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  1. Juan Mata

    Maybe Jose feels that Mata is not that big a loss so trading him to a rival is not that big a deal. Or he feels Moyes is clueless so United is not a threat. I honestly don't get trading him to United. Maybe it's a combo of Mata not being his type of player and Moyes not being very good. Can't imagine he'd trade him to United if Fergie was still there.
  2. Fernando Torres

    As a friend and I were discussing this is an injury he suffered at Liverpool a few times. Hope it's not a precursor to those Liverpool injury days.
  3. Fernando Torres

    Miss tomorrow and West Brom. The international break is coming at the right time for him. Still waiting for scan to see how bad the injury is.
  4. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    Side note: I love NFL Red Zone especially when there isn't a local game that I want to watch. At first it was way too confusing for my old butt especially when they went double or quadruple box. Now I'm addicted. Too bad they don't have it for college football.
  5. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    That Texan kicker was crap last night. That's got to be brutal for the Texans defense - sh*tty QB play most of the season, sh*tty kicking game - while they play their as**s off. Former Bama RBs - Richardson, Ingram - not doing much in the NFL. NO was a bad spot for Ingram and Richardson can't seem to find a hole to save his life. Lacy on the other hand at GB is a beast. Were the Steelers supposed to be this bad this season? I admit I don't follow them much but I always expect them to be winning more than losing. Tampa Bay - Schiano is going to be the first guy fired unless the owner is a complete idiot. That team is a mess.
  6. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    Said it wasn't a heart attack but still pretty intense to see. Texans dominated the first half completely. Watt was his typical pain in the ass self causing mayhem everywhere. Second half Luck's WRs remembered how to catch the damn ball. Will Schaub ever see the field again as a Texan after Keenan's performance last night? And WTH is the matter with Richardson? Did he forget out how to run? When the trade first happened I thought Cleveland was stupid. Now I'm thinking Indy may have gotten screwed giving up a 1st round pick for Richardson. Freakin' Chargers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1st and goal on the 1 yard line and can't punch it in. I don't even understand what that playcalling was down there. And then to let them go down the field and score easily in OT.
  7. The Basketball Thread

    Klay Thompson was on fire. Lakers shooting was ice cold. Nash is aging drastically day by day. Farmer has been a nice surprise. Me thinks there are going to be lots of highs and lows this season with this Lakers squad.
  8. Fernando Torres

    Happy for the performance for 3 reasons: 1. Good for Chelsea 2. Good for Fernando 3. Probably pissed off Carragher
  9. Fernando Torres

    Don't think Mr. Potato Head was going to call him up anyway.
  10. Juan Mata

    Pat Nevin's post-match analysis of Mata and Torres. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYEZ37xg8sw
  11. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    Speaking of sh*t - the Rams. That was ugly last night. Is Stafford one of the most overrated QBs out there? Tayvon Austin is a speedburner and made Geno Smith look good at WVU. He and Stafford together = zilch.
  12. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    I'm a huge Julio Jones fan and would love to see the Falcons in the SB but I don't see it. With all the God given offensive talent ATL has I sometimes feel they're too conservative. JJ is a stud for the Texans but I'm not convinced overall. Giants - unless that o-line gets its sh*t together real quick then Eli is going to be on his backside a lot this season. Right now I think SEA vs DEN and the first one pains me to say.
  13. NFL/College Football (the pointy kind) Fans

    RGIII needs to focus less on the RGIII brand and more on his football. Don't see Luck or Wilson constantly in our faces yet I'd take them both over RGIII any day. And I have a strong dislike for the Seahawks (can't stand Carroll). Right now the Broncos and Peyton especially look every strong. The Pats - depends on how much Brady can get out of his relationship with the WRs and when Gronk comes back (and if he stays healthy).
  14. Juan Mata

    If it was any other year maybe but with the WC coming up and playing time hard enough to find with the Spanish squad..... Mata needs to be playing or he won't get called up by VDB. Another team will gladly find a place for him on the pitch on a regular basis.
  15. The Mourinho Thread

    Spoke to a friend in Madrid, long-time, multi-generational RM supporter. His viewpoint which he feels is shared by many RM supporters is that this team has taken on the negative characteristics of their manager and they don't like it. Drama with the manager and press, manager and players, players and players. Winning and trophies hides the ugliness. Losing and no trophies exposes it and RM supporters feel he's chipped away at the dignity of the RM institution, made it more about Jose, and less about RM. The club in Spain is bigger than player or manager and Jose hasn't respected that. He said Spanish football has a lot of drama, real and fake, but Jose has taken RM to soap opera status. Many feel he has out stayed his welcome and feel CFC fans will feel the same in a few years. He said "a little of Jose goes a long way".