Salary cap has been taking some heat the past few weeks from his idiot coworker we will call SCRF. His real name is outfield. He made these predictions about the baseball playoffs after his Mets choked. So, with bitterness in his heart, he made some daring moves and had the Rockies and Red Sox in the World Series. Of course, he went too far and had to say the Rockies would win. Well, anyway, I told him he had a better chance of being a porn star than the Rockies winning. So, in your face, you POS. Your predictions were just like your Mets, great in the beginning and then just horrible. Enjoy your offseason and only 4 more months before pitchers and catchers report.
So, I have been a huge hockey fan since I was a wee little boy. Now that I am older(not taller), I have watched my Flyers teams evolve from Brian Propp and Tim Kerr to last year’s team of pure garbage and Simon Gagne. What Paul Holmgren has done(does anyone else remember him as a Flyer, God I am old) as GM is nothing short of a miracle. Taking a team that won only 10 games on home ice last year to this year’s team tha is undefeated at home. Daniel Briere, Jeff Carter and Mike Richards have given the Flyers the depth down the center I thought they would have once they signed Danny boy. Another move, which you have to give to Coach Stevens, is moving Richards onto the first line power play unit at the point. But, as with all Philly teams, there is a warning. The next eight games are on the road, so we will see how good this team really is. If the Flyers get 8-10 points out of this trip, I will feel like this is a playoff year. Here is to hope and me watching.
Also, I found these cool flip flops.
In 1925 Pottsville was universally regarded as the best football team in the world. The talented, ground-breaking and honorable players on the Maroons not only helped legitimize the fledgling NFL, they also inspired the kind of transcendent civic pride that would later turn pro football into our national pastime. — this was filed by ESPN …
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