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Bill Scheft
January 24, 2005
BEFORE WE GET STARTED, IF anyone needs me this week I'll be in Times Square at midnight, waiting for Gary Bettman to drop the ball on the NHL season.
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January 24, 2005

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BEFORE WE GET STARTED, IF anyone needs me this week I'll be in Times Square at midnight, waiting for Gary Bettman to drop the ball on the NHL season.

Eagles Un-Daunte-d by Vikes Now it's on to face Michael Vick and the Falcons in the first annual Rush Lim-Bowl.

Did you see the injury report before the game? Randy Moss's taste was listed as "questionable."

This might have been embarrassing. If the Jets had a field goal try in OT against Pittsburgh, they were going to let the 15-year-old Punt, Pass and Kick winner take it.

Plaxico Burress didn't have a catch until the third quarter and finished with two receptions. Does that make him Placebo Burress?

This was nice. In tribute to the Steelers' ground attack Dan Dierdorf's analysis never went out of the I formation.

Four days before the game, a Colts website offered colts afc conference champions hats and shirts. Now they have to pack all that gear up and send it, with a knife and fork, to Mike Vanderjagt's house.

The three Colts wideouts averaged 48 yards receiving. The Gillette Stadium field was the only thing left uncovered.

MLB adopts tougher steroid policy They're not kidding anymore. Now if you get caught they tell your parents.

There's some incentive with the new plan. Starting next year the league with the fewest players' testing positive gets home field for the All-Star Game.

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