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Monday, February 2nd, 2009

A couple of last points to make regarding the Super Bowl…

  1. You’ve got to love Ben Roethlisberger for giving love to his O-Line after the game, even though his front 5 had him scrambling the field all night. I have a soft spot for the big guys up front (so much so that I married one!) and it’s great to see them get credit for something other than an off-sides or holding penalty. Big Ben is not only a great quarterback but a smart leader as well, because nothing motivates a lineman more than knowing his quarterback has his back.
  2. If you’ve never listened to Colin Cowherd on ESPN radio you should start. His commentary is smart, funny and thought provoking. This morning he made a good case that the Steelers should replace the Cowboys as “America’s Team”. I tried to get an excerpt of his comments but here is the gist of it. He basically said that if Americans are lazy, spoiled, prima donnas that can’t deliver when it counts then the Cowboys should indeed be America’s team. If Americans are honest, hardworking, down-to-earth people who know how to win when it counts then the Steelers should be America’s team. I don’t know about you, but I vote for the Steelers.
  3. Is it just me or is Steeler head coach Mike Tomlin hot? He was interviewed after the game with his wife and three kids. There is nothing sexier than a man who loves his family!!!images1


The Great Debate

Sunday, February 1st, 2009

An interesting question was posed on

Based on past celeb girlfriends, which Super Bowl QB Ben Roethlisberger or Matt Leinart (backup) has the edge in the big game?

It’s pretty funny, check it out!

FYI my pick, Roethlisberger! With a golfer and a former Heroes actress on his roster you’ve got to give him the edge over Leinart’s two reality t.v. girly girls.

With that in mind, throw them all in a cage match vs. Kurt Warner’s military momma and she’d kick ass and take names!


NFL Playoff Picks

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

images-1Okay, I’ll keep this short and sweet. My picks for this weekends NFL Conference Championships- 

I’ll take the Cardinals over the Eagles. Kurt Warner has been down and out more times than I can count but he is the master of the feel-good comeback story and I don’t think this story is over just yet.

With the Ravens and the Steelers I’ll pick the Ravens. Joe Flacco is to 2008 what Ben Roethlisberger was to 2004. But Flacco will take it one step further than Big Ben did in his rookie season, this Raven will spread his wings and fly straight to the Super Bowl.


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