Thursday, September 07, 2006

Super Bowl Buzz Kill

Why your team won't win the Super Bowl:



The Dolphins seem to be the critic’s choice. Everybody loves Nick Saban talking about how he is the next Bill Belichick—meaning that husbands in Miami should be suspicious if their wives suddenly develop an interest in Dolphins football. But people need to remember that Daunte Culpepper is on this team.

And Randy Moss is not.

Everybody is quick to point out that the Dolphins went 9-7 last season, but fail to recognize that five of those games were decided by four points or less. Meaning, they wasted a lot of good karma for a crappy season. And if that all wasn’t enough to persuade you, keep in mind that running back Ronnie Brown was the top pick in both THN fantasy football teams this year. Thank you and good night.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

The are going all the way!

Anonymous said...

Why the re-run?

Scoop Jackson said...

Pinocchio has just turned 16 years old and Geppetto thinks to himself: "My son is going to take an interest in girls, I had better explain to him about the birds and the bees."

So he spends time telling Pinocchio about girls and sex and making love and all that. Pinocchio listens intently and then goes off to experiment.

Some time later, Geppetto sees his son and asks, "How's it going with the girls?"

Pinocchio replies, "Great! I'm doing fine, except that all the girls are complaining about splinters."

"Oh dear," says his father, "all I can suggest is that you smooth things over first with some sandpaper."

Some time later, he sees his son and asks, "How's it going with the girls?"

"Who needs girls when you've got sandpaper!"

Dave Wanstedt said...

At least I knew how to throw the goddamn flag.

Lil Hater said...

Being outplayed at the QB position by Charlie Batch is probably a good indication your team isn't going far this year.

bucky said...

A whole lot of Vikings fans feel a lot better this morning about letting Daunte Culpepper get away.

ColdCuke said...

Ah...good old Daunte. I love that dumb look he gets when he starts f***in up. You know the look...eyes glazed over, jaw hanging open. What a useless sack of crap

WallStHustla said...

Culpepper looked good, coming off the injury. He actually took some hits, and seemed monile at times, releasing out of the pocket when he had too. I think his play will dispell some of the questions people had about him coming off of injury, but it's the same old situation with Daunte - he doesn't have enough talent around him at receiver. That is going to be Miami's undoing this year... their inability to execute a big play offense.

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