“If you had asked me, ‘Do I think that Geno Smith is the quarterback of the future,’ I’m gonna tell you ‘no,'” Lucas told Francesa. “I really think they should bring in a veteran — (Josh) McCown.”
Why not go all in? Bring Terrell Owens into the circus. Ryan can wear a ringmaster outfit on the sidelines, something the Jets could market in advance of Halloween. Set up three small rings on the sideline. Owens could ride in on a white horse.
Now that the Jets have shown their new identity on tape, the Steelers better be familiar with the cliché regarding those who fool.
Watch SNL and enjoy. See how Eli does. Just pray that he and his current colleagues have the support they’ll need once the cheering and, for a guy like Manning, the laughter, stops.
“I live day by day and one day at a time,” Ray Lucas said. “I still have a lot of pain that I deal with, but I relish in the fact that sometimes you’ve got to walk through hell to get to heaven.”
“It is a tremendous, tremendous loss for those of us who played against Junior, have known Junior for many years,” WFAN’s Boomer Esiason said Thursday morning.
Miguel Cabrera is blessed with the pristine gene, born bathed in athletic splendor. And despite his sublime skill set, he is doing everything he can to ruin it.
Ray Lucas, who recently checked into rehab and is courageously chronicling his war with prescription painkillers, is not a role model. But he is a hybrid of hero and life lesson.
38-year-old ex-Jets quarterback Ray Lucas recently checked into a Florida rehabilitation center for an addiction to pain killers, and is sharing his experience with fans in a Facebook diary to try to help others.
Imagine getting into your car and then getting slammed by a truck – everyday.