The circumstances that would get the Giants into the playoffs are not impossible. They may even be likely if the Detroit Lions compete for 60 minutes against the Chicago Bears.
Tim Tebow deserved this opportunity to start on Sunday but instead fear ruled the decision. Fear of what Tebow in his unconventional style might do. Fear that Jets fans will see the fraud of Sanchez and clamor for more Tebow.
One could – and I would – argue that Avery Johnson got the shaft. As soon as the Nets move into their new, cozy confines with a respectable squad, Johnson gets fired before he can coach an actual NBA roster for an entire season.
When a pro athlete fails to realize his potential there’s usually something more tangible and turbulent behind it.
But in truth, perhaps the biggest difference maker of them all this year has been Jason Kidd. He looked washed up last year, but at some point in the offseason he either found the Fountain of Youth or built a DeLorean.
What’s notable for the Giants is that Eli Manning is not going to the Pro Bowl and there can be no argument that he was jobbed, the voting was a sham or an injustice has been done.
Larry Drew II has been criticized throughout his college career but he’s one of the major reasons why UCLA is flourishing with a smaller, quicker lineup.
Those were the good ole days, when coach Avery Johnson’s Nets brought the fight to teams with strong interior play and rebounding on both ends.
Bettman may be the commissioner of the NHL, but he has never looked out for the best interests of his sport. He cares about hockey only as a business.
There is room on the Knicks for Stoudemire, who could return in the next week from the knee injury that has sidelined him all season.
Tannenbaum and the ridiculous quarterbacks he has given Ryan and the coaching staff are the real cause of the Jets demise.
The president seemed quite annoyed that the lockout is still keeping the NHL from opening its doors to players and fans.
Was Mike D’Antoni’s tenure ultimately a failure? Yes. Does he deserve hate and vitriol from Knicks fans? No way.
The word is out around the League that Nets star point guard Deron Williams is not operating at maximum efficiency.
This week the Giants go to Atlanta with a chance to do the same thing to the team that has played the best regular-season football in the NFC this year.
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