The 2013 NFL season has been interesting and contained one fewer player suicide than last year, so far. Below is a list ranking every football team in order from which team’s fans are talking s**t down to which fans feel like they are eating s**t.
Oh, the many wrongs about the collapsed Metrodome delayed Giants-Vikings game fiasco…
Firing people over their Facebook lifestyle is the new cool thing to do, behind lay offs.
On March 5th, thirty-five year old Terrell Owens was released by the Dallas Cowboys. This could have lead to the following advertisement:
Flamboyant, past-his-prime Wide Receiver seeks fourth NFL team to excite and disrupt. Work Experience: Caught passes from homosexual in San Francisco, lost Superbowl due to tired quarterback vomiting under pressure in Philadelphia, and after learning nothing from Bill Parcells, cried for his team leader Romo when times got tough in Dallas.
In-game hobbies include: light cheerleading, sharpie calligraphy, “bird” dancing, mimicking the “bird” dance, mock waiting tables, napping and other talented improvisational acts. Requires a quarterback who will throw to him on almost every passing play, while forgiving dropped passes and excessive celebration penalties after touchdowns. With questionable overdoses in the past, Terrell Owens is ready for the next team the way his agent is always ready for the next question.
When your team is out, you just sit back and root against the team(s) you hate, and hope the games are entertaining. Luckily, Championship games (in any sport, really) are usually pretty good and competitive. Sunday provided two very interesting match ups: a battle of division rival top defenses and a battle of NFC teams that barely deserved to make the playoffs in the first place. Thankfully for me, the Eagles proved their inadequacy by losing to the Cardinals.
Momentum was not the ex-factor that allowed the Eagles to win their way to a date with the Giants. I’m not sure if writers and reporters actually watched the Eagles beat the Vikings on Sunday. If they did, why would one write “[McNabb] led the Eagles…with brilliant throws” when the Eagles settled for four field goals on offense, adding to their terrible red zone stats for the season? This does not seem to be the working of “brilliant” quarterbacking. After admitting to not understanding overtime and its possible outcome, McNabb should never be described with any adjective related to “smart.” Yes, this privilege is also lost for Plaxico Burress who should’ve shot himself in the nuts because that’s what he deserves.