Who should I start tomorrow, Stafford or Flacco?
ps that audio post is Jordan Shipley singing to Colt McCoy at his wedding.
It can be watched here. Enjoy :3
When I grow up I wanna be just like Colt McCoy.
I am cutting it close with my picks this week!! But here they are!
Hey guys, I have been so busy with college and my internship. I promise you that I will update often now!
Here are my Week 1 picks (I forgot to do these so last Wednesday, before Thursday)
Okay, let’s see what happens!!!
Yep. That was supposed to have a strikethrough in it. (Hey, hubby…if you saw that…I wouldn’t really leave you for Joe Flacco…) *blush*
Ravens all the way. Though everyone here likes the Steelers. I tried to throw away a coworker’s Terrible Towel today. True story. But she caught me.
IT’S FOOTBALL TIME!!!!!!!!! Here are my picks for Week 1. Sorry I got this in too late to do Packers/Saints, but we all know how that went.
So I got invited to join our work league this year. Mostly guys but there are a few girls. :)
Last night we had our draft at a bar, we all wore our jerseys, brought our laptops, the whole deal. It was fun. Unfortunately I drafted 13th (of 14) but it was snake, so, the next one came around quickly in the even-numbered rounds.
Quarterbacks: Flacco, Stafford (sure hope he can stay healthy)
Wide Receivers: Andre Johnson, Lee Evans, Braylon Edwards
Running Backs: DeAngelo Williams, LeGarrette Blount, Darren Sproles
Tight End (we play WR/TE flex): Kellen Winslow
Kickers: Kaeding, Akers
Defenses: Lions, Raiders
So…we’ll see. I may be posting for advice about starters!! :) Who have you guys drafted?
But, Ochocinco's to the Patriots, Palmer retired, we released Odom, Joseph's to Houston and we've got Benson for another year. Watcha all think 'bout the Bengals?
I’m a little worried about the Bengals. If they can play past the drama, it might be okay. They’d call it a “transition year” but nobody wants to hear that. I do wish them the best. I’ll be there for the New Year’s Day game.
another song that brings a tear to my eye.
He rents an apartment. He drives a pickup. He goes to the movies every Tuesday. He eats at the same casual St. Louis restaurant every Friday night before a home game.
“Outwardly, he doesn’t have any of the vices you might expect of a 23-year-old multimillionaire,” said Kevin Demoff, Rams chief operating officer. “He’s just grounded. That’s what makes him such a great fit for this market. He’s someone everybody can relate to.”