Posts Tagged ‘NFL’

Celebs join T.O. for birthday bash

December 4, 2007

Terrell Owens celebrated his birthday a few days early, joined by his mother, teammates and several celebrities. The bash doubled as a charity event, with funds from it going to the Catch a Dream Foundation, which is designed to help 81 needy families in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Owens arrived at the event with actor/singer Jamie Foxx, who is from Terrell and a big Cowboys fan. Among the Cowboys in attendance were Tony Romo, Jason Witten and DeMarcus Ware. Romo, who has been linked recently to singer/actress Jessica Simpson, came alone. Other celebrities on hand included actresses Kenya Moore and Elise Neal, and singer Michelle Williams. Tennis star Serena Williams and former Cowboys receiver and Hall of Famer Michael Irvin also showed up.


NFL Today: Packers/Lions, Jets/Cowboys, Colts/Falcons

November 22, 2007

Couple cool games today… tune in (now on Fox for Detroit/Green Bay) and later this afternoon on CBS to see the good games, Colts/Falcons tonight on NFL Network (if anyone cares) …Also, there is no more turkey leg award. It has been replaced by an ugly stupid turkey award. Worst news of the day.

Week 10 Recap

November 12, 2007

Packers 34, Vikings 0
After yet another stellar day in the pocket, Brett Favre’s new magic number is 158. That’s the amount of yards passing the legendary Packers quarterback has to average over the next seven games if he is to break Dan Marino’s career passing yardage record. For the Packers defense, the magic number was 0, which was the first one Green Bay ever put up against its long-time rivals.

The rest of the games below…

NFL Week 9 Wrap Up

November 5, 2007

Quantum Critics

Week #9 of the NFL season is in the books. The New England Cheaters and Indianapolis Colts played what many considered to be the greatest regular season game in NFL history. The Green Bay Packers looked very impressive again this week as they pounded the Kansas City Chiefs. The Minnesota Vikings looked really good with their running game shredding the San Diego Chargers. Adrian Peterson set an NFL record by rushing for 296 yards in the game.
The greatest regular season game in NFL history looked like just another game. The defenses dominated for much of the game as the offenses were out of sync. Indy kicked more field goals than I wanted to see in this game. Both QB’s threw 2 interceptions a piece. Manning’s fumble at the end of the game sealed it. The Colts have nothing positive to take from this ugly loss except Marvin Harrison did not play. The Patriots have a very easy schedule remaining after their bye week and could go for an undefeated, 16-0 season if they wanted to.

Other impressive winners Sunday included the Lions, Redskins, Cowboys, and Saints. The Lions torched the overrated Dre Bly, similar to what Green Bay did to him last week. This game was over early! The Redskins played an ugly game but got the win against Jets in overtime. Dallas crushed Philadelphia. T.O. had some shenanigans going during the game … does anybody care? Dallas is still 2nd tier to Indy and the the Cheaters in New England. The Saints appear to have found their stride as their offense went to town on a very stout Jaguar’s defense.


109 Yeard Field Goal Return (Longest Play In NFL History)

November 5, 2007


Sunday Roundup

October 29, 2007

Patriots 52, Redskins 7
After back-to-back games that netted a combined 101 points, it’s no surprise the Patriots have now scored 331 points through the first eight games, the best scoring output in NFL history (by one point, over the 2000 Rams).

Giants 13, Dolphins 10