Tebow nation is on fire. Nothing will further propel his legendary status than throwing 316 in his upset victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. But was it really an upset? Was it really that surprising that Denver won? I don’t think so…in fact, I called it. (I swear…you can ask the one friend I told they were going to win). There’s three things you have to take into account. First of all, Tebow is not leading a 8-8 team. He’s QBing for a 7-4 team. There were five games of the season where he wasn’t playing. Even if he only won two of those games, they’d be a 9-7 team. A 9-7 team upsetting a 12-4 team isn’t that big of a stretch…especially since they’re playing at home (which is the second factor). Thirdly, Pittsburgh was injured up the ass. Literally…I read one of the defensive end injured his ass. With Mendenhall out…Big Ben at about 50% and half the o/d lines riding the bench…the Steelers were not at full strength. Denver beating Pittsburgh is a mild upset at best…it doesn’t even compare to 7-9 Seattle’s upset last year of defending Superbowl Champions New Orleans. In football…any given Sunday…and team can win.
In music…any given Tuesday, an established vet can release a dud. A has-been can make a comeback. Or a new band could become a new trend-setter. Who will make waves this year…that is something we’ve never been able to predict.
Here are the 11 Most Anticipated Albums of Spring 2012:
1. Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band – TBA (May)
2. Kanye West – G.O.O.D. Album (May)
3. Smashing Pumpkins – Oceania (June)
4. Madonna – Gimme All Your Luvin (April)
5. Metric – Realities (May)
6. Garbage – TBA (June)
7. Mazzy Star – TBA (April)
8. The Hives – TBA (May)
9. K’naan – TBA (May)
10. Beck & Dwight Yoakam – TBA (June)
11. The Mars Volta – In Absentia (April)