It would appear that Corporate America has decided that I need "bold" things in my life. Ford and Budweiser both tout their products as being "bold". A car can be made bold by its owner, or by its design in some cases. However, a beer that's been around for over one hundred years cannot be considered bold, I don't think. Anyway, watch for it. Lots of products out there telling you that they're bold, and apparently that's what we're looking for.
Some may think I'm really excited about the Dolphins finally winning a game this week. Guess again, CAPI! That game should have been a blowout, but once again Daunte managed to stall several drives with his inability to read defences or evade the rush. The guy just isn't a pocket passer, and is absolutely incapable of throwing short. Every Dolphin drive has me watching in a state of constant fear. I'm not calling for the backup QB (who shall remain nameless for now), but I'm slowly inching my way over to that position. Beating the Titans 13-10 is no cause for celebration.
- announcers saying that a team is trying to find its identity
- balls on the ground courtesy of Daunte (Mario Williams gets his first, second, third and fourth NFL sacks)
- blocks in the back on punt returns