That’s four pennants in six years. Now it’s time to get Dusty his first World Series title.
Oh, and you do realize that the Astros might be even better next year, right? Remarkable.
But there is this. Verlander is 0-6 in seven World Series starts. Just keepin’ it real…
And, no, I am not overlooking the Phillies.
It’s a shame we all have to wait until Friday, doncha think?
I don’t know why I’m hearing so many Cowboy fans putting a verbal “asterisk” next to Sunday’s 24-6 victory over the Lions. That was a good win, period. The Lions have a strong offense, and they didn’t score a touchdown. Dallas got Zeke and Tony going. Dak is back. There’s no reason to look that “W” in the mouth.
Now the Boys will play all four members of the NFC North on consecutive weeks, starting with the Bears next Sunday in Arlington.
The less said about the Texans, the better.
Right now it appears the Chiefs, Bills and Eagles (in whatever order you prefer) have separated from the other 29 NFL teams. Kansas City made a strong statement in hanging 44 on the 49ers. The Chiefs averaged 9.1 yards per play in dropping SF to 3-4.
And speaking of 3-4, we introduce Aaron Rodgers and the Packers along with Tom Brady and the Bucs.
Seeing Mike Evans kick that wide-open deep ball provided the perfect visual metaphor for the Bucs’ decline. Tampa Bay has lost four of its last five. The Buccaneers can’t run the ball a lick, and now suddenly they can’t stop the run, either.
Saquon rushes for 110. Daniel Jones (who is a much better athlete than most people realize) adds 107. And that’s how the Giants have gotten to 6-1.
The Jets are looking great at 5-2. But I’m just sick about the knee injury suffered by rookie running sensation Breece Hall.
Does Denver still have an NFL team?