The NFL has upheld the one-game suspension handed down to Indianapolis Colts linebacker Erik Walden for his headbutt on Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. Walden used his helmet as a weapon in the Colts’ win over the Titans when he smashed his head into Walker, who was not wearing the protective headgear.
A second-year player out of Western Kentucky, Rainey didn’t see any action in his rookie season. The Bucs claimed him in October after he got waived by the Cleveland Browns. He finally got his chance this week after the Bucs lost Martin and James, and is making the most of it. He did an admirable job as a mid-game replacement against the Dolphins last week, recording 45 yards and a touchdown on eight carries.
Barring a complete collapse, the Bucs will win their second game in a row, and Rainey has been a key part in their slight resurgence. Company Man Favoritism Tour 2K13 rolls on with Mr. Roth, who brings up a verse of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” that I’ve taken a personal interest in. Specifically, the bit in which Mr. Carter claims the officer accused him of driving 55 miles per hour on a road with a speed limit of 54 miles per hour. I feel that that is a strange speed limit to post, and would further like to suggest that the officer in Mr. Carter’s report should not have applied such an inflexible interpretation of the law, especially given the unusual nature of the speed limit posted.
As long as we’re in the realm of video games, I may as well cop to my greatest gaming failure. I never beat the Water Temple. Ocarina of Time was an absolute masterpiece, and if you called it the greatest video game ever, I wouldn’t be mad at you.