I think this is a great move. Vanderjagt has been becoming a liability (not necessarily on the field). He is the most accurate kicker in NFL History, but he has been in a dome. Vinatieri has been playing in Boston, which is crazy weather. Vanderjagt 87.5% in a dome. Vinatieri 81.9% outside in Boston. I'll take Vinatieri.
posted by jmbraun773 at 12:03 PM on March 22
Vanderjagt was going to cost too much for the Colts to keep. They should have considered getting rid of the REAL CHOKER (Manning) to save cap room. Manning is the one who made the last kick of the year 46 yards rather than 36 because he called the stupid plays. Rather than handing off to Edge (who is also gone) and letting him run for his usual 4+ yards per carry, he throws more incomplete passes that gained 0 yards. As a Colts fan I say, keep the Edge (the most consistant running back in the league) and Vandy (who is the most consistant kicker in the league) and get rid of Peyton (who is the most consistant CHOKER in the league). I think this is one of the stupidest statements I have ever read. Get rid of one of the best QB's in the league...yeah that's smart
posted by jmbraun773 at 11:49 AM on March 22
I'm a Reds fan so I was able to see Wily Mo play quite a bit. The man has power, but he also misses the ball quite a bit. His fielding does need to improve but I believe it will in time. I am happy with this trade because the Reds desperately needed some pitching, and I have always been a fan of Arroyo. Hopefully he can bring some of those good memories to Cincy.
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:15 PM on March 20
Come on Vito...have a little class....the man just died. RIP Kirby you will be missed.
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:52 AM on March 07
Mike Davis can recruit very well. He is not the best coach yet. I say yet, because I believe one day he will be a great coach after he gets a little more experience. I'm glad to see him go, but not in this way. He deserved better than what he got in the end. Now I just want to see Steve Alford coaching here next year.
posted by jmbraun773 at 08:32 AM on February 17
Lebron's triple-double leads cavs Leads them to where. Yeah he's great...but he is no MVP. I will add that I do believe he will win several MVP awards in his career, cause the man is just unbelievable. I'm with insomnyuk in cleveland you have Lebron James and Lebron James......in Phoenix nash has a decent team Z, Gooden, Hughes (i know he just got hurt), Damon Jones, Donyell Marshall, and Eric Snow. To me that is a pretty good supporting cast.
posted by jmbraun773 at 12:39 PM on February 16
I would love to see him come and play for the colts (although i know that will never happen) A veteran in the secondary would be huge for the colts.
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:03 AM on February 16
My vote would also go with Nash. Just because he basically gets everything started for the Suns. Without him they play a much slower, low scoring game. He is fun to watch.
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:01 AM on February 16
I'm just saying that people were expecting him to come back with 5 olympic gold medals...that's crazy. It is hard enough to win one. And by "we" I mean the fans, media, etc...
posted by jmbraun773 at 10:27 AM on February 15
What makes this funny is that the same team for whom the NFL supposedly fixed the Super Bowl, was complaining about a game being "fixed" against them just two weeks earlier. Really, if a team gets screwed by the officials one week and helped by them the next, is the fix really in? The Colts were the better story for the NFL for that game....but when the Steelers won that game (which would have been highway robbery if they hadn't) they became the better story for the NFL. And how do you make money in the entertainment business...good story lines.
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:38 AM on February 15
yes you can ying yang
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:28 AM on February 15
Everyone needs to give this guy a break. Let him enjoy the Olympic scene how he wants to. These guys he is going up against are no chumps, so it is almost impossible to win gold in everything. They also had that issue with changing skis right before the race, and then straddling the gate (which happens a lot). This is what we do, set unacheivable goals for somebody, and then bitch when they don't get them. This guy is good, he will win a gold.
posted by jmbraun773 at 09:20 AM on February 15
The game was rigged, everyone knows it, and the NFL will never admit to it of course. This idea is hilarious and I would love to see it happen, but doubt it ever will.
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:44 PM on February 14
The NBA All Star game is a joke. It is a popularity contest where even if someone has been hurt most of the season they still get voted in. This is supposed to showcase the best people from the current year, not just the big names. The only good part of the All Star weekend is the 3-point contest.
posted by jmbraun773 at 07:33 AM on February 10
That was really tough---only scored 45% :-(
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:30 PM on February 07
You know sometimes people take things way too far.
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:46 PM on January 31
I don't know why they want this ball in the Hall of Fame anyway. The drop kick is a useless play in football. Like everyone else in here I agree that the Pats are doing the right thing because this guy is out of his mind to expect these things.
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:43 PM on January 31
I like this punishment. It is what should have happened to the Detroit Pistons.
posted by jmbraun773 at 01:38 PM on January 31
Thank you Sacremento for taking this crazy man off our hands and out of Indianapolis. He brought nothing but trouble with and I don't think that will change just because he is moving to a different town. The Pacers are so much better off with him gone, good luck handling him Sacremento.
posted by jmbraun773 at 11:25 AM on January 26
I do agree with Wrigley South here...awesome list However I have to go with 1. Kobe Bryant 2. Ben Wallace 3. Barry Bonds 4. T.O. 5. Ron Artest 6. A-Rod 7. Rasheed Wallace 8. Tom Brady 9. Jon Starks 10. Colin Montgomerie
posted by jmbraun773 at 12:57 PM on January 25
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