Welcome to the latest edition of The Victory Formation!
This is going to be the final Monday of 2010. The countdown has begun to the beginning of a new year. A new decade even. Everyone is looking forward to it. The new year brings new hope and a brighter future. Although for some, they want to get away from 2010 as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, due to the stroke of luck that Christmas fell on a Saturday this year, our office decided to have no work on Friday (a.k.a. Christmas Eve). Considering that last year was the first time that I had to work on Christmas, it is something I am reluctant to do and it was very satisfying to be spending the holidays with family.
The better news is that I also get New Year's Eve off, so I am also going to spend the arrival of 2011 with my family instead of being holed up in a cubicle.
Hereforth are the links:
There was a snowstorm in Philly. So, we have Tuesday Night Football to look forward to.
No T.O.? No Ocho Cinco? Apparently, no problem for Carson.
St. Louis held up their bargain, rendering Jaaaaaash Freeman's performance irrelevant. Now it's a showdown worth flexing for.
We'll miss the Singletary sound bytes.
Now the parallel of the Miracle at the Meadowlands and the Meltdown at the New Meadowlands is complete, as the week after sees the Giants get blown out to smithereens.
Da Bears defeet the Jets. (Pun intended) & Jay Cutler still looks like a douche. But Rex still finds a way to smile.
The clock now officially begins for Carolina, thanks to Tim Tebow. Now, will Luck fall on their side?
Tom Brady may have closed all conversation about who is really the MVP. Maybe he'll let Michael Vick get the Offensive Player of the of the Year.
The ageless Jamie Moyer. Because he just never goes away.
Cliff Lee to Brandon Webb sure looks like a huge dropoff.
Who is the hottest wrestling diva?
Would you like to sponsor a birthday party fit for a King? Meanwhile, his contraction comments have elicited reactions all around.
Lebron just had a trip-dub on Christmas day. Durant had 44 and Monta had 39.
Blake Griffin is the gift that keeps on giving, see this for example.
This is moot if Favre retires after this season.
Possible suggestion for a H-O-R-S-E shot.
The streak continues for Crosby.
Holy Toledo! Panthers pull off a miracle.
No Cancun or Cabo for Catholics and Convicts.
Gators getting this person as part of the new coaching staff?
Renardo Sidney is such a talented yet troubled soul.
Lasers are bad for you. Must be from watching too much TRON: Legacy.
Leonardo trades his old red Milan for a blue Milan.
Will you shake your Christmas?