The New York Week That Was (Dec. 4th, 2009)

December 4th, 2009 by Hot Stove New York Leave a reply »

Daniel Day-Lewis has a new movie coming out that’s a sequel of sorts to There Will Be Blood . It’s based on my experiences as a parent, and is called There Will Be Yelling . In honor of that soon-to-be-released film, we’ll look back at the New York week in sports with an Oscar-like Best Performance slant.

This week we saw a record being broken, a coach getting fired, upsets, disappointments, a baseball manager coaching a football player, hot stove rumors galore, a middle linebacker put on season-ending IR, a Yankee legend dying, two Jets wins, no Giants game, a kaleidoscopic, injured quarterback, and Meredith Baxter announcing to the world that she’s a lesbian, which pretty much changes my whole world view. I’m going to have to reevaluate everything that’s happened in my life to date. I don’t even know who I am anymore.


Record-Breaking Performance of the Week: The Nets

It’s official; they’ve broken the record for worst start in NBA history. Who knew clearing out salary cap space for 2010 would produce such ineptitude? Of course, injuries played a part in the losing, too. But still, it ...

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