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7) Will Peyton Manning retire? (He has come back from injuries and defeats before, and he has adjusted to new teammates and new coaches, but you wonder if Manning can ignore the thought that his best chance to win a second Super Bowl has disappeared. Old Skool Australia Cheap . You also wonder if he can ignore the $38 million left on his contract.)8) How are Denver fans reacting to the departure of Broncos head coach John Fox? (As the cliche goes, Fox and the teams general manager werent on the same page. In Denver, fans will be on the GMs page as long as the GM is John Elway.)9) If the Super Bowl matchup is New England vs. Seattle, the meeting of two great coach-quarterback combinations would be fascinating, and Belichick-Brady would rate an edge over Carroll-Wilson. Does that mean the Patriots would be favoured? (Not unless defence doesnt matter, and it does. The Seahawks edge without the football would be greater than the Patriots advantage when Brady has it.)10) Is Rex Ryan a good fit in Buffalo? (I think Ryan is capable of being a bad fit almost anywhere. Tumultuous times follow him, or are caused by him, and the Bills organization is so new and unsettled under owners Terry and Kim Pegula that its hard to say how Ryan will fit. But Bills fans are sure to like a volatile coach who can inspire an aggressive defence. They might really like him if the Bills can find him a quarterback.)11) What is the difference between the Toronto Maple Leafs under Peter Horachek and the Toronto Maple Leafs under Randy Carlyle? (My simplest of answers is this: Fresh air has been added and stale air has been removed and the Leafs are now working harder. However, the change is hardly dramatic until there are more wins than losses under Horachek.)12) Isnt it true that mid-season coaching changes usually dont make much of a difference, if any? (But then there are the exceptions, and when Darryl Sutter replaced Terry Murray as LA Kings coach on December 20, 2011 and wound up lifting the Stanley Cup on June 11, 2012, there was another reminder that dramatic change can occur.)13) Randy Carlyle became the fourth NHL coach fired in the first half of this season. Is that a record? (Not even close. The record was set in 2011-12, when seven coaches were let go by early January. Carlyle was a victim then, as well - released by the Anaheim Ducks.)14) Is it important to discuss the players who are going to the NHL All-Star game, or those who arent going? (No, and no.)15) Is there any other twist to the all-star idea of a game between two teams drafted by the players themselves? (Now that the NFL is doing the same with its Pro Bowl, maybe the football players could draft the hockey teams, and vice versa.)16) Is there an easy way to explain Bill Belichicks "substitution trickery" employed by New England against Baltimore? (Theres a way, but Im not sure how easy it is. Youll have to decide. On three plays in the third quarter, all of which produced pass completions, New England employed only four actual offensive linemen and had one of six other players report as another "ineligible receiver". The Ravens were so informed, but had to quickly forget about that back or receiver and scramble to cover each of the five guys who could catch a Tom Brady pass. I guess that wasnt easy... for them.)17) Who is the mid-season favourite to win the Calder Trophy as the NHLs top rookie? (The longer the season goes, and the more the Florida Panthers win, the less are the chances of anyone other than Aaron Ekblad. Filip Forsberg and Johnny Gaudreau would have to score a lot just to make it close.)18) Should the Hart Trophy go to the NHLs most valuable player, or to the NHLs best player? (Heres another try to drum up support for the latter, and maybe thats easier in the middle of a season that sees little or no MVP consensus. Not that there would be a slam-dunk winner the other way, but scoring leader (and not just because he happens to be that) Jake Voracek of the Philadelphia Flyers is the best player Ive seen.19) Can Ohio States Cardale Jones make it as a quarterback in the NFL? (Hell probably try, because the alternative might be to go from the guy who beat Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota in the College Football Playoff National Championship game to the Buckeyes third-stringer he was before Braxton Miller and then J.T. Barrett got hurt.)20) And finally, would you mind if I presented the song that is in my head ever since I watched Boyhood? (It was there before, but it would leave. Now, it wont.) Vans Old Skool Australia Sale .com) - James Harden needed just seven made field goals to drop 35 points on the Philadelphia 76ers, leading the Houston Rockets to a 104-93 win on Monday. Cheap Old Skool Australia Free Shipping . Al Harrington, another former Knicks forward, scored 22 of his 24 points after halftime for the Nuggets, allowing them to withstand Anthonys attempt to rally the Knicks after his poor shooting had them behind until the final minutes of regulation. Anthony finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds, missing 20 of 30 shots in the Knicks sixth straight loss.No other team in the league has experienced more uncertainty at quarterback the past few years than the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Buck Pierces time was marred by several injuries while none from the cast of backups, from Alex Brink and Joey Elliott to Max Hall, Justin Goltz, and Jason Boltus, managed to distinguish themselves during their opportunities for the team. Even the Ottawa Redblacks, not yet having played a game, appear better set behind centre. Compared to some of Winnipegs rotation of quarterbacks the past couple seasons, the expansion team has an embarrassment of riches at the position with veterans Henry Burris and Kevin Glenn, and two-year pro Thomas DeMarco. With the trade and subsequent contract extension for former Saskatchewan Roughriders QB Drew Willy, Bombers GM Kyle Walters is hoping all his QB problems are in the past. After losing out to Zach Collaros and Hennry Burris just days before, Walters finally landed a QB to be penciled in atop his depth chart heading into the 2014 season; but will Willy stay there, and more importantly, will he find success where so many before him have faltered? The 27-year-old is light on experience, having started just two games in his career behind Darian Durant in Saskatchewan, but has shown potential in his limited action. Cheap Old Skool Vans. Willy threw just 52 passes last season, going for 473 yards and four touchdowns to just one interception. He saw a little more action last year, his first in the league, and for his career is 101-147 for 1,182 yards and nine touchdowns to five interceptions. His resume is light, but theres enough to get excited about with the Buffalo product. The Rouge asks: Is Drew Willy the answer at quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers? As always, its Your! Call. ' ' '


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