Unnamed Player Proves More Credible than Source

JoeSportsFanSenior Analyst IAugust 19, 2009

Yesterday the unthinkable predictable happened: Our Favre came out of retirement three weeks after retiring or something. A day before, Jay Glazer and ESPN were reporting this imminent decision based off the words of unnamed Vikings players. Said the unnamed players …

“I’m telling you it’s already done. Right after the Indy game. I don’t think anyone hear doesn’t think that.” - Unnamed Vikings Player

“I don’t know if it’s done, but I think he’ll be in by the third preseason game.” - Another unnamed Vikings player

It represented the dawning of a new era in mainstream sports media. Along with the source and those ‘close to the situation’, the unnamed player has become a beacon of hope and news for Jay Glazers and Chris Mortensens the world over.

Here Here.

Bill Coats Doesn’t Know What Year it is

Backup Rams beat writer for the St. Louis Post Dispatch Bill Coats is having some problems with logistics.

“Injuries spoiled Little’s last two seasons. He played in just seven games in 2007 before undergoing toe surgery. Last year, a hamstring injury suffered in the opener kept him out of two games and forced him into a reserve role in several others. In the final year of his contract, Little, 34, would like nothing better than an injury-free ‘08.”

Later this week, Coats will have a profile on Kurt Warner, who hopes to have an injury free 2002 with the Rams.

Y E S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So said ESPN and Yahoo? Sports. At the same time Sunday night. Losers.



See because his name is Y.E. Yang and the headline czar spelled Y.E.S. as if it was his name.

Never mind.

Poll: Has Catching On Caught On Completely?

More mindless fun from our friends at the AP and Sports Network.



I’ll tell you one thing, the Titans are looking good with Kenny Britt and tight end Jared Cook both catching on this preseason.

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