Let’s Be Honest…

24 Jan

Our unfiltered thoughts on the past week in sports.

Evander Holyfield had NO business back in the boxing ring this week.

The free midseason preview of the NBA League Pass is a waste when you get matchups like Suns/Wizards, Pistons/Nets, and Raptors/Magic.

Kevin Durant just keeps getting better and better.

Have you caught Eric Mangini making his rounds on the sports shows? He needs a coaching job.

Is Pam Oliver going through some things?  There has to be some explanation for her appearance of late.

Da Bears may have cursed themselves by playing Soulja Boy. We get that it’s Soldier Field but “C’mon Son!” YOUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!

Jay Cutler wasn’t having a great game but Bears fans certainly had to prefer him over Todd Collins.

I doubt the Bears knew Caleb Hanie had that in him, he should be great motivation for Cutler next season.

Although Cutler may want to join witness protection to get out of Chicago. Clean your locker and depart ASAP!

Aaron Rodgers is one win away from tying Brett Favre for Green Bay Super Bowl wins.

BJ Raji’s endzone dance was way more jiggle than I needed in my life.

Were you able to stick with the Jets/Steelers game the whole way through or did you change the channel?

There were more injuries in Jets/Steelers game than the Packers/Bears but most of the players came back in at some time.

The Jets’ defense acted like Rashard Mendenhall was Jim Brown. Can you not stop that dude?!

We all question Rex Ryan’s play calling now.

Did it seem like you were watching the last NFL games before the Super Bowl? They did not appear to be conference championship worthy.

1 Comment

Posted by on January 24, 2011 in Alba, Basketball, Boxing, Football, NBA, NFL, Robin


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One response to “Let’s Be Honest…

  1. Toye

    January 24, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Ok, the endzone dance was a bit hmm, shall I say “Sunshine the exotic dancerish”. lol. I still say the Ravens/Steelers game was the closing game of the season. Both games this week lacked greatly. Just my nine cents.


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