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Stephen A and I about to debate Tomlin's "apology," Jerry calling out Romo and Ellsbury to his Yankees. 10am E, ESPN2
LeBron sure missed DWade tonight. Never thought I'd see the night Kyle Singler torched the Heat in Miami.
Who can beat Seattle in Seattle? I have one team you probably aren't thinking about. Hint: Thanksgiving. 10am E, ESPN2. RWilson MVP?
My theory on the earplugs Brett Favre suggested the Saints wear tonight: 10am E, ESPN2.
I hit Seattle's score on the nose - 34. Gave Saints way too much credit - 21. Make that 34-7. Make that a wipeout.
OK, 49ers, can you figure ANY way to do the near-impossible: win a playoff game in Seattle?
As I said earlier today: It will be very interesting to see how quickly the Saints can pick selves up after this and prepare for Cam and Co.
Russell Wilson is making a big-stage case he's the best of all the young QBs. Accelerates much quicker than RG3 post-surgery.
Richard Sherman just cost his team with that attempt at intimidation of a smaller rookie. Beneath a corner of his caliber.
Happy Vanderbilt coach James Franklin a reported candidate for USC job. Great for mystique. Happier USC hired Sarkisian. LEAVE JAMES BE.
It will be very interesting to see if Saints can pick themselves up after tonight's loss and, on short week, beat Cam and Co. back home.
Still, the most inexplicable game of the NFL season was Dallas 17, Eagles 3 in Philly. But still like Romo over Foles at JerryWorld.
No way Saints score enough outside in that Seattle asylum. Seatle hasn't lost at home in TWO YEARS. Seahawks, 34-21.
Do NOT tell me Auburn was lucky, not after early missed TD pass, missed blocked punt, failed 4th down at own 35 w/ 8:30 left.
If Jameis is too big a question mark, and Auburn beats Mo., I'd just as soon see Aub-Alabama again for national title. Who wouldn't watch?
After playing 61st toughest schedule and giving up 41 pts and 603 yds to MICHIGAN, Ohio State has no business in the national title game.