Filament Friday

A Google video search for “john fourcade nfl highlights” returns no results…ouch.  Instead I give you Heath Shuler to Randal “Thrill” Hill for an 89 yard touchdown – from a pure probability standpoint that has to be the most unlikely play in Saints history.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV9BW-CLjMM

Somewhere a falling whale wondered if ground would be its friend.  On to the links…

  • Dalton Hilliard has a son, Dalton Hilliard, Jr. who is apparently a pretty good football player in his own right.  Nice video here with some highlights of father and son.  I really believe Dalton, Sr. was the precursor to the Marshall Faulk/Brian Westbrook jack of all trades running backs who can lead a team in carries and catches.
  • Hey – Happy birthday Dalton Hilliard, Sr.! Holy cow, one of my all time favorite Saints RB has a career passing line of 4cmp, 7att, 114yd, 4td – Mora should have called more halfback passes!!!
  • Cubs signed another college football player away from the NFL.  Matt Szczur (pronounced Caesar) was a two sport star at Villanova.  From what Baseball America has to say he sounds like a high-ceiling prospect. Also, “Villanova football coach Andy Talley says Szczur is his fastest player ever, ahead of star NFL running back Brian Westbrook.”
  • Bleed Cubbie Blue, from the Great Minds Think Alike Department.
  • I love the Photoshops at Truth About It, almost as much as I love the writing.
  • Speaking of the ‘Zards, another expletive inducing road loss the other night.  I promise not to mention the “P” word again until they win at least one game away from the phone booth.  Hopefully a little home cookin’ leads to a better outcome tonight against Phoenix, and Jimmy Wall utilizes some of the lessons Steve Nash taught him last time around.
  • Away from the world of sports, THIS is how you deliver a smackdown in written form.
  • Damn bobcats.
  • And finally, yeah, have fun sleeping tonight.
Dylan Steele

About Dylan Steele

A Louisiana native, Dylan Steele now lives in Halethorpe, Maryland. A web developer by day, he is also an occasional musician, frequent dog walker and sometimes hoopster. And now he blogs, too.
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