September 2009


Mauer is the class of the catchers that could be playoff-bound this year.

Mauer is the class of the catchers that could be playoff-bound this year.

With the MLB Playoff picture beginning to take its final shape, it’s time to start looking at each of the teams still in the race and see how they stack up against each other.  For the next week, I’ll be breaking down all the teams on a position-by-position basis. Today, we look at the guys calling the games, which really is a case of the haves and have-nots.

1. Joe Mauer, Twins
The guy might not only be the best catcher in the playoffs this year, but he might be the best player in the AL.  Mauer has had an unbelievable season for the Twinkies, and has kept it up even after the injury to Justin Morneau.  If Minnesota is going to make the playoffs, they need this guy to rise to the occasion in the next three days and lead them past the Tigers.

2. Brian McCann, Braves
It’s ironic that the teams with the two best players at this position are currently the two teams that are on the outside looking in.  McCann is the heart and soul of the red hot Atlanta Braves, and exactly what you look for in a catcher.  Very sound defensively, some power in his bat, and widely recognized in the Braves clubhouse as a team leader.  The Bravos seem to go as McCann does, and lately he’s been hot.  With games left against the Marlins and Nationals, there’s a chance we’ll get to see McCann in the national spotlight during the playoffs.

3. Yadier Molina, Cardinals
One of the Molina catching trio, but certainly the best of that group and one of the best in the Majors.  Molina enjoys quite a few comforts in the lineup, batting behind Albert Pujols and Matt Holliday, but even before Holliday came to St. Louis he was one of the better offensive catchers in the game.  Defensively he is often regarded as one of the best, and catching for guys like Chris Carpenter and Adam Wainwright hasn’t hurt him too much, either.

4. Jason Varitek/Victor Martinez, Red Sox
Had the Boston Red Sox not made the deal for Victor Martinez at the trade deadline, it’s hard to say where exactly they would have ended up.  V-Mart has increased the stability of the catcher position in Boston, and Varitek has responded with improved play in the second half.  Having both of them in the lineup in also a plus, as Martinez has really taken advantage of hitting in Fenway Park.  They are both very good game managers, as well, which is going to be important when they take on the Angels in the Divisional Series (barring a complete and utter collapse and the Rangers winning out.)

5. Russell Martin, Dodgers
Martin hasn’t had the offensive impact for the Dodgers that many were expecting him to have, but he remains an important piece of the puzzle for Los Angeles behind the plate, with a .994 fielding percentage this year, as well as throwing out 31% of all baserunners this season, which is important against teams that seem to always get more aggressive in the playoffs.

6. Jorge Posada, Yankees
Posada has the most playoff experience out of all of the catchers on this list and he would be much higher on here, but recent injuries have got to be a major concern for the Yankees and their aging catcher.  If New York deems that Posada can only DH for them, that means that they have to plug in Jose Molina or Francisco Cervelli into the lineup for every game during the playoffs and possibly bench someone like Hideki Matsui, which is a big blow to the vaunted Yankee offense.

7. Mike Napoli, Angels
It’s not that I don’t think highly of Mike Napoli, it’s just that the overall impact that he has on his team isn’t nearly as big as the players ahead of him on this list.  He is more than a serviceable player behind the plate, and has come up with some big hits for Los Angeles of Anaheim of California, et cetera, this season, but he just isn’t a huge part of the Angels’ master plan to win their first World Series since ’02.

8. Gerald Laird, Tigers
Most people don’t even realize that Gerald Laird is the Tigers’ starting catcher, especially since Brandon Inge is still widely listed as a catcher, and that’s because Laird hasn’t really had to do much this season, working with one of the better pitching staffs in the Majors, while being nicely protected in the bottom third of Detroit’s lineup.  Much like Napoli, he isn’t really a huge part of the Tigers as a team.

9. Chris Iannetta/Yorvit Torrealba, Rockies
I really don’t know what to make of these guys, or most of the Rockies, for that matter.  I don’t think that their really all that good on offense or defense, but they do what they can for Colorado.  They benefit from playing in Coors Field, but that’s just about all you can say about them.

