Daybreak Doppler: Sort of Back to Back DPoYs
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is female Pop Stars.
Our guest for today’s Thur Q & A is Holly Phelps from CHTV, Cheesehead Radio, The Other 31 & BrentFavre.com, should be up around 1:30 so check back then.
Speaking of Holly, here is her Opposition Talking Points on the Atlanta Falcons.
Mike at GPN looks at How the Falcons Win Games.
ACME Packing Company on how the Green Bay Packers Hope to Limit Atlanta’s Forceful Offensive Tackle, Tyson Clabo.
Down in Atlanta, Falcons are already tired of the Packers.
The Bucks dropped one to the Spurs 91-84 as San Antonio’s Matt Bonner shot 3′s or drove every time.
A guest column at Cracked Sidewalks on Marquette’s Defensive Issue.
This will help you waste some time today, Things Parents TEXT.
I kept up with the X-Files up until Mulder left, but I could see how some would agree with this & jumped ship earlier: Why I Stopped Watching X-Files.
Now this is some practical information, Secrets For Winning At Rock Paper Scissors.
I’ve often wondered where Dora’s parents are, 11 dumbest things cartoons have taught us.
Best job ever? Best job ever: Would You Like to Be the Chief Shark Officer of Shark Week?
These are horrible, The Worst Pick Up Lines From Movies.
Magdalena Frackowiak, whoever she is.
Close Enough – Yesterday Clay Matthews III was awarded the Sporting News Defensive Player of the Year. Now, this isn’t the ‘official’, more recognized DPoY which is chosen by the Associated Press and which Charles Woodson won last year, but it’s still pretty good. Consider it the Golden Globe to the Oscar if you will. One has to think though that a lot of the credit for Matthews’ award and Woodson’s last year falls on the shoulders of Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers. Not to take anything away from the talent and ability of either Matthews or Woodson, its Caper’s who continually puts them in the position to make plays and wreak havoc on opposing offenses. With the emergence of Tramon Williams & Desmond Bishop, this defense will hopefully have Capers around for a few more years and continue to be one of the toughest around.
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