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Mark Sanchez Still Sexy and Other Observations

Updated on September 30, 2009

Mark "Sexy" Sanchez

From GQ photoshoot
From GQ photoshoot
Sports Illustrated Photo Shoot
Sports Illustrated Photo Shoot

Oh La La

What is sexier than a 3-0 rookie quarterback with a passer rating of 87.7 and body of a greek god?

His model girlfriend Supermodel Hilary Rhoda. Nope. Try again.

How about the Legendary Brett Favre. He is 39 years old and playing like he is 29. He has gotten the Vikings off to a 3-0 start and has a quarterback rating of 94.5. 


The Stuff Legends are Made of

This is why the Vikings wanted Favre so badly, to make plays like this. The distance and accuracy on this throw is phenomenal! 

Game Winning TD Throw

Terrell Owens

When Terrell doesn't get the ball me gets ANGRY!
When Terrell doesn't get the ball me gets ANGRY!

Hello I am still here! Some body throw me the %^&*ing ball!

Both the Bills and the Broncos receiving corps have been unimpressive thus far.

Brandon Marshall -12 catches 128 yards 1 touchdown – most of this from week 3 against Oakland. Yeah right, ESPN “don’t expect a break-out game from Marshall.” SHUT-UP! You always give bad advice.

Eddie Royal - 6 catches and 42 yards – Not what people expected after an impressive rookie season.

Terrell Owens - 5 catches, 98 yards and 1 touchdown. His 184 game streak with at least 1 reception, broken at the girly hands of Trent Edwards who has struggled to find his top 2 wide-outs this season.

Lee Evans - 8 catches, 88 yards 1 touchdown.

Who would have thought these duos would be out preformed by the Giants' Mario Manningham and (the good) Steve Smith.


Hater

Hater Section

Clinton Portis – Can we abort this, season? Ugh painful to watch and for a guy with bone spurs it must be painful to play. 

Tim Hightower- A little jokester we have here. Every time you bench the guy he puts up decent numbers. Once you play him, he chokes.

Entire ATL offense – White and Turner haven’t been studs and are playing quite average. I'm renaming him Michael "burnt toast" Turner it is like he has no gas left in his engine.

Houston's Run Game - First off shame on you for using Chris Brown as your goal line back, a position that Steve Slaton did quite well last season. I hope you change you tune after that fumble humbled you. (Yet to score a TD on the ground)

T.J. Houshmandzadeh - You disgust me! Houshmandzadeh sounds like the name of a sexually transmitted disease.

Running Back Committees - Yuck!

JaMarcus Russell - The biggest joke in the NFL. Give this guy a towel and some water bottles to hand out.


Show These Boys Some Love

Philip Rivers - I was sky high on him going into the season drafting him in a majority of my leagues. Rivers currently leads the NFL in passing yards with 991 yards.

Steven Jackson - Our relationship is bitter sweet. I draft you in the first round and you get hurt every year. He is 5th in the NFL in rushing yards posting 2 back to back 100+ games. However he has still yet to find the endzone. This problem is a common disorder for St. Louis players. 

Peyton Manning - Is the man. Can anyone shred defenses like this guy?

Dallas Clark - A tight-end who is fourth in the NFL in receiving yards.

Willis McGahee - For a 16th round pick in 17th round draft can you say SUPER SLEEPER!

Chris Johnson - is averaging 117 yards per game. He rushed a solid 4.4 yards a carry against a tough Jets Defense. You can blame the Titans losses on not giving this guy the ball 30 times a game.

5 Worst Teams in Football

  1. Cleveland Browns 
  2. St. Louis Rams
  3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  4. Miami Dolphins
  5. Oakland Raiders - Yes I put a 1-2 team on here over 0-3 teams.

5 Best Teams in Football

  1. New York Jets - Defense wins championships. 
  2. New York Giants - Show me something!
  3. Baltimore Ravens - Hello Joe! That kid can throw!
  4. New Orleans Saints - Unstoppable? Can they over throw NYJ?
  5. Vikings (They have played the Browns and Lions) - Impressive game winner by Favre.


What surprised you in week 3?

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    • Drew Breezzy profile imageAUTHOR

      Drew Breezzy 

      8 years ago from somewhere in my mind

      thanks

    • undagroundjoe profile image

      undagroundjoe 

      8 years ago from Southern California,USA

      Good Stuff man.

    • ShyneIV profile image

      ShyneIV 

      8 years ago from Montreal

      Great read as usual dude.

    • Drew Breezzy profile imageAUTHOR

      Drew Breezzy 

      8 years ago from somewhere in my mind

      Kyle Orton yeah......

      Broncos are under rated but I can't see them going anywhere with Orton.

      That is why they didn't make my top-5.

      Broncos defense may not be a fluke. They bullied up on what appeared to be a weak Bengals team in week 1. But after week 2 and 3 wins from Cincinnati where the Bengals scored 54 points combined against the Packers and the Steelers, I am lead me to believe to believe this defensive unit is the real deal. They lead the league in fewest yards allowed a game and have only given up 16 points the entire season.

      Jay Cutler not surprised. He is making Hester into a wide receiver. While Forte has been ineffective.

      Jags won! ha on a bogus call on Walter oh well.

    • dohn121 profile image

      dohn121 

      8 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      Hahaha, Drew. You gotta give some love to Cutler (damn Denver for letting him go, who, by the way, are the worse 3-0 NFL team today!). That guy has NO WEAPONS and is getting it done! Can you imagine what he could do with just one good WR?

      Ahmad Bradshaw is a friggin' monster! He dedicated this entire season to his father who just passed away. I look to see him crack 1,200 yards and at least 5 touchdowns! Him and Jacobs will rush for a combined 2,200 yards.

      Whaddaya think?

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