Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Ben Wallace Who?

If the pre season forecasts how a team is going to do, the Pistons will have a bright season.

While cooling off the Miami Heat by 20+ points, the team is showing why they deserved to be the 2004 NBA Champs. Even without their former center Ben Wallace, they still dazzled with brilliant plays and teamwork.

Led by new center Nazr Mohammed, they kept the defending champs in check. Even if Shaq and Wade were in the game for Miami, they would still be no match for Detroit.

Once again Detroit proved why they are worthy opponents and why they will make the playoffs again.

Good luck Pistons. Have a great season.


Nicely done Tigers.

Pound the A's and bring the World Series back to Detroit where it belongs.

Saturday, October 7, 2006

Go Blue!, Go Spartans (faraway)!!

If you're a college football fan in Michigan, then today would be the day that you live for.

Today marks the mother of all games, the rivalry of the Wolverines and Spartans.
While some see it as just a game, many see it as a chance to have the right to brag about their team.

Whatever you're team, may this game be a rock em' sock em' one.

Go Blue!!!!!

Who needs the Yankees, when You Have the Tigers.

If you would have told me a year ago the Detroit Tigers would be on the verge of beating the Yankees in the playoffs, I would have never believed it.

What everyone was considering to be an easy Yankee sweep, turned out to be nothing but. After losing game 1 the Tigers came back to win games 2 and 3.

The Tigers are on the verge of doing the impossible, beating the all mighty Yankees to a pulp. Be careful Tigers, New York won't go down that easily.

Do what you did in the past 2 games and bust those Bronx boys. Send them cryin' back to their mommies.

God bless and go get em' Tigers!

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Good luck and bless you Tigers

Cogratulations to the Detroit Tigers on making the playoffs.

For the first time in 20 years, the Tigers have reached the playoffs and have the best record in the league. They also have a chance to win the central division title.

From the worst record to the best record in three years is nothing less than a miracle. From top notch pitching, good fielding and booming batters, the Tigers have been a joy to watch.

Some of the credit should go to the players but most of the credit should go the manager Jim Leyland. He has taken a team that was terrible and turned it around. He knew when to rest players and when to have a change up.

Thank You: Jim Leyland, Magglio, Brandon, Jeremy, Kenny and the rest of the Tigers for an incredible season.

Go get em' Tigers!!

Saints teaching that life goes on, despite setbacks

When the Saints played the Falcons on Monday Night Football, it was not just a game that took place but a celebration.

A year ago the Superdome was nearly in ruins and New Orleans was mostly underwater by Hurricane Katrina. Monday night the Superdome was reopened and for the first time in a year football was played there.

The game showed that despite hardships, the human spirit endures and life goes on.

Welcome back New Orleans and way to go Saints on the win.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Lions beaten by Bears, oh my!

Despite the guarantee by wide receiver Roy Williams of a victory, the Lions came up very short of any form of it on Sunday. The bloodbath as I call it, was 34 to 7 in favor of the Bears.

Many blame it on the coach, many blame it on the quarterbacks. It seems the one that should be held accountable is the general manager Matt Millen.

No matter what improvements, trades, or draft picks he made, he has shown that a toddler can handle the team better than him. Since he came aboard the Lions went from a good team almost missing the playoffs to the laughing stock of the league.

Although Detroit has a lot of good players, they do not have a good leader in Millen. The only thing fans wish that Mr. Ford would do is say to Millen is YOU'RE FIRED!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Way to go Detroit Shock!

Congratulations to the Detroit Shock for winning another WNBA title. Once again women have shown how basketball is to be played.

Hey Pistons, maybe you should be taking notes on how it's done.

Way to go Ladies!!

Monday, September 11, 2006

Lions Should Be Declawed

Once again the Detroit Lions are proving that no matter what they do, they can't seen to win games. If the preseason is any indicator of the regular season then the Fords' should have the Lions declawed.

What was a promising start with a new head coach turned into a preseason diaster. With the new season and a home opener, once again the Lions fall.

While the defense put up a good fight keeping the Seahawks from scoring any touchdowns, the Lions offense fizzled and the only bright spots were the field goals kicked by Jason Hanson.

Instead of blaming Rod Marinelli maybe fans should just accept that our team will win the Super Bowl when hell freezes over, or when I get married.

If the Lions want to win, let's forget about the west coast offense and get back to basics.

Boys, learn how to play football.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Tigers or Kittens

The Detroit Tigers are on the verge of reaching the Playoffs. The only team that is standing in it's way are the White Sox.

Once again the White Sox are proving why they are the defending World Series champs. While the Tigers are leading in the Central Division, Chicago is not too far behind.

If Detroit wants to win they better get back to playing superior ball. If Chicago plays like they did on the 18th, the good season that Detroit is having could turn out to be just a mirage.