September 2009 - The Sporty Mouth

NFL Week 3 Wrap-up

Brett Favre added to his resume of improbable comebacks, Tennessee Titans are still trying to find their way, and the Dallas Cowboys finally get victory in their new stadium. Oh I did not forget the LOSING STREAK is finally over for the Detroit Lions, as they beat the Washington Redskins for their first victory in... Read More »

NFL Week 3 Predictions

Atlanta Falcons VS New England Patriots Winner: New England 24-21 An interesting game because New England usually does not lose back to back games. Tom Brady and company should get back on track with this game. Matt Ryan is showing that his rookie season was no fluke and that he is the real deal. The... Read More »

Not So Super Fight: Bernard Hopkins VS Roy Jones

Two fighters who have storied careers will finally fight in rematch that has been 16 years in the making. Roy Jones won first meeting that took place in 1993 to claim the Middleweight crown. The rematch is planned for 2010, but for fans I must say this fight is almost 10 years too late. Both... Read More »

Perfect Storm Brewing at the U

Miami Hurricanes football program once struck fear in opposing teams, but that was almost two decades ago when the current coach Randy Shannon was player at the U. Hurricanes have been a light shower compared to great teams of the past; however, this year, the forecast has spotted a Hurricane team that is building a... Read More »

Give the Boxing Fans What They Want to See

Floyd “Money” Mayweather, Jr. won his match against Juan Manuel Marquez in his return to a sport that he dominated before retiring. His return and great showing looks as if he return will be marked by more dominance. Manny Pacquio may have something to say about being most dominant boxer in the sport. Manny Pacquio... Read More »

Jets Talks the Talk and Wins

New York Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez was off to a slow start but how he and the Jets finished is all that counts. The New England Patriots high flying passing attack with Tom Brady, Randy Moss, and Joey Galloway was grounded. It was due in part to the pressure Jets applied on Tom Brady.... Read More »

Huskies do not Rollover for the #3 Trojans

Washington Huskies was not having any of the nonsense that an intruder would come to their home field and get a victory. It did not matter if they were named USC Trojans the best Pac 10 since forever. They bit down hard on the Trojans who was without their starting quarterback Matt Barkley. The Trojans... Read More »

Dear Dallas Cowboys

I cannot truly analyze the biggest game in the NFL this week, the Dallas Cowboys versus the New York Giants. I am a Dallas Cowboy fan; therefore cannot be too impartial; however, I have decided to write a post or letter to my favorite team. I want the Boys to win with that said let... Read More »

NASCAR Let the Chase Begins

12 drivers enter one will win, the NASCAR equivalent to baseball’s World Series, The Chase begins with the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 20, 2009. World Series is seven games if competition is great, but the Chase is 10 races. Who will be champion maybe decided early, but the point system... Read More »

Bills Gift Wrap Victory for Tom Brady’s Return

Buffalo Bills made a valiant effort in the game until the Bills of old decided to show up. Bills violated that unwritten rule of the NFL and that is not to give Tom Brady the ball back with time on the clock. In Brady’s return, he was more Jimmy Olsen than Clark Kent until late... Read More »