Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, and Tim Tebow will all be a part of different teams next season.
or y’know, Sanchez and Tebow just don’t ever play football ever again.
I think that some sorry team with trouble selling tickets will def take a shot at Tebow because of the impact he can have at the box office.
The guy is on ESPN every day regardless of whether he plays or not.
It’s hard to put a price on that kinda publicity.
ESPECIALLY if you are a really bad team.
As for Sanchez, in my opinion he’s only good enough to start for the Raiders, Browns, Jags, Vikings, Chiefs, Cards, and Browns.
He would be a backup on ANY other team.
Maybe Rex Ryan can try organizing a bowling league after the Jets can his ass…
It’s all there for him!
Chicken wings, beer, profanity, and a group of overweight guys that are probably more competitive than “Sexy Rexy’s” Jets were this season.
Of course, I’ve never seen any toe sucking in any bowling alleys I’ve ever been to, but maybe Rex can buy one out and make his own rules…
And I’m sure they will show football games there.
Games featuring teams far closer to competing for a title than the J-E-T-S.
For those NFL teams looking for a foul mouthed, overweight, toe sucking head coach for next season…
Rex Ryan will soon be made available to you.
Nice guys finish last…
Alex Smith is 20-5-1 in his last 26 starts.
He ranks 1st in completion percentage, 5th in passer rating, and has thrown only 5 interceptions all season.
But all of that, and a 6-2-1 record that had the 49ers at the top of the NFC West division couldn’t protect Alex Smith’s job when the 8 year veteran had to depart a Week 10 showdown with the St. Louis Rams due to a concussion.
Colin Kaepernick took over for Smith in that game, and nobody was all that surprised when Kaepernick was called on to start the next game against the Bears. After all, the modern day NFL takes concussions very seriously and Michael Vick and Jason Cutler were also missing their starts a week after a concussion. And despite the fact that Kaepernick torched a Chicago Bears’ team that many believe to be a Super Bowl contender, many expected Alex Smith to be right back under center the next week.
But he wasn’t.
Despite a clean bill of health, and being activated to play in the following Sunday’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints, Colin Kaepernick once again got the nod to start.
The Niners once again won convincingly as a clearly dissapointed Alex Smith looked on from the sidelines, and many are wondering if Alex Smith will ever get his starting job back at all.
The truth is…Alex Smith did absolutely nothing to deserve losing his starting job. He had been a model of consistency the last two seasons, had the Niners ranked amongst the league’s elite teams and seemed to be doing everything that 2nd year head coach Jim Harbaugh wanted him to do at the quarterback position. But it was all unfairly taken from him due to an injury that he had no control over.
Colin Kaepernick is a terrific young kid. He is mobile, versatile, has a rocket for an arm, and effortlessly makes plays with his legs. He may very well be the future of the San Francisco 49ers.
But after 8 years, numerous head coaching and coordinator changes, and several different approaches to winning football games in a city in which Niner fans seemingly wanted him gone everyday prior to his 2011 ascension to prominence, Alex Smith deserved better.
Why is it that great teammates that keep their mouths shut and do what is asked of them always pay the price?
GOD BLESS YOU. YOU ARE LIKE AN ANGEL IN A RAIN STORM I DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS BUT THANK YOU.
Thank you very much.
I’m just a little tired of people trying to create stories and controversies that simply are NOT there.
Smith was hurt, Kaepernick did a great job, and Alex will be our starter next week.
That’s all there is to it.
Anyone that wants a QB controversy please see Jets or Eagles.
NFL WEEK 10 IN REVIEW: Patriots 37, Bills 31
Two words can be used to sum up this game…
481 total yards for the Bills, 347 for the Patriots.
So how did the Patriots emerge victorrious?
3 turnovers for the Bills, 0 for the Pats.
Tom Brady threw for 237 yards and 2 TD’s, Stevan Ridley ran for 98 yards and a TD, and both Woodhead and Gronkowski made TD receptions in the Patriots’ victory.
This game shows you two things about the Patriots:
- They have a knack for playing down to even the most average teams
- Defense is an option they continue to ignore completely
Despite those 2 things, the Patriots are 6-3, and they still have Brady and Bellichick so they are STILL contenders. ESPECIALLY in such a week AFC.
NFL WEEK 10 IN REVIEW: Vikings 34, Lions 24
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, Adrian Peterson is an MVP candidate.
And that was BEFORE he went BEAST MODE on the Detroit Lions to the tune of 171 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries.
Peterson now has 1,128 yards rushing on the season to lead the leagu only an offseason removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL.
I think it’s safe to say that no matter what, Peterson will be adding hardware to his shelf this season, even if it’s only the Comeback Player of the Year award.
Most importantly, the Minnesota Vikings are winning.
This victory gave the Vikes their 6th victory, already twice the amount of games tat they won in 2011.
NFL WEEK 10 IN REVIEW: Titans 37, Dolphins 3
The Titans only outgained the Dolphins by 38 yards.
But they outscored them by 34 points on the scoreboard.
Jake Locker only managed to complete 9 of 21 passes for 122 yards. But 2 of those 9 completions were for touchdowns.
And somehow, some way, Chris Johnson has rediscovered the ability to run between the tackles and hit the corners, because the man that CLAIMS he is faster than Usain Bolt racked up 126 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries, giving him his 5th consecutive game with at least 91 yards rushing, and his 6th in the team’s last 7 games.
And most importantly of all, 4 turnovers for the Dolphins, 0 for the Titans.
The Titans are now 4-6.
NFL WEEK 10 IN REVIEW: Bengals 31, Giants 13
This was bound to happen.
With the exception of easy victories over the Panthers, Niners, and Browns, the New York football Giants had been like a lit cigarette near a feul pump.
Ready to explode.
In fact, 4 of the Giants’ 6 victories had been by 7 points or less.
The Bengals’ D sacked Eli Manning 4 times, picked him off twice, and held him to only 215 passing yards despite 46 pass attempts. And Andy Dalton, despite only 199 passing yards, still completed 21 of 30 passes, 4 of which went for touchdowns.
Bottom line, in professional sports, when you turn the ball over 4 times as much as the opposition….YOU LOSE.
The Giants loss drops them to 6-4, and all of the sudden, the Cowgirls are on their asses for the division lead.
NFL WEEK 10 IN REVIEW: Colts 27, Jaguars 10
Why does the NFL INSIST on torturing us with these whack ass Thursday Night Football games?
Nothing like the now 1-8 Jaguars in primetime on a Thursday night. Right?
I am almost of the opinion that any team that allows the Jaguars to even score deserves a loss…
Andrew Luck threw for 227 yards and ran for 2 touchdowns to improve the Colts’ record on the season to 6-3.
The Indianapolis Colts, through only 9 games, have now already won 3 times as many games as they did in all of 2011.
I’d call that the Luck of the draw….
Does ANYBODY give a fuck about a primetime game containing the Jacksonville Jaguars?
Who on Earth schedules these whack ass Thursday Night Football games?
Undoubtedly the same person that is all alone in thinking that Cee-Lo Green’s atrocious remake of The Ramone’s “Blitzkrieg Bop” was a good idea….