Monday, November 22, 2010

Things ....We Learned......From the Week-end

In this small, southern, college town......It's unseasonably warm for November.  Thanksgiving is only a few days away....and it is 75 degrees.

We feel

'Cuz these are the things we learned from the week-end:

The New England Patriots ....own the Indianapolis Colts:

Patriots looking Super

You're starting to get the distinct feeling that this is simply the Patriots' year. 

The Vikings have "quality control" issues:

Embarrassing blunder on NFL star's jersey

Minnesota's Kevin Williams is a five-time Pro-Bowler with as common a name as they come. » It didn't help 

Vince Young is a spoiled brat....and the Redskins have new life:

ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington Redskins place kicker Graham Gano (4) celebrates as Redskins and Tennessee Titans players watch his 48-yard field goal go though the goalposts in overtime to give the Redskins a 19-16 win in an NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn.

Redskins snap skid with OT win in Tennessee

By Theresa M. Walker - Associated Press

Graham Gano kicked a 48-yard field goal with 8:17 left in overtime and the Washington Redskins beat the Tennessee Titans 19-16 on Sunday after knocking Vince Young out of the game with an injured thumb on his throwing hand.

These Bengals.......are not very good:

Leave it to a player who has his own reality TV show to call out his teammates after the Bengals' most humiliating defeat in a quite humiliating season. 

Bills 49, Bengals 31


New York still has the best headlines.....


The "Dirty Birds"  have the best record in the NFC:

Falcons too hot to handle

Falcons too hot to handle

Rams can't match Falcons' firepower, lose as interception on shovel pass spoils rally effort.

Tampa Bay........will not go away:


Running back Cadillac Williams (24) celebrates his second quarter touchdown with teammate LeGarrette Blount. Staff photo by CLIFF MCBRIDE
Pitching a road shutout for the first time since 2003, oft-maligned defense carries team to a 21-0 victory.

The best driver in NASCAR history?

Johnson wins 5th straight

Jimmie Johnson staged the first comeback victory in the history of NASCAR's Chase for the Cup and won his unprecedented fifth title in a row.

What America watched at the movies:

Top 10 box office for Nov. 19-21

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1
Weekend gross: $125.1M
Weekend gross: $16.2M
Weekend gross: $13.1M
Due Date
Weekend gross: $9.2M
The Next Three Days
Weekend gross: $6.8M
Morning Glory
Weekend gross: $5.2M
Skyline (not reviewed)
Weekend gross: $3.4M
Weekend gross: $2.5M
For Colored Girls
Weekend gross: $2.4M
Fair Game
Weekend gross: $1.5M

Now there.........smarter?

We told you .....

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