Monday, December 15, 2008

Weekend thoughts

So here are some thoughts from an interesting weekend:

Maybe the Giants miss Plaxico Burress more than they thought. Granted, Brandon Jacobs also missed Sunday's game in Dallas, but the Big Blue -- minus Plax -- scares nobody. The Cowboys do have one of the best pash rushes in football, but their secondary has never been great.

Eli Manning simply could not any open recievers and a good share of the eight sacks would be considered coverage sacks.

Maybe the Jets won't make the playoffs after all. Gang Green had to than their lucky stars Bills' quarterback J.P. Losman all but gift wrapped a win for New York. New York's defense looks awful and Brett Favre is beginning to look his age.

How funny (or sad depending on your perspective) would it be to see Chad Pennington return to the Meadowlands in the final week of the season and lead his Miami Dolphins to the playoffs, while knocking out the team that cast him off after acquiring Favre? Don't laugh, it could happen.

I don't care what the referee said, or what some "experts" have since said, nobody will convince me there was enough evidence to overturn the call on the field that Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes did not score the eventual game-winning touchdown against the Ravens.

I have seen the replays dozens of times and -- in my opinion -- there is no way to conclusively say the ball broke the plain of the end zone. Although I don't think it did, I also would not have argued if the ruling on the field was the ball did get across the line.

It makes me laugh to hear how some people are saying the Yankee are again trying to buy a World Series with their soon-to-be signing of aces CC Sabathia and A.J. Burnett. These are the same people -- since the Yankees last won a championship in 2000 -- who have said 'see you can't buy a World Series.'

And now they're outraged the Yankees are about to sign the two biggest free agent pitchers this winter? C'mon folks, you can't have it both ways.

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