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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Who Ya Got??

What it is, hustlas? Got a lot to get to this week, so I'm just gonna get right down to it. While I'd love to spend time discussing my new organization "PAAIAD" (Pimps Against Asians In Adult Diapers), and how it plans on ridding the world of the Olympics, I just don't have the time. After all, it's my life that takes precedent on this page...


That being the case, the biggest thing goin' on in my world this week was the annual nerd fest/smack talking convention known as my fantasy football draft. Naturally I went in with a killer strategy, and when the randomized draft order dealt me the 13th pick (14 teams), I felt I was in prime position to put the strategy into action...


The first order of business was to take the flat out best available player, and when Reggie Wayne fell to me at 13, I felt I had no choice but to pull the trigger. He's a top flight WR, and it frees me up to take running backs with my next two picks, and not be left scrapping for a quality wide out...




With my next few picks, I made sure to go for some big hitters. High upside guys with plenty of big play potential. My championship team from a year ago was driven by Brian Westbrook's versatility and play making skills, and with these next picks I was trying to get guys that I felt fit that mold. Lucky for me, I had Maurice Jones-Drew, Reggie Bush and Kellen Winslow come my way with picks 16, 41 and 44 respectively. I made a choice. I'd rather live and die with the TDs and have a chance to win big loots, than grind it out week after week with guys that get good yardage, and find myself struggling to score big. MJD and Bush bring that versatility and big play ability, while Winslow gives me a game breaking tight end. Couldn't ask for any more than that. Talented guys with the potential to go really big. Yeah, potential is a tricky thing, but when you're tryin' to go for it all, I think it's a risk well worth taking...


So with that, phase one and two of my pre draft plan were complete. Got the top end WR and TE I coveted, and two running backs with the opportunity to have huge seasons. Oh, and just to be clear. I think Jacksonville and New Orleans are gonna have great years offensively. Especially the Saints. So I love those guys based on that. Not because I see them on TV or because they have flashy names. I mean I'm happy for Reggie that he gets to tap/rest his drinks on that plump Kim Kardashian ass, but it would be a stretch to say that's why I wanted him on my fantasy team...

OK, so moving on. Everything was going according to plan, when I pulled this...






I knew my position in the snake draft would allow me to get a QB/WR combination if the right one fell to me, and at pick 69 I made my move. I snagged up one of the 3-4 consensus WRs left in Jerricho Cotchery, and then with pick 72, teamed him up with the bane of my existence this off season, when I selected the one and only Mr. Brett Favre. Yeah, you hear right. After all the bitching I did about the guy these past few months, I went super bold, and made him the centerpiece of my my fantasy universe. I figure he's got the ability to throw a lot of touchdown passes, and hopefully a lot of them end up in the hands of Cotchery. Jerricho is the type of receiver Favre has liked to hook up with in the past, and I'm guessing this time around should be no different. Plus, should my team fall flat on it's face, it will make it all that much easier to hate they guy and watch the New York media drive him right back into pseudo retirement...

So now with a QB/WR combination that I was satisfied with, a bunch of play makers, and top players at both WR and TE, it was time to fill in the rest of the holes. I snagged a top end kicker in Phil Dawson, two top tier defenses in Indy and Jacksonville, and added potential big time WR prospects in Devin Hester, Ronald Curry and Robert Meachem. I also added part time RBs Justin Fargas and Maurice Morris, who both figure to be starters when the season starts, and were a great value at the time they were selected. They can help back me up with MJD and Bush, as well as provide a little insurance in my flex position (WR/RB) should some of my WRs not pan out...

Last but not least, with my final pick in the '08 draft, I stuck with my guns and took yet another huge risk/reward type player. With Mike Martz now the offensive coordinator in San Fransisco, I took a flyer on starting QB JT O'Sullivan. I figure Martz has made fantasy studs out of Warner, Bulger and Kitna before him, so O'Sullivan has just as good a shot as any to emerge as a break out fantasy QB. Granted he may have a tenuous hold on the starting job right now, but it was the 17th round, and I figured well worth the risk...

And with that, it was over. I went balls to the wall by my big play strategy, and now I'm prepared to deal with the disastrous outcome, or reap the delicious and bountiful benefits. Hows it all gonna turn out? Well you'll just have to check back every week to chart my progress. I know my draft has got to have you a little curious, and Lord knows I'll have plenty of hysterical tales to tell as the season unfolds and I make a run at defending my '07 title...




