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Monday Morning QB

1 – Lefty wins the Masters. Phil Mickelson hung on and actually pulled away at the end for a poignant win at Augusta. It was an entertaining weekend with plenty of twists, turns, and drama. Tiger Woods being in the mix on the last day adds tremendous relevance to the event. I picked Anthony Kim to win and he had a splendid last day to vault into 3rd place. In all the talk of Tiger and his family issues, the scene with Mickelson and his family at the 18th hole was wonderful. Hard not to root for this guy.

2 – The Mariners in trouble?  Not the start the M’s were looking for on the road after 7 games. A 2-5 start shouldn’t be cause for panic, though. They won both of Felix’s starts. They should have won Ian Snell’s first one. Without Cliff Lee, the best I was hoping for 4-3. They are basically two games off that pace and certainly have plenty of time to catch up. That being said, the bats need to wake up or they need to go get Jermaine Dye.

3 – The NFL Draft is nearing. The more I hear about him, the more intrigued I am with OT Trent Williams for the Hawks 6th pick. It sounds like Russel Okung will be gone by that point, and Williams makes the best sense. We could be surprised and see a trade down to stockpile early picks, though. Should be interesting to see the Pete Carroll-John Schneider draft unfold.

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