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SPOOKY IS SAYING PAULINA GRETZKY IS HOT ALONG WITH THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL EXPRESS
-- When small market baseball teams lose in playoffs, like Milwaukee Sunday night, its especially sad, because with Fielder walking away for big bucks, no way are the Brewers a playoff team next year; their pitchers stayed unusually healthy this year, too.
-- St Louis 3B David Freese was 12-22 with nine RBI in the NLCS.
-- Ray Lewis is the only guy in NFL history with 30 interceptions and 40 sacks.
-- Cincinnati Bengals have won field position battle in all six games.
-- With Bengals/Raiders battling for Wild Card spot in AFC, doesn’t that it seem even less likely that Carson Palmer gets traded to Oakland?
-- In their last five games, Buffalo has allowed at least 7.6 yards/pass attempt- they need to tighten that up some.
Tuesday's List of 13: Bottom 5 and top 8 in the NFL........
32) Rams—Completely non-competitive, and that’s the nicest thing I can say.
31) Dolphins—If Rams get the #1 pick, what will Miami give them for it? One of the few things St Louis doesn’t need is a quarterback. QB is one of many things Miami needs.
30) Jaguars—Do people in Los Angeles realize that Blaine Gabbert is probably their QB of the future?
29) Colts—You know, its not 100% etched in stone that Andrew Luck will be in next spring’s draft; he could go back to Stanford next year.
28) Vikings— If you’re playing a division rival on national TV, how do you show up unprepared to play? Might as well find out now if Christian Ponder is any good, because its obvious McNabb isn’t.
8) Lions—Interesting that Tony Dungy criticized Jim Schwartz for not walking away quietly from Jim Harbaugh’s slap on the back after Sunday’s game. Not everyone is as saintly as Dungy.
7) 49ers—Before we declare Harbaugh to be the next George Halas, remember that two years ago, Josh McDaniels had Denver at 6-0 and was being hailed as a coaching genius. How’s that working out?
6) Steelers—This ranking is based mostly on reputation and Big Ben having won two Super Bowls. They’ve been very good at home.
5) Saints—Interesting to see how Sean Payton does calling plays from the press box; also interested to see what plays get called by a guy on major painkillers.
4) Chargers—Nick Saban left LSU to coach the Dolphins, where he chose not to sign Drew Brees, who had been replaced in San Diego by Philip Rivers, whose brother then signed to play at LSU, coached by the guy who replaced Saban, Les Miles. Rivers will get to play against Saban for the next four years, since choosing Daunte Culpepper over Brees made Saban this generation’s Lou Holtz, a guy who couldn’t wait to scamper back into the college game.
3) Ravens—Way to beat Baltimore is to force Flacco to make quick decisions; if he has to time to throw deep, he’s not bad.
2) Patriots—Tom Brady is the best quarterback in the NFL right now and one of the three best I’ve ever seen. Brady is really, really good.
1) Packers—Defending champs are best til beaten, and that doesn’t look to be happening anytime soon.