Monday, October 11, 2010

More fantasy updates and Brett Favre's penis

Okay so it's been a while since I last made a blog, but just wanted to let yall know that i'm pretty pissed off this week because my fantasy team manged to score a whopping 66 points this week.  After scoring 160 points last week, i feel a little ashamed to say that i scored so low, but my team had so many people come up short.  Speaking of coming up short, have you guys heard the story about Brett Favre sending his penis pictures to a former jets cheerleader?  if you haven't seen them yet i'll post a link to it later but from what i've heard about the story, when Brett was a member of the NYJ back a few years ago, he had a thing for a very pretty cheerleader and offered his phone number to her, which he gave to an intern to send it to her instead of going to her himself (lolz).  I guess her friends got a hold of the pictures somehow and sold it to for a high price and they posted the pictures all over their website.  No actions have been taken as of yet, but I feel that the commish of the NFL will end up suspending him for atleast 1 game for conduct detrimental to the league. And the moment you've been waiting for, Brett Favre's penis... Brett Favre's Penis! Enjoy!

- EK

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Randy Moss TRADED

Hey everyone, sorry for the few days off, but it's been a hectic few days here.  And I have some more bad news... RANDY MOSS IS NO LONGER A PATRIOT!  If you didn't know by now, Randy Moss (Former New England Patriots Wide Receiver (Future Hall of Famer)) was traded to the Minnesota Vikings for a 3rd & 7th round draft pick in next years rookie draft.  After the initial shock of it all on Wednesday morning, I was finally able to digest it and move on from him and focus on the rest of the season but it's still really tough to lose a guy that set the league record for Touchdowns back in 2007.  From what i've heard, the reason they got rid of him was because he has done nothing but bitch and moan about his contract and how he wanted a new one before his current contract with the Pats was even over.  This is a lot like the Manny Ramirez situation for the Red Sox, where the player was not happy that he had to play though a contract that he had signed years prior and basically forced the hand of Theo Epstein to trade him out of town.  It's a big loss for the Patriots but I believe that this will benefit them in the future.  Next years draft they have two picks in round 1, 2, 3 and 4 which could give them atleast a couple of good players in the future if they hit on any.  It's time to move on though, the Pats are on a bye week and they need to focus on the Ravens coming into town, so lets get focused here and beat the RAVENS!

- EK

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Fantasy Football

Just letting you guys know that I KILLED it this week in Fantasy Football.  I'm in a 12 team league with my buddies and my team scored a whopping 149 points against my opponents 74.  I still have my kicker to go on Monday so I should get over the 150 mark, which will be the most points scored this year by any team in the league!  Right now, I'm looking at a 2-1 win/loss record which will be a 3-1 record after Monday.  I'll be tied with the only person to beat me so far (he's in my division).  I only lost to him by one lousy point 114-115.  He has a good team and scored over 100 points again this week, I'm of course in the division that has the 3 best teams so it's going to be tough all season long.  But I'm happy that I got the W today against a previously undefeated team and hopefully I can continue the success throughout the season so I can get that 200 dollar cash prize at the end! =)


Friday, October 1, 2010

Lebron James cries racism

Lebron James was asked in an interview recently if he thought the backlash that he received after announcing on his one hour self love televised show "The Decision" had something to do with racism?  Now before I give you his answer, please understand what kind of egomaniac "King James" really is, this guy has been told since he was 13 years old that he was the best thing since sliced bread, he played in high school where he absolutely dominated his opposition and was the most hyped player to come to the NBA ever.  There are no doubts of this guys skills, he has received MVP trophies, a trip to the NBA finals and numerous All Star selections, this guy is one of the greatest players to ever play the game but can't you just be a little more humble Lebron? When asked the question if he thought that racism played a part in the backlash he has received in leaving Cleveland as a Free Agent to move on to Miami his answer was "I think so, at times.  Race is always a factor"  Let me just say this Lebron, NO, RACISM IS NOT THE REASON PEOPLE IN CLEVELAND AND MOST OF THE COUNTRY HATE YOU.  It's because you are such an egomaniac that you had to go publicly humiliate an entire state on live TV just so you can pronounce that you're taking your talents to Miami.  The people of Cleveland loved you, but when you do something of this nature, they are going to turn on you and be very bitter about it.  And the sad thing about doing it on live TV is that he's holding the Boys & Girls club that he donated all of the money he made from the live shoot as a shield saying that he did all of that for the kids.  You could of just said that you enjoyed your time in Cleveland and you will always have a place in your heart for your fans there, but it's time to move on to Miami.  And if you really wanted to do something for the kids, just donate some of your hundreds of millions of dollars in your bank account, you didn't have to do all of this for the kids, really.  And for the racism accusation, it's your own fault, it has nothing at all to do with racism.  Yes, I realize that SOME of the backlash you may have got are just from your general bigots around the area that have a problem with you being black and would take a shot at you any chance they got, they're just ignorant and you should know by now to ignore people like that.  Lebron, I hope you learn from this and move on from using the race card at times when people criticize you, especially if you bring it upon yourself.  That's all I got for now until then, keep the race card in your wallets.

- EK