Now, it's on to the actual NFL. I got some thoughts on how the upcoming season might unfold, and in keeping with the today's theme, I've got some bold picks that just might make you think I've lost it...


Tackle Box


I was about to sit down and make my predictions for the season this week when I decided to call Frosco. During the conversation, he reminded me that I hadn't watched the latest epsiode of Mad Men, which I had on DVR, and had aired the night before. Now if you haven't heard of the show, it's a drama on AMC, based in the early 60s, about an advertising firm in New York City. The main character of the show, is Donald Draper. Don's as cool and confident as they come. He's smarter than you, he's better looking than you, he's more successful than you, and your wife is gonna wanna do him. He's unflappable, determined. He knows what he wants, and does what it takes to get it. No questions asked...

So what does that have to do with my picks, you ask? Well Don inspired me. You see, it was last year around this time that I actually went on the radio and said I thought the Pats would go undefeated and win the Super Bowl. My colleagues laughed at my pink hat type prophecy, but the funny thing was, I believed what I said. I had gone through the schedule, and despite my attempts to be un bias, still came up with a clean slate in the loss column. However, after the lashing I took, I stepped back and looked at it again. Hmmm, I thought. I guess I could find a few losses in here. So when I went to work, and made my predictions, I had the Pats winning the Super Bowl, and finishing the season at 14-2...

Now either way, I would have been wrong, but the point still remains. Donald Draper wouldn't let a bunch of punks change his thinking on somethin' like this, and so now, neither will I! I don't wanna hear what the experts say, I just wanna go with what I think. I mean come on. I know maybe a handful of people that could probably handicap this thing as well as I could, so I'm bucklin' down and straight goin' with my gut...

Just like years past, I've gone through every game of every week to get my results. No guessing and slapping together 16 game records for this guy, I'm the real deal. So without further ado, let's take a glance into my crystal ball. And don't mind that white residue there on the surface, it was on the crystal ball when I bought it...

2008 NLF Predictions
AFC
EAST
1. New England Patriots (13-3)
2. New York Jets (11-5)
3. Buffalo Bills (7-9)
4. Miami Dolphins (4-12)


With all the improvements the Jets made in the off season, the East is no longer the cake walk it was looking like for Tom Brady and the Pats. New England still has the most talented team in the division, but with questions along the offensive line and defensive backfield, they shouldn't have nearly the year they had in '07. Thanks to the league's easiest schedule they should still manage to run up a pretty gaudy record, but expecting this team to go 16-0 again, when it's only happened twice in the past 35 years, is asking a little much...

The Jets schedule, on the other hand, won't leave as much room for error. But with one of the league's best offensive lines, a now more than viable passing attack, and an emerging defense, they should give the Pats all they can handle and emerge as a contender in the AFC. That is, unless Brett Favre decides to gun sling them into oblivion, and the whole move blows up right in their faces. My fantasy pick should tell you I don't find that scenario all that likely, but when dealing with Favre, truly anything is possible. I think we've all learned that by now...

As for the Bills and Dolphins. Buffalo has a lot of pieces to work with, but is likely at least a year away from any serious playoff talk. I like Trent Edwards as the long term QB, and think he can work some magic with Roscoe Parrish and rookie James Hardy if they all stay healthy. And if Marshawn Lynch can stay sober in the land of high content Canadian beer...well than that just might be the miracle that saves Buffalo...

And Miami? The Parcells and Pennington combo might look good on paper. But that paper has a date of 2001 on it. The Dolphins are beat, and in the first year of a massive rebuilding project, their expectations can be little more than another high draft pick in 2009...



NORTH
1. Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5)
2. Cleveland Browns (8-8)
3. Cincinnati Bengals (6-10)
4. Baltimore Ravens (3-13)


It's more of the same in the top heavy AFC North, but this year may see a slight changing of the guard. While the Steelers, led by Big Ben and their stout defense, figure to still be boss, the Cleveland Browns should use this season to announce their "legitimacy" with authority.

Coming off an impressive 10-6 campaign, Derek Anderson and friends figure to keep the dynamic offense rolling along, and will be counting on Romeo Crennel's defense to finally step up and help the team make that big leap to actual contender. I think it still might be a bit early for this squad to start seriously talking playoffs in the top heavy AFC, but they're still gonna be a tough out every week, no matter who they play...

