Friday, November 7, 2008

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly IX














"See here offense, we can drop passes too!"

The Good: Surprisingly, a Man Named Brady. Beyond the stats, he looked sharp, composed, didn't throw a single pick nor take a sack, pointless or otherwise. Hey, Kellen Winslow, I remember you. Glad someone on this team can catch.

The Bad: 564 yards of offense and 26 first downs allowed. Who do you think?

The Ugly: 27-13 lead late in the third quarter last week? Loss. 23-13 lead early in the fourth quarter this week? Loss. Weren't you guys supposed to be improving?

Up next: forty years into the future at Buffalo.

Thank Cthulhu for the Cavs.

13 comments:

Utah Savage said...

When I saw this was a football post I stopped reading. I'm sorry but I was traumatized by finding one of the NFL's babies fall out of the back door of a van on a winding Orgeon road. I took the unharmed baby home with me. It was the beefiest baby I'd ever seen. I was happy with my find, until Rosie Grier knocked on the door and when I answered it, told me I had a baby from the NFL Baby Farm. I haven't been able to watch football since, knowing that those poor babies were manufactured just for the purpose of your football playing pleasure. How can you live with yourself?

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Utah Savage said...

How did I do that? Hey Randal would you dump one of those for me please?

Randal Graves said...

Why would I do that? You're just echoing your unyielding and boundless love of sports, everyone's favorite subject chez Randal.

Oh, fine.

PoliShifter said...

Well, I guess Obama can't fix everything...

Dean Wormer said...

The cavs are still a little too organized to have Cthulhu looking out for them.

Once they become the ultimate symbol of chaos he'll be all over them.

Randal Graves said...

poli, if he could fix the Browns' D, he's a goddamn superhero.

dean, excellent point. You think he might be munching on the Clippers?

Mathman6293 said...

Defense?

Beach Bum said...

Football farm? You ain't seen nothing until you see the golfer breeding pens down around Hilton Head. Hordes of tiny WASPs dressed in polo shirts and golfing shoes. It's survival of fittest in there as they have a nasty habit of using the cleats on the shoes to stomp to death those that drop a bogie. Oh the horror.

susan said...

I think I've seen one of those NFL Baby Farm trucks driving to the top of Mt. Hood. Perhaps it was filled with rejects they plan on turning into winter Olympic stars instead.

Randal Graves said...

mathman, that's the question of the hour, nay, season.

BB, what you just described sounds like a circle in hell.

susan, does this mean we'll be getting another Eddie the Eagle?

Utah Savage said...

I'm so pleased to inspire new breeding farms. Perhaps it's a meme whose time has come?

Spartacus said...

Remind me again how the Giants got their asses kicked by the Browns? I mean it wasn't just a loss, it was an ass-kicking. I'm just sayin...