Monday, March 31, 2008

Actonel Celebrex rankings

1 .New England Revolution - Nicol has added dangerous speed to a strong system with Mansally and Nyassi
2. Kansas City Wizards - They flamed out last season after a fast start, but right now, Claudio Lopez fits in well
3. Colorado Rapids - A number of injured starters didn't faze the Rapids - young players stepped up under the leadership of Christian Gomez
4. Columbus Crew - Moffat makes a great first impression; Hesmer saves a penalty. Sigi is bringing the kids up right.
5. Chicago Fire - Blanco did just what he had to do, right when he had to do it.
6. Chivas USA - Ay Papi! Galindo waits nearly as long as Blanco to pull out the equalizer for Chivas USA
7. FC Dallas - Toja is clearly back to pre-injury form, Cooper clearly isn't.
8. Real Salt Lake - So close to glory there. This team has never had a winning record.
9. New York Red Bull - Altidore and Angel can prove to be a potent combo, just like vodka and Red Bull.
10. Houston Dynamo - Sure, a 3-0 loss is spanking, but the Dynamo are proven winners when it really counts
11. San Jose Earthquakes - Will version 2.0 recall the glory days, or the bumpy path of the Clash?
12. DC United - Gallardo may have the name for DP money, but Gomez had the goods, and now he's gone.
13. Los Angeles Galaxy - The penalty call was atrocious, but so was the 4-0 loss.
14. Toronto FC - Overall play and inability to convert the penalty - poor. The traveling fans - class.

3 comments:

Frank said...

Hey, AC and LB, you guys have posted a lot of great stuff this past week (as usual). You both are, no doubt, working hard. I hope you are enjoying your work as much as we are enjoying receiving it. Thank you very much!!

Anonymous said...

Any word on how Ruiz is coming along?

Celebrex Prescription Information said...

My name is Jane Eaton and i would like to show you my personal experience with Celebrex.

I have taken for 11 months. I am 39 years old. Celebrex works too well, which is why it is so dangerous. It is one of the most effective things you can take for arthritis-type issues, and for controlling inflammation/pain after knee surgery. But the side effects are very extreme: intestinal bleeding/perforation, heart problems, and liver toxicity. I am allergic to Ibuprofen and Alleve, so Clebrex was a life saver. But I am not willing to sacrifice my liver for it. The ER staff told me that they see very serious side effects in Celebrex patients.

Side effects-
I ended up in the emergency room in extreme pain and hyperventilating because of liver problems.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Jane Eaton