Now the real story in this division, if you're asking me that is, will be the pitiful performance of both the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens. Sure Cincy still has their great offense, but that's all they got. Add injuries to the mix, and they're little more than an awful defense with a few passing weapons. Think the Rams of the past few seasons, and I think you'll get the picture. They're only hope to stay relevant, is

Then there's Baltimore. No matter which way I look at this team, I just don't see how they could be possibly be good. I get it, they have Ray Lewis and Ed Reed, but do they really have anything else? On either side of the ball?? I know they've won with no offense before, but the defense is far removed from that early decade dominance. It figures to be a long season in crab country for John Harbaugh and Troy Smith...or Joe Flacco...or Kyle Boller...



SOUTH
1. Indianapolis Colts (13-3)
2. Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6)
3. Tennessee Titans (9-7)
4. Houston Texans (9-7)


The AFC's best division figures be tougher than ever in 2008. All 4 teams have reason to think they're even better than a year ago, and it's tough for me to argue with any of their expectations...

At the top, the Colts will be the "clear" favorite, but the Jags should be right there with 'em. Indy's offense is still among the league's elite, while in Jacksonville, fans are waiting to see if David Garrard takes the next step towards becoming one of the league's best QBs. Joseph Addai and Maurice Jones-Drew lead their respective running attacks, and both squads appear to be anchored by sturdy defenses that also specialize in making big plays. Both finished near the top in giveaway/takeaway in 2007, and that combination threatens to make both teams very good again this year. I give the edge to Indy simply because they have higher offensive gear, but both teams are top tier...

In Tennessee and Houston, they're just wishin' they were in a different division. Both teams have solid defenses, but each can really only do one thing on offense. Tennessee runs, and Houston passes. That should make for happy fantasy owners of Matt Shaub, Andre Johnson, and the stable of Tennessee backs, but disappointed fans when it comes to the playoffs. Call it tough luck if you want, but for either of these teams to have any chance of making the playoffs, they're gonna need either Jacksonville or Indy to stumble along the way. And i just don't see that happening. It will be interesting to see whether or not Vince Young has actually learned to pass the ball, but in failing that it should just be more of the same for these two much improved franchises...

WEST
1. San Diego Chargers (11-5)
2. Denver Broncos (9-7)
3. Oakland Raiders (8-8)
4. Kansas City Chiefs (4-12)


The Chargers walked away with the West in 2007, and I figure we'll see much of the same in 2008...

Even without Shawn Merriman at full strength on defense, the Chargers still figure to have both the best offense, and defense in the division. LaDainian Tomlinson looks to have another big year, and this time not falter in the playoffs, while Philip Rivers should be all that much better with another year of experience under his belt. He still lacks any real weapons outside of Antonio Gates, but that shouldn't stop them from scoring plenty of points, and racking up another division title...

Jay Cutler and the Broncos intrigue me, but that's not always a good thing. Mike Shanahan always seems to have his boys prepared on both sides of the ball, but I have to question whether or not they have the overall talent to win enough games. Slevin Young should continue to prove that anyone can run the ball in that zone blocking scheme, but the fate of the offense definitely rests on the right arm of Cutler. Will it be tough for Culter to mesh with a new group of receivers? And with Brandon Marshall sitting out the 1st 3 games, can the 2 of them regain the chemistry they started to show at the end of last season? And what about the defense? Giving up 26 points a game last year was very un-Denver like, and with the exodus of John Lynch the only roster move of note, will they be improved enough to give their offense a shot? I think they'll put it all together, just not in time to make a post season appearance...

In Oakland, JaMarcus Russel is going to go through some growing pains, but I'm thinking it could be fun to watch. There's certainly no shortage of athleticism on the offensive side with Darren McFadden, Ronald Curry, Michael Bush and Javon Walker, but whether that translates into points we'll have to wait and see. One thing's for sure. They're pass defense that caught so much hype a year ago should truly get tested early and often. If they turn out ot be legit, and not just a group that benefited from the team being smoked early and often last year, then this team could actually come around a win a few more games than most expect. As you can see, that's the direction I'm leaning in...

Kansas City: see Miami. It would be a little short sighted to rip on them, but facts is facts. They're really bad, but every body's gotta rebuild sometime. If Dwayne Bowe and Brodie Croyle could mesh into a nice tandem this year, then I would consider it a success.

