Nov 04

7Pounds of Something: 11/4 – Going Overweight with Kanye

Its November, its a new month and a new Day. Time for 7pounds of Something. Enjoy. I’m talking Monday,  Riding the Bus, Kanye, and Rap Music. Pre-Sorry for the ranting. Heads up 1) Monday sucks. Adding to the problem is my schedule has changed. Instead of 3 days on, day off, 2 days on day …

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Nov 03

Nick Foles ties an NFL record with 7 touchdowns against the Raiders

If you’re a Raiders fan, Sunday was about as tough as it gets. Philadelphia quarterback Nick Foles completed 22 of 28 passes for 407 yards and an NFL record tying 7 touchdowns to lead the visiting Eagles to a 49-20 win over Oakland. Foles tied a record set by Joe Kapp and Peyton Manning (who …

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Nov 03

Raiders looking for another win to get to .500 this weekend

The Oakland Raiders meet the visiting Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in a game between two teams headed in opposite directions. Oakland (3-4) has won 2 of their last 3 games and start a stretch where they play the Eagles, the New York Giants, and the Houston Texans. Those 3 teams that are a combined 7-16 …

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Nov 01

The Blog About Nothing 11/1 edition

What up world? It’s EJ and I’m back with another edition. It’s November and it’s unseasonably warm out here in the NYC. I love it. I might have been born on a cold December day, but my ass hates the cold. Fuck snow. Fuck snow for real. Anyway, I digress. This week, I’ll keep it …

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Oct 31

NBA Preseason Rankings!

  Welcome to 7poundbag.com’s NBA Preseason Rankings. Our rankings are taken poll style, and 7poundbag contributors EJ and David have weighed in with their top 15 rankings, and our bottom 5 rankings also known as the Riggin’ for Wiggins poll. Hope you guys enjoy, and if you have any beefs with us, please mention them …

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Oct 31

Washington Nationals preview of 2014

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      Washington Nationals offseason…what they have vs. what they need. Most fans would start out by saying the Nationals should just stand pat with the team from last year only perform up to expectation. There are others that think several clutch pieces of their machine are worn and need to be replaced. I …

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Oct 30

Week 9 Picks

Welcome to the Week 9 Picks! Stephan missed ONE game to leap up to second place overall, blowing only the Oakland/Pitt game. I have no idea why David picked the Redskins, but for a while he looked like a guru. The Unanimous picks did great, going 7-0. Week 9 Picks EJ Stephan David Archie DJ Bill …

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Oct 30

The Lakers crush the Clippers behind strong bench play to open the NBA season

Xavier Henry and Jordan Farmar. What does this duo have in common? They both signed for the veteran minimum ($884,293) in the offseason to come to Los Angeles and attempt to revive their careers with the Lakers. On Tuesday night, they both played a huge part in the Lakers 116-103 surprising win over the Clippers …

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Oct 30

WTF… 10/30/2013

1) Dina Lohan, Lindsay’s mother, 51-year-old was charged with drunk driving after being pulled over for allegedly going 77 mph in a 55 mph zone on the Northern State Parkway (Long Island, NY) on September 12 and later blowing a 0.20 on a Breathalyzer. On October 23, Dina Lohan, Lindsay’s mother, told a Nassau County …

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Oct 28

Season Preview: Miami Heat

Miami Heat Season Preview: Still go LeBron? Yes? Moving on to Orlando. Let us not forget that this team was not one but TWO crappy games from Tony Parker from being 1 for 3 in the NBA Finals. Lets also keep in mind, they won. So its not like they are just lucky either. I …

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Oct 28

Whose body is it any way?

Recently, I was talking sports with some folks and the conversation turned to how the media and fans sometimes criticize, sometimes incessantly hard, star players who have nagging injuries that stop them from being the stars everyone expects them to be, or, are “obviously” not rehabbing efficiently from injury because they don’t return to the …

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Oct 27

Steelers aging defense no match for young (and happy) feet

On Sunday, the host Oakland Raiders renewed their rivalry with the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers. The Raiders jumped out to an early 14-0 lead and never really looked back as they won, 21-18, in an ugly game. Third year quarterback Terrelle Pryor ran 93 yards (on an option read where he faked a handoff to running …

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