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Timothy Long

Helmet Hits Warrant Fines, Suspensions posted by Timothy Long

Let’s stop the whining and crying about how the National Football League is being to comforting of injured players, and too strict on head hunters. Yes, this goes out to Troy Polamalu, James Harrison and countless others.

Dirty players should get smacked with heavy fines. PERIOD. No further discussion needed. A helmet hit is not needed to perform the abilities as a defender. Every player, in the NFL especially, should know how to hit the correct way (with their shoulder pads).

Its not impossible to see when a player is aiming to “down” a guy by using their helmet as a weapon. The NFL is not targeting players simply due to their popularity. Defenders are being punished the same, whether a rookie or a veteran.

Most flak from the side of defenders has been from the Steelers.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been the most vocal about the new “strict” rules. Harrison even contemplated retirement. Give us a break Mr. Harrison. Most fans in the league don’t like you or your tendencies. Not every fan is one of your fans or that of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Retire and rid every the NFL of your mouth.

This year, NFL viewers have seen talented players floored by irreprehensible, skull-crushing helmet hits. The Philadelphia Eagles are thanking the heavens for having Jeremy Maclin, after losing DeSean Jackson to a hit by Atlanta Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson. Jackson says the hit he sustained ”felt like a car accident.”

The Baltimore Ravens star tight end Todd Heap was lucky to continue playing a week after New England Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather blasted him. And Cleveland Browns second-year wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi was one of James Harrison’s biggest victims.

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Les Leonard

Big Daddy’s Unforgettable Halloween: posted by Les Leonard

     Big Daddy's spectacular Halloween weekend could not have ended any better than with a Darren Sharper pick to clinch the victory against the hated Dirty Birds on Monday night. Don’ t you feel sorry for people around the country living in cultureless gated communities whose neighbors are from anywhere USA, half of which will move within a year chasing a more lucrative job to fulfill the false illusion of sprawling malls, 401(k)s, mortgages, car payments, and college funds which define success in today’ s misguided America? In this edition on the Section 645 Saints Beat, Big Daddy thanks the Kingpin, reports from Section 645, recaps Monday night, covers the Voodoo Music Experience, plus gives a special Halloween report from Frenchmen St., and releases his World famous Pregame Information.

     If you missed the First Annual Big Daddy Tailgate BBQ prior to that Monday Night Party in Superdome, don’ t feel bad, but Wow! You missed a serious throw down. Big Daddy wishes to thank Ben, Steve, and Tamme for making the Kingpin feel like such a special place. When you combine that feeling the Kingpin exudes with grilling skills of Eric Labouchere and Nat Carrier (the master chefs of Martinique Bistro), the chemical reaction produces the best tailgating venue the Crescent City can offer. Loading up on an all-meat diet prior to football fuels those customary outbursts required by Big Daddy's Section 645 standards, teaching opponents that the Superdome has become the NFL's toughest place for visiting teams.

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Les Leonard

Big Daddy Says Lets Get It On: posted by Les Leonard

     Was it Halloween or Mardi Gras last Thursday night? Guys dressed like football players displaying Arena League talent tortured Saints fans worse than a Abu Grab sleepover. Preseason finales produce yawning spells throughout entire stadiums, while TV viewers simply flip to the Food Network. Big Daddy knows that football squads become cohesive units when coaches drill every offensive play and defensive scheme into players’ heads. Practicing each playbook entry until everything runs smoother than James Bond operating in a singles bar. This week’s Section 645 Saints Beat questions America’s direction, recaps the Miami game, discusses the NFL’s preseason history, examines Gregg Williams’ new defense, covers the Southern Decadence Festival and releases his World Famous Pregame Information.

