Video: Playboy playmate Pilar Lastra’s NFL fantasy tips



Pilar Lastra is the co-host of Playboy Fantasy Football on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio, Thursdays at 9 p.m.
–D. Orlando Ledbetter, The Atlanta Falcons beat blog

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D'ville Phil

November 18th, 2011
5:28 pm

1st………she is talented….

Say Whut

November 18th, 2011
5:53 pm

hiramsaint

November 18th, 2011
6:12 pm

she’s probably a better coach than smitty and a better qb than the meltster

wo

November 18th, 2011
6:45 pm

you live down at Cheetah III don’t you?

Sid

November 18th, 2011
6:54 pm

She needs to keep her mouth shut and legs wide open.

CGD..

November 18th, 2011
7:25 pm

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ agreed @ Sid!!! lmbo!

CGD..

November 18th, 2011
7:26 pm

Andrew Luck, Andrew Luck……

Tim Tebow has done it again? Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In Consistent Blogging

November 18th, 2011
8:55 pm

Here’s my fantasy:

D. Orlando Bedwetter can admit his poor spelling and not delete the comments that point it out.

Looking at your photos, I thought you were thick skinned. Guess you are just fat.

CGD..

November 18th, 2011
11:15 pm

Run4ever

November 16th, 2011
10:55 pm

“I feel that there is a real disconnect in this organization that began with the Falcons 2011 NFL draft regarding management’s lack of vision and mission. IMHO, I’d point my finger way up to the top of the Falcons organization. This starts with you-Arthur Blank, because you are the sole owner of this team. Nothing happens without your blessing. T.D. wouldn’t have made the Julio decision without your blessing. With that being said, the Falcons 2011 team chemistry is something that cannot be bought (ask the Philadelphia Eagles Organization). I’m no CEO or organization genius, but as good as Julio Jones is, Atlanta shouldn’t have given up so much for this young man. Yes, Atlanta needed a deep threat, but they should’ve used the 2011 draft to make a huge improvement their defense and offensive line. Julio Jones, when healthy will be their superstar receiver. Atlanta was so eager to think that getting their winning piece would be a current want (Julio Jones), not a current need. Meanwhile, yes, I do believe there is some truth regarding the “no chemistry” comment by Roddy White. Meanwhile, Matt Ryan’s arm strength is perfect for Roddy, not for Julio Jones. Either Atlanta develop Ryan’s arm strength, or trade Ryan for a veteran quarterback, who does have a cannon. Atlanta should’ve won this game and that’s what hurts the fans.” Being a schizophrenic organization as we clearly are, we still could’ve and more importantly, should have won, but we found a way to lose and that is our fault” I would prefer to hear these words come from Mike Smith’s mouth, but they won’t. Why? Because Mike Smith is tightly controlled and watched by the now unmarried, Arthur Blank, who is imposing his with his organizations’ coaches and the chemistry just isn’t there. Games after game, Ryans’ attitude in interviews are positive-as they should be. Meanwhile, Roddy White is doing a disservice to the organization if he can’t control his attitude and game play actions (PENALTY on ATL-R.White, Unnecessary Roughness, 15 yards, enforced between downs.) and temper- because he’s committing costly penalties (just the second play of the game). If Mike Smith can’t control his players-then Blank has to find a way to make Mike Smith responsible. Now let’s get to the N.O. Saints last weeks overtime quarter. Where did the overtime play calling come from? We won the toss, and dialed up 3 straight passing plays. On first down we got 8 yards on that passing play. Good. Next-why didn’t the Falcons think that they could not have made a first down on a 2 yard running play? (Let’s say they ran for no gain) the next play would have the N.O. defense guessing, because they wouldn’t know what the Falcons would dial up. Predictable: If the Falcon offense’s bread and butter is predicated on the run-why then dial a pass play on 2nd and 2? So in effect-you’re forced to pass on 3rd on 2, because now-the defense would stack up against the run. Thus, the pass- which Douglas didn’t make. So we punted. Next non- critical three offensive pass series, ditto, and Cox didn’t get the first down. Where was the running game in overtime? It didn’t exist. Once again, the Falcons got off script. Don’t give me the excuse that this is what they had to do because-if you believe in your running game-then you use it to keep drives alive, period. Why did I use the term “non-critical?” Because the overtime clock means nothing- a team can chew up as much time as it likes, as long as it’s has the ball, mainly- because there is no pressure to score right away. Mike Smith, former defensive coach, decided to make a play call of offense at a crucial moment with the game on the line. We’ll never know if Mike Smith made the call based on his faith in Mularky’s dial-up play on a 4th and inches, or if it was his play call. I’ve looked at the Falcons website and interviews-but it seemed as if Mike Smith wasn’t telling-(based on tipping off information to other teams), and logic would be hard to argue, because whether it was Mike Smith or Mike Mularky who dialed in the running play of Michael Turner, and considering the distance of getting 4 inches, the correct call would have been a quarterback sneak. Matt is 6’4, not 5’10, or 6’0. That’s just common sense. The Falcon should-hopefully learn from these miscues, because if they don’t-they are just doing a disservice to their fan base. Study long, study wrong-is the mantra. This Sunday, we will witness Tennessee either get rolled up on-or win over the Falcons. If the Falcons lose this game, the season’s probably over. “Wild Card” is what they should be fighting for. They didn’t deserve to be where they were last year. They were fooling themselves, until Green Bay shot them with a reality bullet. This article mentions the Falcons being in a good spot for a playoff run? In my best NY accent “forget about it.” Mike Smith isn’t going in front of television cameras to admit a blunder about calling a running play with M. Turner 4 or more yards behind the line of scrimmage. This organization puts forth a façade when it comes to owning up to the type of calls coming from the offense. Yes, Mike-you accepted blame for going for it, but that’s not going to cut it, until you guys move from being stuck on stupid. There were some other boneheaded decisions that were made in the game-especially that onside kick in the fourth quarter 9 yards from the Atlanta 35 yard line to the Atlanta 44 yard line. That was an omen of what was to come. Who dialed that play and why? Plays like these fester like scabs and will doom a football team.”

