Drew Brees has the NFL record in that category and extended it to 51 games with a pair of TD throws in Monday's 28-13 win over Philadelphia

November 08 [Thu], 2012, 11:09

Drew Brees has NFL record this class and extend it to 51 field and a pair of TD throw in Monday's 28 13 victory over Philadelphia. This is the third win of the saints in four games after the start.discount jerseys

"In a season of defining moment," Brees said, and 2549 years in the league leaders through the code and 22 touchdown. "Big drama, big win, that bring you together, let you see a clear you can, you can finish.

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Running the game has always been a worrying area for the New Orleans, this is averaging 31.3 points in its victory, but Chris ivory, Pierre Thomas and mark Ingram for a total of 136 yards on the ground against the eagle. The saints into the game in the last in the NFL in the bustle of an average of 72.6 code.

If New Orleans can be in the performance of falcons yield 127.5 impact code every game - in the NFC behind the second major league the worst of the saints (176.5) - it should be open Brees things, and is not, he needs more help.

The Pro bowler is usually better in this series, will be to falcon since joining the two saints, an average of 303.3 and 26 touchdowns and through the code and interception.

He will face a defense can close to full strength, linebacker Sean Weatherspoon and solve Peria jerry may return. Weatherspoon, a team-high 52 check, missed the last week's game because of a sprained right ankle. Jerry left knee injury in the first half.

New Orleans continue to play the end will Smith and defender Jonathan · vilma, who is to appeal to their bounty suspensions, but is still bad defense.

Ex-Georgia Star as Hall of Fame Escorts.

August 31 [Fri], 2012, 17:57
In one anniversary from today (Thursday) contest will accept amorphous in Springfield, Mass., arch to the afterward night's altar of the 2013 chic to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, which will action at Symphony Hall. The accumulation will cover above Georgia and Olympic standout Katrina McClain and the All-American Redheads, the aboriginal women's aggregation to be inducted. But she afresh completed one of the somewhat easier tasks, selecting the individuals who will escort her to the podium, all of which have to appear from a account of antecedent inductees.

Another presenter at the commemoration will be above University of Southern California brilliant and best abundant Cheryl Miller, a 1995 inductee who will accompany above 76er Charles Barkley and addition best NBA abundant in Magic Johnson as they escort Miller's brother Reggie Miller, a above NBA All-Star. "All three of them will be walking up there with me, but I'm the alone one will will be speaking, which is good," Miller quipped this anniversary to The Republican, which is appear in Springfield. That band included above Texas brilliant Kamie Ethridge, currently an abettor drillmaster at Kansas; WNBA Washington Mystics abettor drillmaster Jennifer Gillon, a above Mississippi brilliant who was on UConn drillmaster Geno Auriemma's agents at the contempo amateur in London; and Andrea Lloyd, a above Texas All-American.

The aboriginal above accident for the inductees will be a columnist appointment Thursday afternoon in which they will accept their jackets, temporarily, advanced of the ceremony, say a few words from the belvedere and again sit down for one-and-one interviews. Many accomplished inductees from the women's ancillary will be present, but the Guru hasn't yet apparent the official account from his ace Naismith operatives.

Iguassu Falls, Argentina

May 14 [Mon], 2012, 11:48


We used the morning to fly up to Iguassu Falls, Argentina. By mid-morning we had checked into the Sheraton which is the only Argentinian hotel located inside the national park. (There is one hotel located in the Brazilian national park as well).Iguassu Falls borders Brazil and Argentina. Each country has its own national park dedicated to the falls and each received UNESCO World Heritage Site status in the late '80s.

The view from our room faces the falls and they are spectacular. On first assessment one is tempted to make comparisons to Niagara Falls; however the size alone of the set of falls in Iguassu far out number the total mass of the North American waterway. Niagara's water flow is larger than Iquassu while Victoria Falls has a larger consolidated curtain of water than Iguassu. The origin of the falls is mainly from the Brazil waterways which meet at the San Antonio River. The Spanish first visited the falls in 1541 and named it "Big Water ". There are 275 separate waterfalls and cataracts flowing over the Parana Plateau's basalt rock from heights ranging from 200 to 269 feet.



It is warm with blue skies and the promise of highs in the 90s. We are now at 25 longitude south as we work our way north in South America. The park uses 'Disney Animal Kingdom' type train to transport tourists closer to the falls.We start exploring the falls via a series of catwalks similar to that which we experienced at the Moreno Glacier in El Califate. Since it is Sunday, in addition to the large winter crowds many locals have come to spend the day in the park picnicking and swimming. Our first major vista is above the falls where we view the Devil's Throat. Although Argentina is home of 80% of the drops, it is very difficult to get a sense of the overall landscape from the top.

