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Thursday, August 26, 2010


Divorce is sad and almost always leaves a horrible mess behind. Will it be the same for a couple millionaires that can afford to pay to clean up the mess? What about the kids? I'm pretty sure they will be fine. Tiger and Elin will eventually become civil but it will take time. With that said....Tiger please get back to your old self. Now!!
Tiger's play has taken a hit throughout the divorce proceedings. I get that, and his top ranking is in jeopardy for the first time in years. He lost money like he invested with Madoff. The final payout? Over 100 million to his ex wife who deserves every penny after what he put her through. Not sure why he did what he did but the divorce is over now go back to your shady self Tiger! Please?
This time do it a little different. Pick up some shady sponsors, give out tweets of your text messages. Make that money back and then some. The ratings of his shady stories were through the roof!! Get a tattoo of Scarletts on your shoulders. Where am I going with all this? Golf.
Golf has lost a ton of viewership in your absence and continues to struggle with your foul play. Just get back up and make it happen and I know that all it will take is a little text or phone call or two or three to get you back playing championship caliber golf.
In conclusion, I think what he did was horrible, but I am a golf fan and golf needs Tiger to play better. Today's round is underway and the buzz is that he is playing well at the Barclays. With the divorce behind him, I hope we can once again watch without feeling sorry for a guy who I once admired as a family man. Now I see him a an athlete only!!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


Now that I have your attention..the amazing career of Manny Ramirez is coming to a screeching halt if you haven't noticed. This is primarily due to injuries he cannot recover from because he is probably no longer using steroids. As a long time Yankee Fan I recognized him as a very talented hitter. It was great seeing Manny and Papi in the middle of that lineup in Boston(as long as they were not playing the Pinstripes). I dig is antics and the drama that accompanies Manny in the club house. It's like he has a SLIM SHADY side to him. Just as Barry Bonds didn't really need the JUICE to crush the ball, they need the JUICE to recover from the workouts and minor injuries that come with the need for more bat speed as they age. In conclusion whatever team he makes it to, I hope he doesn't make it to the Yankees and here is why....
From a contender standpoint, Manny will disrupt the needed chemistry that accompanies championship aspirations. I know he helped Boston win the World Series, it came at a cost due to his antics. Tampa Bay has a great chemistry as do my Yankees. So I say it will be great to watch him live here in Tampa if he makes it past the White Sox and lands on the Rays roster for two reasons. It will give the Rays a decent bat in the lineup and will fill more of the seats which will bring in more money to throw at Carl Crawford's next contract. It could also backfire and melt the Rays down and push them out of contention with 3 or so series left with the Red Sox and Yankees. All it takes is Manny being Manny!

Sunday, August 22, 2010


Okay, so your fantasy Football draft is probably within the next week if you haven't had it already. After relying on Brian Westbrook the last 6 years I cut him last night just before my midnight deadline. He was great for 7 games a season and numerous 20 plus point performance. To me he is now Westbroke and will take up a roster spot for someone else. Not here.

Anyway, my fantasy league has been around quite a while and my keepers this year are not as solid as previous seasons. Scoring has shifted quite a bit the last 2 or 3 seasons with the use of Running back committees. With this shift, be aware that the receiver return on investment will be much more stable, especially with top tier receivers(unless of course they play the Jets with Darelle Revis if he signs).
My 5 keepers stack up as follows

1. QB Tom Brady-Easy to keep an obvious Top 5 QB I like the idea of Randy Moss in a contract year. I also see Moss as the type that could retire pretty soon. although he is talented, I don't find him being in love with the game only as a job, similar to Sticky icky Ricky Williams..and Barry Sanders.

2. RB Justin Forsett. I like his upside and his schedule. He is in a Committee situation but is the top runner.

3. RB Sticky icky Ricky Williams. I kept him because I just don't believe in Ronnie Brown and Williams was a stud for me last season. Again he talks about retirement but with all his baby mammas asking for money, I can't see him retiring any time soon. That could all change when he gets chiefed up next long offseason!

4. WR Terrell Owens. I traded my 4th round pick in next weekends draft for this head case. It is an all or nothing gamble but I hope the competition between him and Ocho works in my favor. I just hope he has something left in the tank, I need to see him doing sit ups in his driveway to put me at ease.

5. WR Wes Welker. Unreal that he is back already after knee surgery only six months ago. This guy is a scrapper and I may even keep him on my roster when he is 60. I dig his work ethic and I also like his backup Julian Edelman.

I will have a press pass for all USF games this fall..... I will be on twitter from the sidelines..follow me: supadupaD

Friday, August 6, 2010

FANTASY FOOTBALL IS ALMOST HERE! ARE YOU READY? A couple good sites to frequent.

If you're like me, you are counting down the hours to your first fantasy football draft. I have been in one league for about 8 years where you keep your 5 players and redraft another 11 rounds. Over the years I tried participating in other leagues only to experience cognitive dissonance. I quickly realized that it is hard to root for yourself completely as all your players are competing against one another. Forget it. Only one team from now on. Sorry guys but last year was rough having two completely different teams. free to a certain point of the season. Killer Statistical digestion. somewhat biased kind of the TMZ of Fantasy football but rumor mill is decent.

I frequent these two sites every morning of game day in hopes of seeing scratched players.

After riding the often injured but highly effective Brian Westbrook into the playoffs the last 5 years, I will probably cut him. As of today he is not on a team and had several concussions last season. He will backup someone somewhere. Maybe Tampa? I am allotted 5 keepers in my CBS league and I think TOM BRADY will bounce back this season. That is one of my keepers this season. More fantasy to post so stay tuned.

You can also follow me on Twitter: supadupaD


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