Week in Sports Review
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
|LeSean "Shady" McCoy|
LeSean McCoy is the 1st Philadelphia Eagles running back to eclipse 1000 yards in the teams 1st 10 games of a season. He is the league leader in rushing yards (1019), yards per carry (5.4) & touchdowns (12). If "Shady" can continue the pace that he is on and lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a division title by winning out the rest of their games, how can you not consider him as an MVP canidate? Is he an elite running back in this league? No doubt in my mind he is. When the Philadelphia Eagles give LeSean McCoy at least 20 carries, the Philadelphia Eagles are 3-0 this season. The Birds have a 4-6 record. So the writing is on the wall. Give LeSean ball, Philly! He's the "Real McCoy".
Monday, November 21, 2011
|Thanksgiving 1993 "The Leon Lett Game"|
|Reggie Bush is Ballin'|
|Romo has an eye on the Playoffs|
|Leon Lett's Bone-Head Play|
Sunday, November 20, 2011
|Willis the Monster|
|San Fran's Savior|
|49ers beat Cardinals 23-7|
*I want to dedicate this blog to my dear friend Chauncey. A life long 49ers fan. R.I.P.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
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Saturday, November 5, 2011
Eli Manning believes he should be in the same elite class with the likes of Tom Brady and his brother Peyton. Is he wrong for saying such a bold statement? My answer is no and I am going to tell you why. Eli has won as many Super Bowls as his brother in less chances, he has also beaten Tom Brady's undefeated Patriots in Super Bowl 42 with a game winning drive which ended with a Eli Manning touchdown pass and he has a Super Bowl MVP, something that even the great Brett Favre couldn't even accomplish. So yes, Eli can be inconsistent at times. And yes, he may look like he has no clue on what's going on, but his resume speaks for itself. Eli is a winner. I don't care what he does in the first 3 quarters of a football game, as long as the game is close in the 4th quarter, Eli is golden. He may not be an elite quarterback, but Peyton's little brother is definitely clutch. If he can find a way to help the New York Football Giants win in Foxborro this weekend, then he might have the Giants going in the right direction moving forward with two talented teams in Philadelphia and Dallas struggling to keep pace with them.