One of our good friends, and loyal reader, Jan van Bergen Van Quaeckernaeck Berg, a mouthful for sure, but we call him "Quack" for short, wants us to know that Heineken ISN'T the only famous export from the Netherlands. The Dutch have also been kind enough to give us the SPECATACULAR Bregje Heinen. And she IS in the running for sECKSiest woman of 2014.
Had an Email from a loyal reader, no, not "Quack," and he was wondering why no totals. Well, here's a total play and we're going over 44.5 in the Steelers/Texans game. All the chatter surrounding Houston's defense centers around the multi-talented All-Pro J.J. Watt. So, naturally, you would think that the Texans D is at the top of the NFL charts. Listen carefully and you can hear that annoying buzzer when someone gives a wrong answer on "Family Feud." In case you're interested, and I know you are, totally liked Richard Dawson as the old school host over Louie Anderson or John O'Hurley (the J. Peterman guy from "Seinfeld"). But Steve Harvey ain't bad in the newest version. Back to totals. Houston is actually 27th in the league for yards allowed, giving up an average of 397 per game. The Texans have been particularly awful the last two weeks, allowing 694 passing yards and five TDs. And this AIN'T the old "Steel Curtain" in Pittsburgh either. The Steelers have gone over in five of their last six at home, and will look to light up the scoreboard against Houston's swiss cheese D. Gimme half a Benjamin on the over.
San Diego came up on the short end of a 23-20 score against Kaycee yesterday and it cost me a pair of nickels. My three team teaser was skunked by the Browns, who lost to the stinkin' Jaguars, 24-6. Where's Johnny Football when you need him??? After doing the math, and pressing the proper buttons, the calculator says that +$983 is the current figure.