Monday Morning Bloggerback

Thoughts on NFL week two (and maybe even some college football as well):

– What a comeback by the Giants against the Eagles. Guess there’s more to Eli Manning than just the name.

– Roy Williams sure made himself look smart this week. After guaranteeing a victory over the Bears, his Lions put up a whopping 7 points in a drubbing by Chicago. Apparently he also said that in their first game it was stupid how close they came to scoring 40. Maybe Roy wasn’t a math major, ’cause 40 is pretty damn far from 6 on the number line. Looks like he should have waited until this week to make any guarentees, seeing as how he’ll be facing the Packers next Sunday.

– Two words about two highly regarded football teams: OVERRATED!

– A familiar sight in San Francisco on Sunday, as a wide receiver wearing number 81 threw a temper tantrum, then made the opposing defense look silly. Definitely a good week to be a Niners fan.

– Looks like T.O. will be going back to spinning class.

– Nice game by Louisville on Saturday. And no, http://www.firecoker.com is not up yet, but this is!

– In most cities, kids play a fun playground game called SPUD. We hear that in San Diego they call it STUD.

– Let’s see, Mario Williams: 2 tackles, 0 sacks, Houston at 0-2. Reggie Bush: 68 receiving yards and the Saints are 2-0.

And finally:

– We hear that the line in Vegas now has the over-under for Raiders wins this season at 1. We’re taking the under.

-Jameson Costello

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One Response

  1. Reggie Bush is something else… he could be top 10 in the NFL in receptions this year.

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