Archive for December, 2007

NFL Regular Season Ends: Cleveland Browns Or Tenessee Titans?

Posted in Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Marvin Harrison, NFL, Tenessee Titans, Vince Young, Washington Redskins on December 30, 2007 by mizzo

We’re in baby!

Last week 12-4

Season: 70-51

Although Vince Young hasn’t had a great season statistically, he has to once again show and prove how much a winner he truly is. Think of games on national TV, games against the Texans and games against NFL elite for points of reference. Do not listen to the pundits. Check his record as a starter and look no further. The Titans will make the playoffs. The Colts have nothing to play for and besides Marvin Harrison getting some burn, you’ll see a lot of young kids play. Obviously this will be the pervading theme across the league as teams look to evaluate young talent and adjust their respective salary cap numbers for 2008. In the NFC it’s simple. Washington gets in based on Dallas resting starters.

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2007 Through My Eyes.

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This one’s for you QMG (Quentin Mekhi Glover) Love Daddy

The year of 2007 made me laugh, it made me cry and it made me angry. But most of all it made me look at myself and understand that before I can tackle the issues of others – my house better be in order.

In my own unique way here’s a look back on a year that none of us will soon forget. Enjoy and feel free to add on with one of your own.

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Just So Ya Know…

Posted in 3rd Eye Open, Barack Obama, Biochemical Slang, Blogroll, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Hannibal Barca, Hannibal Lecter, negus, race, The Message, the N-word, Thought 4 The Day on December 29, 2007 by mizzo

Carter G. Woodson just because

First things first…

Happy 17th Birthday Mizzo Jr. Proud of you son. Keep doing what you do and the dream is yours.

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TNT NBA Notes December 27: LeBron James And The Cavs Win A Big Game On Road

Posted in Boston Celtics, Charles Barkley, Cheryl Miller, Cleveland Cavaliers, Craig Sager, Dallas Mavericks, David Aldridge, Denzel Washington, Doug Collins, Ernie Johnson, Jason Kidd, Kenny Smith, Kevin Durant, Kevin Garnett, LeBron James, Marv Albert, Mike Brown, Mike Fratello, Paul Pierce, Portland Trailblazers, Ray Allen, Reggie Miller, Seattle Suppersonics, TNT Sports on December 29, 2007 by mizzo

Chuck better get ready for that long walk in a speedo!

Sick last night and the better part of today. Thank God my sis is in the medical field. Thanks Sis.

TBR, why you call me out on Webb? With stomach pains, it wasn’t a good time to laugh bruh. 😉

Notes from last night. Enjoy.

Cavaliers forward LeBron James response to critics predicting that the Cavaliers won’t make the playoffs this season: “People have their opinions and (the Cavaliers) have to keep proving people wrong and at the same time, we have to go out as professional athletes and continue to get better. We don’t come into the season at this point talking about making the playoffs; we want to win the Championship. Right now, we’re not at a level to win a Championship.”

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Friday Fire 2: The Most Meaningful In-Game Dunk of All-Time…

Posted in Blogroll, Chicago Bulls, Friday Fire, Horace Grant, John Starks, Jordan, New York Knicks, Scottie Pippen, The Dunk on December 28, 2007 by anthonycarter

Is it “The Dunk” delivered by John Starks over Horace Grant, Michael Jordan, and Scottie Pippen in the 1993 playoffs? Or some other dunk?

Friday Fire: Kareem or Michael?

Posted in Blogroll, Chicago Bulls, Friday Fire, Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, Washington Wizards on December 28, 2007 by anthonycarter
Which all-time great had a more difficult time reaching their six championships?

19-0: The New England Patriots Quest For Perfection

Posted in 1998 Minnesota Vikings, Alicia Keys, Bill Belichick, CBS, Cris Carter, Dan Marino, Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts, Jerry Rice, Love Jones, NBC, New England Patriots, New York Giants, NFL, NFL Network, Nia Long, Randall Cunningham, Randy Moss, Theresa Randle, Tom Brady on December 27, 2007 by mizzo

I’m goin’ with Nia, Theresa Randle or Alicia Keys

What’s your definition of perfection? Does it personally imply or conjure a sight, sound or taste?

How about a remarkable movie production of your favorite book or having the perfect steak during the easiness of a chill summer night on a newly stained deck with choice companionship?

Does a night of jazzy piano keys while sitting across from crystal candlelit eyes signifying the start of a torrid love affair fit the bill?

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