12-28-2012 5:59 PM
Well, this is the last WOTT for 2012. Cannot believe this year is over. Hope everyone had a blessed and safe Christmas and has a safe and Happy New Year.
12-29-2012 5:06 PM
All best wishes and happiness during the coming year from us to all of you.
And from Alfie too:
12-31-2012 7:51 PM
Yeah, BeeBee, that game was a big disappointment for us Dallas fans. Here in Kansas City we don't really have much of a team to cheer for. So we have to find others to support. In my case that is Dallas....or Green Bay...or the Bears which I've followed since I was a teenager. The K.C. coach was fired this morning by Clark Hunt. We kind of get the impression that a big house cleaning is around the corner. Because the traditionally super-loyal, super-enthusiastic Chiefs fans are in a collectively very-bad-mood over the way things have been going here in recent years. A lot of us are hoping that the general manager, Scott Pioli gets the boot also. The time is ripe. Things can't get much worse.
Just 2 hrs. and 10 minutes from 2013 here in our time zone. Don't know if this old guy will stay up or not.
All the best for the new year to all of you here on the UV forum. God bless!
01-01-2013 6:39 AM
Happy New Year to all.
Was hoping to see Garrett on the list of coaches without a job yesterday, but no such luck. I'm sorry, he's a terrible coach. We also need a new GM but I don't see Jerry firing himself, but we can dream. Romo isn't the problem, it's the people that are around him, we need an offensive line that can actually block for more than 2 seconds. Granted we had lots of injuries this year, 9 opening day starters on the IR, but even before the season started I knew our O-line was going to be an issue. People keep comparing Romo to Aikman, well that's totally unfair. Look at the number of Hall of Fame players on that team and then look at who Romo has had to work with. Witten has been the only bright spot for the past several years. Dez and Murray are going to be great, but the rest of the offense needs a complete overhaul. Let's hope that O-line become a priority this year.
01-02-2013 1:12 PM
Well, I for one, am happy. Our Colts, supposedly in Year One of a protracted "rebuilding year" made the playoffs at the 5 seed, with a rookie QB. He won 3x the games that Peyton did, in his first year.
Sadly, I did not make the playoffs in (CBS Sports) Fantasy Football. I too was the 5 seed but my league only takes 4, lol.
01-02-2013 8:24 PM
Indy really impressed me this year. Luck, Russell and RGIII, pretty impressive QB class last year.