Posted on: October 25, 2008 8:22 pm

I'm back, and this time, no kidding, for good.

I've decided to return to CBS Sports, and I'll be staying this go around. Looking forward to posting and blogging with you in the future.
Category: General
Posted on: May 26, 2008 11:25 pm

Distraught over my favorite blog

What happened to Shuless Joe's "while you were sleeping" installments? I loved being able to sift through the cream of the crop from yesterday's blogs, and sometimes getting a mention myself (the Super Bowl Series). Where's the love? I want Shulaces to feature "While You Were Sleeping" again...

Haha as a top 100 member I demand it! :P
Posted on: January 28, 2008 8:25 pm
Edited on: January 28, 2008 8:43 pm

Super Bowl Musings - Tuesday - Super Bowls 22-41

Back again and with a nice plug from Shuless Joe at that. Thanks. Oh, and I CAN fight like Kimbo Slice. I simply choose not to. Plus that outtie is more than enough to knock a man to the ground in fear. Anyway, Sticking to the schedule and subject at hand.

Tomorrow's blog post will have a bit more... substance to it as i break down trends and anti-trends in the MVP honors. I will do the same on saturday as far as the scores/stats/players/teams go after a brief listing of the top ten most scintillating Super Bowls in history on Friday. Also i'll provide numbers for those (like i, admittedly) of us who are Roman Numeral... adverse. While this takes a factual route, tomorrow will have a more trivial subject.

Super Bowl XXII (22) - Washington Redskins 42 Oakland Raiders 10
MVP: QB Doug Williams, Washington Redskins

Super Bowl XXIII (23) - Cincinnati Bengals 16 San Francisco 49ers 20
MVP: WR Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XXIV (24) - San Francisco 49ers 55 Denver Broncos 10
MVP: QB Joe Montana, San Francisco

Super Bowl XXV (25) - Buffalo Bills 19 New York Giants 20
MVP: RB Ottis Anderson, New York Giants

Super Bowl XXVI (26) - Washington Redskins 37 Buffalo Bills 14
MVP: QB Mark Rypien, Washington Redskins

Super Bowl XXVII (27) - Buffalo Bills 17 Dallas Cowboys 52
MVP: QB Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl XXVIII (28) - Dallas Cowboys 30 Buffalo Bills 13
MVP: RB Emmitt Smith, Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl XXIX (29) - San Diego Chargers 26 San Francisco 49ers 49
MVP: QB Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XXX (30) - Dallas Cowboys 27 Pittsburgh Steelers 17
MVP: CB Larry Brown, Dallas Cowboys

Super Bowl XXXI (31) - New England Patriots 21 Green Bay Packers 35
MVP: KR/PR Desmond Howard, Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl XXXII (32) - Green Bay Packers 24 Denver Broncos 31
MVP: RB Terrell Davis, Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XXXIII (33) - Denver Broncos 34 Atlanta Falcons 19
MVP: QB John Elway, Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XXXIV (34) - St. Louis Rams 23 Tennessee Titans 16 ( ONE YARD SHORT. AUGH.)
MVP: QB Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams

Super Bowl XXXV (35) - Baltimore Ravens 34 New York Giants 7
MVP: LB Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl XXXVI (36) - St. Louis Rams 17 New England Patriots 20
MVP: QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXVII (37) - Oakland Raiders 21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48
MVP: FS Dexter Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) - Carolina Panthers 29 New England Patriots 32
MVP: QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXIX (39) - New England Patriots 24 Philadelphia Eagles 21
MVP: WR Deion Branch, New England Patriots

Super Bowl XL (40) - Seattle Seahawks 10 Pittsburgh Steelers 21
MVP: WR Hines Ward, Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl XLI (41) - Indianapolis Colts 29 Chicago Bears 17
MVP: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts

Tune in tomorrow for a breakdown of all 42 past super bowl MVPs! Thanks for reading.

Super Bowl Musings Schedule

Tuesday -- Next 20 Super Bowls and their MVPs
Wednesday -- Breakdown of MVPs
Thursday -- 10 Most Interesting Super Bowls
Friday -- Super Bowl Controversies/Oddities
Saturday -- Preview Of Super Bowl XXXXII
Posted on: January 25, 2008 4:42 pm

Terrelle Pryor Is A Piece Of Crap

I swear, as a Wilmington Area School District graduate, it was tough to see them lose that fateful day in the semi-finals against Jeannette. But it hurt even more to see such a classless kid administer it. The kid was signing autographs at his own BOOTH, signed his cleats and tossed them into the crowd, and jawed off to anyone with an ear, much less two. This kid is going to get punished in the NCAA and NFL for his big mouth and i can't wait to see it happen. There's something the kids in Jeannette, including their coach, don't realize about next year either. Terrelle Pryor fell into their lap and he's about to fall right back out. I'm glad the Greyhounds are set for yet another playoff run (looking for a third consecutive District 10 Championship) as the Jayhawks get ready to fall off the face of the earth. Their mouths will still be open next year but it'll be more of a jaw drop than anything else.

Moral Of The Story: Terrelle Pryor is about as classy as Jack The Ripper.
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