The Packers can still win—even though they lost Jennings and missed on Steven Jackson.
The Badgers can compete… they can win… and we all know they can lose.
The Miami Heat are the best of any sports “best."
I love March-April.
Pro Bowler Greg Jennings gone… and he stays in the division with the Vikings. Pro Bowler Steven Jackson gone… to NFC challenger and rival, Atlanta Falcons. I think the Packers and Ted Thompson missed on Jackson, and I think they had no choice on Jennings. The biggest impact with Jennings could be felt in two head-to-head matchups with Minnesota. Vikings still don’t have a QB…and Jennings doesn’t change that. If the Packers had addressed the RB situation with Jackson—they could have utilized Ted Thompson’s strength by hitting the NFL Draft big on Defense and Offensive Line help. I am not critical of Ted Thompson--overall, his record speaks for itself. This was overall--only a “little” disappointing.
Badgers impressive in Chicago (which means nothing beginning Friday), beating a NCAA #1 and #4 seed, and playing #2 Ohio State to the end. What it shows?? … Badgers have strength and toughness to beat anyone. Plus… the Badgers have skills to win. Some “hate” the matchup with Ole Miss… I like it. Marshall Henderson is fun to watch…he will have his moments. Yet, Wisconsin is better, more skilled at controlling pace and tempo and ultimately will frustrate the Rebels and their desire to run. I have the Badgers going to the 2nd weekend, and playing into the Elite Eight. Wary of a potential rematch with Ohio State in the round of eight.
I was in Milwaukee to see the Miami Heat dominate Friday night. Simply—The Heat are the best of the best. Better than any other team at the top of their respective sports. Second straight NBA Title will belong to South Beach. Impressive!!! The best team in the NBA since the Jordan-Pippen Bulls.