1. I think I'd consider an 18-game regular season if the owners and GMs agreed to suit up and play too. C'mon man, seriously? Ray Lewis said it best: "We are not machines!" If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
2. I think you should follow me on Twitter. Doing so means getting an insight into my private life, including tales of a cab ride I recently took where the driver -- or the last passenger -- decided to, um, change the atmosphere. There seriously should be a law against flatulence in cabs and elevators.
3. I think potty training is way more difficult than running away from 300-pound linemen. Somebody needs to come up with some new strategies on this one. I'm beginning to think my son prefers "poo-poo" pampers over fresh pampers. Help me please!
4. I think I'd like to know where Dave Chappelle is. Show us your face, Dave. Comedy Central has been kinda weak without you. Come back, brother! We need you!
5. I think I like the vuvuzela. I know a lot of soccer fans are annoyed by the buzzing sounds these little horns make, but not me. I think they add to the madness of the World Cup. But don't hear me wrong, Colts fans: You don't need to blow these when the Jags come to town.
6. I think you're not living a fulfilled existence if you haven't seen The Hangover, Wedding Crashers and Old School. These are the funniest movies I've ever seen.
7. I think Manu Ginobili is the best player in the NBA ... by far. He plays every position but center and always guards the other team's best player. Stop watching highlights and watch the game, and you will see what I'm talking about.
8. I think this whole notion that small market teams can't succeed in the NFL is ridiculous. The NFL is a global brand. Let's think outside of the box, Jag fans, and take over the world. I'm tired of everyone doubting us.
9. I think I have a book recommendation for all the rookies out there: Forty Million Dollar Slaves, by William C. Rhoden. It will enlighten you on the success and failure you can have as a professional athlete. This book cut down my rookie learning curve a lot.
10. I think I'd like to thank the great Peter King for this opportunity. I hope you enjoyed my column and have a great day.
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