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Righteous Wrap-Up, Week 3
Hold on a second. (surfacing for air) Great. Ive summarily dunked my head forty times in the toilet from Trainspotting as penance for my awful, historically crappy picks from Friday. Ive never had a week of whiff after whiff. This calls for a dramatic re-assessment of my methodology, but Im still too wounded to do that now. Especially not on the heels of such a sucker-punch victory of the Bears over my Packers. Why dont I lick my wounds with a little distraction, a re-cap of this weekends triumphs and tribulations? As always, I start with the Packers game, followed by highlights/lowlights of the week and the No Huddle section to follow. I welcome comments (I am starved for attention) in the box below, so if you feel like you need to scorn me one more time, theres your opportunity. Ill also take the time to plug my Twitter (@greenbayblog) which is probably a better bet for you in the future since I can only be so incorrect in 140 characters or less. THINGS IM STILL PONDERING Aaron Rodgers had his team in position to win, but a bizarre bounce was all it took to end his comeback bid. Really, do you think ten penalties is too much? Try fifteen. Wait, make that seventeen, tying a franchise record. Most of the penalties were on the offensive line. Aaron Rodgers wasnt sacked Monday night (phew!) but four of the five Packers starters on the O-line had a penalty against him. There were a few potential game-changing penalties in the fourth quarter. Rookie linebacker Frank Zombo stupidly hit Jay Cutler helmet-to-helmet, wiping out an extremely athletic (and what would have been a back-breaking) INT by Nick Barnett. At the two-minute warning, rookie safety Morgan Burnett got called for pass interference on a Nick Collins INT. The penalty placed the ball at the Packers 9 and essentially gift-wrapped the win for the Bears (Robbie Gould would go on to kick the winning nineteen-yard field goal four plays later). Those werent the only self-induced injuries. A Jermichael Finley touchdown was nullified by a holding penalty. Two plays later, Julius Peppers jumped between Josh Sitton and Bryan Bulaga to block a Mason Crosby field goal (Crosby had been 5-for-5 on the year to that point). How about the James Jones fumble that aborted a Packers drive at midfield and gave the Bears the ball back with 2:15 to go? HOW DOES THAT BALL NOT BOUNCE OUT OF BOUNDS LIKE IT DOES NINETY-NINE PERCENT OF THE TIME? Caps Lock is not strong enough to express my bewilderment. The play happened right on the Packers sideline, so youd think someone would have gotten a great view. Except not. Mike McCarthy burned a timeout on a foolish challengethink that T.O. would have come in handy I dont know right at the end when you needed to conserve time for your quarterbackbutinsteadlettheclockwinddown. I better move to a new paragraph before I take a bath in whiskey. My highly analytic assessment of the Bears win: whatever. Theyre 3-0, but its smoke-and-mirrors. Jay Cutler hangs so many balls up in the air youd think someone on the sideline was yelling PULL! Matt Forte was invisible. Their defense is swarming and hard-hitting, absolutely, but I dont see the Bears winning on the road very often. Dont think the Packers didnt beat themselves in this game? Let the statistics bear my argument. Aaron Rodgers alone (316 yards passing) outgained the entire Bears offense (298 total yards). The Packers sacked Cutler three times while Rodgers got sacked zero times and Green Bay didnt turn the ball over (no, I dont count an INT on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half as a legitimate turnover). Charles Woodson ripped the ball out twice but unlike the Bears, didnt get the breaks. One fumble hopped out of bounds, one was mysteriously ruled down by contact (replays showed otherwise). No Bears defender had an answer for Jermichael Finley (9 catches for 115 yards) but of course, he had to leave the game with cramps during the second half. The Packers had almost 12 minutes more in the TOP battle (thats almost a full quarter!). You tell me that a goofy fumble, Packers penalties, and a nice Devin Hester punt return TD arent the only reasons the Bears won, and Ill challenge your sanity. Time to move on. I dont need an aneurysm tonight. MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH Polamalu, seen here mid-transit to his moon base, has taken the Steelers D to great heights. Keystone statements. On Friday, my buddy Devin (lifelong Steelers