10. Paul Bako/Carlos Ruiz, Phillies
It’s not good when you have Carlos Ruiz as your Opening Day catcher. It’s worse when you have to platoon him with journeyman Paul Bako because of the fact that they are both liabilities on the field for the defending champion Phillies.  This is a position where the Phils are going to have to make a decision on during the off-season.  They have some decent talent in the minors, but they might want to go out and look at a short-term fix, such as Paul Lo Duca or Johnny Estrada to but themselves more time.

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Peyton Manning made it look easy against a struggling Cardinals team Sunday Night.

Peyton Manning made it look easy against a struggling Cardinals team Sunday Night.

Week 3 in the NFL is officially in the books, with Indianapolis and Dallas winning their primetime battles with Arizona and Carolina, respectively.  There’s a lot that can be said about all four of these teams so far this year, so let’s get right to it.

On Sunday night, the hotly anticipated matchup between two of the league’s most proficient passing offenses turned into a one-sided affair, as the Colts handled the Cardinals, 31-10.  After the Cards failed to score and extend an early 7-0 lead, it seems like the wheels just completely came off on both sides of the ball.  They gave up multiple big plays to Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, Dallas Clark, and even rookie RB Donald Brown.  The big issue that the 1-2 Cards seem to have right now is that their offense has no balance, with the running game being amongst the worst in the NFL.  Tim Hightower was limited to 9 carries for 22 yards in the game, forcing Kurt Warner to throw 52 times in the game, often under a ton of pressure from Dwight Freeney and the rest of the Indy D-Line, which dominated in the trenches throughout the game, accumulating 4 sacks in the win.  The Cards are going to need to shore up their running game if they really expect to make it back to the playoffs this season.  They get a bye week this week before hosting another disappointing team so far in the Houston Texans.

The Colts have to feel good about themselves right now, moving to 3-0 and already holding a 2 game lead in the AFC South.  Peyton Manning is proving that he can win games with just about any combination of receivers on the field, as the unlikely Pierre Garcon once again looked very good in place of the injured Anthony Gonzalez and Donald Brown looks like a very smart first round pick.  The Colts now head home to take on a banged up Seahawks team before going into Tennessee to take on the 0-3 Titans.

Moving into the Monday Night game, it was another matchup of offenses that never really came into being, as Dallas grinded out a 21-7 victory over the still winless Panthers.  The big story in Big D was just that. Their defense finally showed up the way most people expected them to, pressuring Jake Delhomme, sacking him 3 times, and getting 3 turnovers from the struggling starter for Carolina.  There is some concern as Felix Jones left the game with a knee injury, but Tashard Choice carried the ball 18 times for 82 yards and a TD for Dallas’ lone offensive score. Dallas now looks to move to 3-1 as they head to Mile High Stadium to take on the 3-0 Denver Broncos next week.

As for the Panthers, it might be serious time for them to consider their options at QB.  For the second time in three weeks, Jake Delhomme was terrible, looking lost on the field and not being able to protect the football.  They also need to get back to running the football, which is what their team is built on with DeAngelo Williams and Johnathan Stewart on the roster.  It’s now critical for Carolina to get a win after the bye week, and they get a decent shot, hosting the Redskins in Week 5.

Finally, these Lions fans can take off their disguises after Detroit's 19-14 triumph over Washington...oh that's how they usually dress? Well alright then

Finally, these Lions fans can take off their disguises after Detroit's 19-14 triumph over Washington...oh that's how they usually dress? Well alright then

Another great afternoon of NFL games. Some were thrilling down to the last play, some were just blowouts, and maybe biggest of all, the Detroit Lions have won a football game.

Lions 19, Redskins 14
In one of the more interesting games of the year, the Detroit Lions ended one of the most well-noted losing streaks in NFL history by beating Washington at home.  The two key to this one had to be the sound play of rookie Matt Stafford, who was a respectable 21/36 for 241 yards and a TD, and the ability of the Lions’ D to stop the ‘Skins running game, holding Washington to just 65 yards on the ground.  For the Lions, a victory that the players are very relieved and thankful to have.  However, for the Redskins, they drop to 1-2 and the calls for Jim Zorn’s head have grown a lot louder.

Packers 36, Rams 17
Aaron Rodgers got the job done against a soft Rams defense, guiding his team into the endzone on three occassions, as the Packers bounced back from last week and the Rams lost more than just the game.  Rodgers was only 13/23 but threw for 269 yards and 2 TDs and also added a rushing TD.  Rams QB Marc Bulger was sacked by Aaron Kampman and had to leave the game with a shoulder injury. Former Raven 1st round pick Kyle Boller replaced him and was 17/36 for 164 yards, 2 TDs, and a pick.

