Tony Dungy to Step Down as Head Coach of Indianapolis Colts

Posted in Blogroll on January 12th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

Tony Dungy to step down at a 5 pm EST press conference. Sad news for football fans, but good news for Mr. Dungy and his family. He is the current standard of Black coaches. Eddie Robinson’s NFL dream. Could play on John Chaney’s team. The epitome of class and it was remarkable how he held on through the death of his son James in 2006. Tony’s record with the Colts was 92-33. His last game was Jan. 3…a 23-17 overtime loss at San Diego. He’s the only coach since the 1970 merger to take a team to the playoffs 10 straight seasons. Overall record is136-75-0. Could have been a head coach in the NFL at age 28 he was so good. Won Super Bowl as a player and a head coach. Jim Caldwell has long ago been named his successor. A true man of faith. Good luck Mr. Dungy.

Father, Father by NYOIL

Posted in Blogroll on January 12th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

NY OIL is doing all he can to get the right people to hear his message. I really enjoyed our interview. He speaks to those who look like him first and then expands his message to all of those in earshot. Here’s a video he’s dropping today to help Fathers understand their responsibility to the future of their legacies. He’s doing this with pictures from regular folk all across the land who just want one thing…to be a father to their children. I appear with my daughter early and later with my sons. Thanks brothaman. Anything I can do to help, I’m here. His site is linked above. Make sure you check it out.


NYOIL – Father Father (Produced by DJ Green Lantern) from NYOIL on Vimeo.

Final Four

Posted in Arizona Cardinals, Asante Samuel, Baltimore Ravens, Blogroll, Carolina Panthers, Donavan McNabb, Kobe Bryant, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, NFC Championship, NFL, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers on January 12th, 2009 by AXG

“No one on the corner have swagga like us…”
M.I.A. – Paper Planes

This has been one of the most interesting seasons within the history of the NFL. Not only are the Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship, but Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco has led…along with a top tier defense…the Baltimore Raves to the AFC title game.

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