Archive for September 16th, 2007

Sunday, September 16th, 2007

Jets’ McCareins drops two TD’s

Jets Rumors & News

Players and coaches all have their own superstitions about doing the exact same thing before a game for good luck. The NY Jets can only be thankful that their only game closer than Baltimore is an away game in their own stadium. They certainly wouldn’t want to hop on another train given the outcome of Sunday’s game against the Ravens. It was certainly bad luck. Or should we say, a case of bad drops ~ three of them.

As expected, Chad Pennington did not start nor did the Raven’s Steve McNair. Enter the backup QB’s and fast forward to the 4th quarter (if you want stats, quotes and play-by-play there are 100 other websites you can go to).

The Jets look like a playoff-bound team, pulling within a touchdown late in the game. Brad Smith then drops (drop #1) a perfect on-sides kick (isn’t this why we kept him ~ because of his versatility?). The defense holds and Justin McCareins then drops (drop #2) a sure touchdown that would have tied the game……….and then has one skip off his hands (drop …

Yank’s Wang Beaten By Beckett

Yankees Rumors & News

Yank’s Wang Beaten By Beckett: “On Saturday afternoon the New York Yankees dropped the second game of a three game series to the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park 10-1 the day after the Bombers had come back from a five-run deficit.

The upset put the Yankees five and a half games back in the American League Eastern Division and left them just three games up on the Detroit Tigers in the AL wild-card.

The game included a match-up between two starting pitchers, Chien-Ming Wang and Josh Beckett, who each entered the game with 18 wins apiece and were both considered to be front runners for the AL Cy Young award.

In the first inning, while the sell-out crowd was still expecting to see a pitchers duel, Derek Jeter broke it open with one out in the first inning when he pounded the ball over the center field wall to put the Yanks in front 1-0.

During the bottom of the first the Red Sox quickly answered back as …

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