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Daily Noontime – December 19, 2011

Tom Brady meets Tim Tebow at midfield after Sunday's game! (Photo Credit: Washington Post)

Happy Monday y’all, and welcome into another grand edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some news, headlines, and much more! 

Headlines: 

* Despite losing to the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow apparently told the media that he still “keeps the faith.”

* Patriots quarterback Tom Brady engineered his offense to perfection on Sunday, which was a major reason why New England topped Denver, 41-23.

* The Philadelphia Eagles stunned the New York Jets on Sunday, 45-19, while Big Blue, (New York Giants), fell to the Washington Redskins, 23-10.

* Philadelphia inked Jimmy Rollins‘ name on a three-year deal — according to MLB.com.

* The San Diego Chargers kept their playoff hopes alive, as they steamrolled the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday evening, 34-14.

Games to Watch: 

* Montreal at Boston (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Pittsburgh at San Francisco (NFL) – 8:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

This is how you dunk the ball! 

 

Daily Noontime – December 14, 2011

The Big-3 have a few thoughts on the NBA offseason! (Photo Credit: Sports Of Boston)

Happy Wednesday to all, and welcome into yet another stupendous and tremendous edition of… wait for it… the Daily Noontime! OK… that may have been a tad bit over the top, but here’s some news, headlines and more to kick-start your day, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* The “Big-3,” a.k.a. Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce voiced their concerns on Tuesday about the short, quick NBA off-season, as well as gave their “two-cents” toward commissioner David Stern too.

* Tuukka Rask saved 41 shots between the pipes on Tuesday, as the Boston Bruins beat-up the Los Angles Kings, 3-0.

* Despite leading the Minnesota Vikings to just two wins this season, head coach Leslie Frazier was recently assured by management that his job is safe.

* The NFL has officially suspended Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison for one game due to his bone-chilling hit against Colt McCoy last week.

* According to an interesting column from the Philadelphia Daily News on Tuesday, John Smallwood explained that Eagles fans who want change to root for the men dressed in green, white and black to lose.

* The MLB has decided that their new labor deal will actually feature instant replay for players, umpires and managers.

Games to Watch: 

* Boston at Ottawa (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

* Chicago at Minnesota (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

This may not be sports related, but it’s certainly funny! Here’s the Donald talking about pulling out of his debate!

Daily Noontime – December 2, 2011

Vince Young tossed 4 INTs on Thursday, as the Eagles lost to the Seahawks, 31-14! (Photo Credit: Bleeding Green Nation)

Good day to all, and welcome into another tremendous and stupendous edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some headlines and news to kick-start your day, enjoy! 

Headlines:

* Against the Seattle on Thursday, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Vince Young tossed four interceptions, as the Seahawks won, 31-14.

* According to a ProFootballTalk.com report — DeSean Jackson is unhappy with reporters asking him if he’s “unhappy.”

* On Thursday, the Boston Red Sox announced that Bobby Valentine will be their manager for the upcoming season.

* Valentine was asked on Thursday by the Boston media if it’s possible that the Red Sox could possibly consider inviting Bill Buckner to be a coach on his staff, and the answer… it’s possible.

* After a disappointing [6-6] season, Texas A&M fired head coach Mike Sherman.

* President Obama’s fundraising basketball game was postponed due to the NBA lockout coming to an end.

Games to Watch: 

* Detroit at Buffalo (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* No. 9 Florida at No. 3 Syracuse (NCAA Basketball) – 7:00pm eastern 

* UCLA at No. 9 Oregon (NCAA Football) – 8:00pm eastern 

* Philadelphia at Anaheim (NHL) – 10:00pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Anyone else have the moves like Wes Welker

Daily Noontime – November 28, 2011

The Patriots rallied to defeat the Eagles on Sunday, 38-20!

Good Monday to everyone and welcome back to the Daily Noontime! Here’s some headlines and news to kick-start your day, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* New England’s quarterback Tom Brady tossed three touchdowns on Sunday, as the Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-20.

* Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson mocked both New York Jets receivers Plaxico Burress and Santonio Holmes, as well as admitted his actions were “stupid” after his team lost their sixth game of the season.

* After his team’s seventh loss of the season, Andy Reid admitted that he didn’t pay attention to the Philadelphia crowd, who chanted, “Fire Andy.”

* Once again, the Houston Texans are faced with a critical quarterback issue, and it’s not certain who’ll be the signal caller for Sunday’s game against Atlanta.

* Tim Tebow once again rallied his troops to beat San Diego in overtime on Sunday, 16-13.

* According to multiple reports — Syracuse University has officially fired Bernie Fine after another source confirmed that he molested a young man nine years ago.

Games to Watch: 

* New York Giants at New Orleans (NFL) – 8:30pm eastern 

* San Jose at Los Angles (NHL) – 10:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Here’s Sunday’s conversation with Tim Tebow on CBS, enjoy! 

Andy Reid’s Post-Game Thoughts On New England

Andy Reid explained that the Patriots were the better team on Sunday against his Philadelphia Eagles!

By Matt Noonan 

Against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid admitted after his team’s seventh loss off the season that his opponent was clearly the better team.

“Obviously the Patriots were the better team [on Sunday],” said Reid via the team’s website.

The head coach continued by saying, “You obviously can’t have that many penalties and turnovers when you’re playing a good football team, so that’s my responsibility and I’ve got to make sure that I take care of that [going forward].”

The Eagles recorded 10 penalties, one interception, and yielded 457 net yards, which didn’t seem to make the head coach or the players too happy. Although, Philadelphia’s offense registered 466 yards in a span of 60-minutes, and 400 yards through the air, which was certainly a goal the Eagles wanted to accomplish.

New England has allowed opposing offenses to record a plethora of yards this season, especially against Buffalo, New York, Pittsburgh, and San Diego.

“Well the teams that we saw that had success against them obviously threw the football, and did a good job with it. And they’re stout against the run. You’re playing into their strength with that, [so] again, I’ll take responsibility for that,” said Reid.

However, despite beating New England in net and passing yards, Reid certainly believed the Patriots were the better team on Sunday.

“You’ve got to give credit to the other team, they did a good job against us,” said Reid.

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