     Current events have Big Daddy shaking his head in disgust. Parents yanked children out of school and principals offered alternate student activities, fearing President Obama’s stay-in-school message would brainwash America’s youth, borders on un-American. Sheltering kids from reality teaches them as much as a Mose Jefferson computer learning program. Moreover, shortsighted child rearing spawns maladjusted adults. Take South Carolina Republican Representative Joe Wilson, who blurted out “you lie” during the President’s health care address to Congress, embarrassing the president, the Senate, the House of Representatives, and all U.S. citizens in front of the world. Here’s what sucks about our ailing empire: despicable behavior lands book deals, national tours on talk show circuits, followed by a lucrative contract with Fox News, joining Bill O’Reilly, Mike Huckabee, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck spreading their progressive agenda to solve America’s problems. What happened to our dignity?

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Welcome to posted by Sports Fan

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Les Leonard

Big Daddy Criticizes NFL Refs: posted by Les Leonard

     Last Sunday, football fanatics watched the NFL’s final four produce two great grid-iron battles. Super Bowl representatives were determined by offense in the NFC and defense decided the AFC. While high-quality football captivated the nation, Saints fans second-lined around town celebrating Gregg Williams’ arrival. In this week’s edition of Saints Beat, Big Daddy covers the presidential inauguration, bashes NFL officiating, recaps the AFC Championship game, provides a 10-game Hornets update, and releases his World Famous Pregame Information.

     Despite eight years of deceit and an illegal war destroying the United States’ world image, over 2 billion viewers anxiously awaited the transfer of power from George W. Bush to Barack H. Obama. January 20, 2009 proved that American ideals will always prevail in legitimate elections. Did anyone spot Mayor C. Ray Nagin in the crowd? Maybe listening Barak’s beautiful oratory skills will teach C. Ray to edit divisive comments out of his future speeches? Flawless performances by Aretha Franklin, Itzhak Perlman, and Yo-Yo Ma in bitterly cold conditions prepared the huge audience for the peaceful transition. However, Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts Jr. sounded like Bush crucifying the English language one last time when he botched the ceremony. The Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery’s closing benediction evoked a message of inclusion, dreaming of a place where black isn’t held back, brown sticks around, yellow remains mellow, red gets ahead, and white embraces what’s right. Figuring a Muslim like Obama wouldn't need the “Good Book,” the Bush Administration's outgoing gag commandeered every White House copy, forcing Roberts to re-administer the constitution's presidential oath to Obama in a Bible-less White House.

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49ers and Mike Vick Close to Marriage? posted by Paul

After the 49ers 2008 season concluded with back to back wins over the Rams and Redskins interim head coach Mike Singletary was rewarded with a new 4 year contract as the teams new permanent fixture at head coach. For Singletary it was a moment that many saw coming for quite awhile. The former Super Bowl champion and Ravens assistant guided the 49ers to a 5-4 finish after a very rocky 2-5 that saw the firing of former coach Mike Nolan. First on the new coach's to do list was to address offensive coordinator Mike Martz. At times the 49ers were very inconsistent and the chosen one (by Martz anyway) by the name of J.T. O'Sullivan was quickly benched after Singletary took over. So it wasn't much of a surprise then when the 49ers fired Mike Martz after just one season. Now the team is looking for yet another play caller, for the 7th time in as many years in fact. One could certainly point at the 49ers failure to have a long term coordinator as one of the many reasons the team hasn't made the playoffs since 2002. Many names have surfaced for the position including several current NFL assistants and former head coaches (one, Scott Linehan, turned the 49ers down several days ago to accept the same position with the Detriot Lions).

Michael Vick gets a hug from former Falcons coach Dan Reeves after a touchdown run that toppled Minnesota in overtime in 2002. Reeves now says Vick as described in a federal indictment is 'not the Mike Vick I'm acquainted with.'

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Earn Money Blogging

Inbound link contest winner announced! posted by Earn Money Blogging

A big thanks to everyone who participated in the "Inbound Link Contest".  We have a winner!  A big congratulations go out to Marija.  Thank you for all your hard work on this.  While we had a lot of people participate, Marija was able to win with only 4 links!  So it wouldn't have taken a lot to win this contest!  We'll be having another contest soon so stay tuned.

The whole purpose of this contest was to get our bloggers networking with other webmasters and to start to build up their inbound links which will help their traffic.  Even a few links can help you with the search engines as they will see you as more of an authority on your topic the more inbound links you have.

