As for Koren Robinson, let me just say that I had the misfortune to see him as a Seahawk, and I don't think he ever had a great moment. His consistently dropping the ball was irritating enough, but it was when he first got arrested in the Seattle area that coach Holmgren, or someone in management, finally got fed up.
What's more, I had to show my girlfriend how to drop him from her fantasy football roster.
I like Green Bay, too, but maybe they should consider a football made to look like a 40-ouncer. Ever see Koren drop a beer?
IneedBoutTREEFIDDY wrote:College and pro, 2 different things, look at players like Eric Crouch, Kris Wenkie, and Danny Warfuell(no idea how to spell his name)
Danny Wuerffel (I think...)
Well, Koren now has some time to do whatever the f**k he wants, since Green Bay has given him his year's suspension. Problem solved...for now.
On a different note, there will be a Game 7 in the NLCS. Mets won Game 6, 4-2. Who do you think will come out on top tomorrow? I'm hoping it's St. Louis; so far, I'm half-right in my World Series picking!
Y'never know, swellman7; with that new tackle they got earlier in the first round, this might just be a big step in the right direction.
And congrats to the Cavaliers, sweeping the Wizards yesterday in b-ball yesterday!
I'm happy my Ravens picked up Ben Grubbs at guard. We need some help there for the future. It looked like Joe Staley was gonna fall to us, but then San Fran came in and picked him up. That guy Yamon Figurs is like Ted Ginn except he went to a smaller school so he doesn't get as much notoriety. And I was very happy they got Troy Smith with the last pick in the 5th round! He was a 1st-2nd round pick before the championship game.
PM me for my AIM SN. Lurkers are a bitch.
Loved it when Jimmy Kimmel impersonated Karl Malone "of the Utar Jazz."
Frickin' Red Wings! I was so hoping the Sharks would tie up the series today. Next stop: the Anaheim Ducks.
They might not be "Mighty" anymore, but obviously, no one's told the players that! Go Ducks!!
As for the East match-up, Ottawa and Buffalo...I really don't know who I'd rather see win it.
On a sad note, former Green Bay Packers receiver Max McGee died today. He fell off his roof while cleaning his gutters. Damn.
McGee was the first player to catch a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl, a feat that has never been repeated (Futurama reference).
Those of us too young to remember McGee as a player knew him well as a commentator on the Packers Radio Network; a position he retired from when the Packers won Super Bowl 31.
So have a drink on Max McGee!
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