November 2008

In Qatar Dreaming of the NFL

updated April 19, 2014by November 20, 2008

 OK, so I’m sitting in the air terminal on a military base in Qatar. I’m waiting for a flight to Afghanistan, and watching a news report on MLS soccer. My traveling companion, a Columbian by birth, is expounding on the virtues of the World Cup and which teams will make it. All I’m thinking is […]

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Warner Rises with Phoenix

updated April 19, 2014by November 18, 2008

 Seems like Kurt Warner has been in this position before. Remember Warner took over from an injured Trent Green and led the St. Louis Rams to a Super Bowl? Now in the desert, the Arizona Cardinals have established themselves as the team to beat in the NFC West. Sure, they’ve got the advantage of sharing […]

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Once Again – Nobody Named Norv

updated April 19, 2014by November 18, 2008

 The San Diego Chargers are once again proving my theory that Nobody Named Norv will be successful in the NFL and win a Super Bowl. While I had to do a little sweating last season as the Chargers made a spectacular run, my theory was proved in the end. This season the Chargers have barely […]

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NBA’s Atlanta Hawks – The New Deal

updated April 19, 2014by November 13, 2008

 I’ve got a friend in Atlanta. He’s a sports nut, as many of us are, and addicted to games of every type. He regularly touts the Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Braves, and the Atlanta Thrashers as the teams to beat in the south. For several years he’s been promising me that the Atlanta Hawks will […]

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Arizona Cardinals Flying

updated April 19, 2014by November 8, 2008

 Holy Cow! I just took a gander at the standings in the NFC West and the Arizona Cardinals, halfway through the NFL season, have a three game lead over the #2 team in their division. Does this mean the Cardinals are a playoff caliber team? Well, yes. If you make the playoffs you’re a playoff […]

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