To learn more about marketing your blog check out this post:

Marija's blog can be found here.  If you're a Knicks fan, check it out:

The original post announcing the contest can be found here:

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Earn Money Blogging

Inbound link contest - Win $100! posted by Earn Money Blogging

To try and motivate our bloggers to get inbound links we're going to have a contest to see which blogger can get the most inbound links to their blog. The contest begins now and ends July 31st, 2008. To be entered in to the contest all you have to do is go out and get as many websites to link to your blog as you can and at the end of the month send us an email listing all those links. All links must be active from August 1st through August 7th when we'll be judging the entries - a winner will be announced on August 7th. All entry emails must be received by Midnight on July 31st, 2008. You can email them to

We're going to impose some restrictions on the types of links you can get so please see below for the full list of links that do NOT count.

To get started simply go to Google and find other websites and blog that are about the sports and teams that you write about. Email the website owner and ask them for a link by explaining that you think your blog would be a good resource for their readers. Or offer to write a guest post for them with your by-line and URL at the bottom of the article. Or offer to exchange links with them by writing a quick write up of their site and a reciprocal link back to them. Some webmasters will be happy to add you to their blog roll even if you don't give them a link back (which is ideal) but some may want you to link back to them - you can easily do this with a quick blog entry on your blog about their website.

To learn more about inbound links and marketing your blog in general check out this post:

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Marco Palalay

Lakers Versus Celtics: Welcoming a New Generation to the Rivalry posted by Marco Palalay

Hollywood has turned to comic book heroes and old television shows to help satisfy the audiences’ demands for entertainment. Movies like Spiderman and Transformers are now some of the biggest moneymaking movies of all time because these movies provide heroes and stories that a majority of adults grew up with. These paying adults collected comic books and ran home after school to watch cartoons about robots from a planet called Cybertron and are more than giddy to revisit their childhood. Thanks to Hollywood, new generations have been introduced to old favorites and Peter Parker and Optimus Prime are as fascinating now as they were back then. In following this trend, it shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody that the Lakers and Celtics rivalry has returned and piqued the interest of many sports fans world wide.  

Not just basketball fans, mind you, but football heads, baseball idols, and soccer players are looking up and taking notice of what is shaking up the NBA courts. Members of the New York Giants, who upset Boston’s beloved Patriots, showed up at several Knicks and New Jersey Nets games, Manny Ramirez was a towel waver at a Celtics game earlier in the season, and David Beckham’s mug is shown more at a Laker game than when he’s playing for his own squad, the LA Galaxy.

 Ratings have been given a jump from the heartless and doldrum performances of the last two NBA playoffs. The city of Miami and San Antonio, home of the last two basketball champions, might disagree but, let’s face it: Miami is filled with old people enjoying the scenery before they bite the big one and San Antonio’s population of thirty, all working as tourist guides at the Alamo, didn’t bode well for the NBA’s television payoff. On the other hand, the return of Hollywood versus “Blue-collar Bean-town”  is the league’s basketball version of a wet dream except, now it is a reality.  The Lakers against the Celtics bring back memories of not basketball games, but basketball wars. Clothes-lining someone’s head (Kurt Rambis courtesy of Kevin Mchale), jersey-grabbing (Dennis Johnson on Magic Johnson), and incredible last minute steals (John Havlicek) are just a small fraction of the numerous legendary personnel and highlights that these two warring factions share. Many reputations and legacies were built around their battles and it remains the same today.  Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce are chasing their first championship ring and Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson are hunting for their first since Shaq turned traitor and jumped ship. In addition, Coach Jackson is looking to get his tenth and last finger fitted which, would break his tie with Red Auerbach, the coach that built the Boston Garden. Also, if he were to win, Kobe would come closer to establishing his place among the greats of all time. Shaq-less, Kobe would be unequivocally recognized as the catalyst for the Lakers’ success. The cult-like chants of “Beat LA, Beat LA” have returned while Angelinos are again preparing to take up arms and march down Figueroa St. As a kid growing up in LA, I wholeheartedly bought into the rivalry and I was sure that if I ever saw Larry Bird on the streets, I would have asked for his autograph and then kicked him in the shins, hoping to break a bone or two. I read my Spiderman comics, watched Transformers, and idolized my Lakers. As I grew up, I put down the comics for college textbooks, and Transformers was cancelled but, I never stopped supporting or watching the guys in purple and gold. That being said, I was shocked to see Paul Pierce, a local from Inglewood, Ca, which is the location of the old Lakers’ Great Western Forum, leading the cheers to “Beat LA, Beat LA”. Pierce, to many Lakers fans including myself, is now the new Green Goblin and Megatron all rolled into one. He is the face of an old evil come back to life for all Lakers followers everywhere.  Just like Hollywood has welcomed back old heroes and idols and introduced them to a whole new generation, the Lakers versus Celtics rivalry is an event that has been missed and longed for.  

