Quick Hitters III — Observations of a Sportslifer

Was Brett Favre the best quarterback ever? That ‘s a up for debate (and perhaps the subject of a future blog)…but any QB who leads all-time in wins, touchdown and yardage is certainly in the discussion.Favre played the game with spirit…and he played every game….and he had fun doing it.

Giant fans will always remember his last pass — the Corey Webster interception in overtime on a frigid night in Green Bay that catapulted New York into the Super Bowl.

Does anybody really care whether Stephon Marbury shows up at Madison Square Garden. There’s lots of guys on the Knicks who don’t show up, even when they’re active and playing.

The Knicks are irrelevant. Shame on you, Son of Cablevision Dolan and Isiah for turning one of the charter NBA franchises into the laughingstock of the league.

Here’s hoping your attorney is not giving you the same lame-brained advice that Rusty Hardin has given Roger Clemens. Rusty reminds me of Phineas T. Barnum.

He’s got the clowns and the high-wire act, just missing the elephants and cotton candy.

Better start doing your NCAA homework. March Madness will soon be upon us. Major in bracketology.

Teams play the entire season and virtually everyone — outside of the Ivy League — is still alive and kicking.

Trivia question: Name the only college football team to have three players make the NFL Hall of Fame?

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3 Comments on “Quick Hitters III — Observations of a Sportslifer”

  1. […] koritschan wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptWas Brett Favre the best quarterback ever? That ’sa up for debate (and perhaps the subject of a future blog)…but any QB who leads all-time in wins, touchdown and yardage is certainly in the discussion.Favre played the game with … […]

  2. Tom Curran says:

    USC? OJ, Marcus, and Gifford?

  3. sportslifer says:

    No, but you’re in the right state. All three played on the same team in the same year.


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