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Mike Vick Is Much Watch TV Again, Eagles vs. Texans on NFL Network Tonight


Terrell Owens & Chad Ochocinco Speak On Donovan McNabb Getting Benched

Randy Moss Waived??? Farve Must Be Going Crazy!

After Moss let the Vikings Coaching staff know he wasn’t happy with how they did business I guess they didn’t have any choice… the waived Moss today according to published accounts.

My Milwaukee Bucks

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I really love “The Association”, and I will get more in depth when I can get my thoughts together with the loss of my buddy at home, but here it is short and sweet…and this is the guy that was one game off from hitting last year with my prediction.

The Milwaukee Bucks will be:49-33 winners of the Central Division title.

There it is from someone that has a clue, RIP Lucky Dog you will be missed.

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Vick Named NFL NFC Offensive Player Of The Month

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Vick earned the offensive honor for connecting on 54-of-89 throws for 750 yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions. His 110.2 passer rating is the best in the NFC. The signal-caller took over for an injured Kevin Kolb midway through the season-opening loss to Green Bay, then led the Eagles to a win over Detroit the following week while Kolb sat out with a concussion.

After being named the starter in somewhat controversial fashion, Vick passed for 291 yards and three scores and rushed for another in a 28-3 victory at Jacksonville in Week 3. It was his first career Player of the Month Award.

ESPN’s Doug Gottlieb vs. Jim Mora Go At It Over Mike Vick’s Success

Ex-Atlanta Falcons head coach Jim Mora takes offense to Doug Gottlieb’s questions regarding Mike Vick.

A Bird In The Hand vs One In The (Reggie) Bush!

So let me get this straight, Reggie Bush won the 2005 Heisman Award Trophy as the best collegiate football player in the country for that year if I remember correctly…that is what I remember happening from the great runs all over the land. So because Reggie allegedly took a few dollars from someone who was not exactly on the up and up at that time that makes all of the games he played in forfeits and effectively he was an ineligible player, I understand and respect rules and realize that there has to be consequences for actions that are giving someone or somebody a competitive advantage, but riddle me this Batman…Did Bush play any harder or better with these alleged payments you tell me if he did? Look when it comes to college big time sports (D1 Football & Hoops) I really have found that I’m morally bankrupt…I just cannot pretend to be on this high and mighty horse and high ground of, “don’t take the money, don’t take the benefits, hey Reggie lets go to the USC Bookstore and see how many of your #5 jerseys sell today at 75-90 bucks a pop and you get nothing but that great education and room and board!”
I am jaded enough in living life in the real world that everybody has their hand out and these “assets” on these campuses generate a lot of revenue and give these “Mecca’s” of higher learning and opportunity at getting their message through the sports programs. I say do everything the right way the best you can but if you can get what you can get…don’t get caught and make peace with your higher being after the fact.

So USC gave back the Duplicate award and took anything that represented Bush at USC out of their achieves…that is ok, but if you want to impress me give back the money you made off of Bush in 2005, that will tell me that it is not just one big fat dump on the guy and passing the buck by the university.

Like I said a few birds in the hand are more than one in the BUSH!

Steve Haywood
On-air Host
“The Game”

Don’t Call It A Comeback, Mike Vick II

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I didn’t see it happening this fast and as an Eagles fan, I wanted to see if K2 aka Kevin Kolb had the skills to play. Coach Andy Reid said forget that and changed his mind (as I have) to pick Mike Vick as his new starting quarterback.

The internet is on FIRE and talk radio is CRAZY chatting about this move. Can Mike Vick really morph into a pocket qb or did he just tease us? Is he going to be the player everyone wanted him to be or will he go back to running first?

Just win money.

Broncos WR Kenny McKinley Found Dead At Home

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley was found dead in his apartment Monday in an apparent suicide.

Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said authorities were called to McKinley’s apartment in Centennial at 3:35 p.m. local time and found his body in the second-floor master bedroom. He said detectives believe McKinley, 23, was killed by a self-inflicted gunshot wound.


Robinson said authorities were called by a female friend of McKinley’s who discovered the body after returning from an errand with his child. The sheriff declined to say if authorities found a suicide note.

“It’s still part of our investigation and probably nothing we’ll talk about right now,” he said.

McKinley’s death is the latest in a series for tragedies for the Broncos in recent years. Cornerback Darrent Williams was slain in a drive-by shooting on New Year’s Day 2007 and three months later backup running back Damien Nash collapsed and died after a charity basketball game in St. Louis.

“Everyone with the Broncos is shocked and saddened by the loss of Kenny McKinley,” team owner Pat Bowlen said in a statement. “He was part of the Broncos’ family and will be greatly missed by our organization. My most heartfelt condolences go out to Kenny’s family and friends.”

The Broncos said coach Josh McDaniels would meet with the media on Tuesday.

In a statement, McDaniels said: “Kenny had a promising future on the football field, but more importantly, he was a great teammate whose smile and personality could light up the room. This is a tragic loss for our football team, and his family is in all of our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.”

McKinley was a second-year pro who was on the team’s injured reserve list with a knee injury. He played in eight games as a rookie in 2009 with seven kick returns for 158 yards before going on injured reserve with a knee injury on Dec. 29.

He recovered and participated in the team’s offseason workouts but got hurt again during the first week of training camp and was placed on IR with a knee injury on Aug. 5.

Complete story here.

Reggie Bush Gives Back Heismann… Who Cares?

IMO… who cares? He’s getting more coverage of what he did at USC than in New Orleans. You know why? He’s been a bust in the NFL. That’s all anyone should care about right? If he’d just ball, they’d leave him alone.