Monday, January 14, 2008

Monday 01/14 A.M. Quickie:
Sneak Peek at the NEW Column!

Today's Sporting News column. (Why is the usual morning post on and not on Here's the exciting explanation.)

Today's Names to Know: Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, Eli Manning, LaDainian Tomlinson, Norv Turner, Tony Dungy, Tony Sparano, Chris Bosh, Mark Kotsay, Roger Clemens, Gus Malzahn, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and More.

Today's Storylines: Is Peyton back to being a choker? Is Eli the better Manning today? Should Cowboys fans blame Jessica or Tony? Has Norv Turner lost the "choker" label for good? Can the world survive the let-down from not getting Pats-Colts in the AFC Title Game? Is Chris Bosh an All-Star? Did you hear the latest on Roger Clemens? Is there a pick for the Australian Open BESIDES Roger Federer?

All that and more in today's first-ever edition of my new column at and The Sporting Blog, the Wake-Up Call! Column just filed and should be published shortly. (You know, with the whole pesky "editors" thing!) I'll update here with links when it's live.

UPDATE: The Sporting News column is published. Here it is.

More coming later today on, so be sure to check back!

-- D.S.


marcomarco said...

Should give us the whole thing, pre-edit...

No work today, due to a 12-16in snowstorm. Unscheduled 3 day weekends rule.

GoldManGold said...

Read the Mike Florio NFL article while you wait for Dan's Post - Great Stuff.

Unknown said...

Weren't you complaining last year about the AFC championship, cause it was pats colts again?

NaviGATR said...

Hey Marco,

Don't get the wrong impression. We're not editing for content. We're formatting and adding tons of links and all that good stuff.

Shawn Schrager

Michael W said...

You're being way too hard on Peyton. He played a great game, but it seemed like he was the only one on the Colts giving it his all. Even the coaching staff seemed to give up. I say Dungy retires this offseason. He just had nothing left in the tank.

The Giants are, by far, the least talented team still in the playoffs. They are also the ones playing their hearts out. If they keep playing well, they could come out Super Bowl champs. 9 wins in a row on road, on top of the way Eli almost beat the Patriots. But then again, all they have to do it let up a little and these guys are going home.

The Chargers better get healthy in a hurry or this could be the worst AFC Championship game we've seen in a very long time.

Richard K. said...

"Wakeup Call"? You've gotta be kidding me.

Wake up calls are probobly the single most evil thing on the planet. Quickies are one of the best.

Unknown said...

well said, richard k. well said.