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Old 12-03-2008, 03:28 PM   #1
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01. New York Giants [11-1]: Wide receiver celebrates his team’s decisive win over a division rival by shooting himself in the leg. Only in the Big Apple, baby! [NC]

02. Tennessee Titans [11-1]: Has any 11-1 team ever gotten so little respect? [NC]

03. Pittsburgh Steelers [9-3]: The Steelers appear to be peaking at the right time. This is not the team you want to play in January. [+1]

04. Tampa Bay Buccaneers [9-3]: Their season may ride on the next two weeks, with road games at divison rivals Carolina and Atlanta. [+1]

05. Carolina Panthers [9-3]: They’re the top wild card team right now, but they’ll have to earn their way into the playoffs with games against Tampa Bay, and road matchups against the Giants and Saints left on their schedule. [+1]
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I believe you are right on the Lions. Congress should really consider that before acting on any bailout.
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Old 12-03-2008, 04:16 PM   #3
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"No child left behind replaced by one touchdown per week policy." As painful as it is for me to admit...that's hilarious.
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10 point average the last four games is not going to get it done at this part of the season.

Excellent writeup which continues to crack me up.

Line on the Beagles about inconsistency was dead-on. Hope we play them when they're in the down part of their cycle.
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Norv ruins another team, another season21. Houston Texans [5-7]: No NFL team has ever won 5 games in a season with a quarterback named Sage. [+4]

22. San Diego Chargers [4-8]: I’ve never seen an NFL team with this much talent fail so completely…since that 8-8 team Norv coached in Washington 8 years ago. [NC]

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"No child left behind replaced by one touchdown per week policy." As painful as it is for me to admit...that's hilarious.
Yeah, we really raise the bar here.
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I believe you are right on the Lions. Congress should really consider that before acting on any bailout.

I hope the entire sports world starts dropping admission prices. Not just to raise the Lions attendance level and profit but certainly here in in DC ( Highest ticket in the league)

Maybe the Lions should start doing what I expect the terrible Orioles to start doing maybe once a month let a fan pitch a game.

At least the Lions got rid of MMillen we still have crazy eye Cerrato.
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