Archive for October, 2008
I saw this on Haseeb’s blog:
It’s a parody of TI’s song, “Whatever you like”.
Here are the Lyrics:
Skip to around 5 minutes into the clip if you don’t want to watch the whole thing.
Thank you Ben!
I got this in an email foward. This is really sad.
Racism in Florida:
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What a devastating week for the NFC East. The Cowboys lost. The Redskins lost. The Giants lost. Unfortunately the Eagles won, but they’re in last place still.
I don’t feel like going over the games. I was happy Dallas and Washington lost, but then we joined them when the Cleveland Browns pummeled us. We really sucked in that game. Eli Manning was off. Our defense was playing like the “allas Cowboys” (No D). Man! Only 2 touchdowns with all of those completions, first downs and yards. That interception in the 4th quarter for a touchdown really killed me. I actually went to sleep after that. Score remained the same after that TD.
The only thing good out of all of this is that we are still the NFC East’s #1 team.
That was just plain disrespectful and rude.
The NFC East is going to be difficult to take. Let’s do a recap of the important games:
Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants
We don’t need Plaxico Buress to win. We just need touchdowns and completed receptions. That is exaclty what Eli Manning, Brandon Jacobs and Domenik Hixon did. We havent really played any tough teams other than the Redskins, so I’m not going to really start calling for another Superbowl just yet. I’ll wait till we play the Cowboys and Eagles.
Giants: 44 – Seahawks: 6
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles
Jason Campbell put up okay numbers but yet they won and have the entire NFL watching and talking about them. I actually believe the score should have been higher for the Redskins, since they scored 3 field goal attempts which could have turned into touchdowns instead. They still need some work in finishing in the red zone. The Eagles are no longer a threat for the top 3 in the NFC East
Redskins: 23 – Eagles: 17
Titans are undefated. Cowgirls almost lost to Cincinnati Bengals. Reggie Bush had 2 return punt touchdowns but the New Orleans Saints still lost to the Minnesota Vikings.
Due to last days of Ramadan and Eid celebrations I was not able to do my week 4 revew, but to summarize all my feelings here is what I have to say:
The Cowgoys lost. The Giants are Number 1 in the NFC East. What a good Eid gift!
Thank you Redskins for beating the Cowgirls!
Week 5 starts today! Can’t wait!