The NFL season is almost upon us -- I know this because
No, the Jay Cutler I know had a 17-20 record in three years with the Broncos and an 11-34 record in four years at Vanderbilt. Then again, he was 26-1 his final two years in high school, which means the city of Chicago should be excited about him if he's enrolling at Northside College Prep. Otherwise, we're looking at a 28-54 record since 2001 and a fella who always talks a good game but always walks into the losers' locker room.
He's got 9-7 written all over him -- if he overachieves.
Sanchez has movie-star looks and throws a nice pass. If he can act, Hollywood should cast him as a quarterback in its next big football blockbuster. As for playing a quarterback in real life in New Jersey, I think he's going to be more Turnpike Mark than Broadway Joe.
P.S. I hope he adjusts to the pay cut, coming to the NFL from USC.
Frankly, if Brady played for any other coach than
Let me say this about the unceasing Michael Vick commotion: He committed a crime, he was convicted of the crime, he did prison time for the crime and now -- best I can tell according to U.S. law and custom -- he is allowed to work again despite the crime. Which, in Philadelphia, means that if he throws a couple of interceptions, they'll run his butt right back to Leavenworth.
Then again, as one of my readers,
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Q. Can Detroit Lions owner