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Doberman On The Diamond
Doberman On The Diamond is a blog about the ubiquitous world of sports. DOTD has bite.
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2007-11-19 18:02:00
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Gold Glove Awards Are Officially A Joke
2007-11-09 15:29:00
The fact that the Los Angeles Dodgers' Russell Martin won the Gold Glove award over St. Louis' Yadier Molina isn't just ridiculous - it's laughable. A joke. The Gold Glove awards have been lacking credibility for some time - anybody remember Rafael Palmeiro's award at first base after playing less than 30 games there? - but it's almost at the point where they should be scrapped altogether. Because really, they mean nothing.Martin is an outstanding player, and he's a much better hitter than Molina. But defensively, they're not in the same stratosphere. And with catchers, it's about more than just errors. It's holding runners on, throwing them out, calling a game, etc. In fact, I won't even have to make the argument for Molina. I'll just go ahead and let others do it for me, from both local and national viewpoints:- Bernie Miklasz, columnist, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Martin had the most errors (14) of any NL catcher. According to STATS LLC, Martin threw out only 28.7 perc...
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Jay-Z Has Mad Respect For Tony LaRussa
2007-11-07 18:17:00
In giving us a tip that the new Jay-Z album is getting good reviews, The Big Lead points to a review in Rolling Stone.The album, American Gangster is inspired by the new film of the same name, and the magazine gives it rave reviews.In breaking down the album, Rolling Stone gives us a few examples of how Jay-Z got back to the lyrical style that made Jay one of the all-time greats. One of them was this:"I need a personal Jesus, I'm in depeche mode/They say it's celestial, it's all in the stars/It's like Tony La Russa on how you play your cards."Obviously, Jay is a very intelligent man, and astute baseball fan. But don't fret, Cubs fans. I'm sure Will Smith will drop a Lou Piniella reference in his next album.
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Hey, Didn't You Used To Be Nebraska?
2007-11-05 15:51:00
Needless to say, Nebraska football fans are a teeny bit upset with the way their team has performed this season. Which is understandable when the once vaunted Blackshirt defense gives up 76 points. In one game. To the Kansas Jayhawks. And this wasn't a pick-up basketball game between the KU basketball team and Nebraska defensive players. This was on the football field.As you might imagine, the fanbase is growing restless and want to see head coach Bill Callahan and defensive coordinator Kevin Cosgrove gone, and quickly. If you read this site on occasion, you know we specialize in seeking out the best and brightest of the internet sports message board sect. Let's see what Nebraska fans have to say, shall we?- Huskerboard: "The only good thing going for Husker fans this fall is that Dr. Tom Osborne himself is back and deer season, period." - huskerjock - Huskerpedia: "I'm a brand new member and this is my first post. Can anyone help me out in understanding just what happened?" - Re...
Sports Figures I Loathe
2007-10-30 15:12:00
Here now, are people in sports I loathe. - Scott Linehan- Jay Zygmunt (Rams G.M.)- John Shaw (Rams President)- Mike Keenan- Bill Laurie (former Blues owner)- Curt Schilling- Stephon Marbury- Ed Belfour- Carlos ZambranoMore to come. Thank you for your time.
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Well, That Was Anti-Climactic
2007-10-29 15:32:00
The Boston Red Sox won the 2007 World Series. And a nation celebrated yawned.I honestly thought the Colorado Rockies had a shot in this series, at least until about the second inning of game one. After that, it was just a matter of time. The Rockies certainly deserved to be there, but they were horribly outclassed by an outstanding Red Sox team.But that's not the real story. The real story is how blase the feeling around it was. Sure, Red Sox nation cared, but, really, after winning the 2004 World Series, it wasn't the same.And then there's the more pressing issue that we're all aware of but not many people talk about: the Red Sox are the new Yankees. Period.Their payroll is enormous, they traded away young players for veterans to help them win championships right now, no longer are the Sox just expected to get to the playoffs. They are considered failures if they don't win the Whole Thing.Not that there's anything wrong with that. The Red Sox have a financial advantage, and t...