Now, it's on to the NFC...

NFC
EAST

1. Philadelphia Eagles (12-4)
2. Dallas Cowboys (11-5)
3. New York Giants (9-7)
4. Washington Redskins (8-8)


What better place to start in the NFC than with by far and away the conference's best division. Much like the South in the AFC, the NFC East is loaded. Only the Eagles missed out on the playoffs a year ago at 8-8, while the Cowboys were one of the regular season's best and the Giants took home the Super Bowl...

Perhaps in light of those results my prediction comes as a bit of a surprise, but I have my reasons. While the Eagles may have struggled a bit in '07, they were the ultimate underachievers. With a healthy McNabb back at the helm, and a healthy Brian Westbrook coming of a career year, you figure this offense has got to be dangerous. The WR corps still remains a bit suspect, but I think a strong McNabb and a lot of double teams on Westbrook will loosen things up and allow guys to make some big plays. Their defense got better, with Asante Samuel, and I just think this team is ready to have a big year and make another run at the Super Bowl...

Now with the Cowboys, they're every bit as good as Philly, they just happened to lose one more game. You still have to like Romo spreadin' the ball around to TO, Crayton and Witten. And you still gotta love Marion Barber crushin' people in the face and grinding out those tough yards. I still think their secondary is suspect, but getting good pressure on the QB could really take a lot of the pressure off. And the a lot of the onus will be on that defensive front this year. You know Romo is gonna shoot them in and out of games, and it'll be up to the Dallas D to make sure they're not always paying for his mistakes with 7 points...

Having the Giants at 9-7 is by no means meant as any sort of hatred or disrespect. The Giants won the Super Bowl because they got extremely hot, not because they had the most talent. I don't think they're any better than they were a year ago, but just like last year, I figure they're good enough to be right in the mix. Could they get hot again and take the Super Bowl? Sure, why not? But to put them at the front of the pack based on last year? Nah. With Umenyiora and Strahan out of the lineup, the strength of their Super Bowl team is severely diminished. Simply put, without that dominant line, this is just an average team. Eli and the offense are OK, but we all know what won them the title...

And in a true case of last but NOT least, there's the Washington Redskins. I still like a lot of what they do on offense and defense, but I just can't bring myself to say they'll be any better than "OK". Everything about this team screams OK! Jason Campbell? He's OK. Clinton Portis? He's OK...never scores TDs though. The defense? The receivers? They're not bad, but there's nothing there to get excited about. That's why I got them i nthe middle of the road. Just like the Texans and Titans before them, they'd love to be in another division, but dems da breaks...


NORTH
1. Green Bay Packers (11-5)
2. Minnesota Vikings (9-7)
3. Chicago Bears (4-12)
4. Detroit Lions (4-12)


Welcome, ladies and gentleman, to the worst division in football. Neither the Vikings or Bears know the first thing about passin' the bean, the Packers no longer have Brett Favre, and the Lions are, well...let's just say they know what it's like to be LA Clipper fans. OK, so I admit it's not all bad. The Vikings and Packers both have solid defenses, and both should figure to do some damage on offense...

In Minny, they're dominant o-line will plow the way for Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor to do work, but with the passing still a major question mark, they may be trying to run through a lot of 8+9 man fronts. They'll have the D to grind out a lot of wins that way, but unless they develop some sort of aerial chemistry, they really won't be able to take it to that next level...

The Packers figure to compliment their young, agressive defense this year with the same potent offense. Just with a different guy at the helm. Or hadn't you heard? I like Aaron Rodgers chances for success in Green Bay, based mostly on that defense giving him plenty of chances, and the plethora of weapons he has at his disposal. Don't sleep on James Jones and Donald Lee...or they'll jump up and bite cha in the ass. I seen it!...

In Detroit and Chicago it figures to be another long and cold winter. These two fan bases should have plenty of time to ponder their unemployment beside a warm trash can fire, because I can't imagine either squad being much to watch. Kitna and Roy Williams might make some noise early, and we might get the occasional flash from Devin Hester, but other than that, you can count on these teams not passing GO, and heading directly to the top of next years NFL draft...



