The NFL is king. Little doubt exists when the question of the most dominant sport in America is raised. The NFL has been the preeminent sport in the U.S. for the past ten to twenty years. With the exponential increase in the popularity of fantasy football, the earning of billions of dollars through television contracts, and year round coverage, the NFL is likened to a rolling well oiled train with no stop in sight. For how much longer?? One may scoff at the notion of the NFL sliding in any way or be skeptical of anyone who suggests such a thing.
TG: Actually it’s just because I have so many ties in both places. I have friends and families in both places. That’s pretty much how it happened. Both coaches prefer people who have been (in their towns) before and have experience in Oklahoma and Utah. That’s what I came here.
The Blues versus the Wild has the makings of a low scoring affair. However, there is a chance Chris Mason might need the night off for this one, and if so that could change. Just something to keep an eye on. I still wouldn’t expect that much scoring from these two teams. David Backes and Andy McDonald are pretty good spot starts from St. Louis, and Pierre Marc-Bouchard and Owen Nolan are worth playing from Minnesota.
Everywhere you go, you can see different styles and brands of slim and thin mobile phones. People know that the trend for mobile phones is focused on the thinner phones.
Two years ago, many considered Brandon Wood to be the top prospect in all of baseball. A shortstop, he hit 43 home runs and batted .321 in the Single-A California League. But the Angels already have Orlando Cabrera at the Major League level and Erick Aybar is also a Major League quality shortstop in the system. The Reds meanwhile have been less than thrilled with the strikeouts of Adam Dunn, who still posts a .528 slugging mark despite fanning once every three times at the plate. The Reds also recently demoted former top prospect Edwin Encarnacion, a third baseman with lots of promise. Cincinnati is in the market for pitching, so a Brandon Wood and Chris Bootcheck (3.52 ERA in 10 games direct ontvangen as a RP) for Adam Dunn and Edwin Encarnacion deal could help both squads.
Make a list and check it twice. Whether you are planning the feast, looking for gifts or just in charge of arrangements, making a list of things that need to be done or items that need to be purchased, helps to take the guesswork out of what needs to be done next. Plus if you stick to the list you can save money by not impulse buying and by taking advantage of any sales that come along. This way you know ahead of time what needs to be taken care of and it should eliminate some of the last minute stress worrying about what might have been forgotten.
That’s it for the Sunday preview. While you will probably be more wrapped up in the brackets for the NCAA Tournament coming out, I hope you at least have a little bit of time for hockey. If not, there is plenty to go around today. Good luck in all of those games!