Another North Texas city may soon be ready to stomp out smoking.
This morning, NewsRadio 1080 KRLD’s Austin York joined New School from West, Texas with an update from Wednesday’s destructive fertilizer plant explosion.
By now, Cowboys fans are probably sick of the prognosticators, former coaches, players, talk show hosts and analysts calling the team dumb after the way they ended in Baltimore.
Talk show hosts and editorialists are very rarely right. By the sheer amount of predictions they have to make, the odds are not in their favor.
I know that the first few weeks of the NFL season are the most over analyzed weeks of any sport in North America.
Too much is going on in the world of Sports. I have opinions on all of it. So here goes…
Hamilton was hitting .404 near the end of May and as of this writing, is hitting .293. Since June he has gone 42-195 (.216). Since the All Star Game he is hitting a whole .156.
That’s exactly what the Rangers did the first half of the season: SURVIVE.
There are two kinds of people that write editorials: those who believe what they say but see things differently, and those that don’t believe what they say but do it for shock value.
Now, I am not a Tony Romo hater, but I have never put him as a Top 5 quarterback. That’s for QBs who win! If not a Super Bowl, then a few playoff games. Romo has done neither.
After a scorching hot start to the season (finishing April off with a 17-6 record) the team had a not so good May (14-14).
The year before the Cowboys had finished 11-5 and lost in the Divisional round against the Lions in Detroit and I remember my father saying, “next year, you watch. This team will be good.”