SOUTH
1. New Orleans Saints (10-6)
2. Carolina Panthers (8-8)
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-9)
4. Atlanta Falcons (3-13)


If the North is the worst, than the South is definitely the most enigmatic. I've learned through my experience picking games that the South can be tough to predict. And while I thought I had a handle on it this year, the more I think about it, the more I'm probably just way off base...yet again...

One thing I think I'm sure of, is that the Saints are gonna have one of the best offenses in the NFL. Not only does Drew Brees now have Jeremy Shockey to throw to, but '07 1st round pick, WR Robert Meachem is also joining the party after sitting out last year with an injury. Add them to the mix with Marques Colston and Reggie Bush, and it's tough to imagine this team not scorind a bundle of points. On defense, all they need is to be a little better than the team that allowed over 24 a game last year. I don't think it's too much to ask, and with this offense, that should be enough to get it done...

Carolina and Tampa are truly mysteries, I must say. Not that I don't know enough to comment on them, it's just I can't seem to get a handle on them. Both Jeff Garcia and Jake Delhomme are capable of putting up some decent numbers, but does either really have the weapons to succeed? Somethin' about Delhomme and Muhsin Muhammad getting back together has me a little intrigued, but that's about it. And in Tampa, while I have faith in the ability of Garcia and Gruden to manage a game, it again comes down to lack of talent. I figure their defense will keep them in and get them some games they won't deserve to win, but not against anybody that's really any good.

In Atlanta, Matt Ryan's left to clean up Ron Mexico's mess, and it doesn't figure to be pretty. No real expectations though, so maybe they'll actually be fun to watch. Stranger things have happened...


WEST
1. San Fransisco 49ers (8-8)
2. Seattle Seahawks (8-8)
3. St. Louis Rams (6-10)
4. Arizona Cardinals (3-13)


If it wern't for the NBA's Western Conference, Western divisions everywhere would be a laughing stock. AFC WEST? Beat. MLB's NL + AL West? Beat and Beat. The NHL? BEAT! And the NFC West could very well make a run at president of this Beat-Off, as none of these teams seems to impress me at all...

The Seahawks have the best defense of the bunch, but their inability to score on a regular basis is never a trend I like to see. A lot like the Giants, they'll need to manage games well and hope their defense makes plays or they're screwed. I'm not loving their passing attack with Branch on the shelf, and I just fail to see where the offensive punch is gonna come from. That's what's gonna keep them around .500...

Now I have the Niners at the top of this crap heap for two very good reasons. Their offense should finally be semi-legit, and their young defense is gonna turn some heads. Rookie of the Year Patrick Willis is a beast in the middle of their D, and with Mike Martz now running the ship offensively you have to like their chances to put up some points. I'm not talking all-pro level shit, here, but they should do some decent work. JT O'Sullivan has been impressive by all accounts, and a healthy Frank Gore should really help give the attack some balance...

In St. Louis, they get a healthy Marc Bulger back after a dismal 3-13 year in '07, but I still can't see them contending for a playof spot. The core of Bulger, Torry Holt and Stephen Jackson give them the weapons they seemed to lack last year on a regular basis, but their weak offense line still figures to be an issue. Even in the old Mike Martz system, with all the weapons in the world, you can't do much when your QB is on his back. That's where Bulger figures to be about as often as a Vegas showgirl, and so will go the Rams season...

And in Arizona, shit just looks flat out bad. I liked their defense a year ago, and I still do. But there style of play on offense is ultimately going to lead to their demise. Whether it's Warner or Leinhart chuckin' that pill around it's bound to be a fast and loose passing attack that leads to more mistakes than touchdowns. Just as in unsuccessful years past, their going to live and die by the big play. That means plenty of big games from Boldin and Fitzergald, and plenty of 37-34 losses. They're the type of team you're thankful exists for your entertainment pleasure, but you're just glad they're not yours...


So there you have it. I've set the table for the '08 post season, and next week I'll be back to give you my playoff breakdown and your 2008-2009 Super Bowl Champion.


Patriots Update
Overall:
0-3

Well another pre season dud against the Eagles. I know they're still only employing a very vanilla 3-4 defense and a lot of their starters aren't playing, but I don't think a slightly better performance would have been too much to ask...

Here are a few notes from the game and just the team in general as we close in on the regualr season...


