So I pick the headline carefully – the Daily News blog posted this picture saying that the black uniforms have been tweaked. I’m with those who believe this is just a random variant sold at Sports Authority.
Regardless, feel encouraged to discuss how hideous black jerseys are.
The Mets are considering taking a guy who hit .158 last year and I actually like the idea.
He’s Andruw Jones and he’s only 32, which is toddler-age for a typical Omar pickup…plus the rumor has the Dodgers paying much of the money.
Sure he was awful last year but in 2007 he hit 26 HRs with 94 RBI and in 2006 he was 41 with 129.
Could he have gotten that bad that fast? Unless you think um his er workout strategy changed as many players routines seemed to change last year.
Part of the wild speculation is that maybe perhaps the Dodgers would take Castillo.
MLB.com is saying that the interest has cooled since the initial ESPN.com report but I say go for it.
Dear Bill Cowher,
When people hear your name they think “winner.”
I see today you turned down the Browns offer.
Don’t consider for even a second coming to the Meadowlands.
You can’t win. The New Jersey Curse is too great. Bill Parcells couldn’t defeat it and Brett Favre couldn’t defeat it. Don’t come here for a one and done with Brett and then three years of 6 & 10. Don’t tarnish your legacy by taking on the curse of the Same Old Jets.
Wait it out for one of the glamor franchises. I could see you returning the Bears to glory some day. You don’t want any part of the green.
Well the Jets got one thing right, they fired the coach the day after a disastrous season.
I still don’t understand how the Mets brought Willie back for 2008, after the historic 2007 collapse, only to have Willie dig a huge hole for the team.
The Jets were smart today to turn the page. They’d be wise to turn the page on Favre too. Why let a new coach start a program with a QB who likely will be around for only a year or two. I’m sure the business of PSL selling and a new stadium will encourage the Jets to find a way to motivate Brett to return for 2009.
11-5 and missed the playoffs. Ouch.
For the Patriots the question now is what to do at QB.
Nearly a decade ago the Patriots had a QB that had taken them to the Super Bowl in Drew Bledsoe. Drew signed a 10 year deal and got hurt in the second game of the 2001 season. Some dude named Tom Brady took over and never gave the job back.
Would the Patriots stay with something that worked (you can’t call 11 & 5 a failure) and slap the franchise tag on Cassell? They’ve switched horses before. Phil Simms lost his job to Jeff Hostetler. Even Joe Montana couldn’t take his job back from Steve Young.
Might Tom Brady become ever cursed to wear green in the Meadowlands?