Vikings 27, 49ers 24
Brett Favre made his first big impression on Minnesota fans by finding Greg Lewis on a 32-yard TD pass with 2 seconds left to lift the Vikes to a 27-24 victory over San Francisco, who lost Frank Gore after only one carry with a sprained ankle.  Favre was 24/46 for 301 yards and 2 TDs but was matched almost the whole game by surprising Shaun Hill, who was 15/25 for 195 yards and 2 TD passes to Vernon Davis.  At the end of the day though, Favre came through for Minnesota in a big way for the first time in his career and the Vikings are now 3-0.

Patriots 26, Falcons 10
The Patriots recovered nicley from last week’s loss to the Jets by handling the Atlanta Falcons. The Pats offense looked the way we thought it might, racking up 445 yards of offense, while New England’s defense limited the Falcons to just 257 yards and kept Matt Ryan & Co. out of the endzone, except for a short run by Michael Turner, who was otherwise ineffective again, with only 56 yards.

Jets 24, Titans 17
In a back-and-forth battle, it was Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets moving to an unlikely 3-0 with a close win over the now 0-3 Tennessee Titans.  Turnovers were the key to this one, as the Jets were able to force 3 turnovers, including a crucial 4th quarter Kerry Collins pick by LB David Harris.  Sanchez was a big factor in this one, scoring 3 TDs, one of which was a rushing TD, to guide the Jets who opened the game up 14-0, then fell behind 17-14 in the 3rd quarter, and then rallied to win it.

Eagles 34, Chiefs 14
Kevin Kolb put last week’s game behind him, throwing 24/34 for 326 yards and 2 TDs, as the Eagles made it look easy against the winless Chiefs.  The Philly defense also stepped up in this one, holding KC to just 196 yards on offense, including only 90 yards passing by Matt Cassel.  The silver lining for Cassel was that he was also 14/18 with 2 TDs.

Giants 24, Buccaneers 0
New York left absolutely no doubt in this one, shutting out the struggling Bucs. This was complete domination from start to finish with Eli Manning throwing for 2 TDs, Brandon Jacobs running for one TD, and holding Tampa’s anemic offense without a first down until late in the 3rd quarter.  The G-Men also held the ball for over 43 minutes in the blowout.

Ravens 34, Browns 3
Joe Flacco threw for 342 yards, Willis McGahee ran for 2 TDs, and the Ravens defense had four interceptions as the Ravens embarrassed the team they used to be in the Cleveland Browns.  Other than Baltimore’s dominance, the most interesting storyline might have been Brady Quinn getting pulled from the game for Derek Anderson, who was 11/19 with 3 picks in the second half.  No wonder the Browns had a QB controversy, they both can’t win or even throw a TD pass.  The Browns have now gone two games since scoring a touchdown, and have only scored 9 points in the last two games.

Jaguars 31, Texans 24
Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 119 yards and 3 TDs and the Jaguars grabbed their first win of the season in Houston.  You can’t blame Matt Schaub for this loss, who threw for 300 yards and 3 TDs in a losing effort for the Texans, who are off to a disappointing 1-2 start.  This one was basically as even as it could be, with the Jaguars outgaining the Texans 398-397. 

Bears 25, Seahawks 19
Jay Cutler found a streaking Devin Hester for a 36-yard game winning TD pass as the Bears escaped Qwest Field with the win.  Cutler was 21/27 for 247 yards and 3 TDs, but also had two turnovers that nearly cost Chicago the game.  Seneca Wallace played well in his first start of the year, going 26/44 for 261 yards, one TD, and one pick.

Saints 27, Bills 7
In a game where Drew Brees didn’t throw for a TD pass, it was Pierre Thomas and the Saints’ much maligned defense that guided New Orleans to another easy win in Buffalo.  Thomas ran for 126 yards and 2 TDs in his first game back from injury, and the Bills lone points came on a fake FG pass by punter Brian Moorman.  Trent Edwards threw for 156 yards and a pick and, even more notably, failed to find Terrell Owens once in the game.

