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More Ray Lewis

No, I'm not referring to the the first Monday Night Football game of the season, which features Lewis' Ravens battling the New York Jets. I am too emotionally drained from yesterday's games to take on more football. Instead, I am talking about yet another commercial featuring Lewis for Old Spice. It's strange, but I just love it.

Is it wrong that these commercials are making me love Ray Lewis? I never disliked him, but I am instantly a fan of anything or anyone that makes me laugh.

Opening Sunday and I'm 0 for 2

I have spent most of this day watching football. Both teams I was pulling for lost--the Colts and Eagles. One more game to go--Redskins versus Cowboys (gotta cheer for Donovan). Following 3 teams may damn well kill me this season. I don't know how I'm going to sustain this. I was emotionally drained after the Colts game and had a headache after so much screaming, then on to the Eagles at 4:15. Now the Redskins at 8. I am turning into a dude.

Crazy Old Spice Commercial Kind of Makes Me Love Ray Lewis

I read a lot of chatter via Twitter about the new Old Spice commercial featuring Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. Most of the comments seemed to be along the lines of: "Has Ray Lewis lost his mind?" I finally had a look at the spot and kind of love it. Yes, it's absolutely ridiculous. But that is the brilliance of Old Spices's current campaign. I admit, I am partial to anything Old Spice does with regard to advertising at the moment.

Downtown Venus: US Open Fashion

The eyes in the world of tennis are focused on Flushing, New York this weekend to watch the women's (tonight) and men's (tomorrow) US Open finals.

This year's women's final will see neither of the Williams sisters. Serena is not playing due to an ankle injury, and Venus lost in the semifinals yesterday to Kim Clijsters.

Welcome Back, Football

So many reasons to love September--perfect weather, gorgeous blue, cloudless skies...and the return of football. It's been a long, hot, summer, and we have waited long enough.

Labor Day Weekend Roundup

What you may have missed while boozing and eating yourself into a coma after the holiday weekend:

-After splitting yesterday's double header with the Marlins, the Phillies are a mere half game behind the Braves. Bring it!

-Matt Leinart was dropped on Saturday by the Cardinals for whining like a baby. Then he was picked up by the Texans. Does anyone care? Didn't want to be a backup in Arizona so is the 3rd in line for Houston. Good job there, Matt.

Troy's Luscious Locks

It's a good thing that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is a large man. And trained to destroy grown men. Because otherwise I think he would get his arse kicked left and right. For the following reasons:

1. Long, flowing locks down to his behind -- check.
2. A spokesman for a major shampoo company (Head & Shoulders) -- check.
3. Hair so gorgeous and irreplaceable it is insured for one million dollars by said shampoo company? -- check.

Eagles Rookies Take in Some Culture

As a welcome to their new city, the 2010 rookie class of the Philadelphia Eagles had a tour of Philadelphia and visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Part of that visit, of course, was the requisite running up the Art Museum steps. I hope they enjoyed the run up the stairs, hummed the theme song, and pumped their fists with vigor--any visitor to Philadelphia is only permitted to do this once before being chastised. 

Padres Camo Jerseys: Snazzy or No?

While catching a bit of yesterday's Phillies-Padres game, something different caught my eye. The Padres jerseys, which on this game were camouflage. I found them to be rather spiffy but perhaps I am one of the few.

Major Fashion Offense: Otis Hudson

Who knew that sports' most prolific tweeter, Chad Ochocinco of the Cincinatti Bengals, would help me in my mission to eradicate bad fashion from sports. But, there you have it. Mr. Ochocinco spotlighted a poor rookie's "fashion" last night via Twitter. The photo features Bengals rookie Otis Hudson in a tragic combination of shorts paired with over the calf socks and dress shoes. Ochocinco BFF Terrell Owens is seen in the picture pointing and laughing at his teammate.  After sharing a few laughs, I hope T.O.

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