We feel like the rumors of the demise of the New England Patriots were greatly exaggerated. Plenty of flak was thrown in our general direction following our decision to put the Brady-less Pats at #2 last week, but we feel pretty good about it right now.
The Sports Dollar on the Broncos: “It really pains me to talk about them in any sort of positive manor. I was of course forced as a child to watch almost all of their games growing up in Montana and also forced to watch “Horsemaster” Elway whine, get fat, and sell cars. But hey, I guess they are still winning right?”
The Blue Workhorse on the Broncos: “We love what Shanahan is doing in Denver and Jauron is doing in Buffalo. Shanahan’s gutsy call to go for two shows the confidence he has in Jay Cutler and the offensive squad. We hope both Shanahan and Jauron get to enjoy the 2008 postseason. Oh yeah, Heisman hates Brett Favre more than any player he has ever hated in his life.”
Isaac on the career of T-Jack: “There are 32 starting NFL quarterbacks….I think we can all agree that while they may not be the 32 best at their position in the world, its pretty darn close. There may be a stray backup or a stud college qb or even the rare Arena league quarterback thats better. Which brings to me to Tavaris Jackson… If I had to pick 75 quarterbacks both from college and the pros, I don’t think I would even glance in his direction. In fact, if I had some flatulence, I would probably let one go right in his face…I think its time the Vikings just said, ok, let’s get some strippers, put them on a boat in Lake Minnetonka and let Tavaris Jackson disease himself to death. Hell, he can even call Daunte up so he can show him how its done…”
My Sports Rumors on who the dominant division in the NFL is: “Is there any doubt left that the NFC Easts are the NFL Beasts? The only question I have is if the offenses in Dallas and Philly stumble in a playoff game can those defenses carry them? Not quite sure. Big Blue on the other hand just keeps chugging alone no matter who that defense loses.”
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