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Richard Jefferson says he's retiring after Cavaliers win NBA title (Ball Don't Lie)

After helping propel the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first-ever NBA title , and earning the first championship of his own 15-year career, veteran forward Richard Jefferson announced —in the winning locker room, mid-champagne showers and all —that he's decided to retire from the NBA. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] WTF Richard Jefferson JUST ANNOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT on Snapchat ? 😂😭😭 —Alysha Tsuji (@AlyshaTsuji) June 20, 2016 Richard Jefferson says he's retiring. "Hell of a way to go out." —Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) June 20, 2016 Jefferson retirement announcement came out of the blue during interview while he was drinking Moët. I confirmed "for real, you're done?" —Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) June 20, 2016 A very, very, happy Richard Jefferson just told me in Cavs room he's retiring. "I'm done. I'm done." And then -- "I need a cigar" —Michael Grange (@michaelgrange) June 20, 2016 Jefferson elaborated a bit —with a brief tongue-in-cheek tangent about a potential future as an erotic essayist —in a locker-room interview with FOX Sports Ohio's Allie Clifton: Richard Jefferson announces his retirement to @FSOAllieOop on @cavs Live postgame STREAM: —FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) June 20, 2016 Jefferson, who turns 36 on Tuesday, will hang 'em up after playing a larger role than many expected in these NBA Finals, averaging 5.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.3 steals in 24 minutes per game. He gave Cleveland a spark when stepping in for a concussion-sidelined Kevin Love in a Game 3 start, and acted as a key role-playing cog in the Cavalier small-ball lineup —Tristan Thompson at center, LeBron James at power forward, Jefferson at the three alongside J.R. Smith and Kyrie Irving in the backcourt —that dominated the Golden State Warriors, outscoring them by 36 points in 66 total minutes to tilt the series. "I knew I only could control what I could control," Jefferson said when asked during an NBA TV interview how he approached his role when getting tapped to take Love's place. "I'm not a guy that they're going to call plays for, I'm not a guy that they're going to run anything for. So I was just like, 'Richard, just rebound the ball like crazy. Rebound the ball, run the floor, play defense, get on the floor for any loose ball.' [...] That's what I can control, and then try to get shots and try to do some extra things." There was a time when such a circumscribed role would've been out of place for Jefferson, a 6-foot-7 prototype small forward out of Arizona drafted by the Houston Rockets with the 13th overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft and flipped to the New Jersey Nets on draft night. As a rookie, he was a key reserve on the Jason Kidd-led Nets squad that won the Eastern Conference before getting swept out of the Finals by the dominant Shaq-and-Kobe Los Angeles Lakers. By Year 2, he was in the starting lineup for a team that took an excellent Tim Duncan-fronted San Antonio Spurs to six games; by Year 3, he was Kidd's primary finisher, leading the Nets in scoring while showing advancing chops as a rebounder and playmaker. Those Nets teams never got over the top, though, and after seven good-to-very-good years, the Nets shipped Jefferson to the Milwaukee Bucks for Yi Jianlian and Bobby Simmons. That trade began Jefferson's move from near-star to the ranks of NBA journeymen; he'd be traded three more times in the next four years, suiting up for the San Antonio Spurs, the Warriors and the Utah Jazz. Despite Jefferson continuing to perform, produce and bring professionalism to the teams he played for, he kept finding himself on the move, often owing less to his own abilities than to front offices' desire to shed his high price tag. (He signed a $78 million deal with the Nets in 2004, and a four-year deal worth nearly $39 million to stay with the Spurs in 2010.) After coming up short of a title in his early years, and spending most of his prime being shipped around the league, Jefferson decided he was going to spend the latter stage of his career doing what felt