Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Kyle Orton (pictured above) has a chance at redemption on Sunday in Denver. Can he spoil the Broncos playoff chances?
By Josh Kramer
The NBA is back. We are entering the final week of the NFL regular season. And we are on the verge of some BCS football. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Here are the items that have caught my attention.
Orton’s day in the sun?
-How many of you have ever been fired from a job? I am assuming the vast majority of you have. And for those of you who have been let go from your job, how many of you have wanted the opportunity to extract some revenge? The chance to outdo your former company on a sale. Or something to that degree? Well for Kyle Orton, he will get just that chance come next Sunday. Orton will have the chance to hit his former employer (the Denver Broncos) where it hurts. Continue reading
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Our very own Grant Freking thinks that Andy Dalton (pictured above) will start from Day 1 in Cincinnati. Will he become the new face of the Bengal's organization?
Grant Freking is a Lantern (OSU Newspaper) sports writer. Ology magazine managing editor. OSU football featured columnist for Bleacher Report. High school football reporter for Newark Advocate. You can follow him on Twitter @GrantFreking.
What to like: Andy Dalton and A.J. Green Continue reading
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