fan) informed me that I had picked against Pittsburgh the first three weeks of the year. I had been 0-2 at that point and he wanted to know what I had against the Stillers, as they are called in the ingratiating Yinzer accent of Western PA. I told him that I felt weird backing a team that put in Dennis Dixon then Charlie Batch at quarterback. In their first two games, Pittsburghs offense had a whopping zero touchdowns in regulation time. That offense was ranked 31st in the league and had to travel to humid Florida to take on a young, energetic squad? Smelled ripe for an upset (in fact, I made it my Upset Special). What I should have done was listen to Devin, who all but made a case that Troy Polamalu was the real Pittsburgh quarterback. He was right. That Burgh defense has some serious teeth. Apart from a few early drives, Josh Freeman spent his day either running for his life or throwing three-to-five-yard horizontal routes. Pittsburghs safeties were tested rarely. Tampas longest pass in the second half occurred on a screen route where Earnest Graham broke a few tackles. Meanwhile, Pittsburghs offense had little trouble sniffing the end zone, and even if a couple of the touchdowns were thanks to goofy bounces, Tampa had no business being on that field. I know Pittsburgh has yet to play a team that went to the playoffs in 2009 next week against Baltimore will be their first true test but its hard to find a team thats so willing and ready to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Five hours down the Pennsylvania Turnpike from Heinz Field lay Lincoln Financial Field, which was football-less this weekend. Like the Steelers, the Eagles had made their way to Florida to beat up the Jaguars. (Florida went 0-3 against teams from Pennsylvania and New Jersey this weekend.) I watched the bulk of this game over at my buddy Brendans house. Brendans liked the Eagles as early as he could imitate Randall Cunningham running in circles. As dedicated as a follower as he is, I listen when he tells me hes still not sure benching Kevin Kolb for Michael Vick is the right decision. Eventually, he feels, Kolb will be the quarterback and that Vick is more or less a stop-gap solution. I tend to agree with this summary of the quarterbacking situation in Philadelphia Vick is as frustrating as he is talented, especially when it comes to important games but for the time being, the former felon has restored order to the Eagles offense. Just like in his heyday with Atlanta, linebackers and cornerbacks are forced to make on-the-fly decisions on whether or not to drop further into coverage or to charge the line to tackle the elusive Vick. Usually, the dual-threat attack works on an unseen, third level by introducing elements of paralysis and confusion to opposing defenses, meaning its possible Vick could pass or throw and find success. Its not unbeatable. Athletic linebackers can spy Vick or defenses can play a pressure-contain rush (instead of a standard gap rush) and force him to win games with short and intermediate routes, throws hes had trouble with his whole career. And when that happens, LeSean McCoy may have to step up his role in the offense to help the Eagles win. Will Andy Reid continue his trend of bucking his past mistakes and allowing the running game to flourish? Well find out later in the year, probably as the Eagles are contending for the NFC East title. One of these things is not like the other things. At the conclusion of the third week of football, only three teams were left undefeated, a shockingly low amount for those of us conditioned to see Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, and Ben Roethlisberger all taking unblemished records deep into the autumn months in recent years. Weve already discussed two of those teams in previous paragraphs, but what about those plucky Kansas City Chiefs? Matt Cassel only averages 165 yards passing a game, good for 25th in the league, and his 4:3 TD:INT ratio wont singe your eyebrows. Wasnt he supposed to be the new Elvis Grbac in KC? Looks more and more like the Patriots was Friends and Cassel was Matt LeBlanc and the Chiefs are Joey. OK, thats unfair. At least one or two people laugh at the Chiefs. I remember this episode! Its the one where Matt steals millions from unsuspecting members of the Chiefs management to underperform but no one notices, because the plucky rookies keep winning games! Anyway, I laughed at the Chiefs chances this season. I was completely underwhelmed by recent high draft