January 31, 2007

Super Bowl Week Continues!

by Dan Bilicki In: Football

The Glorious Media Day!

If anyone reading this cares about what happened or what was said by anyone on media day, you’re not going to find it here. I really could care less about the talking during the week and the swelled up coverage that takes place. The only talking I’d like to hear during media day is smack-talking and this year seems to be lacking. Hopefully Tank Johnson pulls a gun on somebody to make this week a bit more interesting.

The Flip-Flop v4.

I must say that, after reading Easterbrook’s article on ESPN.com, I’ve got to flip-flop back to picking the Colts to win. I seemed to have forgotten that the Colts are peaking at the right time on defense and that Tony Dungy is a good enough coach to figure out Chicago’s schemes. Also: Rex Grossman.

Pick: Indianapolis 24, Chicago 13

Life Imitates Madden?

Jerry Jones recently interviewed Bears assistant coach Mike Singletary in what was only thought of as a way to avoid reprimand for not having interviewed a black coach left. Then it turned out that Jones liked him. Where they stand is still unknown and more than likely won’t be settled until after the Super Bowl, but, I must say, this is a move that I would, rather, DID make. So it was only in Madden and I hired Singletary as my Cowboys’ defensive coordinator, but the point is: I would be a good decision-maker in the football world. Then again, I also ended up moving the Dallas Cowboys to New York City and renamed them the Coney Island Whitefish so disregard any claim I make to being a good decision-maker.

Chargers Closing in on the Bengals

San Diego Chargers safety Terrence Kiel apparently couldn’t hold it in long enough and thanks to this, the Bengals are now only one arrest ahead of the Chargers. Kiel was charged with urinating in public which makes him the eighth San Diego player to be charged since last April. While the Bengals get all the glory for being bad boys, the Chargers are quietly putting together a nice (criminal) record.

K-Fed Grabs Some Fries

Have you seen Kevin Federline’s Super Bowl commercial? The one where he’s watching his own music video while working at a burger joint? Well he’s getting in trouble for it now. Apparently, the fast food employees of America don’t even want to associate with K-Fed.


Here’s the YouTueb link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXkG6EVfVg

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