Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Hot Wing Chump-ion Preview

The season starts in less than a week, so it's time to take a look at what all season the Hot Wing Chump-ions are about to have. But first a look back at last year:

Team Name: Pulaski Rednecks
2005 record: 9-4, 915 pts
2005 Playoofs: League Champion

This season;
Team Name: The Hot Wing Chump-ions
Manager: GOP and College

Week 1 Matchup: Gados
Week 1 starting lineup (team):

QB - Jake Plummer (Den)
The snake was looking like he might lose his job to rookie Jay Cutler, but fortunately coach Mike Shanahan stuck with Plummer. Plummer was a star QB last year only throwing 7 picks the entire season.

Joey Galloway (TB)
Joe Jurevicius (Cle)
Justin McCareins (NYJ)

Joey, and Jurevicius both got 10 passes last season into the endzone and was one of Tampa's prized possessions. Justin may be losing his spot, but we'll see closer to kick-off.

LenDale White (Ten)
Mike Bell (Den)

Mike bell is the undrafter rookie phenom that coach Shanahan is hoping to turn into the next Mike Anderson. LenDale is a ferocious rookie back for the Titans who if he plays his cards right, could be the Titan's new powerhouse.

Antonio Gates (SDC)

I made sure to get Antinio in the first round, if I didn't get Larry Johnson. Gates is hte tight end with Wide out stats at 10 TD passes and over 1,000 yards. It is my philosophy that a great tight end can make for a great season.

Greg Jennings

Greg came out of the box hot and may have not only picked up the job as a wide out, but also as a kick/punt returner.

Adam Vinatieri

Adam was traded from the Pats to the colts, where he is liable to see a TON of PATs and a few good chances at some 3 pointers.


The second best performing defense in my opinion. The colts kept the score low and lopsided in their favor almost the entire season.

Mewelde Moore (Min)
Steve McNair (Bal)
Marty Booker (Mia)
Phil Dawson (Cle)