Not a sports fan but I did have fun telling friends in Seattle that the
Niners were going to show the Seahawks how to play football. (No I won't
be watching the game).
On 01/19/2014 07:12 AM, Richard Williams wrote:
Championship Predictions: Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning
and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. The question is do the
Patriots plan to stop Peyton Manning? Peyton Manning and Tom Brady
square off for the 15th time, in Denver. And the San Francisco 49ers
at Seattle, where Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick meet for the
third time this season. Go figure.
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The Denver Post:
Denver Broncos: 1st AFC West
Pittsburgh Steelers: 2nd AFC North
On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 10:48 AM, Share Long <sharelon...@yahoo.com
yep, as the planet vibes up for various holidays and holy days,
people are unstressing!
On Monday, December 23, 2013 10:45 AM, Richard J. Williams
<pundits...@gmail.com <mailto:pundits...@gmail.com>> wrote:
"Consider Joe Fitzgibbon, a Democratic state representative whose
district includes Seattle. In the wake of Seattle's loss,
Fitzgibbon popped off on Twitter in a way he'd soon regret. He
deleted the tweet, but oh, guess what ... the Washington State
Republican party got a screengrab, and shared it."
On 9/24/2013 1:28 PM, Richard J. Williams wrote:
Around here it's it's all about football.
Back in the old days, there was one important name in NCAA
college football sports
that really mattered : Darryl Royal.
"... three national championships (1963, 1969, 1970), 11
Southwest Conference titles,
and amassed a record of 167–47–5. He won more games than any
other coach in
Texas Longhorns football history."
'Power Ranking the Top 5 NFL Prospects on 2013 Longhorns Team'
Now, it's all about Johnny Manzel.
'Johnny Manziel's astounding family history'
Around here in the old days, it was all about Roger Staubach in
Now, it's all about Tony Romo and Peyton Manning.
'Cowboys win over Rams was one of Tony Romo’s best games'
Dallas Morning News:
'Peyton Manning carves up Raiders as Broncos dominate'
'Broncos, Peyton Manning are flirting with NFL history'
Los Angeles Times: