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Archive for December, 2010

Before I start this, if you hate Brett Favre or Katy Perry, two things reviled by a majority of people right now, I understand. Please, save yourself and don’t read this, because you will either hate me, yourself, or both. As another note, this will hopefully be the last post that I write regarding Favre this season. Thankfully. If you’ve made it this far, enter into the insanity that occurs when I have too much free time late at night. Do not click further if you plan to take this way too seriously.
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While reading some articles on Danny Woodhead (who is slowly but surely becoming a good replacement over Randy Moss as a player I’ll never hate), I saw a commercial for The Fighter, the new Mark Wahlberg movie that’s out and decided to read some reviews on it in order to see if it was worth seeing (which it does). My mind sort of drifted for a couple minutes, and when I focused again, I couldn’t tell whether or not I was reading about the “little fucker” or Mahhky’s new fahkin’ movie.

So now, I decided to turn it into a game. Which is it: Woodhead or The Fighter?
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April 24, 2010, from ESPN:

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren says the team has no plans to play Texas quarterback Colt McCoy as a rookie after selecting him in the third round of the NFL draft.

Though Cleveland fans may already be clamoring to see McCoy play, Holmgren cautions that it would be a mistake to put him on the field before he’s ready.

Holmgren, who has coached Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Steve Young and Brett Favre, said teams run the risk of “scarring” a young quarterback by playing him too soon.

Dec. 16, 2010, from the Cleveland Browns Twitter:

Mangini on Colt McCoy: The plan is for him to start this Sunday and the rest of the season. He’s been able to improve each week.

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