|Future Hall of Famer glove man Daivd Ortiz.|
OK, I am a little worried about Mariano Rivera. Just a little.
Why are the Carolina Panthers asking about Vincent Jackson. Don't you think he would help rookie QB, Jimmy Clausen a little?
I think Chris Johnson, by year 5 of his career, will be broke. He just doesn't have the body to take 30 carries a game. Tennessee is overusing him.
Brett Farve has a 60.3 QB rating. Think maybe you should have come to training camp maybe, Brett?
Homer Bailey did this last year too. The former no. 1 pick, sucked all hyear, then pitched well for the last month or so. if someone could train him to start the season as well as he finishes, he could really be worth the pick the Reds used on him.
In the "Are You Freakin' Kidding" news of the week, the Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo wrote this gem: If (Carlos) Lee can play first base for a National League team, David Ortiz could as well. Nick, you've seen Ortiz lately, yes?
OK, Michael Vick may have grown up a little. He's still not accurate, but he has shown that's "getting" the game a lot more than he used to.
New England really isn't the team it used to be. They don't make other teams fear them like they used to. Barely beating the Bills? Really?
And finally, in the bizarre news of the week, general disappointment, Yi Jianlian (6th pick in 2007 draft, 9.6 ppg, .403 shooting percentage, traded twice) was asked for some reason, abhout his preference in his sexual partner's preferred ethnicity. And this is what he had to say:
THREE YEARS into the NBA as well as the American life, Chinese basketball star Yi Jianlian doesn't seem to have changed who he was in terms of his views on love and marriage, as he gives a point-blank "No" when asked about whether he would consider a mixed marriage.
"I'll definitely marry a Chinese girl," the low-profile star blushes at the question. "And it is not about aesthetic stuff, I am just not that open to a mixed marriage."
|Yi and the very passionate gynast pose in an all-Chinese occasion. No mixed races here.|