Don't call it a comeback... unless it is


Don't call it a comeback... unless it is

By Justin Aucoin

Stop the presses! Manny Ramirez wants to make a return to the MLB.

For those who dont remember, Manny got booked for using performance enhancing drugs side effects which include ego boosting and got suspended 100 games for it. Instead of being a man, Many decided to retire from the Devil Rays (the real reason why Tampa was able to surpass Boston for the Wild Card).

And now he wants back. Shouldnt be too shocking, really; just two weeks ago we caught Manny meeting with his new life counselor.

Of course he also got calls from other trying to return from retirement athletes, pleading him to stay retired.

Tikis advice totally landed on deaf ears.

But itll be good to have Manny back in the MLB. Where else will we get moments like these?
Manny throws mics out car window

You cant do that. Now youre going to get in trouble that to us, now, Manny. Yea, charge him with illegal microphone throwing. Whatevs.

Manny trolling rivals

Manny calling a sex-line during a game

OK we mightve made up the sex-line bit maybe.

Manny makes a defensive play

Oh yea, and he also high-fived a dude while doing it. Sorry, we were just shocked theres video evidence of Manny putting effort into something thats not shooting himself up with PEDs.

If Mannys going to really come back to the MLB he might want to listen to the Lighter Side of Sports three tips.

Rookie Dak Prescott solid again, Cowboys beat Bears, 31-17


Rookie Dak Prescott solid again, Cowboys beat Bears, 31-17

ARLINGTON, Texas - Maybe the Cowboys will be OK without quarterback Tony Romo this time. The future of the Dallas running game with Ezekiel Elliott looks pretty good, too.

Dak Prescott led scoring drives on all four Dallas possessions in the first half before throwing his first career touchdown pass in fellow rookie Elliott's first 100-yard game, and the Cowboys beat the Chicago Bears 31-17 on Sunday night to snap an eight-game home losing streak.

With his second straight win, Prescott doubled the number of victories the Cowboys (2-1) had in 14 games without the injured Romo over three seasons before the fourth-round pick showed up.

Prescott's first TD pass was a 17-yarder to Dez Bryant for a 31-10 lead in the fourth quarter, and he's up to 99 throws without an interception to start his career. Philadelphia's Carson Wentz has 102, and those are the two highest career-opening totals for a rookie in NFL history.

"Dak's handled every opportunity he's had right from the start really, really well," coach Jason Garrett said. "No different tonight."

Brian Hoyer had trouble moving the Chicago offense early with Jay Cutler sidelined by a sprained right thumb as the Bears fell behind 24-3 at halftime and dropped to 0-3 for the second time in two seasons under coach John Fox.

Making his 27th career start for his fourth different team, Hoyer was 30 of 49 for 317 yards - a good portion of that with the game out of each late in the fourth quarter - and threw for two scores to Zach Miller.

"We haven't played a complete game," Fox said. "This week was the reverse of what we've had. We played very poorly in the first half."

Elliott finished with 140 yards on 30 carries, including a 14-yard run when he hurdled safety Chris Prosinski. The Cowboys kept giving him the ball while trying to work the clock with a two-touchdown lead in the fourth quarter a week after he was benched because of two fumbles in a win over Washington.

"Made a lot of good runs tonight, a lot tough runs, a lot of NFL runs," Garrett said. "He's physically tough. He's mentally tough."

It didn't even bother Prescott that Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith missed just the second game of his six-year career after his back tightened up during the week.

Prescott was 19 of 24 for 248 yards in Dallas' first home win since last year's opener, which was a week before the first of two broken left collarbones that kept Romo out of 12 games last season.

Romo is expected to miss about another month after breaking a bone in his back in the preseason.

Prescott had one of three rushing touchdowns for the Cowboys, who have seven this season after getting eight all of last year, when they finished 4-12.

Because the Bears fell behind again, they couldn't do much with the running game. They had just 15 carries for 73 yards and lost leading rusher Jeremy Langford to an ankle injury in the second half.