Jeff Garcia and Kurt Warner have their eye on the Detroit Lions. Garcia would be a nice pickup, but I hope the Lions steer clear of Warner.
My Super Bowl weekend couldn’t have started out any worse. On the ride up to Rogers City I hit a porcupine and it cracked up my front bumper. I’m going to try to get it fixed without replacing it. I talked to one of the body shops back home and they said they would be able to take off the bumper, grind it down, and glue it. Roughly $300-$400 to have that done. He also said probably over $600 to just replace it. Our deductible is $500, so I really like the $300 range a lot more. If it was my car, I just rig it up with some brackets underneath or something, but I have to turn in the lease in less than two months. Great timing!
My Dad got me all excited about the new vehicle again. He told me that the dealer who is looking for my ride found one exactly like I wanted, but it was $1000 more than I wanted to pay. He said there is a lot of time and if he gets one with a little more mileage it shouldn’t be a problem (this one had 24,000). You’re probably wondering what I’m getting right? It’s going to be a 2003 GMC Envoy SLT 4×4 with carbon metallic as the color. Carbon metallic is a really dark gray and looks sweet on these vehicles. It’s really going to be a nice ride. I can’t wait!
The Detroit Lions are 3-0 on the road this year after going two full seasons without a single win away from home. Too bad they’re only 1-2 at home.
Joey Harrington was Detroit’s leading rusher today against Green Bay. That won’t win you ball games.
The Detroit Lions have started the NFL season 2-0! I said before the season that an 8-8 record would be a good turn around and I’m sticking to it. It really hurt them when Charles Rogers went out for the season again, but Roy Williams is stepping up. Keep your eye on this team…the next few years look very promising.
The Detroit Lions were the most injured team in the NFL last year. It’s already happening again!
As I settled into my chair yesterday at noon I wondered how the Lions would fuck up the 2004 NFL Draft. They had the #6 pick and could possible get TE Kellen Winslow or S Sean Taylor (both from Miami) if they were still available. Taylor was picked just before them at #5, so I thought Winslow was the lock pick when the Lions were put on the clock.
The Super Bowl is today, but I’m not all that thrilled about it. I’m not a fan of the teams, but I don’t hate them either. I would have liked to see Payton Manning and the Colts make it to the big show, but the cold New England weather did them in against the Patriots. I guess I’ll root for the Panthers simply because they are the underdogs. I have some pretty good numbers for the usual Super Bowl squares that everyone does for betting. The pot is $125 per quarter, so it would be nice to win one or maybe even two! These are my numbers:
Patriots Panthers 7 3 5 2 4 7 9 6 6 4
Yesterday the Detroit Lions set the NFL record for consecutive road losses with their 24th in a row. I looked at the box score and they had a total of 106 yards on offense! These guys are supposed to be professions? The best in the world at playing football? I’ll continue to be a fan, but holy shit do they suck! I heard this joke on the radio this morning:
What do the Lions and an opposum have in common?
They both play dead at home and get killed on the road.
Kind of corny, but kind of funny too. At least we have the Red Wings to root for!