10 Ring, is it's Welker's decision? Is it not also the League's choice. Everybody is familiar with the League, the $billion dreadnougt that keeps the grass growing and paychecks flowing.
Wes Welker has thrown his 5' 7" body around fearlessly around the League since 2000. At 175lbs in a 300lb league Welker has demanded the most of his body and his wits. Does size matter?
After 13 years in the League, he might consider retaining both intact.
10 Ring, this is also Paris Liberation Day as well as FEC's birthday. Age, a Jack Benny 39.
Nicc job on the High School and College Previews. I must admit last year's High School Preview (I so happen to have one close)with it's purposeful theme as an anchor and a bit larger font is better than the latest version.
I asked about the SEC Network after remembering an article where a Sports Illistrated writer checked into a hotel and watched the first twenty-four hours of the then brand new ESPN. Can't remember a doggone thing about it now other than theee wasn't much happening.
I saw where #1 came out #1. I thought he would be up there, but not there. We're excited to see Harrison on Friday Night, but I forsee a bittersweet countdown to the end of the season.
The a drive by on this busy day. How about Johnny Rotten?
10 Ring, what's you take on the SEC Network so far? I happened upon their afternoon drive time call in show. The host is a Square, I mean Cubic.
I thought you might say that way. I don't think we're too far away from the days where quarter back parts will be melded and cloned from the common Play Station device.
10 Ring, I done told you before the draft that the Raiders should steer clear of Manziel for reasons demonstrated since Johnny Finger's arrival in the league. Actually, it was the memorabilia autographing that originally tipped me off to Manzeil's menacing arrogance and stellar stupidly. What we have here is a kid who's a cross between Kenny Stabler wildness and Jeff George's flakiness.
Prediction: Rocks and shoals ahead as the Browns get shelled all year long.
On the College game as a whole, initially we'll see "The Gun Fight at the OK Corral." It's pretty clear who is who in that one followed by heaping helping of "To Have and Have Not."
Weekend Winner: Depending on what you call a weekend, Thursday and Friday Signal Mountain's Jake Teeter, a year older and a year better, brings back the vertical game back to Space Mountain High.
Jim and Gaylord Perry, Phil and Joe Niekro, Dizzy and Daffy Dean. Lloyd "Little Poison" Warner and Paul "Big Poison" Warner.
"America's Free Agent," Albert Haynesworth, kicking center Titans Center Justin Hartwig in the chest during practice. More, per Wiki...
"On October 1, 2006 in the third quarter of a game against the Cowboys, running back Julius Jones scored on a rushing play. Center Andre Gurode fell to the ground, and his helmet was removed by Haynesworth. Haynesworth tried to stomp on Gurode's head, but missed. A second stomp opened a severe wound on Gurode's forehead, narrowly missing his right eye. The referee assessed Haynesworth with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, to which Haynesworth protested by taking off his helmet and throwing it into the turf; Haynesworth was then assessed an additional 15-yard penalty and ejected. Gurode later received 30 stitches just above and below his right eye."
Criminal 'Roid' Rage?
Yes, 10 Ring, Lauren Becall was a great one. If forced to choose, I'd say "To Have and Have Not." Book by Hemmingway shredded by William Faulkner to make the screen play.
Good news for the PGA, there is life after Tiger, and it's not just Rory. He has also has a dynamic group of young players chasing him down, along a vet or two like Phil who decide this is their weekend.
Mr. Woods meet Mr. Miyagi. He's here to get your mind right. As for the swing, swallow the bile and the pride and go back to Hank Haney.
The Ramones vehicle, "Rock, Rock, Rock, Rock-n-High School.