Tuesday, January 27, 2015

AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE

 America Held Hostage Part III

Here's what America gets for putting REPUBLICANS in control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress.


Sunday, January 25, 2015

AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE

AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE - Part II

With the republicans now in control of both chambers of Congress, the 99 percent of the American citizens are indeed under siege.




Saturday, January 24, 2015

Hall of Fame Baseball Legend Ernie Banks Dies

Ernie Banks, one of the all time greats and best loved players in the history of Major League Baseball, died last night at the age of 83 years old.
He was referred to as "Mr. Cub" because he spent his entire 19-year career with the "lovable losers" Chicago Cubs teams in the 1950s and 1960s before retiring following the 1971 season. Banks finished with 512 career home runs and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977.
Rest In Peace Ernie and "Let's Pay Two" today.



Friday, January 23, 2015

AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE

Since the Republicans took over the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010 elections, they have not introduced ONE single Jobs Bill, yet they complain about the jobs bills President Barack Obama and the Democratic party want to initiate for the American people.
Now the dunderheads that call themselves Americans voted these bastards in the majority of the U.S. Senate as well ... so it goes without saying that as a result of these insane decisions, the United States of America is being held hostage by these "Domestic Terrorists" known as the Republican party.

As a result of this, Heftyinfo will continue to expose these phony Americans for the traitors of this country that they truly are . . . . .   so it begins


AMERICA HELD HOSTAGE - Part I



Sunday, January 18, 2015

SUPER BOWL IS SET - Patriots and Seahawks

Russell Wilson takes on Tom Brady
It will be the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl 49 in two weeks.
The Patriots smoked the Indianapolis Colts, 45-7 while the Seahawks won a squeaker at home over the Green Bay Packers, 28-22 in overtime.
Running back LeGarrette Blount (three touchdowns and 148 yards rushing) led the Patriots while quarterback Tom Brady had three scoring passes.
Marshawn Lynch (157 rushing yards and a TD) was the hero for Seattle to help force the overtime session. Quarterback Russell Wilson (who threw four interceptions) connected with Jermaine Kearse on a 35-yard scoring pass in the OT for the win.
So, it's New England and Seattle in the Super Bowl.



Friday, January 16, 2015

NFL Playoffs - NFC Championship Game Preview

GREEN BAY PACKERS at  SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

      The Seattle Seahawks are one game away from returning to the Super Bowl as they attempt to defend their Super Bowl crown.
The Green Bay Packers are determined to knock off the defending champions, especially after being  blown out by a 36-16 score in the season opener in Seattle.
Both teams have been rolling in the second half of the regular season. The Seahawks finished at 12-4 after a 6-4 start while the Packers had the same regular season record after a rough 1-2 beginning. The Seahawks knocked off the Carolina Panthers, 31-17 last weekend while Green Bay held off the Dallas Cowboys, 26-21 in a classic game played at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers had an MVP caliber season and led the league is passer rating and teams with excellent wideouts Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb to give the Packers one of the league's most explosive offenses. Running back Eddie Lacy and back up James Starks form a solid one-two punch to give the offense superb balance.
The Seahawks are less of a power on offense, but QB Russell Wilson is a threat with either his arm or legs and has capable targets to throw to in Luke Willson (tight end)  and wide receivers Jermaine Kearse and Doug Baldwin.
And then of course, there is "Beast Mode" ... running back Marshawn Lynch, who seems to thrive in the post-season. He is capable of carrying the offense on his back with his punishing running style.
Defensively, there isn't much comparison as the Seahawks dominate in that area with their stellar front seven and of course, the "Legion of Boom" secondary, led by Byron Maxwell and Richard Sherman at the corners and safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor, who had a 90-yard "pick six" interception to ice the playoff win last week against Carolina.
Green Bay is led by linebackers Clay Matthews and A.J. Hawk and front man Julius Peppers on the defense and can come up with the turnovers at opportune times.
The X factor in this game will be whether or not Aaron Rodgers is at 100 percent health as he has been nursing a left calf injury and was visibly hobbled last week. If the Seahawks can get after Rodgers and force errant passes, it'll be a blowout as it was in Week One.
The Packers have shown great fortitude this year and will not be an easy opponent. If they can get an early lead and make the Seahawks play from behind, perhaps they can spring the upset.
One thing for sure this time around is to expect a much closer game than the 20-point blowout from early September because Rodgers and the Packers are simply too good for that to happen again.


PREDICTION -    Seattle 27,  Green Bay 17









Thursday, January 15, 2015

NFL Playoffs - AFC Championship Game Preview

                                      INDIANAPOLIS COLTS at NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS


The New England Patriots will host the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game this Sunday evening. Only this time the opposing quarterback for the Colts facing the Pats in the conference title game will be Andrew Luck, whose team knocked off the Denver Broncos, 24-13 last week.
When these two teams faced each other back in November (in Indianapolis) the Patriots hammered Luck and the Colts, 42-20. They also blasted the Colts in last year's playoffs, 43-22 as they intercepted Luck four times and saw running back LeGarrette Blount score four touchdowns while going for 166 yards rushing.
This past season, the Colts won the AFC South (11-5 record) and have topped the Cincinnati Bengals and the Denver Broncos in the post-season. Meanwhile, the Patriots went 12-4 to win the AFC East again and won a 35-31 thriller over the Baltimore Ravens last week in the divisional round of the playoffs.
With Tom Brady leading the offense, the Patriots put up a lot of points once again this season and Brady has a plethora of weapons to choose from when passing the ball. Tight End Rob Gronkowski is among the best in the NFL while wide receivers Brandon LaFell, Julian Edleman and Danny Amendola have been stellar.
The running game is solid with Shane Vereen, Jonas Gray, Stevan Ridley and Blount carrying the ball and the defense has been consistent this year, especially in the improved secondary that has corners Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner, who can shut down the opposition.
The Colts can score too and Luck had another solid season while looking to wideouts T.Y Hilton, Hakeem Nicks and Reggie Wayne and tight end Coby Fleener to bolster the passing game. The running game was weak, but Boom Herron has been on the rise in recent weeks, including scoring a rushing touchdown in the win at Denver last weekend.
Expect a much tighter game than the blowout New England enjoyed in November as the Colts keep it close for three quarters before Brady and company draw away in the fourth quarter for the win and their first Super Bowl trip in three years.

PREDICTION -  New England 34,  Indianapolis 21