Submitted on 2008-12-25 NO one should be surprised that Brett Favre's arm/shoulder/ body is breaking down 10 months from 40 as the Jets, 40 years from Super Bowl III, break down around him. There should be no sympathy for the aging gunslinger now, just as there was no sympathy f...more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 Are we officially in a recession? After all, if it walks like a recession. talks like a recession and quacks like a recession? But one nice thing is shopping during the holiday period -- smaller crowds and desperate retailers....more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 Orlando villagers may be lighting the torches and cleaning the pitchforks before thinking about storming the WKMG-Ch. 6 castle because they can't see Miami Dolphins in a playoff-berth showdown with the rival New York Jets on Sunday TV....more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 Orlando villagers may be lighting the torches and cleaning the pitchforks before thinking about storming the WKMG-Ch. 6 castle because they can't seeMiamiDolphins in a playoff-berth showdown with the rival New York Jets on Sunday TV....more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 Yes, we all know that Brett Favre has so much trouble making up his mind when it comes to retirement that the past few years of his career should've been sponsored by the Waffle House. So anything he says on that subject should be taken with plenty of cau...more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 --DE Shaun Ellis was fined $10,000 by the NFL for throwing a huge snowball at fans after the Jets' 13-3 loss at Seattle. Fans were throwing snowballs at the field and at the Jets' sideline throughout the game, hitting players, officials, media and Seahawk...more
Submitted on 2008-12-25 Veteran QB Brett Favre is having trouble completing deep passes, partly because he has been inaccurate, and partly because his wideouts can't get enough separation. David Clowney, who was a revelation during the preseason before suffering a fractured clav...more
Grizzlies top VHS in OT, 75-69 - Mesabi Daily NewsFri, 17 Feb 2017 05:13:29 GMTVIRGINIA — An overtime thriller between two of the areas' best boys basketball teams eventually ended in the Grizzlies' favor, with the final score 75-68. Cade Goggleye led all scoring with an eye-opening 37 points, with 12 of those points from beyond ...