right to him: taking whatever chances he had to pursue a championship : "I want to play for a championship team. I want to win a championship. I've come that close. People think just the NBA, but I'll take it back a little further for you. I lost in the [NCAA] national championship game. Then I went to the Olympics and lost to a quality Argentina team and won a bronze medal. Then I lost in two NBA finals. I want to win." [...] "If I get an opportunity to play for a championship team, I'm going to go hunting for that. I have no loyalty. I'm not one of those guys that played for the same team for 15 years like a Reggie Miller who has to decide whether or not he's going to do that. No. I'm a gun for hire." After a respectable season as a starting swingman for the early-stage-rebuild 2013-14 Jazz, Jefferson inked a one-year deal to link up with the Dallas Mavericks, thinking that playing for Rick Carlisle alongside Dirk Nowitzki might get him back into the postseason and potentially in the mix for a ring. His late-career reorientation into a corner-3-shooting, defense-first wing helped him carve out a significant role on a Mavs club that won 50 games, but bowed out in the opening round of the postseason to James Harden's Houston Rockets. Jefferson had agreed to a deal to return to Dallas, but backed off on it —reportedly with Mark Cuban's blessing —after lining up a gig with LeBron's Cavs. Hooking up with the King worked out better than he could have dreamed. "I owe my entire basketball career to him," Jefferson told reporters after Cleveland's Game 7 win on Sunday. "I’ll give you a little walk down right now. I lost the national championship game to Duke, then I lost two straight NBA Finals, then my third year we lost to [the] Detroit [Pistons] after being up 3-2 and they won the championship, then I lost to [the] Miami [Heat] and they won the championship, then to top it off I went to the Olympics and we were the worst team of all time. My whole career has been so, so close. Then I had a stretch of six to seven years where you become a little bit of a journeyman. "To be able to get on a team and walk in with a guy that says he’s going to be able to carry you and bring me here, I owe everything, every shot, every play, everything I’ve ever done to that man." Jefferson will walk away having played more than 36,000 combined regular- and postseason NBA minutes, with career regular-season averages of 13.3 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 30.1 minutes per game. He proved during the playoffs, and especially during these Finals, that he's still got enough left in the tank to help a contender in limited minutes ... but man, as exit opportunities go, how do you beat this? "My teammates keep trying to talk me out of it," he said during his NBA TV interview. "And I'm just like, 'Guys, this has been the most stressful month of my life, I don't know.'" We don't know about all that —judging by the man's Snapchat , it seems like RJ's enjoyed himself quite a bit throughout the Cavs' run to the championship —but after doing everything he could to put himself in the best position possible to win the title that had eluded him throughout his career, and finally succeeding, no one can blame Jefferson, who has already clocked an estimated $110 million in career NBA earnings, for decided to go out on top. "Over the course of my career, I've made tons of mistakes," he said during his NBA TV interview. "I think we all look back on our careers and you're like, 'I should have handled this situation differently, I should have approached this one differently.' But the last three, four years, I've just locked in. Like, hey, I don't know how much more I have, so I'm going to make sure I'm in the best shape I [can be], and you know, whatever happens, whether they play me or not, I'm going to show up to the gym and work. "But this is all held together with duct tape and Super Glue," he added with a smile. "And when this is all done, it's done." More NBA coverage: - - - - - - - Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YourManDevine Stay connected with Ball Don't Lie on Twitter @YahooBDL , "Like" BDL on Facebook and follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr for year-round NBA talk, jokes and more. [read full article]

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