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We fully support taking the exact same career path as The Rock
Maurice Jones-Drew fell hard after his prime and after a couple of years of trying to recapture the magic, he's retiring at 29.
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By way of Sports Grid comes the latest in Fans Going Woo technology -- a Godless machine captioned by the New York Islanders that can fire 12 t-shirts into the crowd in five seconds.
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The weather is frigid, yet the race for the playoffs is as hot as it has ever been. With only three weeks left in the season after this week, the sense of urgency - for the teams that need it - are at code red levels. Those already planning offseason vacations find solace in knowing they leave coal in someone's stocking. Week 14 had its fair share of notable games, upsets and a collapsed stadium roof for good measure. Now, normally this weekly recap series is handled by Patrick M. Unfortunately, Pat is still attempting to thaw out from attending the Bears/Patriots game at Soldier Field yesterday. Heading into the match up, it was slated to be the premiere game of the week with both teams looking quite impressive. By the end of the game, however, New England put more points on the board (36) than inches of snow in the city of Chicago as they beat the Bears handedly. The loss stings, but the Lions beating Green Bay does help numb the pain the temperatures didn't. At this point, Tom Brady and his band of merry men appear to be the cream of the crop. Coming through New England in the playoffs - pending they secure home field - may be next to impossible. To make a great situation that much better, the Jets appear to be hitting speed bumps at the absolute worst point of the season. Rex's boys have only managed to score nine points in the past two games against division rivals. And now their assistant coach is under fire for attempting to be the 12th man on the field. Literally. Elsewhere in the NFL, the NFC South sans Carolina appear to be in for one hell a finish. Atlanta continues to march on towards the NFC's best record while Drew Brees has basically put an end to the Madden-curse trend with the Saints quietly looking very intimidating. Tampa Bay skated out of Washington thanks to another comeback victory from the veteran looking second year man Josh Freeman. The weekend's best finish rested in the hands of the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars.
We can champion the NFL for its parity all day long, but someone has to go to the playoffs at the end of the day. The cream will begin to rise to the top, the minute hand will tick faster towards midnight for Cinderellas & some teams will have to relish playing the spoiler & fighting for roster spots. Yet, on a week where things should begin to sort themselves out, many questions arose as opposed to answers. How valuable is Santonio Holmes to the Jets? After missing the first 4 games of the season and enduring a near-scoreless five quarters, the former Buckeye snagged a 37-yard reception from Mark Sanchez to neutralize the Cleveland Browns entire game in the blink of an eye. There's nothing worse than having the "W" slip through your fingers at the last second but for the Browns, it's just another day at the office. The Patriots kept pace with the Jets behind Tom Brady's 350-yard, three touchdown performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers may have made the score respectable in the fourth quarter, but their vaunted defense had no answer as the Patriots marched up and down the field virtually at will all game. All week long, the talking heads at Bristol pegged the Giants as a Super Bowl sleeper team and possibly the best team in the NFC. All of that was before they ran into a rejuvenated Cowboys team hellbent on making sure Jason Garrett won his NFL debut. Where this effort was the past few weeks is anyone's guess, Jon Kitna had his best outing in years tallying 327 yards with three touchdowns and a QB rating of 124. Dez Bryant didn't look too shabby either. The Giants brand new stadium had some technical difficulties and the squad lost a valuable chance to gain some separation from the Eagles & Redskins, who face off tonight.