First off sports fans, thanks to any and everyone that voted for Nikki Gott to be the next director of NFL Fandemonium. She has made it onto the next round so she needs our help yet again. So once again please go to http://www.nfl-monster.com/# and vote for Nikki!
As for the contest, there were not too many entries so I have decided to extend the contest for the next week. To be considered, follow the link above to vote for Nikki then leave a comment on this post saying that you’ve voted and whatever else comes to mind. The best comment from the beginning of the contest last week through this coming Monday will be considered. Only comments left on posts which talk about the contest will be counted. the prize remains a $50 gift card to the NFL Shop.com.
J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets!
I have yet to hear any comments to this affect, but I sure hope the Colts are fired up for this game. With the streak ending in less than glamorous fashion against the Jets they should be looking for just a little retribution. Heck, the Jets would not eve be in the playoffs if it were not for the Colts tanking their regular season contest. Were the Colts to lose this Sunday there will undoubtedly be some angry fans since the team’s demise will be completely of its own doing.
The problem now might be that the Jets think they actually belong in the same stadium as the Colts. Sanchez has made improvements in his rookie year, but lets face it- the kid should have been in college last year. USC would have done better and Matt Barkley would not have had to learn te hard way so much; Carrol might not have left even. Thomas Jones has proven to be a powerful runner and along with Shonne Greene the Jet running game has the potential to take some serious time off the clock. Rex Ryan has managed to build a daunting defense, but whether they are really up to the challenge of the Colt’s offensive arsenal remains to be seen.
Generally I always hope to see a good game in the playoffs, but not this time. I hope that Peyton and the rest of the Colts take this opportunity to give something back to the fans by kicking the collective *sses of the Jets so bad they will wish their playoff hopes had ended the last time they entered Lucas Oil Stadium.