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The Best Postseason Pitchers You May Not Know
2007-10-26 15:49:00
With playoff baseball comes the inevitable debates about who the greatest postseason performer was. This has been especially true in lieu of Josh Beckett and Curt Schilling's recent performances in the World Series.Many people are familiar with some of the best postseason hurlers, but what about some other, less heralded pitchers? Are there guys out there who may have flown a bit under the radar? In fact, there are a number of them. While none of these guys had the extensive impact of a Bob Gibson or Mariano Rivera, they still delivered clutch performances throughout their postseason careers*. Ken Dayley, St. Louis CardinalsIf I were to ask you who in postseason history had the best WHIP (0.58), allowed the least number of hits per 9 innings (2.61) and the fourth best ERA (0.44), your first answer might not be Ken Dayley, but that's the correct answer.Dayley was a lefthanded reliever for the Cardinals who pitched in both the 1985 NLCS and World Series, and the 1987 NLCS and World ...
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Writers Are Smart
2007-10-25 16:14:00
A 13-1 blowout can lead to some hand-wringing, excitement or hyperbole. After the Red Sox decimated the Rockies in Game One, here are what some of the nation's sportswriters had in their minds.- Mike Littwin, Rocky Mountain News: "For days, you’ve heard about nothing but Fenway and poetry. Now, when you think of poetry, you wonder what rhymes with blowout."- Jay Mariotti, Chicago Sun-Times: "Only Josh Beckett thinks Josh Beckett is normal. The rest of us see Bob Gibson, Sandy Koufax, Tiger Woods, Google stock, Simon Cowell, F-16 fighter jets, monster trucks, Springsteen, dominance, impenetrability."- Bob Ryan, Boston Globe: "Shorn of Whatever It Was that enabled them to transcend all reason as they stampeded into the playoffs and then over, under, around, and through the Phillies and Diamondbacks, the Colorado Rockies looked very much like a team that had not seen a living, breathing major league opponent in nine days, and sending them out against the hottest postseason pitcher i...
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Link My Balls
2007-10-24 19:43:00
The best of the Wednesday sports blogs, including Moon Bloodgood, who is both insanely hot and the possessor of a cool name.- Gilbert Arenas is making his own"756" shoe in honor of Barry Bonds, available only in San Francisco. (100% Injury Rate)- Should SI hire Will Leitch from Deadspin to replace Rick Reilly? (Dan Shanoff)- Wide receivers from the 2005 NFL draft aren't exactly setting the world on fire. (End Zone Buzz)- Interestingly, the soccer coach for the U.S. women's team was fired. Could this be because he didn't go with, as NOIS puts it, "the pale white girl in favor of her melanin rich back-up"? (Nation of Islam Sports Blog)- Boston, and Pats fans, take a beating from MBSR. (My Brain Says Rage)- A letter to members of the Big 10, imploring them to do one thing - beat Ohio State. (Black Heart Gold Pants)- Will the Rockies get swept? (Ghosts of Wayne Fontes)- Rudy Giuliani is officially a scummy politician. (Deuce of Davenport)
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Unheralded College Players
2007-10-24 15:23:00
Many of us know who the best football players in college are right now - Tim Tebow, Glenn Dorsey, Chase Daniel, Mike Hart and Dennis Dixon, to name but a few. But for teams to be successful, they need guys to perform who fly under the radar. Not players who are completely unknown, but ones who may not get the recognition they deserve on a national level. A look now at some of these players:- Pig Brown, Safety, Missouri: Okay, his name is really Cornelius. But he prefers being called by his nickname, Pig. And Brown has arguably been the Tigers best defensive player this season. He is tied for third in the Big 12 with 3 interceptions, is ninth in the Big 12 with 60 tackles, tenth in the Big 12 with 8 tackles for loss, has deflected 4 passes, picked up 2 fumbles and returned one of those fumbles for a touchdown. Oh, and he's been the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week twice already.- Chimdi Chekwa, Cornerback, Ohio State: Malcolm Jenkins gets all the pub concerning the Ohio State pas...
