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AAAAAAAAAAAAAahhhh! Matt Millen Returns!

Posted by tdepp on January 3, 2009

Apparently NBC wants to stink as bad as the Detroit Lions.  They are using former Lions GM Matt Millen–who drove the franchise into the ground–as an analyst tonight on Football Night in America. 


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The Bad Karma of Brett Favre

Posted by tdepp on December 29, 2008

I’m guessing Buddha was not a football fan.  He strikes me as more of a soccer kind of guy.

And while I’m not sure I buy into the whole “your karma is forever” school of thought like some Buddhists, I do think there’s some practical truth to what I’ll call “transactional karma.”  In other words, our actions have intended or at least understandable consequences.

Which roundaboutly gets us to Number 4, Brett Favre, late of the New York Jets.

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Call Me Crazy, But Tyler Thigpen Is My Main Man!

Posted by tdepp on December 28, 2008

Kansas City Chiefs QB Tyler Thigpen may or may not be the Chiefs’ long-term answer at quarterback.  But from a fantasy football aspect, he’s been a great find.

Since he can run and throw, his fantasy numbers are almost always excellent.  When I haven’t started him this season, I’ve regretted it.

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