No, seriously, how bout 'dem? A completely dominant performance. If not for the stupid unsportsmanlike penalties, this could've easily been a 31-10 game. Romo was awesome, and Eli was mediocre. What else is new?
Big game this week against Washingston, if we win we'll be 9-1, with at least a 3 game lead over everyone else, plus we'll be 4-0 against the division. As my boy Troy said during the game yesterday, when people talk about the Big 2 in the NFL, it's New England-Dallas, not New England-Indy. And that was before Indy lost last night. Only downside of Sunday's games was Detroit sucking against Arizona, knocking me out of my suicide pool.
In other news, one of the Captain's disciples, Troy Tulowitzki, finished in 2nd place in the NL Rookie of the Year balloting to Ryan Braun. Tough break, he should've won because Braun is terrible defensively, while Tulowitzki is mad solid all around, and bought a crapload of Driven. (Driven Black, coming soon.)
Miguel Cotto showed why he's without a doubt one of the top 5 pound-for-pound fighters right now with his solid win over Sugar Shane. Cotto's my boy. No, really, I met him in Central Park while he was training for the Judah fight, and now he's 31-0. Let's see Cotto-Mayweather.
Writer's strike still going on, so enjoy TV while we still have it. Last night's Curb was awesome, tonight's Prison Break should be too.
If I'm not too lazy, maybe I'll blog tomorrow, but if I don't, radio show tomorrow night. You know how we do it.
(Since you all want to know what the shuffle was playing: Pearl Jam-Black, Gym Class Heroes-Cupid's Chokehold, Bruce-Radio Nowhere, Snoop/R.Kelly-That's That Poop)
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