Super Bowl XLVIII

140120120436-peyton-manning-story-topIt is the time of year again everyone! It is time for the Super Bowl! This year it will be Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos taking on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in MetLife Stadium located in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Peyton Manning is looking for his 2nd ring, and his 1st with Denver. Seattle is looking to head back to the Super Bowl after they lost in 2006 to the New England Patriots. This Super Bowl is bound to be a great one, with Denver’s high-powered offense taking on Seattle’s hard hitting defense. There are not a lot of defenses capable of stopping Denver’s offense but Seattle surely can. So what happens in Super Bowl XLVIII? Will we see another Peyton Manning choke? Will Seattle fall to Denver’s offense? Maybe Seattle’s offense will be the shocker and lead the team to their first ever Super Bowl win. It all happens on Sunday, February 2nd, 6:30 PM Eastern Time on FOX. Tune in and don’t miss any of the thrilling touchdowns and head-jarring hits.

Kershaw says it is all about the money


It’s all about the money says Clayton Kershaw

Recently the Dodgers avoided arbitration with LHP Clayton Kershaw by agreeing to a seven-year, $215 million contract. At the press conference Kershaw stated that the most important factor in the new contract was the money. “Staying a Dodger, championship rings, fans and all that other stuff that guys sign for is nice but for me it was all about the money. I figure I can buy whoever else I need” stated Kershaw. Dodger ownership was also ecstatic with the deal locking up the young star for years. They didn’t seem concerned with the big payout stating a raise in ticket and concession prices will take care of everything and ensure that none of the money is coming out of their pocket.

A-Rods’ scandal!


   In the last few weeks, the A-rod scandal has swept the nation. I, like many of you, watched the 60 minutes special about him. Plus, I have been reading all the sports writers opinions.Here are my views.
    Alex Rodriguez has gotten away too easy in this case. His giant use of steroids was a mockery to the sport of baseball and credible athletics everywhere. Without steroids he was a great player with immense talent. Without drugs, even I, as dye-heart Sox fan, would have voted him into Cooperstown.  According to his drug dealer, Anthony Bosch; before a 4 pm game, he would use over  10 drugs! One is bad enough, but 10 is unexceptionable.  Even during the trial, he was still being unbelievable. Bosch said that 3 days before he agreed to testify, A-rod sent him a bribe of 50 grand. Also, he said that one of Alex’s friends had threatened him with his life if he testified. These are horrible and shameful  things to do!
    But the worst part was the trial. He was going to get a great 212 game suspension. But he weaseled it down to one season. This reporter believes that no real justice was served to Alex Rodriguez  in this trial and to fully stop the damaging scandals of steroids, the MLB must flex it’s muscles for one time and make these cheaters understand that steroids comes with punishment. Mr. Rodriguez was their chance to do that and they failed.

Richard Sherman On His Fine

imagesRichard Sherman was fined by the league earlier this week and he has made the following comments in a news conference:

“You’re fining me?!?!?! Im the best corner in the game! You should fine Crabtree for being so damn sorry.”

Sherman was fined again for his comments in the news conference.

Roger Goodell was thinking about suspending him for the Super Bowl but the Seattle Seahawks owner bribed Goodell with an ounce of marijuana and Goodell lifted the suspension and suspended Ndamukong Suh instead for no apparent reason.