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Message Board Marauder
2007-10-23 15:39:00
Time for our weekly look at the fascinating musings on sports internet message boards.Blue And Gold - Notre Dame Football: "I realize that a lot of 'fair weather fans' will be jumping ship. A few of us will remain, but now's the time to really get on board. In 2,3,4,5 years when ND is competing for BCS supremacy season after season, I will not be accepting bandwagon jumpers." - - MLB General: "Intelligently, the Rockies would be lucky to win a game ... it is sad but the True. Once again, I will be proven right." - - NCAA Football: "Why does LSwho fans try to dis the mighty OSU? They have half a NC in the modern era unlike all the other Champs who won unanimous ones and here they are trying to dog a program who's rich football heritage makes theirs look like a joke. LSU is not an elite school and they have some midget playing RB who spazzes out everytime he runs for 4 yards. They lost to Kentucky (who cares if they're ranked, it's K...
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As Rams Fans, We're Pretty Pissed
2007-10-22 15:55:00
It's been a pretty bleak football season here in St. Louis. The Rams lost again Sunday, 33-6 to the Seahawks. The team is now 0-7 for the first time ever.Not the first time since they moved to St. Louis from L.A., or even the first time since they moved to L.A. from Cleveland. No, this is the worst start in the history of the Rams franchise ... and this franchise started in 1936. That's 72 seasons worth of football. Needless to say, Rams fans such as myself are none too happy about this situation and the bumbling fools who led the team this direction. Namely, team "president" John Shaw, "general manager" (who is really an accountant - seriously) Jay Zygmunt, and "head coach" Scott Linehan. There are others who have contributed, sure. But these three inept clowns are the ones who are most responsible.To show how pissed we are, let's go ahead and take a look at some fan's questions from a post-game chat held by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Jeff Gordon after the game. "Gordo, I d...
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How You Found Me - Internet Searches
2007-10-19 21:31:00
My friends in blogging at My Brain Says Rage, Stegosaurus and Rae Carruth's Trunk, have a semi-regular posting called "We Are Awful But You Are Worse", which is a round-up of some of the things people type into search engines to get to their site. It's high comedy and you should check it out in the link.Their idea made me want to hit up my own Google Analytics and see how some of you are winding up here. So, in short, this wasn't my idea, it was MBSR's, and I'm just going to go ahead and steal borrow it for today.Anyway, let's get on with it. These are real keywords or phrases people like you typed into a search engine to find DOTD. And you obviously have an interest in Judaism, Erin Andrews and porn - but not necessarily in that order.- Grady Sizemore, big girls are easy to please- Grady Sizemore cock- Why is Placido Polanco's head misshaped- Jay Cutler jewish- Troy Tulowitzki jewish- Tony LaRussa jewish- Where to meet hot jewish guys- Is Erin Andrews of espn jewish- Does Er...
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Week 7 NFL Fantasy Flops
2007-10-19 16:44:00
Week 7 of the NFL season is upon us, so let's take some time to look at potential flops on your fantasy team.QB Ben Roethlisberger: The good news for Big Ben is that he gets his top two receivers, Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes, back after brief absences. The bad news is, the Steelers are playing at Denver and their two Pro Bowl cornerbacks, Dre Bly and Champ Bailey. Together, they have helped the Broncos become the number one pass defense in the NFL, allowing only 145 pass yards per game.QB Brian Griese: Griese has put up some decent numbers while replacing Rex Grossman for the Bears, but playing in Philadelphia may change that. The Eagles have the 9th ranked pass defense in the NFL, and though safety Brian Dawkins is questionable for this game, expect Philly to come with their usual array of blitzes to try and confuse Griese.RB Edgerrin James: The Edge has been a pleasant surprise to fantasy owners after having a down year in 2006. New coach Ken Whisenhunt has made getting James ...
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You Gotta Love High School Sports Pranks!
2007-10-18 18:00:00
Pranks are fun, aren't they? People from one rival high school coming up with a master plan to have some fun at the other school's expense, and vice versa.Well, it's all fun and games until someone slaughters a deer. According to Austin, Texas news outlet KVUE, a high school prank got some people a little miffed:"When fans of Blanco High School in the Hill Country held signs reading "Slaughter the Deer," they apparently weren't just flush with team spirit.The Comfort High School Deers volleyball team found a rotting, bloated carcass of a 90-pound doe in their bus before losing an important match Tuesday against Blanco.If the culprits impressed any fans, their cover-up probably didn't. One of the Comfort High parents, Brian Vaughan, is a law enforcement officer. He says he found a bloody trail leading from the bus to a nearby pickup."Ah, but that's not all. At a high school in Oklahoma, some kids thought of this comic endeavor - bring mercury to the football game! Hilarious!"Sn...
