Top 10 Sports Questions and Thoughts of the Week

Published: Dec 02, 2013 11:57am EST
By shaunmerritt, Entertainment/Sports Writer for Konsume Sports

Please Note: This article was updated Dec 02, 2013 @ 11:57am EST

 

Top 10 Sports Questions and Thoughts for the Week of December 2nd

 

 

10) Hope all the top QBs in college football look at RGIII and realize that being a top 2 pick isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

9) You can bash the replacement refs all you want, but this has to be the worst season for NFL refereeing in recent history.    

8) What the heck has happened to the New York based sports franchises?  Not a single Knick, Met, Yankee, Islander, Giant or Jet in contention?  

7) Does Jerry Jones consider having Selena Gomez lip-sync at the Thanksgiving halftime show some of his best work as well?

6) I will never understand why people would get into physical confrontations over sports. It’s just a game.

5) Reports are that the Yankees and Robinson Cano are $100 million apart in contract negotiations. Is there any other sport on this planet in more dire need of salary cap than Major League Baseball?

4) Instead of talking to the media, maybe Carmelo Anthony should talk to his team about putting in more effort on the court.

3) Wouldn’t it have been hilarious is Jason Kidd got called for flopping when he dropped that cup of soda?

2) The Steelers deserve a serious penalty from the NFL for Mike Tomlin’s actions. He wasn’t even looking at the play and had no business being that close to the action on the field.

1) Roll TIde? 


 

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