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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! 

Daily Noontime – October 14, 2011

Despite an early lead on Thursday, Texas fell to Detroit and lost their "swagger!"

Happy Friday! It’s time to relax, kick-back and enjoy life, but also y’all should read the latest edition of the Daily Noontime too! Here’ some headlines and news, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* Despite trailing the Texas Rangers, 3-1 in the American League Championship Series, Detroit rallied to win Game 5 on Thursday to force a Game 6 on Saturday.

* The Milwaukee Brewers earned an important victory on Thursday, and tied the National League Championship Series against the St. Louis Cardinals with 4-2 win.

* Once again, New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has called out his offense, which might be what “Gang Green” needs to snap their three game losing streak.

* According to NBCs Hardball Talk, the Texas Rangers are prepared to “throw” money at New York Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia during the offseason.

* The Denver Broncos have apparently placed wide receiver Brandon Lloyd on the trading block and hope some team will want to initiate a trade before the deadline on Tuesday.

* Apparently NBA commissioner David Stern told the media that the league might have to cancel Christmas games, if no deal is reached by next Tuesday.

Games to Watch: 

* Milwaukee at St. Louis (MLB/NLCS) – 8:05pm eastern 

* Hawaii at San Jose (NCAA Football) – 9:00pm eastern 

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

Video of the Day: 

How sweet is this – Hulk Hogan inspiring Tim Tebow!

Daily Noontime – January 27, 2011

Happy Thursday to everyone and for all of us in the Northeast, welcome to yet another snowy day! Despite the bad weather or winter, Noontime Sports keeps rolling on and so does the Daily Noontime too. Here are our headlines, games to watch and of course, an awesome video of the day!

Headlines:

* The NFL is still trying to work on a new CBA for the upcoming 2011 season, but what makes this story so interesting, higher executives are willing to cut their pay too!

* The New York Jets will need to open their checkbooks if they plan to keep Santonio Holmes and Antonio Cromartie next season.

* Its official, the women in Pittsburgh love Troy Polamalu‘s jersey and surely, we can expect many of them wearing that particular shirt in Dallas at the Super Bowl.

* You choose, Kevin Durant or Kevin Love? Both great players and true NBA studs, but on Wednesday, Durant scored 47-points in overtime. Can we say that he is indeed the next MJ?

Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer to advance to the Australian Open final, should be exciting!

* Apparently the New York Knicks are atop the NBA’s most  valuable franchises and is right above the Los Angles Lakers.

Games to Watch:

* Miami at New York (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Boston at Portland (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

This might hurt! Never do this when playing organized tennis!


Daily Noontime – January 20, 2011

Alright ladies and gents, boys and girls… it is… THURSDAY, which means we are closing in on another weekend, are we excited? Well, whatever your take is on this week coming to a close, here is your Daily Noontime for January 20, 2011, have a fantastic day!

Headlines:

* Vince Young had his shot with the Tennessee Titans for the past four seasons, although now, he is jobless and still believes he is a legit quarterback that needs a home.

* Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ike Taylor has decided to let all the media and New York Jets know that he will “lay out” Santonio Holmes on Sunday during the AFC Championship game.

* Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be headed to the hospital to undergo foot surgery, which according to multiple reports.

* It could be possible that the Dallas Mavericks could land Carmelo Anthony due to him not being apart of New Jersey’s plan to have him traded in their direction.

* Rafael Nadal continues to impress many at the Australian Open and is on course for another Grand Slam.

* The University of Texas as reached an agreement with ESPN for 20-years, $300 million for all access coverage.

* The Ohio State Buckeyes showed the nation that they are truly number one in Men’s college basketball, as they beat Iowa on Wednesday, 70-48.

Games to Watch:

* Buffalo at Boston (NHL) – 7:oopm eastern

* Dallas at Chicago (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* L.A. Clippers at Portland (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

This is quite the interesting interview, wouldn’t you say so?


NFL Week 5 – 3 Games to Watch

Brett "The Jet" Favre returns to his former team on Monday Night for a special game.

It is a special day in the world. It is 10-10-10 day, which means anything can happen on the gridiron. Last week, I went a whooping 1-2, which barely keeps me above .500 on the year, but here are our Noontime Sports – 3 Games to Watch in Week 5 of the NFL.

Kansas City [3-0] at Indianapolis [2-2]: The Kansas City Chiefs are the only undefeated team remaining, but can they make it a perfect, 4-0, especially against the Colts?  The Colts have seesawed this season, winning and losing, but in front of their home crowd, how can one not pick them in this contest? Coming off a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, which probably still stings, they will look to rebound against a physical Kansas City defense. The Chiefs are second in the league in points allowed, as well as rank fifth in defending the rush. Although, their weakness has been stopping the air attack. Quarterback Peyton Manning could have a field day if running back Joseph Addai struggles on the ground. The Colts have averaged through four games 29.2 points, which is second in the league behind the New England Patriots. Expect the Colts to pile up a great deal of yards through the air en route to their third victory of the season.

Prediction: Colts 31 – Chiefs 17

Philadelphia [2-2] at San Francisco [0-4]: This may not appear as a “BIG GAME,” but for both teams, this contest could dictate the direction they are headed in for the remainder of the season. The Philadelphia Eagles played horrendous last Sunday against the Washington Redskins. It wasn’t just that Donovan McNabb returned to stick a fork in his former team, but quarterback Michael Vick suffered a serious rib injury and Kevin Kolb struggled against a mediocre pass rush. Yet, the 49ers weren’t too impressive either. Despite Mike Singletary forgetting to shake Mike Smith’s hand and Alex Smith explaining to the media that this winless start is on his shoulder, as well as blowing a 14-0 lead, it certainly is possible for 49ers to begin their 2010 campaign [0-5]. Although, the 49ers need this win more and if their pass rush continues from last week, then Kolb and his offense could be in for a long evening.

Prediction: 49ers 24 – Eagles 21

Minnesota [1-2] at New York Jets [3-1]: This week has been chaotic for the Minnesota Vikings. First, they reacquire their 1998 first round draft pick, Randy Moss and then discover the most inappropriate stories involving their quarterback, Brett Favre. Although, pushing everything aside, Monday Night Football should be an exciting one this week, especially since Favre will return to another former team, the New York Jets. The Jets have taken off to a [3-1] record and looking for their fourth victory of the season, but it won’t be an easy one. Against the Buffalo Bills, the Jets had their way, yet when they face the Vikings defense, things could be different. The “Purple People Eaters” have recorded four sacks through three games and will certainly cause issues for second year quarterback Mark Sanchez. Although, if the Jets offense can run the ball successfully like they did against the Bills and allow newcomer Santonio Holmes to have a good first game after his suspension, then consider it a long night for the Vikings.

Prediction: Jets 26 – Vikings 20