Hair Cut

Click the picture to see number 3. I like number 3 and number 7 even though they are all outstanding.

DELERY GAZETTE (October 19) — Why am I afraid of the New Orleans Saints looking bad on October 20, 2022, on Thursday Night Football? I am afraid because both of their starting quarterbacks are hurt and may play subpar or be in a grand funk.

From Da’ Bears.

I remember when the Saints brought QB Andy Dalton in from Chicago to back up Jameis Winston. So, Winston got hurt; then, last week, Dalton hurt his back. He is scheduled to start on Thursday, but is not 100%. Plus, three of our star wide receivers are out. I will keep my fingers crossed that the SAINTS’ win.

New Orleans (Oct. 27, 2022) — Jim Mora, Andy Reed, plus many great, genius coaches emphasize to put your best quarterback in the game. Play the quarterback who gives you the best chance to win, ride with him, stop the in-and-out baloney which derails momentum. At QB you need timing and momentum. Start your best quarterback, and play him exclusively to get “timing” if you want to be a winner. Decide if Taysom Hill is a tight end, a running back, 3rd-string QB or any and all of the other positions. That is fine. However, at QB you need timing to maintain momentum. That is how the great, winningest teams did it. Let’s pull Joe Montana in-and-out all game. THAT WOULD BE STUPID! #JoeCool won 4-for-4 Super Bowls as Mr. Clutch… not with in-and-out silliness, but by staying in the heat of battle and riding with his momentum.


In January I wrote...

I want to write about the turn of the New Year celebrations and the aftermath that I have been enjoying. New Year’s Eve started out with the arrival of guests at my daughter’s house. I will write more. I have to take a few minutes to reflect on the first days of 2022 for me.

Guests are arriving.

Should Donald be touching his daughter like that? I do not think so.

Come on, Donald!

I have some words below from 2021 about NFL running back Adrian Peterson’s release from the Tennessee Titans. For now, I have to look up some stats concerning today’s top 25 College Football Playoff rankings. 1.Georgia. 2. Ohio State. 3. ‘Bama. 4.Cincinnati.

Meanwhile:


Needing a haircut.

My #exWife used to cut my hair; she is very good. My daughter who lives across the lake has trimmed my hair very stylishly too; but who feels like driving across the lake just for a haircut? Plus, my #exWife would “accidentally” stab me in the head occasionally while cutting my hair; and she clips very fast and recklessly around my ears often drawing blood. No, No, No! I do not need her with any sharp instruments anywhere around my head. So, I am looking at stores and on the Internet for nice electric clippers.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10222935441827706&id=1028059611


Gina Lollobrigida was one of the top sex symbols of the 1950’s and 1960’s.

This is Gina Lollobrigida

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Nov. 2021) — The Tennessee Titans announced Tuesday that they have waived veteran running back #AdrianPeterson. The Titans signed Peterson to the 53-man roster on Nov. 5. He carried the ball 27 times for 82 yards and one TD in 3 games. #WoeIsMe! Could it be his age? https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10222957023967246&id=1028059611

The Tennessee Titans brought future Hall of Fame running back Adrian Peterson aboard to try to fill the gap left by Derrick Henry.

The Titans waived running back Adrian Peterson and signed WR Golden Tate to the practice squad, the team announced.

NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that it’s possible Peterson could return.

Peterson was signed by the Titans in the wake of Derrick Henry’s foot injury, which required surgery and put him on the shelf for most of the regular season.

In three games with Tennessee, Peterson compiled 82 yards off 27 carries and scored one touchdown. The 36-year-old stands fifth on the NFL’s all-time rushing list with 14,902 yards upon his release from the Titans.


Rankings from 2021:
Coming soon!
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