So last night I went to my first Bobcats game to see what all the fuss, or lack thereof, was this season. A few words came to mind as I watched the Bobcats taking on the Bulls: lackluster, uninspired and pathetic. So here is my recap of one of the worst basketball games I have ever seen.
The Super Bowl is over and we are all back to work and on our normal schedule. If your day was anything like mine you were completely spent at work got home and couldn’t wait to get into bed. So why not have Super Bowl Monday off? It should be a national holiday.
The Super Bowl has been broken down for two weeks straight right now, but I would be beside myself if I didn’t throw my two cents in, again. Besides, football season is almost over, and then what am I going to write about, the Bobcats? So here is my position-by-position break down of what I am calling the “g-match.”
The Super Bowl is getting closer and closer. One of the biggest questions every year is where and how to watch the big game. Choose right, and the Super Bowl can be one of the highlights of the early year. Choose wrong, and you could be regretting your decision for weeks. So how do we know where to watch it? Good thing I am here to help.
It’s hard to turn on the TV nowadays and not hear Tom Brady, Eli Manning or Peyton Manning being compared to each other. Is Brady the greatest of all time? Has Eli moved into the elite quarterback status? Is this the end for Peyton, or does he have a few more years in the tank?
The final two games before the Super Bowl are here, and we have great matchups heading into Sunday. Come Monday morning we will be hit with a media blitz of every storyline imaginable for two weeks. With four teams left, what are all the scenarios that we could see play out?
If you are anything like me it was hard to watch the Wildcard Weekend games and not think about what it would be like if the Panthers were in there. I thought about great Panther runs in the playoffs like in 2003 and 2005. I also thought about the heartache that the playoffs can bring teams, like the Panthers pathetic 2008 performance. I couldn’t help but look forward to next year and think about what the future could hold for the Panthers.
Yesterday I previewed the Saturday games and ways to make a few extra peanuts in 2012. Today we are going to look at the Sunday games, some player props I like, and odds for teams to win the Super Bowl. So without further ado, let’s get to it.
Christmas is over, and now the New Year is upon us, as are the NFL playoffs. We have waited all season for this, and now we can finally see who makes the march towards Indianapolis. With Carolina not making the playoffs this year, some of you may be longing for a little extra incentive to put on a few teams. If you are feeling in a gambling mood and want to win a few, let’s say, “peanuts,” here is the guide for the games this weekend.
2011 is coming to an end, and so is the NFL regular season. Next week the playoffs will be upon us, and there are lots of scenarios of who will be in and who will be out. So, being the good Samaritan that I am, I will break down all the different possibilities of who can get in and who will be watching from home in 2012.