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Doctors Earning Their Keep In St. Louis
2007-10-17 18:07:00
Not long ago, I wrote an article wondering whether the Cardinals were hit with more injuries than any other team in the Major Leagues. It was debatable, but if they weren't hit with the most injuries, they were up there.After the baseball season ended, most Rams fans were pretty excited about the team. Nobody was predicting Super Bowl success, but 9 wins seemed like a very realistic goal, given the plethora of offensive talent and some improvements made on the defensive side of the ball. Six games, and six losses, later, it's needless to say that the only thing the Rams are battling for is the first overall draft pick. And at least one of the reasons is injuries.So, after a summer of watching the entire starting line-up, not to mention the two best pitchers on the Cardinals go down, seeing all of the Rams injuries is especially painful.Obviously, the game of football lends itself to players getting hurt, but no team in the NFL has seen it's starting quarterback, running back and ...
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Message Board Marauder
2007-10-16 15:33:00
Time for our weekly look at some of the most intelligent and thought-provoking musings on sports internet message boards. Because isn't that where all intelligent sports fans go to discuss things? - NFL General: "Giants are superbowl bound. Now all the critics can eat their will be the Giants vs Patriots in superbowl XLII...........last night the Giants toyed around with the Falcons if they really wanted to concentrate it could have been 63-0......." - schumy_1982Jets Insider: "This team doesn't want to win. They all seem to be more interested in keeping their pal Chad around. If Chad was a prick or just less likable he would have been given the hook. These players need to take the blinders off..they're defending a player that is impossible to defend right now." - NCAA Football: "Are there any Rational Fans on here?" - - MLB General: "So F'in lucky its stupid. Byrnes is right, the Rockies are up 3-0 largely becaus...
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Link My Balls
2007-10-15 22:35:00
The best of the Monday sports blogs, including Rachel Hunter.- The top performers of the week in football, with an erotic twist. (More Credible)- National Anthem? Fox cares little about some stinking National Anthem! They have reporting to do! (Home Run Derby)- The votes are in for the Negro Coach and QB poll. Your new nuber one? The Oregon Ducks and Mr. Dennis Dixon. (Nation of Islam Sports Blog)- The Big 10 sucks, and so does that fag Harry Potter, but Rupert and Stan compare it to characters from said book and remarkably make it interesting. (Ghosts of Wayne Fontes)- It's getting a lot better to be a bull these days. Not the kind from Chicago. The kind who get stabbed by men in tights. (Epic Carnival)- Dusty Baker is back. So how should Cincinnati fans prepare? (Bugs & Cranks)- As I've said on many occasions, Art Monk belongs in the Hall of Fame. (My Brain Says Rage)- Looking at how the NFL's 2007 first round draft picks are faring so far this season. (End Zone Buzz
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Former NFL Coaches Now On College Sidelines
2007-10-15 18:36:00
When NFL franchises pluck a head coach from the college ranks, it has been a practice that has seen mixed results. Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer won Super Bowls. Steve Spurrier? Not so much. Let's take a look and see how some coaches who went from college to the NFL and back to college again are faring in their second go 'round.- Butch Davis, North Carolina: Davis was a successful coach at the University of Miami, going 49-24 before getting hired by the Cleveland Browns. In four seasons there, Davis managed to take the team to one playoff appearance before resigning in the middle of the 2004 season. He has gone on to North Carolina and has compiled a 2-5 record in his first season.- Nick Saban, Alabama: After guiding LSU to the national championship, Saban went to Miami, going 15-17 before famously leaving for Alabama. The Crimson Tide are 5-2 in his initial season.- Rich Brooks, Kentucky: Brooks was head coach of the St. Louis Rams for two seasons, in 1995 and 1996, going 13-19...
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Watch Out In The Future
2007-10-12 16:57:00
Ahh, youth and good parenting.
