Thursday, January 03, 2008

Presedential Candidate Chris Dodd Drops Out Of Race

After an extremely poor showing in tonight's Iowa caucus, Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd has decided to abandon his run for the White House and drop out of the race.

Strapped by low support, lack of resources and financial stability, Dodd had no other choice than to surrender his attempt to provide change for the country that so dearly needs it.

While the Dodd Squad was terminated tonight, it must be recognized that he put forth a valiant effort and it's essential for him to be rewarded for the hard work he consistently showed for several months.

Barack Obama- Projected Winner In Iowa

According to numerous reports out of the Hawkeye state, Barack Obama has catapulted ahead of rivals Hillary Clinton and John Edwards to win the Iowa caucus.

His rampant surge in the past several weeks to connect with caucus-goers and continue to advocate his mission of change appears to have paid off favorably in his quest for the Democratic nomination.

With New Hampshire kicking off the primary contest next Tuesday, the momentum and unconditional support is overwhelmingly in Obama's favor.

Titans' top receiver breaks ankle, will sit out wild-card game

This injury to the Titans top wide receiver will severely hamper their ability to upset the AFC West champion Chargers.

Associated Press

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans will be without top receiver Roydell Williams for the first round of the playoffs after he broke his right ankle in practice Wednesday.

Coach Jeff Fisher said Thursday that Williams was having surgery to repair the bone at the base of the tibia, which will require a plate and screws. Williams was hurt during practice Wednesday, but was able to walk off the indoor practice field by himself.

Fisher said X-rays showed the severity of the injury late Wednesday night.

The Titans have already lost top tight end Bo Scaife after he suffered a lacerated liver in last week's win at Indianapolis.

Williams was tied with Justin Gage for the team lead in receptions with a career-high 55. He was second with 719 yards for a team-high four touchdowns.

Receiver Brandon Jones has been on injured reserve with a groin injury since Dec. 15.