Bengals 23, Steelers 20
Carson Palmer found Andre Caldwell for his first career TD reception with 14 seconds left in the game to rally Cincinnati to a big win over the Steelers at home.  After falling behind 13-0 early in the game, the Bengals seemed to just wake up on both sides of the ball, executing exactly the way they needed to to snag the victory, their first in 3 years over Pittsburgh.  Cedric Benson totaled 84 yards and scored one TD.  Maybe most importantly, Cincy managed to not turnover the ball in the game against a Pittsburgh defense that looks like it is missing its leader Troy Polamalu quite a bit right now.

Broncos 23, Raiders 3
Denver continued its unlikely start with a convincing victory in the Black Hole over Oakland. Kyle Orton threw for 157 yards and a TD pass to Brandon Marshall and Correll Buckhalter and Knowshon Moreno combined for 198 yards and a score on the ground.  JaMarcus Russell looked pretty bad once again, going 12/21 for 61 yards and 2 INTs as the Raiders’ offense was held to 137 yards of offense.  Denver joins six other teams at 3-0 to start the season.

Chargers 23, Dolphins 13
San Diego’s defense was more than up to the task, shutting down Miami and its Wildcat offense in Qualcomm Stadium.  This one was ugly, with neither team scoring a touchdown until Philip Rivers ran for a 5-yard TD in the 3rd quarter to give the Chargers a 10-6 lead which they would never relenquish.  Eric Weddle put the exclamation point on the win with a pick six off of backup QB Chad Henne, who was pressed into action after Chad Pennington left the game with a shoulder injury that made ‘Phins fans hold their collective breath.

Jeremiah Masoli had plenty to smile about today as his Oregon Ducks smashed #6 Cal, 42-3.

Jeremiah Masoli had plenty to smile about today as his Oregon Ducks smashed #6 Cal, 42-3.

Every week of the college football season there tends to be some atrition within the ranks of the unbeaten.  This weekend proved to be no different, as it seemed like there were an unusually high amount of teams getting handed their first loss.  Most notable of these teams are Ole Miss, Cal, and Miami-Fla, who will all be coming out of the Top 10 on Monday morning.

Let’s start with the Ole Miss Runnin’ Rebels, who proved to be a good bit overrated, especially on the offensive side of the ball in their 16-10 letdown

The Ol Ball Coach looked like he was on top of his game in the Gamecocks triumph over Ole Miss

The Ol' Ball Coach looked like he was on top of his game in the Gamecocks triumph over Ole Miss

 against the South Carolina Gamecocks in Columbia on Thursday night.  Heisman darkhorse Jevan Snead looked like anything but that as he was a miserable 7/21 for 107 yards and one long TD pass that brought the slimmest amount of credibility to his lackluster performance.  Tailback Dexter McCluster wasn’t much better, as he was limited to 15 carries for 85 yards, in part due to the good pressure put on the Rebs’ O-Line by a strong South Carolina rush.  The surprise of the game would definitely have to be the strong play of Gamecocks QB Stephen Garcia, who wasn’t spectacular, but did what he had to do in order to give his team only its 2nd win in 34 tries against Top 5 opponents and the program’s first in 27 years.  Steve Spurrier desperately needed this win to prove that he has improved South Carolina football since takin the reins and to show that they have the potential to wreak some havoc in an always competitive SEC.

Moving into today’s games, it’s very hard to say that the Cal Golden Bears weren’t looking past Oregon because they basically stayed in Berkeley for this one, as the Ducks derailed the 6th-ranked team in the country, 42-3.  Jeremiah Masoli was spectacular, going 21/25 for 253 yards and 3 TD’s all to his favorite target in Ed Dickson.  Major kudos to the Oregon defense in this one, though, as Jahvid Best was almost a complete non-factor, as he was limited to 55 yards on the ground by a team that now has a couple of wins under its belt to help forget their season-opening losses to Boise State, and yes, I meant losses, lest we forget LeGarrette Blount.

