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2014-01-09 12:56:04 PM  
Go red and yellow!
 
2014-01-09 01:00:49 PM  
I give the over/under at 7 games (including pre-season) before the fans are calling for Gruden's head on a platter.

/nothing to do with Gruden's coaching ability; that's just how insufferable the Skins fans are
 
2014-01-09 01:11:10 PM  
They changed the name to Retards?
 
2014-01-09 01:17:40 PM  
media.zocle.com

I thought they just changed their logo
 
2014-01-09 01:43:01 PM  
With his past success, I have no doubt the Redskins will be primed to dominate the Arena Football League in no time.
 
2014-01-09 01:50:12 PM  

SurfaceTension: I give the over/under at 7 games (including pre-season) before the fans are calling for Gruden's head on a platter.

/nothing to do with Gruden's coaching ability; that's just how insufferable the Skins fans are


I'm willing to give him a shot, but it seems like they are hiring a quarterback coach for the head coach's job. I have no problem with Gruden being hired to handle/train RG3, but I'd like a head coach at the head coach position.

/Between Gruden and Williams for the Nats DC is in for an interesting set of seasons next year.
 
2014-01-09 01:53:57 PM  
Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.
 
2014-01-09 02:05:12 PM  
Be prepared for the deluge of "Gruden didn't speak to RGIII today, is this a controversy" and "RGIII passed by Gruden in the hallway and didn't shake his hand, they are obviously at war with each other".
 
2014-01-09 02:05:56 PM  
Just glad it's not Dan Quinn. Though they weren't really looking for a Def. guy.
 
2014-01-09 02:06:10 PM  

show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.


It could be a full Gruden family!  John, Jay, Cobb, Jingleheimer, Schmidt...
 
2014-01-09 02:06:38 PM  
Wasn't he the OC? How did he get a better job?
 
2014-01-09 02:07:50 PM  

thecpt: Wasn't he the OC? How did he get a better job?


Cincy's OC
 
2014-01-09 02:11:34 PM  
Hey he has a Super Bowl ring....
 
2014-01-09 02:12:16 PM  

ariseatex: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

It could be a full Gruden family!  John, Jay, Cobb, Jingleheimer, Schmidt...


nicely done.   though i bet it's lost on most of these youngsters.
 
2014-01-09 02:14:30 PM  
Poor Redskins fans cannot catch a farkin break.
 
2014-01-09 02:14:59 PM  

Shame Us: thecpt: Wasn't he the OC? How did he get a better job?

Cincy's OC


Exactly. Are people impressed by that?
 
2014-01-09 02:16:59 PM  

thecpt: Shame Us: thecpt: Wasn't he the OC? How did he get a better job?

Cincy's OC

Exactly. Are people impressed by that?


I think he gets a pass due to Dalton doing his level best to destroy whatever gameplan is given too him half the time. Apprently Gruden is well thought of though, yes.
 
2014-01-09 02:18:13 PM  
So after Gruden's career is ruined from coaching in Washington, Dallas will grab him next?
 
2014-01-09 02:21:46 PM  

show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.


That right there is the best fark comment in the entire commentary section.  You won't find a better comment in all the league.
 
2014-01-09 02:29:58 PM  

Blink: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

That right there is the best fark comment in the entire commentary section.  You won't find a better comment in all the league.


This guy gets it.
 
2014-01-09 02:38:11 PM  
This is going to end poorly.
 
2014-01-09 02:38:18 PM  

nmrsnr: SurfaceTension: I give the over/under at 7 games (including pre-season) before the fans are calling for Gruden's head on a platter.

/nothing to do with Gruden's coaching ability; that's just how insufferable the Skins fans are

I'm willing to give him a shot, but it seems like they are hiring a quarterback coach for the head coach's job. I have no problem with Gruden being hired to handle/train RG3, but I'd like a head coach at the head coach position.

/Between Gruden and Williams for the Nats DC is in for an interesting set of seasons next year.


Why? Hes had head coaching experience(albeit in minor league football) and was in complete control of his side of the ball in Cincy under a defensive coach. He did more than maximize Dalton's talent and help him to one of the best 3 year runs a QB has had to start a careee. Head coaches have to start somewhere. Joe Gibbs was hired after 3 years of being the OC under Don Coryell's Chargers(Meaning he wasnt in complete control) and no HC experience on any level.

Why hire a retread? Maybe a guy who had a HC gig and is still hungry for his first ring, but guys who have won elsewhere never have much success in their second go-around, including 2 of the teams last 3 hires.
 
2014-01-09 02:39:13 PM  

Blink: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

That right there is the best fark comment in the entire commentary section.  You won't find a better comment in all the league.


Best comment ever
 
2014-01-09 02:44:14 PM  
And here's to hoping the Lions can snag Whisenhunt from the Chargers
 
2014-01-09 02:49:34 PM  
Looks like Hue Jackson is clawing his way back up the coaching chain.  Hopefully he remains adamantium firm in his convictions, just like when he chose Carson Palmer as his QB.
 
