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19 September 2008

This is horrible! I cannot go with my Bengals this week. I am so torn but I have to go with my feelings on who the true players are! I will make this short and give my prediction and tell you why. I will add a personal note since I had a bad week but blessed to say, it was not like the hurricane victims. I pray, they continue to succumb the events of this week. On Sunday, the 14th; we all know now that the Bengals lost to Titans, we had a wind storm in some parts of Ohio and surrounding areas, lost power for X amount of days&some still without it tonight, my personal laptop crashed on Monday, ran out of gas on Tuesday due to people going crazy at the gas pumps&stations ran out of gas but all in all I am happy now! I am still at work, LOL; doing what I love most, BLOGGING! I gotta get out here, I must be crazy!

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15 September 2008

I don’t believe that we can lose 2 games in a row!The game last week against the Ravens was horrible.  You would have thought we forgot how to play football. When their starting quarterback has more rushing yards than our running backs, it does not seem right!  When Carson is at the bottom of the list in QB rating that does not seem right!  I figured after that Ravens game, we would play better this week. 

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13 September 2008

Well! here we go again, another week to look forward to.  I so love the Bengals after our week 1 meltdown!  Vince Young is out this week with a knee injury but doesn't make the game less of a challenge.  Carson Palmer our seasoned QB goes against Kerry Collins their seasoned veteran QB.  I know Kerry Collins is older, don't play many games but he is still good!  He took the Titans through some playoff games last season and I thought they were going to make it to the Super Bowl game.  He lead the players down the field with good ease.  I am not concerned about who starts, it doesn't matter with us.  All I hope is that Special Teams, Defense and Offense come out to give a competitive game and get a win!

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6 September 2008

I love the NFL! I love the Bengals! This is the day I have been waiting for. A new season, a fresh start, some new players, old ones are gone and some familiar faces remain. The bottom line is; the game does not change. As Herm Edwards has said; "we play to win the game". I hope we win Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. It shouldn't matter that we do have Rudy Johnson, Willie Anderson, Deltha O'Neil; you get injured, make a mistake, get old or it may be money: you may be gone. It doesn't matter that you were dependable; just like our 9-5 jobs, you are gone. As some leave, one is back; no matter how many mistakes you make, one, two, three or more: Chris Henry is back! Well, just like the start of last season, he is suspended for the start of this season, 4 games. We will survive without him. Now on to my prediction for the game.

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1 June 2008

For you Yankee fans out there, I'm going to commit the ultimate fan heresy and argue against ARod, and in favor of Boston's Manny Ramirez, as the greatest hitter in the game today. He doesn't have anywhere near the defensive value that ARod does, and he's more of a clubhouse canker (I won't say "cancer" as he's more annoying than destructive) but he gets my nod for a consistently good eye, consistent power, and postseason performance. 

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13 March 2008

The New York Yankees try to carry themselves with the belief that they are the classiest team in baseball. Earlier this week manager Joe Girardi took a stance that was not supported by many others in baseball when he harshly criticized a home plate collision in a game earlier this week, calling it dirty and something that you don’t do in Spring Training. If a young player trying to get noticed by his manager his coming into home and the plate is completely blocked, he has every right to barrel over the catcher. If Girardi doesn’t want such a thing to happen, he should tell his catcher not to block the plate in Spring Training. Nonetheless, I can understand Yankees pitcher Heath Phillips throwing at Evan Longoria in retaliation the next time the two teams met, that at least sends a statement to your teammates that you’ve got their backs. However, when Shelley Duncan slid into second base with his spikes high, that is just plain dirty and something that is unacceptable at anytime in the season. The home plate collision was a young kid trying to make a play, done with no malicious intent. Sliding into a base with your spikes in the air can only be seen as trying to injure another player.

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The New York Yankees try to carry themselves with the belief that they are the classiest team in baseball. Earlier this week manager Joe Girardi took a stance that was not supported by many others in baseball when he harshly criticized a home plate collision in a game earlier this week, calling it dirty and something that you don’t do in Spring Training. If a young player trying to get noticed by his manager his coming into home and the plate is completely blocked, he has every right to barrel over the catcher. If Girardi doesn’t want such a thing to happen, he should tell his catcher not to block the plate in Spring Training. Nonetheless, I can understand Yankees pitcher Heath Phillips throwing at Evan Longoria in retaliation the next time the two teams met, that at least sends a statement to your teammates that you’ve got their backs. However, when Shelley Duncan slid into second base with his spikes high, that is just plain dirty and something that is unacceptable at anytime in the season. The home plate collision was a young kid trying to make a play, done with no malicious intent. Sliding into a base with your spikes in the air can only be seen as trying to injure another player.

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7 March 2008

What an idiot

Tripp Isenhour, a two-year, part-time PGA tour card holder, aimed at and killed a red-shouldered hawk with a golf ball on Wednesday. The hawk reportedly was annoying Isenhour while he was filming a golf shot for the television show "Shoot Like a Pro" in Orlando.

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