By the time week 17 rolls around, most teams already know if they will be playing the following week or if they will be heading home for the off-season. There are usually a handful of games that have meaning and a few teams fighting for their lives, but for the most part it is often one of the dullest weeks of the season. Most fantasy leagues don’t even play in week 17.
Of those 1,010 yards, the Raiders rushed for 592 of them. McFadden accounted for only 284 of those yards and he was the Raiders’ leading rusher in both games. In stark contrast, the Broncos rushed for just 181 total yards in both games combined. Take away Tebow’s 40-yard touchdown run on Sunday, and McFadden doubled the Broncos’ rushing production.
The plane ride to Bahrain was eerie. Each of us lost in our own thoughts of what we would find; what we were coming home to. It didn’t help that the plane went through turbulence too! Nerves were already jumpy as it was.
Jason Campbell (stinger) came off the field for a play, Asomugha (ankle) missed most of the second quarter and played sparingly in the second half. McFadden missed the Raiders’ first possession of the second half while receiving attention to his shoulder and neck.
While still playing escudos de times brasileiros, Kemp got his feet wet in politics, volunteering for Barry Goldwater’s 1964 losing presidential campaign to LBJ as well as Ronald Reagan’s 1966 California Gubernatorial race, which Reagan captured.
After all of this excitement, there was still one more spot to be determined. The San Diego Chargers had one last shot to get into the playoffs when they met the Denver Broncos on Sunday night.
We all want to be stars in one way or another. Some of us just have to work a little harder at it the others. As they say, it is all in the eye of the beholder. You could be special at school or at work, but deep in our hearts, we all want to be a mvp in sports.