Depends on your definition of Athleticism. If its the ability to run and jump are all that are judged, then you might be right. But if timing, throwing, and hand eye foot coordination are included, then baseball players are every bit as athletic as other sports.
I don't know. I mean if you look at it, certain teams tend to dominate. Over the last 10-15 years, the team with the best quarterbacks, or occasionally the best defense, tend to dominate. This year, one can look at about 8 teams or so, and one of those 8 teams is probably going to win it. A surprise might pop up (like the Giants a few years ago), but more than likely, its going to be Green Bay, or Seattle, or New England, or Denver (if Peyton has another good year in his arm), Baltimore, or maybe Indy. Mostly the same group as last year.
I do think that Gettleman is slowly getting us to the point where we might have a shot at being in that yearly conversation though. Unless some really surprising things happen though, we won't be in it this year.
Same here. And its to easy to get personal information on Facebook. If someone gets really made at me here, oh well. If they do it on Facebook, to easy to find real name and address. To many crazy people in the world to allow that to happen.
My wife and I have family scattered all over the US and the World. We use Facebook as a way to keep in touch with them, and that is about it.