There’s some very inventive and funny (mostly satirical) names suggested. They fall into several categories: **Political Serious**, **Political Satiric**, **Animal**, **Roman**.
Haskins has a market of one. Will Mike Tomlinson take a flyer on Haskins? Will Big Ben share his secrets of how to succeed as an NFL quarterback with limited intellect very little mobility and a lazy attitude?
Kittsee jumped out to an early lead which they maintained until 67 minutes. Kittsee fought hard for a go-ahead goal but Wallern held them off.
That’s the way to do it: start hard and never let your opponent catch his breath. The team effort made for a nice shutout for Manuel Schiszler.
SC Andau visited Kittsee last weekend. Kittsee dominated Apetlon at Apetlon two weeks ago to move forward in the Raiffeissen Cup. Unsurprisingly, SC Kittsee was unable to defeat higher league club SC/ESV Parndorf on 14 August. Expectations were high going into the game when Andau came to visit on 22 August.
Congratulations to Mario Marko on his four goal hat trick – four in a row.
Who can afford Kirk Cousins?
Almost no one. Someone at ProFootballRumors.com suggested Arizona would be a great landing spot for Cousins:
Cousins belongs in Arizona. He could be a big part of putting that team in a position to compete deep into the playoffs. Him, Fitz and David Johnson along with that defense would be tough. Cousins would make the other speedy receivers better. It’s a perfect fit.
Indeed Kirk Cousins would be a good football fit in Arizona with a ready made team who is strong defensively and who have been playing well despite dreadful quarterback play. There is not too much pressure on him as Arizona is used to not doing very well historically. Sadly Arizona does not have the cap space to pay Cousins. There’s only $22 million there and if you go over the roster, cutting some of the high cap players would actually result in increased cap charges. Some of the players who would have to go to sign Cousins, along with the cap savings by cutting them now: