While We’re Waiting aims to be the round-up of the recent WFNY-esque information for your morning viewing. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email in the sidebar.
“Seemingly half the League is being led by men whose jobs, if not seriously in jeopardy, are certainly less than stable. Would Cowher be the right man in Big D should the Cowboys sputter in their final two games? He would certainly be the antithesis of Wade Phillips. Personally, we’d be intrigued by the Jones/Cowher dynamic. What about teams with long traditions and loyal fan bases, like Green Bay or Washington? And then of course there’s the much more real positions that will be coming open in Cincy, San Diego, Detroit and St. Louis. Cowher to Jacksonville? Who knows?” [The Legend Cecilio Guante]
If you’re willing to make an argument on why a certain punter was snubbed from the Pro Bowl team, you’re alright in my book. After all, I’ll be doing this with AJ Trapasso’s numbers for the next decade. [Rumors and Rants]
“When mired in a shooting slump, the practiced remedy is to attack the basket to earn higher percentage chances and perhaps some shooting fouls. Delonte West has been in a slump of late and applied the tested antidote in the Cavaliers’ victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday night. […] The result was a season-high 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting, by far his best game in several weeks.” [Brian Windhorst]
Way late on this, but essentially we have several bloggers – none that are fans of the Cavaliers – discussing how good they feel that the Cavaliers are. A pretty solid read and great word by all involved, even if some of them are not believers. They’ll learn. [With Malice]
And lastly, some pretty bad news for the Ohio State hoops squad. Cleveland-native Dave Lighty will possibly miss the next three months with a broken left foot. He was averaging 10 points and six boards per game so far this year. [ESPN via AP]