From last night:
They had a pregame funeral before the game for Terrell Owens' career, and Philadelphia led by 13 with four minutes to go, but Dallas rallied to beat the Eagles, and you wonder now how last year's NFC champions have fallen to this.
Jim Todd was part of a Clippers team that lost 17 in a row off the top of the lockout-reduced 98-99 season. Now he's an assistant with the Raptors, poor man, insisting to Dave Feschuk that this is much better. Sure Jim. If you say so.
A-Rod wins the American League MVP -- Rich Griffin preferred David Ortiz -- while free agent B.J. Ryan flies in for a quick Toronto visit and, the way Geoff Baker tells it, crosses the Blue Jays off his Christmas list.
And an interesting read here, via the Sports Pontiff: Japanese golfer Jumbo Ozaki has gone bankrupt, without a win in three years and his side business gone dry in a country more interested in the women's side of the game:
"Once, we could expect to sell 20,000 drivers of the same sort used by a male pro," said a golf equipment industry representative, "but recently, the driver that Miyazato uses — the V-iQ — has become a blockbuster, selling hundreds of thousands. Manufacturers are turning to women golfers to endorse their products and the men are being squeezed out."