picks Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson (picked THIRD in 2009, what?), so I didnt have the most optimistic expectations of this years crop. But whoa, Eric Berry has justified his top-five selection as a safety, flying all over the field and acting like a savvy veteran. Fireplug Dexter McCluster has been everything the Chiefs dreamed of when they made an offer to the Chargers similarly built and talented Darren Sproles, only Kansas City didnt have to drop a huge pile of dimes to acquire McCluster. Tight end Tony Moeaki has been a revelation in Todd Haleys system. What is it with tight ends named Tony in Kansas City? Its too early, duh, to anoint these Baby Braves as having arrived. But the statistics bear out that any team starting 3-0 makes the playoffs about 75% of the time (at least in the last several decades), and KC already has a two-game lead on the other three teams in the division including a game in hand against perennial favorite San Diego. Arrowhead is going to be a-rockin for the rest of this season. Fool me thrice, shame on everyone. Continuing a theme introduced earlier, Im an idiot. I thought San Francisco was going to walk away with the putrid NFC West. Not so fast, claimed Mike Singletary! After starting the season 0-3, the Niners fired offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye only a day after Singletary gave him a public vote of confidence. Sounds like turmoil and chaos is brewing in San Franciscos cauldron. What gives with San Frans troubles? Theyve gotten the shakedown from three completely different teams: the aforementioned Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl champion Saints, and the weirdly resilient Seahawks. Thats a run-first team, a balanced offense (skewing toward pass), and a pass-first team. Only the Chiefs have a top-ten defense (in terms of scoring; theyre middle of the pack in yardage). What can San Francisco do right? Their supposedly fearsome defense is ranked last in the NFL in scoring, tied with the Bills (the BILLS) with 29 ppg. When the other team is averaging over four touchdowns worth of scoring, nobody is doing the job right. Frank Gore and newcomer Brian Westbrook have pushed San Fran to the lofty position of 27th in rushing. Alex Smith has the 12th most yards passing but only has two touchdowns against five interceptions. In the Napa region, we consider that a very poor pairing. Since 1990, only 3 of 103 teams that started 0-3 ever climbed their way back to playoff contention, none in the last eleven seasons. In the worst division in the NFL, maybe the Niners can rehabilitate themselves to a title. I doubt it, given the discombobulation found in all phases of the organization. Speaking of paltry 0-3 teams, how about the Cleveland Browns putting up a little fight against the Ravens Sunday? All it took was for a converted fullback thrown in as an afterthought to the Brady Quinn deal to run straight through the Ravens vaunted rush defense to make Cleveland feel lively. Then again, Peyton Hillis is not the answer to anyones prayers, and the Browns nonetheless lost to their divisional rival/franchise clone. For hilaritys sake, check out Vic Caruccis 2008 column where he explains that the Browns 0-3 start was no reason for panic and that Romeo Crennel and Derek Anderson had the talent to turn it around. Uh, no. Crennel got canned at the end of the season (has since resurfaced with the Chiefs as a defensive coach) and Derek Anderson is trying his best to screw around with the hearts of Cardinals faithful in Arizona. I think the Browns are in the same situation as Carolina and Detroittime for fans to start scouting college games for answers. You know the recession has hit the nation hard when even a Stanford grad cant keep his job for more than a few weeks. And then we have the Bills. All Ill say is when you cut your opening-day starting QB three weeks later, youre the worst. Dyson Vacuums ought to have a scientist in upstate New York to research how a team can simultaneously suck and blow so hard. THE NO-HUDDLE Both the Cowboys and Vikings kept the lemmings from diving off the cliff by winning in convincing fashion yesterday. Demarcus Ware rattled Matt Schaub like he was David Carr and Roy Williams had a Mickey Rourke-esque resurgence, grabbing a pair of touchdowns and over 100 yards in a win over the Texans, who once again curl into the fetal position with a chance to assert themselves. Meanwhile, Brett Favre had another poor performance. The difference was Adrian Peterson having another Adrian Peterson