plus scoring over 20 points against Denver by himself makes him the lone bright star in Arizona.
The Heroics of Jay Feely
great to see a UofM player do well but hard to see the local team lose. Denver takes their football to heart....it has been a tough thing to watch this year.
and more about how badly the Cowboys choked this game away. No, scratch that, their season. They look worse every time they have a lead. I don't know how they could've blown it more...
...Had Arizona lost, I think Arizona would've choked more than Dallas. Sure, Dallas missed the XP and let the Cards march into FG range, but the Cards held a 21-3 lead earlier in the game, 14 points of which were gift pick-sixes.
Regardless, Jay Feely's kickoff was one of the most impressive kickoffs or punts I've ever seen. Unbelievable. Rolled a few feet from the sideline and literally stopped inches from the goal line. Second game he's the team's star in the month of December.
That's how they blow it. That old Lions magic never leaves, although the Lions have won two in a row, so maybe they took some of the magic with them when they left this time.
finish at 6-10 with a 4 game winning streak. They are much better than their record indicates and should be poised for the playoff berth next season.
Why did you have to say that? Now I have to go outside and do some voodoo ritual to prevent your jinx from fueling the Demonic Curse of Bobby Layne, which has been ruining the Lions' chances for a championship for 50 years and counting. Was going to save that lamb for the New Year's Eve party, but now it has to be sacrificed. *grumble* *grumble* *grumble*
any one/team that beats dallas is a friendly foe in my books (for a week), Now Goudis needs to go to the jay feely school of kicking and we should be set for the next four years.
I never really expected to say the following statement. That was the greatest kickoff that I have ever seen.
than any other NFL team, so glad that one of them is pulling them out of the mire. And I absolutely agree with the Feeley Tutorial option. Is it an NCAA violation for an NFL player to drop by as a volunteer to help out the kids?
...is looking seriously Barwisized these days...
Need to work on that a little bit...
His golden toe and wily fake FG antics propelled me to a victory in the first round of the playoffs a couple of weeks ago in my FF. It never seems to fail, if you pick up a Wolverine off of waivers, he'll make you look like you know what you're doing.
I think this is actually from the game. [And that's Beanie Wells with his arms around him. Love it.]
I think Feely is the only kicker in the league to wear gloves. For some reason I find that really funny.
Can't mess up the manicure, all kickers have manicures or at least that what other position players say kickers have.
I would call it "Feely Magic," but it makes me feel a little dirty, and like I need to talk to my guidance counselor.
You may remember that...
On the national tilte team in 1997 Jay Feely was the back up kicker to Kraig Baker. Feely was thought to have the stronger leg (he kicked a 51 yarder) but Baker got most of the FG (14/19) and EP (35/37) attempts.
Maybe IF Broekhuizen and/or Gibbons improves and Goudis is good, we might actually have a '97 like kicking situation in a year or two.
Wouldn't that be a great surprise?
Go Blue, beat MSU