Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Rambling On...

I must admit that I like various types of musicians. One in particular group I am fond of is Led Zepplin. A song produced by them, that I like, is known as "Rambling On." The very title of that song deals with the latest addition to my sports site. During a "Rambling On" article I will say a few short sentences on whatever sports issues are on my mind. In this case I'll be talking about the NFL and the NBA.


-The final playoff spot in the AFC will be picked up by the Steelers who will crush the Lions. As for the NFC, the Redskins will struggle against the Eagles, but none the less win the game and grab the 6th and final playoff spot.

-The number one pick of the 2006 NFL Draft will be made by the San Francisco 49ers who will lose to the Texans on Sunday. Come draft day, San Fran will select (gasp!) Reggie Bush!

-The Sunday Night game between the Dallas Cowboys and St. Louis Rams will be Marshall Faulk's last game as a NFL running back.

-Priest Holmes will come back next year, but will never be the same. He'll injure himself again and most likely that will be the end of a fantastic career.

-Shaun Alexander will win the MVP.

-Come playoff time the most feared team will be the New England Patriots.

-The Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars will be one and done in the playoffs.

-The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be the most surprising team of the 2006 Playoffs.


-Ron Artest will be traded to Denver or Minnesota.

-Yes, they had an excellent start to the season, but in the end, the LA Clippers will not be participating in the 2006 NBA Playoffs.

- LeBron will finally get the Cavs in the playoffs. His team will fall to defeat in the second round.

-Center Jerome James of the New York Knicks will never again put up double-doubles the way he did against the Sacramento Kings in last years playoffs as a Seattle SuperSonic.

-Isiah Thomas will lose patience and eventually trade NBA stud duck Stephon Marbury.

-The Indiana Pacers will do as much damage in the playoffs as last year.

-Talks about Al Harrington being shipped to Denver will heat up even more over the next few weeks.

-Something dramatic regarding coaches or players will occur if the Houston Rockets don't start turning there season around.

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