performance against the LionsSpeaking of Favre-like things, how bad was Eli Mannings underhand toss into triple coverage in the Giants shellacking at the hands of the TitansFrom the Some Things Never Change Department: Peyton Manning, nine touchdowns and zero INTs on the season; Tom Brady, eight touchdowns and two INTsFunny life for an NFL kicker, isnt it? Last January, you couldnt find a happier Saint than kicker Garrett Hartley, whose overtime strike sent New Orleans to its first Super Bowl. After three misses in three weeks, including a gimmie 29-yarder in overtime against the Falcons, coach Sean Payton has stated hes bringing in kickers this week to create an open competitionWatched a bit of Redskins/Rams without throwing up in my mouth. Funny how a culture can change when a strong-armed, likable quarterback such as Sam Bradford comes to townDeja vu in the Pacific Northwest: A touchdown toss from Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates in the fourth quarter of the Chargers/Seahawks game was negated by a holding call. The next play: Rivers to Gates for a touchdown. The ensuing two-point conversion, a pass from Rivers to wideout Legedu Naanee was called back since Naanee stepped out of bounds prior to catching the conversion. After the re-do, Rivers found Naanee again for the two points. The Seahawks eventually caught on. A late touchdown from Rivers to Cowboys castoff Patrick Crayton on fourth down was nullified due to penaltyon the subsequent play, Rivers pass was knocked down by defenders before it could reach, you guessed it, Crayton 30 SECONDS OF FAME! Let me start by saying that I normally love Burger Kings marketing. The King himself is a delight to see on my television, especially when hes breaking into McDonalds to steal the schematics for breakfast sandwiches. BK has never had qualms about being a little absurdist or goofy in their campaigns (think of the legions of little people used in promoting the Stacker sandwiches or the Ive got little hands guy for the Whopper) which tends to set them apart from the strangely wholesome McDonalds ads or the insufferably campy Wendys spots. However, the below is an atrocity. I ask you to watch it only if you havent already seen it, which seems impossible with its regular Sunday rotation. Click here to view the embedded video. The song is redundant, not catchy, full of awkward slant rhymes and unoriginal thoughts. The concept is apparently something approaching masculinity (only two females are shown in the entire minute-long commercial, and one of them is the obvious male fantasy trap) which is then juxtaposed by a homeless graduate student fake-playing a flute. Huh? Are we really that wanting for flute-based jokes? (Apparently yes, since the flute hobo has his own spinoff commercial that is even too insipid for Youtube to host.) I dont care how good the food might taste, Im going to actively avoid eating at Burger King out of an act of civil disobedience. WHAT IM WATCHING NEXT WEEK: Loving the Redskins @ Eagles drama for next week. So many subplots even without Donovan McNabb or Michael Vick. Who gets booed more: McNabb during the first Redskins series or Vick after his second interception? Patriots at Dolphins is a nice MNF affair with the loser falling to .500 and behind the Jets (who have to take a field trip to Buffalo). Also have to love, for fantasy purposes, the idea of the Saints hosting the Panthers. Drew Brees, coming off a loss, staying at home for the second week in a row, playing a crappy team with no threatening players on either side of the ball? Sign me up!
Film: Fame 'Slava' 2009
Žanr: Komedija / DramaScenario: Allison Burnett (Autumn in New York, 2000.), Christopher Gore (film iz 1980.)Režija: Kevin TancharoenGlavne uloge: Asher Book, Kristy Flores, Paul Iacono, Paul McGill, Naturi Naughton, Kay Panabaker, Kherington Payne, Collins Pennie, Walter Perez...Vise o filmu ovde...
The best Secret Garden and the first day of spring
Saturday March 20th is the first day of spring in 2010, in the Northern Hemisphere. Say good bye to winter with a new family book. The Secret Garden is a charming novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. In autumn 1910 the story was keep reading at:
Indians and Angels out of A.J. Burnett trade talk
As it stands now, though, Burnett will either be showing up for spring training ... The Post also reports that the left-handed DH spot that the Yanks still have available will likely fall to either Raul Ibanez or Johnny Damon, depending on who will take ...
