Weekly Rewind

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The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating stories of the previous sports week.

Favre still fabulous at 40- The ageless wonder has led the Vikings to yet another victory. The team is now 6-0 and look as if they are unbeatable. So far Favre has only thrown 2 int’s, but the question remains can a 40-year-old arm hold up for an entire 16-game+ season; last year it didn’t.

The Yanks still undefeated in postseason- The New York Yankees had yet another walk off win, this time it came in the bottom of the thirteenth inning against the Angels in Saturday’s game 2 of the ALCS. Alex Rodriguez is finally showing his worth in October; he tied Saturday’s game in the 11th inning with a solo HR, the Yanks went on to win 4-3.

Crimson Tide #1 in AP poll- Nick Saban may be a liar, a fraud, and even an arrogant prick, but those qualities or lack thereof are overlooked due to his ability to build and coach a championship caliber team. Aside from the two forgotten seasons with the Dolphins, Saban’s  head coaching record is 116-50-1 and he now has this year’s Alabama team at the top of the AP poll at 6-0.

Starbury’s taking a break- Stephon Marbury announced last week that he’s going to take a year off from playing in the NBA to work on his businesses. Marbury compares his break to the ones that Michael Jordan took mid-career, the only difference is nobody cares if he leaves the game. He turned down a 1-year $1.4M deal to play with the Celtics this season. Honestly, he doesn’t need the money. He got $20M a year in New York to do nothing, so we won’t miss him. Doubt if he ever plays another NBA game.

Davies’ fans show support- USA Men’s Soccer forward Charlie Davies suffered a broken right femur, a broken tibia, a left elbow fracture, and facial fractures as a result of the fatal car crash he was involved in on October 13th in Virginia. Davies is expected to undergo 6 to 12 months of rehab and recovery before he can get back on the field. Though with a heavy heart, his teammates and fans across the world have shown their support by wearing the # 9 on their jerseys and shirts. Get well soon Charlie. This accident also took the life of 22-year-old Ashley Alberta.

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