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The Football Leads Monday Ramblin’s…

NFC:  If Jay Cutler had a legacy before yesterday, he’s got a new one today. For a taste of how he was getting banged on by other NFL players, read this column by Mike Wilbon. Cutler’s injury/non-injury aside, the Bears did produce a game out of this at the end. Making it surprising to me that they’re the early Super Bowl favorites (-2). If BJ Raji has the normal set of hands you’d expect from a D-Tackle, I think we’d have a lot more Caleb Hanie in your life than you’d want…

AFC: Maybe you hate the Jets. Maybe you don’t. But Rex Ryan makes for compelling TV, so I kind of root for the guy so I don’t have to hear the holier than thou prophesize to me about ‘this is why you don’t trash talk.’ Well sexy Rexy shut his pie hole all week and the Jets got murdered in the first half. Kudos to them for coming out and making that game fairly entertaining. Speaking of legacy- I think LT wrote his epitaph by getting stuffed at the 1 yard line in the fourth quarter: great RB, doesn’t get it done in the playoffs…

25 days until position players report to spring training. No Pujols contract. No talk of a Pujols contract…

With the Blues scuffling to a 2-8 record in January, it looks like the St. Louis playoff win drought will stretch on to at least October. The last playoff win for any STL professional team was in October of 2006…

It’s getting old scrapping something off the car every morning…

Matt Sebek offered this observation on the Cardinals signing of utility IF Nick Punto. “Punto is Spanish for period. As in, “Nick is short and white, so we signed him. Period.”…

Lastly, I kind of miss-typed Googling something I was looking for and this is what I got…


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