Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Rescue Me

Hey Peeps and anyone else checking in. A special "Hey" goes out to Hazel Mae.

I got caught up watching Rescue Me tonight - so its a quick hit tonight.

For those of you who haven't been here before, Tuesday night entries take a look back at the week or so that was in the world of sports, highlighting some of the more notable performances. To those who have risen above the rest, we award them with an honourary "Hazie" - the lucky few have the title of "Hazel's Hero" bestowed upon them. While Hazel hasn't officially approved this week's winners, we'd like to think she would give her trademark smile and thumbs up.



Weird Sunday in the NFL - most of the big numbers were put up in losing performances; still though, there were some great ones.

Peyton Manning of the Colts shredded the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon; I know its the Texans, but it was a great performance nonetheless. Manning was 26/38 for 400 yards and 3 TDs; Manning passed former Colts' great Johnny Unitas for most completions by a Colts QB.

Eli Manning of the Giants had a big game in Philadelphia against that Chunky soup-lovin mama's boy Donovan McNabb. Manning brought the Giants back from a 17 point deficit and won the game with a TD pass in overtime to leave Eagles' fans stunned. Manning finished the game 31/43 for 371 yards and 3 TDs.

Rex Grossman of the Bears had a great game; though not great enough to shut Lions' WR Roy Williams' big mouth. Grossman led the Bears to a pasting of the Lions, going 20/27 for 289 yards and 4 TD.

Ron Mexico of the Falcons ran the Tampa Bay Bucs into the ground on Sunday afternoon. Vick had a forgettable day passing the ball, but he ran the ball 14 times for 127 yards and 1 TD.

Warrick Dunn of the Falcons had his second straight 100+ game of the season against the Bucs - carrying the ball 21 times for 134 yards...Larry who? LaDanian what?

Darrell Jackson of the Seahawks turned in a great game against the Phoenix Cardinals - catching 5 passes for 127 yards and 1 TD.

Ryan Longwell of the Minnesota Vikings kicked three field goals and threw for a TD against the Carolina Panthers - that put him ahead of Vikes QB Brad Johnson.


While the Washington Nationals have had a forgettable year - Alfonso Soriano recorded his 40th stolen base to become a member of the 40/40 club. It would be funny to put a picture of Soriano up against Jose Canseco and see the difference in body types - for the record, I doubt Soriano is juiced up.

Red Sox West tied a major league record with 4 HR in the bottom of the ninth yesterday - and you know how chicks dig the long ball. So Hazies go out to Jeff Kent, J.D. Drew, Russell Martin and Marlon Anderson, who hit is second HR of the night to send the game into extra innings - setting the stage of NOMAH to win it.

That's about it for tonight; its been a long day and tomorrow promises more of the same as I have a ton of stuff to do before leaving for Toronto this weekend. Have a great one peeps.

Hazel, I hope things are groovy in your world.

Song of the night on Hazelspeeps - just because

Brother Down - Sam Roberts

Peesth Out...Buh Bye!


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