Ron Glover’s Week 3 NFL Predictions

Posted in Adrian Peterson, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Blogroll, blogrolll, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Cincinnatti Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Devin Hester, Donavan McNabb, Donovan McNabb, Eli Manning, football night in America, Football Outsiders, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonvile Jags, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Michael Vick, Mike Singletary, Mike Tomlins, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, NFC, NFL Live, NFL Players Association, NFL Players Union, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Manning, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Eagles fans, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ron Glover, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Super Bowl, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Bucs, Tenessee Titans, The Starting Five, TSF, Washington Redskins on September 26th, 2010 by Ron Glover

 

After going 12-4 last week, things get a little tougher in week 3. One game that has my interest is Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay. Both teams are 2-0, which we expected  from the Steelers, but the Bucs are reminding many of the upstart Bucs that blossomed under Tony Dungy. A young vibrant defense and a unheralded leader in quarterback Josh Freeman has things looking up in Tampa.

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Boss’s Boycott: The Bonds Vanishes By Dave Zirin

Posted in BALCO, Barry Bonds, Bill Haywood, Bill Simmons, Blogroll, Boston Red Sox, Bud Selig, Dartmouth, Dave Zirin, ESPN, ESPN.com, Leon Trotsky, Major League Baseball, Mark Starr, Mickey Mantle, Mike Gimbel, MLB Player's Association, Montreal Expos, Newsweek, Norm Cash, Peter magowan, Russian Revolution, San Francisco Giants, Ted Williams, TSF on May 12th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

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How many home runs would Barry Bonds hit if there weren’t so much of these?

DZ stops by TSF yet again to drop some real rap on Bonds being grounded

The Commissar Vanishes is a coffee table book for only the dourest of coffee tables. The hard-covered volume is a photographic compilation of the way that Josef Stalin systematically erased his chief political opponents, Leon Trotsky and his followers, from the history of the Russian Revolution.

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