All-Star blogger and All-Pro football player, Chris Cooley showed his junk and Playing the Field captured the original photos. Some were worried about his showing of the Redskins’ playbook, but his subtle displayig of his package was the only real part of the photo. The playbook page was a fake.
Ed Hachuli blew a controversial call in the Chargers/Broncos game, which the Bronco eventually won. Sports by Brooks is calling-out Ed “Guns” Hachuli for blowing the call, that was a fumble, but ruled an incomplete pass on the field. Norv Turned showed a little backbone and was pissed off after the game. The Broncos showed cajones by going for it all on a list minute 2 point conversion. 39-28 Broncos, was the final. Cutler and Rivers showed the league that they’re becoming the class of the league for those QB’s not named Peyton or Tom.
Fantasy owners are feeling the effects of the Brady injury. Last year, Brady sent NFL records like they were going out of style, and won fantasy owners who drafted him, 50% of their leagues. SportsBuff.com is totaling that there are $500 million dollars on the line in fantasy pools this year. This year, he was projected to win 30% of the fantasy pools, by owners who drafted him. That means $150 million dollars changed hands as a result of his busted knee. I didn’t draft him, but I know guys who did. They are fired-up, but we recommended drafting Jay Cutler as your back-up. If you followed our advice, you’re good.
For the gamblers, Vegas also stared the season with the Pats having the best odds to win the Super Bowl, at 7:2. Now the Sports Line at the Wynne Hotel has changed the Pats to 10:1 to win the big game. The Steelers, Chargers and Cowboys now have better odds to win the Super Bowl, while the Colts are also 10:1.
We recommend drafting Jay Cutler in your Fantasy Football Leagues. Last year the guy threw for 20 TDs, 14 Interceptions with an 88.1 QB Rating. And that was he had lost 30 lbs, lacked extra heat on his throws, and dealt with intense hunger and fatigue.
After going through a series of tests in the off-season, he was dianogsed with Type 1 diabetes, a disease that affects 1 million Americans. Now he’s shooting himself up with insulin and can control his blood sugar levels with more regularity.
He was on the Dan Patrick radio show last week and spoke with candor and maturity about his treatable condition. Jay on the Dan Patrick show (fastforward to the 2/3 mark)
This is Jay’s final throw as a Commodore in 2005. Earl Bennett, who was a 3rd round pick by the Bears in the ’08 draft caught his TD and the ‘Dores sent the entire town of Knoxville home crying after that game. Vandy won 28-24 and it was the team’s first victory at UT’s stadium since 1982.