Thursday, October 28, 2010

Week Seven Thoughts from the NFL, Pt. 2

* The Raiders beat the Broncos 59-14. Let me repeat that: Oakland, a storied franchise with 3 Super Bowls, one of the great coaches NFL ever, and after the 03 Super Bowl in SD, the biggest joke in proffessional football, destroyed Denver, a team that finished 8-8 last season, and did it in their own house. If there's any indicator that your favorite foootball team isn't doing jack this year and in the years to come, watching Denver getting anahilated by Oak-town is a glaring example.

* As Romo goes, so do my Cowboys. Its bad enough that my beloved Chargers are in freefall, but now Dallas maybe falling faster thanks to a collarbone injury Romo suffered early in the 2nd quarter vs. the New York Giants on Monday night. Sure it won't need surgery and Tony will be back in 6-8 weeks, but by then, Dallas will be 1-11 or 1-12, have already fired Wade Phillips, and scouting out who they're going to take in the first round of next year's NFL Draft.

* The Brett Farve Era is almost at an end. And it will end with the Minnesota Vikings missing the playoffs, a losing record, and Farve's legacy tarnished as a primadonna who's inflated ego needs to be stroked at all times, how he stabbed the Green Bay Packers in the back, how his protege Aaron Rodgers got even-steven with the Ol' Gunslinger on national television on Sunday night, and finding out what an old pervert he is. In other words: the final goodbye won't have every football fan waving goodbye as he goes off into the sunset. And it's a real shame as well, having one of the most accomplished QB's in the sport leaving while half of the fans chant "good riddence to bad rubbish!"


Anonymous said...

Thanks for stopping by but I don't see a typo. I think maybe somebody can't read.

Jonathan said...

What the hell is Anon blabbering about now?

Anonymous said...

It's Planet boob. He trolls our blogs looking for typos.

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