Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Drew Brees (pictured above) and the New Orleans Saints are struggling to see eye to eye in regards to a new contract. Things continue to get worse for Who Dat Nation.
By Josh Kramer
5,476 passing yards? 46 touchdown passes? The leader of a franchise for the past six years that was a key cog in reawakening a franchise and uplifting a city? Priceless.
Yet no long-term deal?
The New Orleans Saints still have not signed the rock of their franchise to a long term deal. After all Brees has done for the organization and the city of New Orleans, ownership is going to try to give him the shaft via a franchise tag? Give me a break.
Money does not grow on trees. The NFL does have salary restrictions. Drew Brees is 33-years-old. Also, being the general manager of a professional sports franchise is no easy task by any means. But this is a no-brainer. Currently, New Orleans is having more problems than O.J. Simpson was back in 1994. The franchise is a mess from top to bottom. Yet, they haven’t signed their star player and team leader? Continue reading
Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Despite his very muscular physique, LeBron James (pictured above) has never been known for his toughness.
By Josh Kramer
It was once said, “All the world is a laboratory to the inquiring mind.” Learning is a major part of a society. One should strive to learn something new each and every day. It is a prerequisite towards success in life. This applies to all people. Even those that are referred to as the “King.”
I am of course referring to none other than the most tantalizing figure in sports, LeBron James. Sure “Tebow Mania” and “Linsanity” are big draws, but neither can sustain the media craze the way that LBJ can. Well it appears LeBron James has learned a valuable lesson. People love heroics. People also love courage. Courage is looked at as a major positive no matter who you talk to. Sure LeBron still will have to get the monkey of his back come June in showing late game heroics at NBA Finals time, but he is currently demonstrating toughness. James will play through the pain of a dislocated ring finger on his non-shooting hand.
LeBron was quoted as saying, “I’ll be ready. I hate using injuries as an excuse. If I’m in uniform, then I should be good to go. The only recovery for it, the doctors told me, was rest. And I think we all know I’m having none of that (courtesy of ESPN.com)” Continue reading
Photo courtesy of latimesblogs.latimes.com. Kobe Bryant (pictured above) has shown no signs of aging after putting up 40+ points for a fourth consecutive game on Saturday. Can he lead the Lakers to a victory in Miami on Thursday?
By Josh Kramer
The clock finally struck midnight on “Tebow Time,” or at least for the time being, and the globe is still spinning. “Lob City” staked their claim to Los Angeles. And the 49ers won against an outstanding Saints team in a game that will go down as one of the all-time greats. The past week, or even the past day for that matter, was classic. This week should be pretty fun in its own right though. Here are the events to keep an eye on.
5. Pitchers and catchers start reporting in 33 days (February 18th for a lot of teams). MLB baseball is just around the corner. And the Yankees finally broke their silence on Friday in a big way. Who else is already very excited for the 2012 baseball season? Keep an eye this week on what happens with marquee available players such as Prince Fielder, Rick Ankiel, and many more. Will your favorite team pick up the piece they need to make a deep run in October?
4. Kobe Bryant has now put up 40 or more points four straight games. So much for the 33-year-old wearing now. Any chance he will eclipse his nine-straight games of 40 or more points back in 2002/2003? Continue reading
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Photo courtesy of sports.gearlive.com. After Jim Harbaugh (pictured above) did the unthinkable and rebuilt the Stanford football program, he is at it again. Only this time, at the professional level.
By Wesley Kaminsky
What if I told you in the beginning of the season that by week six, the Lions would be 5-0, and the Bills and the 49ers would be 4-1? Would you have called me crazy? I would have called myself crazy.
That’s what is so great about the NFL though, you just never know. Yet here we are, five weeks gone, and all these teams are surprising everyone. Matthew Stafford is transforming himself into an elite quarterback, Fred Jackson has become an MVP candidate, and Jim Harbaugh has completely turned around the 49ers.
It wasn’t long ago that all three of these teams were lost and unsure of what direction to go. It’s amazing what a difference a year makes. Continue reading
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