- Getting ready for the Real Game: With the players back in town, Kerry and David are ready to go back to the grind.
- Women Playing Games: Rihanna to Braylon: ?Who are you again, and NO I don't want your 10K drink. OUCH.
- Tennis Game: Kerry Rhodes, a Tennis player growing up? He tweeted this week about how Andre Agassi was one of his heroes growing up, this on the breaking news that Agassi admitted taking Crystal Meth during his playing years.
- Political Games: Jay Feely talks a ton about politics. ?Mark my words, he will run for public office after his career is over. ?You heard it here first! (Jay was talking so much about his views, it's too much to post.)
- The Game: This just in, Mark Sanchez tweets! Period.
- Board Games: David Clowney has one advantage on Dustin Keller, or is it four?
- Online Contest Games: Nick Mangold, sharing the love online with a twitter contest.
The New York Jet takes you through the "chocolate room" and trophy cases in his Jersey abode.Glad to see he's living nicely. It's definitely modest by MTV Cribs'? usual standards. We should email MTV and see if they can get us a tour of the facilities at Florham Park.
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Ed Reed, from play to play he picked and chose what he felt he needed to do in this defense to allow us to be the most successful. Being the other safety, you have to be very flexible to allow him that freedom, that creativity that makes him one of the best ever...Kerry Rhodes, he is a great safety, a great talent. In this defense, hopefully with me here, it will allow him to pick and choose those situations and allow him to have that type of success as well.The one thing I take away from Leonhard's comments is that Rhodes is in control of his own destiny. It's going to be up to Rhodes to make his own adjustments, recognize what's best, and diagnose plays based on his own knowledge. Can Rhodes look at the field and see the same things Ed Reed would see? Ryan's system or not, it's all up to Kerry now.
Maybe that's for the best. Rhodes' role was completely changed in 2008 when Mangini had him playing deep. Rhodes was constantly out of position to make plays, and always looked a second late when he was going for interceptions.