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Mysteries Needing Answers
2007-10-11 17:57:00
Some questions have befuddled me lately in the world of sports. If you have answers to these, please, let me know.- A betting scandal in tennis? Who the hell bets on tennis?- When did Kentucky, Illinois, Kansas and Cincinnati become football schools?- At what point in time did Nebraska football stop being Nebraska football?- I don't dislike the guy, but is anyone else starting to be a wee bit annoyed by Tony Romo (or to put it better, the media's fascination with him)? Seriously, what has he done yet? - Evander Holyfield is still fighting? Why?- For that matter, why is Trent Green even considering playing football again?- If Colorado can sell out their playoff games, why can't Arizona?- Anyone else get the feeling Matt Leinart might become a bust sometime down the road?- The Knicks signed Allan Houston? Seriously?- How long until Jazz coach Jerry Sloan pummels Andrei Kirilenko?- When will this stupid post end? Oh, right now. Good.
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God Bought A Soccer Team
2007-10-10 16:44:00
Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, ya' know. At least that's what every soccer fan in the U.S. will tell anyone who claims it's not exactly the most thrilling thing to sit through.But now, soccer supporters have some more ammunition to back them up: God bought an Italian soccer team ... okay, that's not entirely true. The Vatican bought it. Here is what is said by the English paper, The Telegraph:"The Vatican has pledged to clean up Italian football after buying its own club ... The Italian Bishop's Conference now has a controlling stake in AC Ancona, currently top of Italy's third division, after the money was provided by a group of Roman Catholic businessmen."Why do this? To help the world, and use the team to promote Catholicism. The squad they bought, AC Ancona, has gotten into a bit of trouble lately. Seems as if the former team president was jailed for accounting fraud, and there was a major game-fixing scandal happening. Rest assured, the Vatican will have n...
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Ca$h Money
2007-10-10 16:38:00
I have been commissioned to write a football blog, so do yourselves (and me) a favor and check it out. It's called End Zone Buzz, and it's all football, all the time. And I know you people like football, so read it. I'll be making my first post there later today. Oh, and be sure to add it to your blogroll. Your readers will thank you in ways I cannot describe.
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Message Board Marauder
2007-10-09 16:09:00
Our weekly look at the musings taking place on sports internet message boards, including a Yankees curse, the South, Matt Millen, and Kyle Boller vs. Tony Romo .- BroncosFreak: "TRADE CHAMP. Corners are too replaceable in this league to have so much stock in a single one. Currently, Champ is just passing his peak when it comes to trade value, and the Broncos have the wrong formula right now." - SwingBringsPain- - New York Yankees : "Curse is alive and well in NY. What we are seeing today is a direct result of the Red Sox reversing the curse on the Yankees in '04, and since that date the Yanks have gotten worse ... The reason for this is plain and simple. The curse has been reversed and the Yankees, inexorably, cannot keep themselves from failing no matter how "great" they are." - daedalo- FinHeaven: "Mike Greenberg reminds me of the little punk on the playground who won't stop talking about the stupidest things. Then, after you beat the tar out of him, he gets right back up...
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Who Wins First - The Dolphins, Saints Or Rams?
2007-10-08 15:58:00
The St. Louis Rams lost 34-31 to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, and their record now stands at 0-5. They are one of three NFL teams yet to achieve a victory, along with the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints .The team is full of injured players. QB Marc Bulger, WR Isaac Bruce, RB Steven Jackson, SS Corey Chavous and CB Tye Hill - all starters - were out against the Cardinals. Not to mention two starters on the offensive line, OG Mark Setterstrom and OT Orlando Pace, are gone for the season.Here's how St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bernie Miklasz put it in his column:"At some point, you just run out of things to say. Oh, I suppose I can work up a lather and fake some outrage and rip coach Scott Linehan and the Rams again. But near the end of the team's 34-31 loss to Arizona on Sunday afternoon at The Ed, I turned to my buddy Bryan Burwell and confessed: I don't know what to write about this anymore. I'm low on words, short on anger. It's just a bad team."Down in New Orleans,...
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High School Sports - The Bastion Of Innocence?
