You're going to find this hard to believe but there are some people out there who actually are challenging my selection of the Giants to beat Patriots in the Supe XLII. This surprises me, too, but I'll get those people out of the way first; is this OK?
"The week gives the Giants chance to rest," she says. "It also gives
Bye, bye Supe Bowl preguntas, hello generics.
Here's my E-mailer of the Week,
Hmmm, pretty mild stuff for our prime award, but what the heck, Daryn needs friends after what he's been through.
And here's a man who needs no friends,
A long question of sociological import from
It seems that Jason is No. 1 on the list right now. At one time I wondered why it was necessary to go through the sham of the Rooney Rule if the guy were already picked, but I've changed my thinking. Anything that leads to more exposure is helpful because who knows, when an owner is exposed to someone with whom he might not be totally familiar, surprising things could happen. As far as Jones' sincerity as he conducts his interviews, should they even take place ... I can't speak for him. I think he has his mind made up right now, but maybe he'd be willing to entertain other ideas.
Still with the assistants, still with Garrett -- "Is he really as good as Jones thinks he is?" asks
One more trip, on this topic, from
"I've asked this question 100 times before," says
Daniel of Cayou, Mo., says the Patriots pull sneaky little, nasty moves on the field and get away with them because other teams try to be super-nice to them. Why? Maybe somebody wants to borrow money. I haven't noticed this.
Hall of Fame again, this time from
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