Court allows man's past violence as evidence
ESCANABA - Past acts of violence by a Gladstone man - accused of beating a four-year-old last fall - will be allowed to be presented as evidence in the event of a jury trial, the court agreed Tuesday. Allen Joseph Brunette, 23, was arrested Oct. 14 after ...
Emmy Rossum: I styled backwards dress
The brunette beauty had fun taking the fashion risk ... Karan's show provided comfort from the cold with snug jackets for her DKNY line. The designer's Fall/Winter collection boasted an array of chic coats which were set off by waist-hugging belts.
Guinness approves Inlet ‘raft’ record (update)
An influx of more than 3,000 visitors saw tiny Inlet, at the head of Fourth Lake in the western Adirondacks, become a very busy place on an off-season fall weekend ... was originally reported as 1,925. Adele Burnett, tourism director for the town of ...
Poker dealer, history buff wins on ‘Jeopardy!’
Aside from the money, Burnett said he just enjoys competing and staying busy. In 2002, he won $11,000 after finishing second in Canterbury Park’s fall poker classic tournament. While still in California, he abandoned plans for a doctorate degree and a ...
Nevada Online Poker: Extension of Credit to Players?
according to Gaming Control Board member A.G. Burnett. While some of last year’s online poker scandals were continuing to play out in the fall, Silver State gaming regulators were in the midst of hashing out rules for a new era of online gaming.
Hawks drop 5th in row
Until teams fall more out of the race ... that's the challenge." Missing: Veteran Andrew Brunette could be sidelined for a significant period with an upper-body injury suffered during the course of the two games before Friday night.
Women's preview: SEC
No head-turning performances in the fall as a team, but senior Katie Burnett solid as always -- led the team with two top 10s. A young roster behind her. A T-5 at the Golfweek Conference Challenge was the team’s best fall finish. Senior ...
Jackets, Rams ready to rumble at regional
They’ve both been great at that all year and if they do that and all the cards fall where I think they should, we’ll be OK.” Both Phillips and Burnette will be pitted against the fourth-place finishers from the Jeffersonville Sectional ...
Mild winter puts pruners ahead of schedule
We had a lot better production," said Pat Burnett, owner of the Dryden orchard where Toban ... Another labor shortage, like during pear and apple harvest last fall, is likely again this coming fall, he said. Harold Schell, director of field ...
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Johnny Burnette
John Joseph "Johnny" Burnette (March 25, 1934 – August 14, 1964) was an American ... a gig in Niagara Falls in autumn 1956, when, as a result ...
Monterey Home Video
releases included a Dorsey Burnette tribute concert, a Sandahl ... Tomorrow , The Children of Sanchez , and Autumn Born - They also distribute ...
24 Timers Service
Championships in 1980 and released the album in autumn of the same year. ... "Rock Billy Boogie" – Rock Billy Boogie (John Burnette /Dorsey ...
Chris Feinstein
2001 | East Autumn Grin Matthew Ryan Bass, vocals (background) | ... com/2009/12/lifenotes-chris-feinstein-dead-bill-burnette-undergoes- ...
Frederick Lee Bridell
constraint, Bridell was able to travel to Italy in the autumn of 1858. ... Arianne Burnette, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography , Oxford ...
Delaney Bramlett
Everly Brothers , Spooner Oldham , Steve Cropper and Billy Burnette . ... one on the Easy Listening chart that autumn en route to going Gold . ...
Town Hall Party
The first radio broadcast was in the autumn of 1951 ... Guest stars were plentiful. Eddie Dean , Smiley Burnette , Jimmy Wakely , Sons of the ...
The Eternal Return (album)
(Senses Fail , Thrice , From Autumn To Ashes ) who had previously produced Darkest ... Personnel: Paul Burnette – bass Ryan Parrish – drums ...
Shining Star (Earth, Wind & Fire song)
1975 | Recorded Autumn 1974 | Format 7", 45 RPM | Genre Funk | ... References : edu/music/burnette/Mus570d/terms. htm | title Rock Music, etc., ...
Black-footed Cat
Females may have up to two litters during the spring, summer and autumn. They rear their ... External links: Burnette, S. (2011) http://www. ...