For the 1st time in weeks Lebron is no longer my MVP front runner, that distinction goes to Durant. The combination of Lebron not playing at the same torrid pace, mixed in with losses to the the Derrick Rose-less Bulls and also getting routed by the Thunder drops him slightly behind Durant, and just ahead of Parker, Howard and Love.
I've been watching Donovan McNabb on ESPN First Take and he is dropping a knowledge sandwich but wrapped around a touch bitterness. I agree with him about The Washington Redskins and in my opinion head coach Mike Shanahan is possibly the most overrated coach in all of sports, not to mention his ridiculous, I fell asleep in a tanning booth... multiple times, tan. A tan like that naturally reeks of fakeness. That being said Robert Griffith III is a great fit for the Redskin offense and will flourish despite what McNabb thinks
The Final Four is a formality for the Kentucky Wildcats? It appears so, but the fact that they haven't been challenged may come back to bite them if a game becomes really close. Maybe Kansas can do it but I think they lose to Ohio St. and Ohio St. Just doesn't match up well with the Wildcats. No, Louisville will not pull a UConn, and run the table, they will lose by 10 to the Wildcats.
Peyton Manning in some regards has become Lebron James, if you truly want to be considered the greatest, you need rings. I personally think the 49ers was his best opportunity, but of course I have no idea about the intangibles that goes into the decision making process of choosing a team. The over/under on Tim Tebow becoming the starter for the Jets should be 5.5 games. The baseball season is upon us and trust me on this, The Minnesota Twins will win more than 73 games. Tiger Woods one victory in 3 years has made him an overwhelming favorite to win the Masters next week. I like Rory Mcilroy, if not just for the 14-1 odds.