Monday, December 28, 2009
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
So, yes, The Observer knows bad football. And yes, The Observer knows the pain of the fan of the losing team. But hang in there; really, better days are ahead. But you can see from this record why Giants fans get nervous when the team is not doing well. We really really don't want to go back to "the old days."
In an unexpected offense fest, the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Cleveland Browns 41-34. Matt Cassel had his first 300+ yard passing game, and Jamal Charles ran for 154 yards. However, the Kansas City defense could not stop the Browns rushing game, and gave up two kick off returns for touchdowns to the Browns. The Chiefs tied the game up with 2:26 left in the game and the defense could not stop the Browns from scoring again. The offense just fell short of the tie and possible OT, when Cassel's last pass bounced off the goal posts.
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
I am so glad the last two games are on the road.
Monday, December 14, 2009
I am telling you guys...I will post this every week. Freeman is DUMB. He is an athletic dummy. Pathetic to excuse him as a rookie. Watch him...no touch, no passion, no heart, throws way too hard, erratic, inaccurate and just plain DUMB. He will never catch on...we will be able to see that in the next 4 games. Then what? Embarrassing until we the fans and the media do something about it. Boo them into changing
Posted by ( pigskin ) on 12/13/2009 at 03:56 pm.
Another pick: Freeman showing us his true colors today. He's not fit to start in the NFL. Mr. Morris, please submit your resignation right after this miserable game!!!
Posted by ( topper90904 ) on 12/13/2009 at 09:54 pm.
Got to agree ... WHY DOES FREEMAN SMILE AND/OR LAUGH AFTER AN INTERCEPTION? At the press conference he got the wrath of the press. Ya think he's realizing that, um, he IS the QB this team was stacking everything on? A QB, normally, doesn't laugh after an interception. Not unless you're throwing it to them intentionally.
I think the Bucs fans are as fed up with their lack of progress, and even regression at the quarterback spot as us Chiefs fans. In fact, reading the comments on www.tbo.com, is very reminiscent of reading comments on www.kansascity.com. The same railings against incompetent coaching, poor quarterback play, and anger at the owners for putting this product on the field. I have to say, I was afraid of this when Josh was taken by a poor team in rebuilding mode. In fact, I thought he was not ready to leave K State. A year under Bill Snyder would have done Josh good in that Snyder would not let him get away with inaccurate and stupid throws, and poor reading of defenses.
Welcome to the hard knocks side of the NFL Josh.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
The Buccaneers have hitched their future to Josh Freeman, but his inexperience as a game manager cost them a road win. Freeman’s dismal five-interception performance included three picks in the red zone, and the other two occurred deep in Carolina territory. Although rookie quarterbacks are expected to experience their fair share of struggles, Freeman’s turnover woes appeared to be avoidable with better decisions. He will eventually learn that getting points is critical when inside the opponent’s 20-yard line. In a game that was ultimately decided by 10 points, the Buccaneers can’t help but wonder if the outcome would’ve been different with improved game management from Freeman.
-- Bucky Brooks
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
I don't want to turn my comments on the Tiger Woods saga into a sermon, but there are undeniable spiritual truths being illuminated by this situation that beg to be examined. First, though, I have to say I was not the least bit surprised when an undeniable bit of evidence of dillydallying came out. The voice mail message of Tiger pleading with a fine young fling to remove her name from her phone because his wife was checking on him was a total blow up. I just had this feeling that Tiger had indeed, had relations with women outside his marriage. He had to address this as he did on his web site, confessing to "transgressions". I think he did not have to go into details about his transgressions, just using such a word (a close synonym is "sin") indicated the seriousness of the matter. It also shows that Tiger acknowledges the seriousness of his deeds. I also respect his privacy in terms of wanting no details of the counseling and other steps the Woods family are taking to restore the marital relationship. Of course, if they split up, the chances of that happening privately are nil.