The last game the really impacts the early season look at the rankings was the biggest game of the weekend.  Apparently Virginia Tech forgot that this game was supposed to be the statement win for the Miami Hurricanes in the ACC and their entry into serious consideration for the BCS because the Hokies dominated from start to finish in an impressive 31-7 beatdown of the ‘Canes.  Va. Tech won it exactly the way a Frank Beamer coached team usually wins games with a suffocating defense that held the ‘Canes to 209 total yards of offense, combined with a physical and grinding rushing attack that tallied 272 total yards of offense and 2 TD’s.  After it looked like the loss to Alabama ended hopes of a national title run and as much as they struggled against Nebraska last week, the Hokies proved once again to be the class of the ACC this year, leaving no doubt in this one, especially with the losses for Florida State and North Carolina today.

Embarrasment Alert: At the time of this post, the Greg Paulus-led Syracuse Orange are trailing the Maine Black Bears 17-13.  If this one falls in favor of Maine, then I think we can finally agree to say that the grand experiment of bringing in a guy who hasn’t played football since his senior year of high school is a complete failure. Also, keep an eye out west, where Cal Poly leads San Jose State, but we’ll cut the Spartans some slack because they are the sacrificial lambs for the USC’s and Cal’s of the world, so they don’t know how to play to win games.

It’s a cold and rainy day on this Saturday afternoon so what have I been doing? Watching college football and youtube videos of course.  Every football fan loves seeing players get jacked up. I know I do.  So I wanted to post a quick little video of some of the greatest hits in NFL history. Hope you enjoy.

-Tommy T

Ive picked the Lions 11 times in the past two seasons. Im 0-11 picking them. So naturally, I picked them again this week.

I've picked the Lions 11 times in the past two seasons. I'm 0-11 picking them. So naturally, I picked them again this week.

After last week’s 11-5 triumph for yours truly, I realize that I am bound to follow it up with something slightly less spectacular.  It’s the law of averages, really.  After two decent to above average weeks in a row, I have to come back to Earth…or do I? Maybe I’ve finally found the right formula in picking games. OK, probably not, but I’ve been lucky so far and avoided disaster, so let’s see if I can keep it going in Week 3. (Picks in Bold, Home Team listed 2nd):

Redskins at Lions (+6): A week after finally realizing the error of my ways by picking Detroit, I am going right back to the one team that fails me the most.  Honestly, I have been so uninspired by the ‘Skins in their first two games that it wouldn’t shock me to see the Lions find their way to a stunning victory, which would be their first since December 2007.  Look for Calvin Johnson to come up big against this Washington secondary.

Packers (-7) at Rams: Green Bay is going to come out firing on all cylinders after last week’s embarrassment against the Bengals in Lambeau.  This is bad news for a Rams team that has managed to score a grand total of 7 points in its first 2 games of the 2009 campaign.

49ers (+7) at Vikings: I like the Vikings to win this game, although it wouldn’t shock me to see either team win it, which is why I struggle to see this one be a victory of 7 points or more.  This is a game that will be won on the ground and in the trenches by Frank Gore or Adrian Peterson.  That adds up to a low-scoring affair in Minneapolis on Sunday.

Falcons at Patriots (-5): Bad news for Matt Ryan & Co. The Patriots haven’t lost back-to-back games in almost 3 full seasons.  Worse for Atlanta, New England is still mad about losing to the Jets last week and they are looking to take it out on someone.  I think the Pats will dominate a pretty good Falcons team at Gillette Stadium.

Titans (+3) at Jets: Good news for Kerry Collins & Co. The Jets haven’t stopped talking about last week’s win over the Patriots, clearly a sign of a team that is not prepared to take the field against a desperate 0-2 Tennessee side.  The Titans, behind Chris Johnson, are going to take it to the overconfident and unaware New York defense all game in this one.

Chiefs at Eagles (-9): Donovan McNabb might not be playing in this one, but if the Chiefs show up and play the way they did last week at home against the Raiders, then Kevin Kolb might look like Joe Montana out there on Sunday.  The Eagles’ D will also be thankful to be facing a much more pedestrian offense after getting torched by the Saints last week.

Giants (-7) at Buccaneers: The Giants are looking really good after going in and grabbing the W in Dallas last weekend.  The Bucs have looked awful in their first two games of the season, losing to Dallas and Buffalo.  I expect the G-Men to go into Raymond James Stadium and win this one much easier than last week’s game.

Browns at Ravens (-14): Under normal circumstances, I would always take the points here.  However, after seeing Baltimore’s offense put up big numbers against a solid San Diego defense and seeing the Browns get smacked 27-6 by a Broncos team that I really don’t think is that good, it’s hard to see the Ravens not annihilate them in Baltimore.

