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Nike Torque Titanium Men’s Watch WC0068-502 ($64.99)
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High-end Digital Sportswatch with sleek Titanium case and band. This deal of the day is $64.99 (67% off the $199 retail price). Time runs out on this sale at midnight tonight (EST).
Leave the stainless steel to Martha Stewart. Real men need titanium (grrrr, I’m flexing my muscles, can you tell? No? …sigh…). This sleek, sporty, titanium dream is a fantastic watch at a huge discount. If you don’t buy, I’ll personally come over to your house and body-slam tackle you into the ground (actually, I’ll probably hire someone to do it; we’ve already established my lack of muscles, and thanks for bringing it up again, btw).
This is a quality, Haute Couture Sports watch if there ever was one (just try to imagine T.O on the catwalk; I heard he has nice legs). It’s tough and sporty, yet sleek and fashionable. Try to imagine, when these athletes finish a game and leave the field/court/bowling ally, they don’t go straight to the gym to blast their quads again (I honestly don’t know what that means, I heard it at the gym the other day…okay, I heard it walking by a gym…okay, fine! I heard it watching a TV show that had a scene in the gym while I sat on the couch eating chocolate-covered bacon ice cream and fell asleep with the spoon in my mouth. Happy?!). They put on a killer suit and drive their sports cars to the best clubs and restaurants, all while using their Nike Torque to remind them of how much time they’ve wasted (of course Nike gave them theirs for free; the best we can do is sell it at a steep discount for almost free; when you learn to throw a 100 yrd touchdown pass or tackle a 300-lb linebacker, then we’ll talk about free).
By the way, chocolate covered bacon is delicious. It’s only a matter of time before Ben & Jerry’s buys the ice cream rights.
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Florida linebacker Ryan Stamper talks about the upcoming Florida/Georgia game.
UF's new Linebackers and Special Teams Coach DJ Durkin talks to the media for the first time.
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1. Stop the run. The Broncos have uncharacteristically struggled against the run in their last two games, giving up over 200 yards on the ground against Nevada and Utah State. Both those offenses are different from the Utah offense, but the Utes do have two good runners in Eddie Wide and Matt Asiata. The Broncos have switched up their starting linebackers to help shore up the run defense, which has been hurt without Byron Hout (foot). Daron Mackey and Derrell Acrey will split time in the middle. Slowing down the run means …
1. Get Cain going. The Utes are going to have to tailor what they do to Cain’s strengths. One of those strengths is his ability to run. As we have seen in the last two games, the Broncos have had a hard time slowing down mobile quarterbacks. Getting him a few more designed runs would certainly help, especially considering Utah does not want to find itself in third-and-long situations. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Cain has completed only 55.6 percent of his passes on third down this season. He will be facing a Boise State defense that has held opponents to a pass efficiency rating of 80.6 on third down this season, fourth-best in the nation.
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"We're not letting any magnitude of the game, being the national championship, get to us," Tigers linebacker Josh Bynes said. "It's not like, 'Oh dang. The national championship. Oh, wow.' We're more like, it's the next game, it's the next team on the map that we know we're going to have to defeat. We're 60 minutes away from being crowned national champions."
The first meeting between these programs has a legitimate chance to surpass Texas' 41-38 win over Southern California in 2006 as the highest-scoring BCS title game.
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It’s official...or at least we think. NFL legend Brett Favre has handed in his retirement papers only weeks after finishing his 20th season with the NFL. 2010 was a particularly rough year for the football vet, with injuries and a nasty scandal headlining most of the season. That led many to believe this really could be the end for one of football’s biggest stars.
We’re analyzing coverage from Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports, Viking Age, and ESPN...
News of Favre’s retirement shouldn’t come as a surprise, despite the athlete’s history of comebacks. According to Fox Sports, who broke the story...
“While he could still change his mind, as he did in the 2008 and 2009 offseasons, there is no indication Favre will return. The 41-year-old quarterback stated 2010 was his final season after rejoining the Vikings in August and reiterated that intent throughout an injury-plagued campaign.”
Still some, like Yahoo Sports’ Doug Farrar, are a bit skeptical about the announcement, given Favre’s indecisive past.
“After retiring from the Packers to wind up with the Jets, and retiring from the Jets to go to the Vikings, and retiring from the Vikings to go to the ... um, Vikings, Favre will have to understand that observers won't take his most recent claims seriously -- after all, he filed retirement papers in 2009 as well.”
But one contributor for fan blog The Viking Age says he’s fairly sure this time it’s the real deal.
“Favre knows it’s time to segue into a new phase of his life, a phase that doesn’t involve getting destroyed by huge defensive linemen and blitzing linebackers... So I think we can all rest assured that this time there will be no actual unretirement drama come summer.”
And on ESPN former NFL linebacker Antonio Pierce explains why Favre has come back season after season despite just about everyone urging him to quit.
“That’s probably the toughest decision because you never want to quit, you never want to walk away from the game, and I think that’s something Brett Favre struggled with the last three, four -- five,six,seven years of his career, just making that decision. For me it was just as difficult, but once you make it I think you’re kinda at peace once time goes by."
So what do you think? Has the gridiron truly seen the last of Brett Favre?
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Fans and players are seething after Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler sat out most of the second half during the NFC Championship game with a “knee injury.” We quote it - because a lot of people aren’t buying it.
NFL players vented via Twitter. Former Tampa Bay Linebacker Derrick Brooks wrote...
“HEY there is no medicine for a guy with no guts and heart.”
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew tweeted...
“All I’m saying is that he can finish the game on a hurt knee … I played the whole season with one.”
Many Bears fans felt Cutler quit when the heat was on. Some shared their anger on YouTube and burned all ties with No. 6. (Video: YouTube (Warning: explicit language))
Cutler was eventually diagnosed with a 2nd degree MCL sprain. Then the conversation shifted from injury to interest level. Amy Turek of the Huffington Post wrote...
“Still, I question Cutler's ability to demonstrate emotional leadership on a team that desperately needs offensive leadership. Whether he was able to play or not, he appeared to have mentally checked out of the game after his injury.”
Fox Sports’ Jimmy Johnson agrees sharing his view of Cutler’s leadership or lack there of.
JIMMY JOHNSON: “I think Jay Cutler can be a much better Quarterback than what he is today. Now we don’t know what his injury situation is, but I think this off-season he needs to have a radical attitude change. At times he is very surly, he’s very standoffish. I don’t think he brings out the best in his teammates.”
Former NFL player Howard Griffith explained to critics on Comcast SportsNet that’s just how he is.
Griffith: “Look at his body language, he’s not into it, he sits at the end of the bench, why is he... he’s not a leader. It’s just his personality. If you like it or not, it’s his personality. But to jump out and talk about ‘he’s soft, and he’s not tough’ is wrong.”
Now the Bears enter the offseason, and feelings towards Cutler may continue to smolder until he is back on the field next season. But what do you think? Did he quit on his team? Or was it just Jay being Jay?
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Cal's Cameron Jordan will likely be one of the top defensive ends taken off the board in the 2011 draft. But unlike other prospects, he may be one of the top defensive tackles and outside linebackers taken, too.
Pro Football Weekly catches up with Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller at the Senior Bowl.