Wednesday, November 7, 2012

New Orleans Saints w/ Mickey Loomis, NFL w/ Green Bay Injuries & Overrated Coaches: 11/7, Vol. 265, 2nd Edition

            No weapon formed against me shall prosper, it won’t work. God will do what He says He would do; He will stand by His word and He will come through!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!

Mickey Loomis, looking refreshed,
               back at the helm of Who Dat Nation
            In sporting news, the suspended employees due to the Bounty Scandal of the New Orleans Saints continue to trickle back to work as Mickey Loomis is back on the premises after serving his eight game suspensions.  One of his major tasks at hand is re-word the contact extension of suspended coach Sean Payton, as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell refused to approve after Payton signed it in 2011.  In addition, he must work on a backup plan that in the event Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith, who are currently playing, will be re-suspended after the upcoming hearing.

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                     For your NFL Quick Hits, despite their loss on Monday Night Football and a 3-5 record, coach Andy Reid says he still believes the Philadelphia Eagles can turn their season around, Jerry Jones, the general manager, will never relinquish that title with the Dallas Cowboys. Much like Jerry Jones, the owner, will never sell the team as he responded to the question, Mike Shanahan's players are supporting their coach after he seemingly wrote off the Washington Redskins' season and then said his comments had been misinterpreted, three more starters, Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson and Bryan Bulaga of the Green Bay Packers were all hurt in Sunday's 31-17 victory over Arizona and Bulaga's hip injury appears serious enough to keep him out for an extended period of time while Matthews doesn't feel his hamstring could sideline him for a couple weeks, the Arizona Cardinals have lost starting outside linebacker O'Brien Schofield for the season with an injured left ankle and finally, of 103 players from 27 NFL teams, 35 indicated that New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was the most overrated coach in the NFL, while New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick finished second with 16 votes, while Philadelphia Eagles Andy Reid finished third with nine votes.

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