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Thursday, September 8, 2011

NFL Predictions

My NFL Predictions
AFC East
AFC North
AFC South
AFC West
San Diego
Oakland Raiders
Kansas City Chiefs
Denver Broncos
NFC East
Dallas Cowboys
Philadelphia Eagles
New York Giants
Washington Redskins
NFC Central
Green Bay Packers
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Minnesota Vikings
NFC South
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
NFC West
San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Arizona Cardinals

The Playoffs
NFC Playoffs:
Wild Card Round
Philadelphia at San Francisco
Chicago at Dallas
AFC Wild Card Round
Ravens at Tennessee
Houston at Pittsburgh
NFC Divisional Round
Philadelphia at Green Bay
Chicago at Tampa Bay
AFC Divisional Round
Pittsburgh at San Diego
Ravens at New England
NFC Conference Championship
Philadelphia at Tampa Bay
AFC Conference Championship
San Diego at New England
Super Bowl
San Diego vs. Tampa Bay
Super Bowl Champion
San Diego Chargers

Yes, I'm picking the San Diego Chargers and yes I am picking them to play the Tampa Bay Bucs in the Super Bowl. Partly because I believe strongly in the ability in Josh Freeman to continue to grow as a QB but mostly because I think that the combination of La Garrett Blount and Josh Freeman will be a dynamic duo that will cause havoc on the NFL. If I'm wrong, the world won't end but if I'm right then the world probably already ended.


Monday, August 8, 2011

Stevie Williams needs a Reality Check

Stevie Williams, Golf Caddie, sooner or later will realize he is a highly paid carrier of a golf bag but Sunday, he chose to launch himself ahead of his new boss and into the spot light by taking a shot at the man who made him rich, Tiger Woods, his former friend and boss who fired him as his caddie two weeks ago. Mr. Williams has gone on a media offensive saying the move “Stunned him” and he “wasted two years of his life in support of Tiger” but Sunday after his new boss, Adam Scott, won the World Golf Championship, Mr. Williams forgot what he did for a living during an interview with CBS’s David Feherty:
"I've been caddying for 33 years and that's the best week of my life ... and I'm not joking," ... There were a lot of expectations today. I'd be lying if I didn't say I was a little nervous. Obviously, Adam was leading the tournament and there was a lot being said this week, so it was great to back it up. ... But honestly that's the best week of my life; I've caddied for 33 years, 145 wins now, and that's the best win I've ever had."
This obvious dig at Tiger Woods for “leaving” him after everyone else ran for the hills due to Mr. Woods’s personal life taking an Atomic bomb like personality of its own. While it is difficult to defend a man who slept with more woman than porn star Sasha Grey; all Woods did was move on from his past while Stevie Williams as Jim Nantz pointed on Sunday lost touch with the past,” You call that the biggest win of your career after 13 major championships with Tiger Woods and (also) call this the greatest week of your life. ... It's a pretty interesting comment."
Stevie Williams is nothing more than a butler shown pouring drinks on “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous”. He cleans another man’s balls, washes towels and cleans cleats for a living but after receiving so much from Tiger Woods, Mr. Williams feels that he is owed something more than the millions of dollars in his bank account. William’s rant popped Tiger in the mouth and changed the story from Adam Scott to Stevie Williams and Tiger Woods. When Woods finally wins a tournament so will name his caddie by name and call him the greatest Caddie he has ever had.
There have been plenty of Stevie Williams’ types throughout history, Tonto comes to mind; and since being the “Robin” was not good enough for Mr. Williams, he joined a long group of former “friends” that have turned their back on the famous golfer. It’s amazing how when someone is on top of the mountain, nobody questions them, but at the first sign of an avalanche everyone is quick to light another stick of dynamite. What Williams forgot the most is that HE HAS NOT WON ANYTHING, HE’S A CADDIE!
Sunday, Stevie Williams lost his voice in the media and today he is the story but like other “sidekicks” when his TMZ fame fades and the cameras are gone; he’ll still be Steve Williams, “Current PGA Caddie for Adam Scott” and Tiger Woods will still be Tiger Woods, owner of 13 Majors and the greatest golfer of all time.