I’m telling you right now: if you don’t want to read about whining and homerism, don’t keep reading.
I wish the Patriots never got the bye week.
Posted in Regular Post, SamerOchoCinco, tagged antonio cromartie, double parentheses!, new england patriots, new york jets, nfl playoffs, reggie jackson, tom brady on January 14, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
When your trash talk is going so far as to having legends from other sports give their opinion, it’s time to take a step back and try to figure out what the hell is going on.
Antonio Cromartie (and other New York Jets [and even Terrell Suggs!]) have been voicing their displeasure regarding the New England Patriots to try and rekindle the rivalry that’s already burning. Both sides already have hated each other for the allotted amount of time this season to qualify this as a rivalry, so I don’t know why they keep it up. Now, even Yankees great Reggie Jackson has to intervene, as he has always been a voice of reason.
The divisional matchup between the Steelers and Ravens, known by fans of either team as “AWESOME” and “insufferable” by anyone else, is probably going to result in someone receiving a career-ending injury. That’s the only way it can top Pittsburgh-Baltimore games in the past in brutality and destruction. The minimum amount of concussions in this game has to be three.
Terrell Suggs, however, is really excited for it. He coined a questionable nickname for this game: “ARMAGGEDON.”
Posted in Regular Post, SamerOchoCinco, tagged I WAS RIGHT, matt hasselbeck > drew brees, New Orleans Saints, nfl playoffs, seattle seahawks, suck it sean payton on January 8, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
This is my post to all those who helped me along the way. I’d like to dedicate this to… me. Without that guy, none of this could be possible.
I’M SO COOL AND WON SEVEN CENTS ON CENTSPORTS.COM WITH THAT BET SO SUCK IT. I AM NOW A BETTER FOOTBALL PICK-MAKER THAN BILL SIMMONS. EAT A DICK, BILL SIMMONS. ALSO, SHARE THAT DICK WITH ALMOST EVERYONE AT ESPN FOR PICKING THE SAINTS BECAUSE THEY ARE STUPID.
In conclusion, I’m great, blah blah blah.
There’s always a team no one expects to succeed in the NFL playoffs, and everyone always tries to figure out which one it’s going to be so they can brag about it later. It’s a noble endeavor. Two seasons ago, it was the Arizona Cardinals blasting through teams in the playoffs and finding their way into the Super Bowl, where they were about a minute away from beating the Pittsburgh Steelers. This postseason, I’m going to reach in my pants, find my balls (sorry about that visual) and use them to make a suggestion that very few people will write.
The Saints have a good chance of losing to the Seahawks.
Yeah, I said it. And because I don’t feel like writing a cohesive essay about it, I’m going to write why I think so in small, digestible sections.