restock it. of course the dodgers would have to sighn them to long term deals to. plus instead of bringing manny back they should go after texiera hes younger and doesnt have the clubhouse problems manny has. the protential of manny getting upset is going to happen its amatter of when! dont take me wrong i believe mannys a stud look what he did for the dodgers last year! but the facts are hes up there in age and is starting to lose a step and hes been a club house killer when things dont go his way! i would also go after sheets just think if the dodgers hade those four players who are young and not over there prime like players they have mention randy johnson whos 40 what? and andy petite who can still pitch but is past his prime like jason scmitt! i am tired as a dodger fan of all these quick fixes. we have a bad history of givng bad contracts to players over there prime nomar g, andrew jones and jeff kent who is a club house killer with his atitude. i feel the dodgers could do something special these off season. there is so many good young players out there in free agent market that could propel the dodgers to the top for years to come. granted i dont believe the dodgers will pull these off but it never hurts ti wish!!
Category: MLB
Tags: L.A. DODGERS
 
Posted on: November 22, 2008 1:11 am
 

spurs

well i imagen the Spurs would be off to a better start then they are . injurys have killed them but they are still hanging in there.i just have a feeling that age is starting to catch up with our spurs and a total rebuild will happen in the next 4 years.i still believe the spurs have at least one or two more runs left in them. the sad part about these is i can start to see the sun set on tim duncans hall of fame career. what ever the fulture has in store for the spurs they sure had a great run with Tim Duncan and company and i will enjoy watching the rest of his great career!!!!!!!
Category: NBA
Posted on: November 19, 2008 3:33 am
 

dallas cowboys

yes the dallas Cowboys only scored 2 touchdowns last week. but during the game having romo in there gave us hope. Tony Romo being off a mounth due to a broken pinky on his throwing hand proved to me hes the heart and soul of the offence! yes our boys only scored 2 td . but tony moved the ball enough to keep the other offence on the bench along with a great game from barber. lets be honest if Brad Johnson was in there the pass threat wouldnt have been there and they would have overloaded the line in effort to stop the run! romo is a true leader and we cant win without him! plus one of those interceptions bounched of of owens. for at least a week our cowboys have turned it around and only the next mouth will tell if we will go to the playoffs! but one thing i can say and believe in is if romo plays we have a chance to win every week.

and welcome back newman what a great job you did on covering Santana Moss our biggest cowboy killer in recent years!

Category: NFL
 
 
 
 
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