As I rose out of my bed on this great Wednesday morning that featured cloudy skies and rain, my mind felt cluttered with sports thoughts.
It was almost like that Bing commercial when the guy is lying down in bed, and as his wife asks him questions, he keeps answering with these random thoughts that he saw as he searched the Internet.
They called it, "search overload." I call it, "sports overload."
Here is what my Bing commercial would be like:
Girlfriend: "Hunny, did you search for that hotel information in New York?"
Me: "New York. Where dreams happen. Find Facebook friends in the New York area. Mark Sanchez is the best rookie QB of 2009. Rex Ryan is in control of that team. Look at Eli Manning."
Girlfriend: "What the hell is wrong with you?"
Me: "Click here to read what Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian are doing. Kanye West apologizes to Taylor Swift. Read what Terrell Owens said about the media. Watch Tony Reali on Around the Horn. How beautiful is Erin Andrews?"
Girlfriend: "Who is ERIN ANDREWS?!?"
Yeah, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. So, what does sports overload mean for you?
It means that you get to read about my random thoughts today and take a tour through my sports brain, which I'm sure is over 50 percent of it.