Long live Bailey.
I spent a week with Gene Steratore's officiating crew. I learned things. Part 1: http://t.co/x3ta2YhO94
RT @david_exley: You wouldnt say a word if boston gave him that contract ... That's wrong. I'd have called it idiotic.
RT @JPQ904: Hey, if someone is paying you for your blather we can already see this country has gone bonkers ... You got that right.
RT @DonB1529: Mama, teach your babies to play baseball ... Or be Scott Boras.
Yanks pay $22m a yr for Ellsbury, electric player who, in last 4 yrs, has played 18, 158, 74, 134 games. What a country.
For the PM Crowd: The Seahawks showed off their depth in thumping the Saints on Monday night: http://t.co/5dMJxAdbYN
Three most impt 'Hawks Monday? I say RWilson, RSherman, BWagner. Combined 2013 cap number: $2.26m. That's less than half of Percy Harvin's.
Learn why Gene Steratore calls Tuesday "our moment of truth" in our Week in the Life of An Officiating Crew, beginning Wed @theMMQB.
RT @calaufer: Will Texans be looking QB with top 5 pick? ... Guess so. Got time to figure it out. Draft is 156 days away.
Off grid for a bit, and Mariota/Hundley stay, and news of the Salt-water Marlin. That's a newsy afternoon.
RT @jcook22222: You do say some dumb sh-t sometimes Pete ... The truth is dumb?
Two thoughts: NFL's a meritocracy. America's the land of opportunity. Adongo gave up a huge rugby career to try the NFL. Good for him.
MT @Burkilonious: great story, indeed. however, feel bad for neglected players who've played at least 1game of football ----------
So the Colts will unveil Daniel Adongo the rugby player. I absolutely love this. One of the stories of the year. 6-6, 256-lb OLB.
And whatever the sanction, NFL also needs to slap wrists of 2 officials who watched Tomlin and did not throw a flag.
Good for Tomlin taking his deserved medicine. Gut feeling is the NFL will look kindly on his mea culpa. Bet sanction is only heavy fine.