The wins just keep on coming...

With the Bulls winning these past few days it feels even better to announce that my 49ers have won a good game in overtime with a nicely placed field goal by Joe Nedney. I wasn't able to watch the game but from what I saw on ESPN.com and read on UPI it was definitely a good game. Here is UPI's coverage of the game -

NFL: San Francisco 23, St. Louis 20 (OT)
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -- Joe Nedney kicked a 29-yard field goal 9:39 into overtime Sunday, letting the San Francisco 49ers edge St. Louis 23-20.

The 49ers had taken a three-point lead on a 16-yard touchdown pass from Troy Smith to Michael Crabtree with 2:10 left in the fourth quarter, but Rams kicker Josh Brown forced an overtime when he hit a 33-yard field goal as time expired.

Smith tossed for a career-best 356 yards and a touchdown, going 17-of-28, and Frank Gore ran for 87 yards and a score on 22 carries for San Francisco (3-6).

The Rams, meanwhile, lost for the second time in three games.

Sam Bradford finished the game with 251 yards and one touchdown, and Steven Jackson gained 81 yards on 20 carries with a score for St. Louis (4-5).

Copyright 2010 by United Press International


Very nice -

You know, just when you think you have a fix on what a team can and can't do BOOM you get surprised. A big CONGRATS to the Bulls for delivering a good old fashion whoop ass. The fact that this team is still my favorite is not a shocker but the fact that they handed GS an ass kicking truly brings a smile to my face. Read the following for UPI and tell me if this wasn't a good game.

NBA: Chicago 120, Golden State 90
CHICAGO (UPI) -- A big game from Luol Deng helped Chicago take control early Thursday and the Bulls easily held on to crush Golden State 120-90.

Deng had 26 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in helping bring Chicago its second straight win. All four of Chicago's victories this year have come at home.

Derrick Rose added 22 points and 13 assists for the Bulls and Joakim Noah had 17 points.

The Bulls built a 66-38 halftime lead and their lead grew to as many as 33 points late in the third period.

Monta Ellis scored 24 to lead the Warriors, who played without center David Lee (elbow). Golden State fell to 2-2 on a five-game road trip.

The Bulls shot 54 percent from the floor and missed just twice in 23 attempts from the foul line.

Copyright 2010 by United Press International

What a game indeed.