After lunch, we take the "Grand Adventure" on a skiff with approximately 2 - 200hp motors to propel us up to and under the falls several times until we are completely drenched. We complete our adventure with a "jungle" ride via the back roads of the park. We finish the upper level walks around the falls in the afternoon. By this time our clothes have dried in the hot sun.

Throughout the park, we encounter animals like look like miniature anteaters scavenging for food along the paths. They are known as coati or the Brazilian aardvark and are members of the raccoon family. In other areas they are distinguished by the names: hog-nosed coon , crackdowns, and snookum bears. We also spot a toucan and an iguana sunning himself along the trails. Numerous butterflies pass us along the way.

We close the day planted on the outside deck of the hotel enjoying a view of the falls through sunset.

Ignite the London Games torch relay in Greece

May 14 [Mon], 2012, 11:42
The flame which will be used for the London 2012 torch relay and Olympic Games has been lit during a ceremony in Olympia, Greece.

The flame was kindled by a "high priestess" who captured the morning sun's rays in a parabolic mirror.

The flame flies to Britain on 18 May for a 70-day relay around the UK.

Locog Chairman Lord Coe, International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge and Hellenic Olympic Committee president Spyros Capralos were in Olympia for the moment marking the countdown to London 2012.

Lord Coe told the BBC: "Today is the rallying call to the athletes - the best athletes of their generation - to come to London. That in itself is a big moment because it's the biggest sporting event in the calendar."

The lighting ceremony took place in front of the ruins of the Temple of Hera.

The flame - an Olympic symbol meant to represent purity because it comes from the sun - was then placed in an urn and is taken to the stadium where the ancient Olympic Games were staged.

There, it will light the London 2012 torch of Liverpool-born Greek world champion 10km swimmer Spyros Gianniotis, who will carry it on the first leg of the relay around Greece.

He will pass it on to Alex Loukos, 19, the first British torchbearer, a boxer and, in 2005, one of a delegation of east London schoolchildren who travelled to Singapore as part of London's final bid for the Games.

The torch is due to travel 2,900 kms (1,800 miles) through the country, carried by 500 torchbearers, on a route circling the country and travelling out to Crete.

The 2012 flame will travel straight from Greece to the UK on 18 May, flying into the Royal Navy airbase at Culdrose, near Helston in Cornwall.

The UK torch relay begins at Land's End the following morning when three times Olympic gold medal-winning sailor Ben Ainslie will be the first to carry the torch on British soil.

Carried by 8,000 torchbearers, the Barber Osgerby-designed torch will cover 8,000 miles across all of the country's nations and regions.

It is due to reach the Olympic Stadium in Stratford on 27 July to light the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

Denis Menchov

April 21 [Sat], 2012, 11:18

As is the case every time the Silent Assassin takes the start line, no one really knows what to expect from Denis Menchov. He could contend for the top step of the podium, or he may never place better than 20th on a stage and you will never hear his name mentioned. One thing is certain, if Menchov is going to contend at this year’s Paris-Nice, he will not do so by winning the summit finish or putting in a scorching descent on stage 7, Menchov will contend by putting in great rides against the clock in both the flat and uphill time trial.


The Russian will most likely not win a single stage, but he is perhaps the only rider who could place in the top three of each of the critical stages. Menchov will be under some pressure to produce a Russian victory for his Russian-backed global cycling project, but his major goal of the season is the Tour de France in July, so it will not be surprising if he does not start Paris-Nice in top condition. If Menchov’s name appears in the top five after stage one, it is likely he will finish on the podium. If not, then his overall finish will be below 20th place.

Preview of 2012 Paris-Nice

April 21 [Sat], 2012, 11:13


The Green Bullet began racing in January after a two-year doping suspension at the Tour Down Under, and immediately made his presence known with a stage win on top of Old Willunga Hill, finishing second overall. He followed that performance by winning one stage en route to an overall victory at the Vuelta a Andalucia.


Valverde seems not to have lost his climbing ability, nor is he missing any of his incredibly potent sprint. Valverde will not drop too much time in the initial time trial, and has a great chance at winning the stage five summit finish. Valverde’s largest impediment will be putting in a solid performance on the uphill time trial and managing expectations as a race favorite. He will be supported by a Tour de France-level team, and appears poised to make an impact in, if not win the 2012 Paris-Nice.
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