Jaguars at Texans (-4): Last week we saw both of these teams play the way I expected them to in Week 1.  The Texans’ offense was nothing short of explosive against the Titans in Nashville while the Jaguars looked like a team that would struggle to fill its stadium because everyone knows they’re not good enough to compete this year.  The Texans will build on last week’s momentum and crush Jacksonville to make up for losing their home opener.

Bears (-3) at Seahawks: At first I almost picked Seattle. Then I had flashbacks to last season when Seneca Wallace had to step in for the oft-injured Matt Hasselbeck…it wasn’t a pretty sight.  The Bears will get the job done, and the misery will begin for the Seahawks and their fans.

Saints (-7) at Bills: It’s very hard not to expect New Orleans to explode for 40+ points, especially against a defense that isn’t even close to as good as the unit they faced last week.  Drew Brees has made this entire offense better than anyone ever thought it could be, and he will continue his great start in Ralph Wilson Stadium against a Bills team that should be 2-0 going into this game.

Steelers (-4) at Bengals: Pittsburgh owns Cincinnati  on the road much like the Patriots owned the Jets on the road.  However, this does not mean that the Bungles will get the same result as the Jets this year.  I think that Chad Ochocinco will have a big game against a depleted Steelers’ secondary, but at the end of the day, Big Ben will push his team to a 7 point victory, 24-17 is my guess.

Broncos (+2) at Raiders:  I have absolutely no clue how or why the Raiders are a favorite in any game.  I understand that they won last week in their pillow fight with the Chiefs, but have you seen their offense?  If the Broncos can score 17 points, they’ll win this game and I will continue to give them no respect for their quick start purely based upon beating the Bungles, Browns, and Raiders.  I wish that my Jets had this schedule to open the season.

Dolphins (+6) at Chargers: The Dolphins’ offense is basically designed to keep games close by milking the clock as much as humanly possible, kind of like what they did against the Colts on Monday Night.  If they can accomplish that feat again, they’ll lose in a very similar way, which means they won’t get blown out.

Colts at Cardinals (-3):  In what will most likely be one of the highest-scoring games in Sunday Night Football history, I like Arizona to manage to outlast a depleted Indy team in a game that fits exactly into Kurt Warner’s style: Arena Football (Note: I was trying for about 20 minutes to think of a way to make a joke about bagging groceries, but I failed. If you can think of a way to fit it into this, send it to me and I will give you all the credit.  If it doesn’t make sense, I will post the comment and mock you publicly for the dozens of readers on this blog to see.)

Monday Night
Panthers (+9)
at Cowboys: Dallas should be able to control this game fairly easily, but their secondary should be having nightmares about Steve Smith right now. Smith has been limited in his first two games, but it’s only a matter of time before he breaks out of his shell.  Against Dallas’ mediocre secondary, expect Smith to go for a couple of big plays, to at least keep it close.

Two seasons ago, New England Patriots star Tom Brady and Indianapolis Colts phenom Peyton Manning were in a league of their own. Peyton Manning was coming off of a Super Bowl victory and Tom Brady was introduced to a new, valuable friend in Randy Moss. Brady and Manning were the cream of the crop. They were 1 and 1A. 

Well, it is time for people to give a new man props and that’s Drew Brees. Don’t get me wrong, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are still phenomenal quarterbacks and I’d take them on my team anyday, but look at what Drew Brees has done on the New Orleans Saints the past three seasons.

In each of his three seasons with the Saints, Brees has thrown for over 4,000 yards and averaged at least 29 TDs. Last season, Brees came up just 16 yards short of breaking Dan Marino’s single season record for passing yards. Brees finished with a fat 5,069 yards…the second greatest total in NFL History.

So how has Brees followed up his near historic season? He has thrown for 9 touchdowns in his first two games and is on pace for 72 this season. To put that in perspective, Tom Brady holds the record with 50 TDs in one season where the Patriots went 16-0.

Drew Brees needs to win and play well in the playoffs. I get that.  Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have won Super Bowls…I hear ya. But that doesn’t mean the media and public can’t give this man some love for his personal achievements.

Do you think Entourage regrets not having Brees instead of Brady come on the show? I hear Brees is a big hitter on the golf course…

-Tommy T

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