Ron Glover’s Preview and Prediction: New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers — Can the undermanned Giants rally against the Panthers?

Posted in Blogroll on September 20th, 2012 by Ron Glover


The loss of Hakeem Nicks is a huge blow to the Giants offense…

The Giants 41-34 comeback win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday came with a huge price. The Giants will be without running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), wide receivers Hakeem Nicks (ankle) and Dominick Hixon (foot) and offensive lineman David Diehl (knee) tonight as the team travels to Carolina to take on the Panthers.

The Panthers are coming off an inspiring 35-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints. A victory tonight against the Giants would add two quality wins in the conference and an enormous boost of confidence for these young cats. Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart is being listed as a game-time decision.

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White Quarterback II: Why Rex and Caleb are More Employable Than Donovan McNabb by Charles Modiano

Posted in Blogroll on September 20th, 2012 by Michael Tillery


Donovan McNabb is still seeking an NFL job, and never before in NFL history has a quarterback so accomplished found himself so suddenly unemployed. In quieter news, 31-year old quarterback John Beck made the Houston Texans team despite an 0-7 career record with a 67.6 passer rating. In the NFL, there are no white versions of McNabb’s free-fall or African-American versions of Beck’s remarkable life preserver. There are also no Black Tim Tebows or White Vince Youngs (out of league despite 31-19 starter record). After five years of failure, Alex Smith’s redemption is positively heartwarming — until you realize he can only be white. Hasn’t McNabb earned Smith’s respect?

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Tip-Off for 9/20/12 (featuring Eminem and Royce Da 5’9): Miggie, Miggie, Miggie can’t you see why he’s my AL MVP!

Posted in Blogroll on September 20th, 2012 by Ron Glover

(Associated Press)

Miguel Cabrera has the playoffs and the triple crown in his sights.

When he entered the majors barely a twenty-year old with the Florida Marlins, Miguel Cabrera has always been mentioned as a potential MVP candidate. After five seasons with the Marlins Cabrera was traded to the Detroit Tigers where he has become the cornerstone of a Tigers franchise that is looking to be more than just a player in this year’s postseason.

As for Cabrera and the AL MVP? You can remove the potential tag.

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