2007-10-05 15:34:00
You'll often hear people complain about the state of professional and college sports, citing the Mike Vick's, Bill Belichick's and Barry Bonds' of the world. These individuals proclaim with vigor that the only pure athletic endeavors take place on the fields of local high schools.Obviously, that's a load of bullshit:- Nothing like a little recruiting scandal to get us going. The Sacramento Bee recently had a story about a coach in Stockton, California named Tom Verner, and his desperation to win. Seems he went all the way to the American Samoa islands (which are closer to Australia than the U.S.) to pay for players and their families to come to the U.S. and play football for him:"Tom Verner face allegations of luring at least 10 players from American Samoa to block and tackle and win football games. (The governing body) has asserted Franklin coaches arranged airfare for the American Samoa teens and their parents, who were then put up in Stockton hotels just long enough to estab...
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Reaction To Jocketty Firing - Not So Positive
2007-10-04 16:05:00
St. Louis Cardinals fans were stunned yesterday to learn than general manager Walt Jock etty had been fired by Ebeneezer Scrooge's cousin, owner Bill DeWitt.And suffice it to say, the reaction has not been a positive one. The only person in St. Louis who is happy about this is Scott Linehan, who suddenly became the second-least popular figure in the city's sports landscape.While the reaction by fans has been cold, so too has it been from media types. The general consensus seems to be: "Huh?"- Stan McNeal, Sporting News: "When I mentioned the firing of Cardinals GM Walt Jocketty to a couple of execs before Wednesday's Diamondbacks-Cubs game, their first reaction was: 'I guess that means Tony La Russa is gone.' Their second reaction: 'What the ... are the Cardinals doing?'Good question. Apparently, ownership is tired of dealing with the friction between Jocketty and those in the front office who run the amateur draft and minor leagues and is prepared to embark on a new era. Afte...
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This Headline Is Better Than Yours
2007-10-03 15:47:00
If there's one thing that American journalsim needs more of, it's copy editors who can write a straightforward headline. Every day you can be assured of opening your paper, noticing a headline and cringing at the thought that someone believed it was clever.The sports pages are not devoid of these headlines. A look at the best of the worst.- "Cards can only prosper if DeWitt opens DeWallet"- "Jamie's achy but not braky"- "Will he be A-Lightening-Rod?"- "Perhaps it's always Darko before the dawn for new Grizzly"- "Right man for job? Sir-tainly"- "Griese-ing the skids"- "Fans' beer woes may be brewing"- "C.C. won't be E-Z task"- "Sack-rificial man"- "Madison Err Garden"
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Link My Balls
2007-10-02 20:47:00
The best of the Tuesday sports blogs, including Brittany Daniel .- A New York Mets bear has sacrificed himself amidst his anguish. Good speed, Mr. Bear. (Home Run Derby)- JD loves watching men ride cows. (Six Pack Sports Report)- Notre Dame is still bringing in recruits, to the disdain of NOIS, especially considering how they treated Brother Willingham! (Nation of Islam Sports Blog)- The Packers have a guy whose first name is Atari. Awesome. (I Dislike Your Favorite Team)- If you're a current NFL running back, you're probably hurt. (Ghosts of Wayne Fontes)- The dogs Mike Vick tortured are getting families to live with ... well, most of 'em. (100% Injury Rate)- Yeah, if you call yourself a satirical blog, please - try and be funny. 'Cause this aint. Calling Jason Sehorn, "Jason Burnhorn"? There are plenty of ways to rip that joke of a football team that resides here, so please, give a better effort next time. Unless your whole blog is that unfunny. Then you should just stop. (The ...
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Message Board Marauder
2007-10-02 16:32:00
It's time for our weekly look at the latest intellectual debates taking place on sports message boards.ChargersTalk: "The Official Sympathy for Norv Turner and the Chargers Thread. Guys, lets cut this guy some slack please. Give him another chance. Afterall, it takes more than a head coach to lose a game ... Lets hang in there and stop calling for our GM's head too because, he really try to do the best he could given the situation ... I wouldnt mind Norv pulling a motivational stunt and actually flying Marty in to give the players a speech. Hang in there guys, we still have a long way to go. Go BOLTS!" - - MLB General: "Everybody knows the Cubs were the best team in 2003. If not for that idiot Steve Bartman we would have made the World Series and easily won it all." - ?Fire Andy Reid! His act and excuses are getting very tiresome.Reid had his chance and the window is closed.After this year a new coach can begin a new era with a n...
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