Posted: 10/6/2011 7:05:25 AM
Vic: Doing well my friend. Pumped liked everyone else for tonight and the rest of the year. I'll mostly be a weekend poster. I hope to see you around. I always look for your wagers when I'm around.
I don't know what to make of your Flyers this year. Intriguing team for sure. Good luck to them and to you this year!!
beamjim: Great to see you big boy. The board will be a lot better place if you post your insights this year. A lot of expectation and pressure on the Kings this year, let's see how they handle it. Good luck to the Jets Part 2.
The Rams under 7.5 wins was the easiest decision I have ever had on a wager. Brutal (beginning) schedule coupled with injuries and the fact that they failed to get a good receiver for Bradford. Last years inflated win total set this bet up nicely.
They suck because they have had terrible drafts for many years now and have pissed away big dough on lousy free agents. They have a lot of money tied up on the offensive line, but they can't pass block to save Bradford's life. That kid looks shell shocked already.
They lost another cornerback yesterday for the year. They looked like they quit in the Baltimore game, but showed some life in the 4th quarter vs the Skins. We'll know soon enough if they will continue to give effort for Spags, but I don't think it will matter. The new owner will most likely fire Spags and the GM after this year when they only have about 3 wins. Time to start over again. They should trade Steven Jackson in the off season for a draft pick. He will be done in about two years. Running backs tend to lose it quickly, especially those that play on turf. The tread is wearing thin on his tires. By the time this team is ready to contend again, Jackson will be finished.