-The O-line looked bad again and with news this week only figures to get worse. While Matt Light has returned to practice, guard Stephen Neal was place on the Physically Unable to Perform list (PUP), and now can't be on the active roster until at least week 7. I'm still holding out hope that the dismall o-line performance in the pre season isn't a sign of things to come, but it's going to take a few good performances to start the year before all my fears are at least put at bay...


-Oddly enough, coinciding with that seems to be the glut of talent at running back, and the question of whether or not the Pats will carry 5 at the position. With Eckel being released this week, it leaves Mauroney, Faulk, Morris, Evans and Jordan still in the mix, and I can make a good argument for all 5 of them makin' the squad. If I have to cut anyone, I think it's gotta be Morris...or Evans. Talent alone says keep Sammy around. He did work before going down last season, and his versatility is an important asset to the backfield. On the other hand, Evans can play special teams and provide extra blocking on a team with 2 TEs, and could win the nod if the Pats deem Sammy's ability to stay healthy a serious concern...


-Matt Cassel has continued to stink it up, and it's got me to thinkin'. I know if Tom Brady goes down the Pats will lose a lot of their punch, but what if he just goes down for a few plays? And what if it's in the playoffs? Just because we all agree Brady is the straw that stirs the delicious drink, doesn't mean we can leave the cuppard totally bare behind him. It would be leaving the team totally vulnerable. Look at the Chargers last year. Rivers goes down in the playoffs, and Billy Volek leads them to the win. Sure they lost in the AFC title game, but you see my point. Say that was the Pats, and replace Volek with Cassel. You think the Pats would have been playin' in the AFC title game? Unlikely. And that's why we need a good back up. Not for the majority of the year, but for the few key plays that could make a difference between going all the way, and getting an early start on your golf game...


Red Sox Update
Overall:
77-55, 2nd in AL East by 2 1/2 games; 1st in Wild Card by 2 1/2 games over Minnesota


I tell ya the Sox are really throwin' me for a loop these days. They're winning, which is good. And they're getting key contributions from guys like Bay, Lowrie and Masterson, which is also good. But their stars like Beckett, Ortiz and Drew are either hurt or under performing, and without Lowell, Manny and a fully effective Big Papi, the lineup just doesn't seem to have that same pop! I guess I'm still on the kick from last week, where I think they're good enough to win now, but not playing like a team that will win in the playoffs...

Here are some notes from the past week...




-I know he was hurt this year, but Big Papi's lack of production is beginning to become a reasonable conern. Over the last month, the big man is batting just .267 with just 3 homers and 18 RBI. This is exactly what I'm talking about, too. The Sox may be winning now without his typical power hitting, but missing out on it during the playoffs could cause some problems...



-On the other side of the coin, August has been a big month for Jed Lowrie and Jason Bay. Bay's hitting at .327 with 4 homers and 23 RBI, while Lowrie is up to .300 on the year, as he's hit .321 with 21 RBI over the same 30 day span. It's good to see that Youkilis and Pedroia are finally getting some help from the others in the lineup, but without a major power hitter, I still worry that they'll lack the necessary punch to make a major move come October...

-Good news on Josh Beckett as he threw a pain free side session this week. The Sox still plan on having him make a start this weekend in the series against the White Sox, and seeing how he responds to this latest injury will go a long in way in determining how ready this team is for a World Series run...

-OF Mark Kotsay was acquired this week for a class (A) prospect thanks in large part to JD Drew's recent trip to the disabled list. Drew missed the last 7 games before being thrown on the 15 day DL with a balky back, and Kotsay figures to help pick up the slack with his ability to play all 3 outfield spots, and hit well against both righties and lefties. Geee, who would have thunk it? JD Drew breaking down right in the middle of the pennant race. He may have been good down the stretch last year, but this is exactly the reason we shouldn't have given him such a big contract. I mean if he's not there when you really need him, how much could he really be worth?...


See, I didn't even have enough time this week to thoroughly rip JD Drew! Or even toss some dirt on the grave of the Yankees! That's OK. I'll be back next week. Same Rooch time, same Rooch station. I got some thoughts on the break up of Mike and the Mad Dog, the exodus of Jay Marrioti, and of course my long awaited College Football Preview. Oh and I promise to to bring some extra raunchy shit, just to make up for this week's NFL love fest...


Until then, make sure yo keep your feet on the ground, and keep reaching for the stars! Or just make sure you drink enough, and do enough drugs. That should get you to the stars without having to leave earth too...

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