I'm sure we'll see a lot of that. There are a lot of good guys in the sport. They earned that money by being among the best in a tough business, but they are mindful that they have it good.
Enterprise would do just fine for a NBA team. Again, Laurie had the Grizzlies lined up for the place and he blew it.
In that position, if Brady becomes half the player he once was he will wash out. There is no hanging on for years and years and years as a quarterback. It not only gets ugly at the end for old QBs, it gets dangerous.
Don't worry, you will see him this season if there is a this season. As you know, the Memphis shuttle runs regular routes. Fernandez got roughed up at the big league level last season, but he rose quickly until that point and he has the tool kit to be a solid late-inning option.
Yes. So if you have any good ideas, send them along. Life without any sports activity at all is maddening for us.
Most of us don't mind them. The late, great Joe Strauss loved parrying with people. He loved pushing buttons. I dare say the Hazard Zone was unique. We all miss him greatly.
No, greed would be making people pay giant money to watch games in 30 degree weather at Busch Stadium. Neutral-site games would be a common-sense solution to a winter World Series.
I thought I answered that. Kyrou, to me, could be a Nikolaj Ehlers -- a 60-point guy scoring off the rush. His speed is real and he has a feel for the offensive side to the game. I haven't seen enough finish from him at this level to know if he can become a true first-line, top PP unit guy.
I do see the owners and players working together to come up with business solutions. That is happening in all the big sports and that is a good thing. Strikes and lockouts are stupid in sports that generate so much money.
Is it greedy to want to play a whole season? I mean, fans want to watch games. They want to have a real season and a real postseason. Players want to play. It's a business, true, but I don't believe trying to stage games is a sign of greed. That is just operating the business.
OK, that's it for now. I will see you next Friday. Hang in there, folks, because it looks like we're in for a rough ride the next few weeks Be safe.