Thank you Run4ever! Your a true FAN! Not under some strong delusion! Well put Sir!

X

November 19th, 2011
7:31 am

@CDG. although that repost was good I continue to SMH at people blaming AB lately for being on some rampage about his divorce. The post blames AB for trusting the FOOTBALL people he hired to make FOOTBALL deceisons, yet in the earlier years people were afraid he would be like Jerry Jones after the Jimmy Johnson era, of trying to make football deceisons with no real football knowledge. The signing off on the moves is AB trusting the FOOTBALL people he hired to do thier jobs and not getting in the way. Now if the football people don’t work out i’m preety sure he will make more deceisons to correct it, In the meanwhile keep the blame where it belongs and thats with the play calling from our head coach and OC and DC which is like we all know is VERY PREDICTABLE!

Bird Dawg Country

November 19th, 2011
11:58 am

D-Led, your fascination with this chicks picks (that’s all it is, right?) is turning a bit obssesive.
hehehe

Dawgmess

November 19th, 2011
4:34 pm

I was looking for the fantasy tips.

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Sam

November 19th, 2011
6:54 pm

Amazing video of a high school senior from Columbia TN who kicks the ball dead straight 75-80 yards in the air. He was successful on 54 of 54 attempts this season….100%. For some crazy reason, he wants to go to Georgia Tech.

Watch for yourself…it is unreal!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_JKwgwFY3g

CGD..

November 19th, 2011
9:07 pm

There was Herm Edwards on ESPN’s “Mike and Mike” show checking in.

“I heard Mike say, you know I like to gamble,” Edwards said. “I’m going to tell him this: that’s why you go to Las Vegas, that’s why all those chandeliers are up there. Because people gamble in Vegas and when they lose, they buy chandeliers.

“When you gamble like that, you lose the football game. You can’t do it. You can’t allow that to happen. Punt the ball. … And I’m mad at Atlanta because, you know what, I picked Atlanta to be in the Super Bowl.”

Hey Herm you want a job? Falcons need to win a playoff game!

CGD..

November 19th, 2011
9:08 pm

You’re mad Herm? lol

Brickhead Nelson

November 20th, 2011
9:58 pm

das is supids