2014-01-09 02:50:34 PM  
Since this is the Redskins, it can only end badly. My guess is that he has a full on player revolt after becoming too accomodating to RG3
 
2014-01-09 02:52:13 PM  

stir22: ariseatex: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

It could be a full Gruden family!  John, Jay, Cobb, Jingleheimer, Schmidt...

nicely done.   though i bet it's lost on most of these youngsters.


well, his name is my name too
 
2014-01-09 02:56:22 PM  
Bill Cowher's staying retired? What about Russ Grimm (although I'd be fine if the Ravens made him their O-line coach)?

// Denny Green?
 
2014-01-09 02:57:57 PM  
Snyder pull the trigger too soon since Whiz is still the in the playoffs?
 
2014-01-09 03:07:52 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Bill Cowher's staying retired? What about Russ Grimm (although I'd be fine if the Ravens made him their O-line coach)?

// Denny Green?


The press conference yesterday made it sound like Castillo would be staying on. Oy vey....
 
2014-01-09 03:12:05 PM  

lordjupiter: Blink: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

That right there is the best fark comment in the entire commentary section.  You won't find a better comment in all the league.

This guy gets it.


This + This = THIS
 
2014-01-09 03:14:03 PM  

neuroflare: Snyder pull the trigger too soon since Whiz is still the in the playoffs?


I'd be sure Whisenhunt told Snyder he's not interested.  I'd be sure anyone who has any other option told Snyder they're not interested.  And who knows, maybe the Pittsburgh job opens up after 2 more years of...that.
 
2014-01-09 03:14:59 PM  

INeedAName: Dr Dreidel: Bill Cowher's staying retired? What about Russ Grimm (although I'd be fine if the Ravens made him their O-line coach)?

// Denny Green?

The press conference yesterday made it sound like Castillo would be staying on. Oy vey....


The way I hear it, Castillo's only the problem inasmuch as Gradkowski sucks the sweat off a dead man's balls (though he was a rookie) and Oher either has a hearing problem or an impulse-control problem. At least Yanda's competent...
 
2014-01-09 03:40:17 PM  

Dr Dreidel: INeedAName: Dr Dreidel: Bill Cowher's staying retired? What about Russ Grimm (although I'd be fine if the Ravens made him their O-line coach)?

// Denny Green?

The press conference yesterday made it sound like Castillo would be staying on. Oy vey....

The way I hear it, Castillo's only the problem inasmuch as Gradkowski sucks the sweat off a dead man's balls (though he was a rookie) and Oher either has a hearing problem or an impulse-control problem. At least Yanda's competent...


I have two thoughts on that:

1) Andy Moeller (the old line coach) hasn't developed a single lineman the entire time he's been with the Ravens. The last guy the team developed that was any good (Yanda and Grubbs) were on the team in 2007. That's in too of his run ins with DUIs. I'm not sad he's not the OLC.

2) Gradkowski was an abomination. KO was hurt, his backup Shipley lost the center job to Gradkowski. McKinnie was a lazy F at LT. Oher regressed AND was never really developed.

The talent to be competent wasn't really there.

And Gradkowski, despite is play, was NOT a rookie. He was a second year player who sat behind Birk last year.
 
2014-01-09 03:43:36 PM  
I look forward to Gruden achieving a 40% win percentage, becoming scapegoated in favor of whichever star player has Dan Snyder's eye, and eventually being fired with nowhere near the coaching respect than he had yesterday.

/I'm amazed he left his cushy job to coach the Redskins.
//Actually, I'm just amazed anyone agrees to coach the Redskins.
 
2014-01-09 03:44:44 PM  
Well, Jay Gruden DID turn Andy Dalton into a household name each year in the playoffs.

In my household, it's like, "Goddamit Andy Dalton!!  What the fark are you doing?"
 
2014-01-09 03:44:49 PM  
Aaaannnnndddd that's what I get for not reading the article.

Everything still applies but the first slashy
 
2014-01-09 03:47:16 PM  

neuroflare: Snyder pull the trigger too soon since Whiz is still the in the playoffs?


A lot of talk about him going to the Lions.
 
2014-01-09 03:49:49 PM  
 London Fletcher        ✔ @LFletcher59
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Job was Gruden's to lose from the start, keeping some of staff saves Skins $, Allen always knew who he wanted!
9:45 AM - 9 Jan 2014
 
2014-01-09 03:50:43 PM  

Donnchadha: [media.zocle.com image 425x319]

I thought they just changed their logo


So apt, on so many levels.
 
2014-01-09 03:50:53 PM  
London Fletcher        ✔ @LFletcher59
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Why not wait to interview Greg Roman or Vic Fangio? SF offense is very tough to defend. Their Defense speaks for itself.
12:31 PM - 9 Jan 2014
 
2014-01-09 03:52:38 PM  

Deneb81: And Gradkowski, despite is play, was NOT a rookie. He was a second year player who sat behind Birk last year.


My mistake; he just looked like a rookie. Though TBF, filling Birk's shoes is no easy feat.

And no, Oher didn't "regress" this year. They moved him to RT because it's pretty clear he can't hack it as a full-time LT, and in the 5 years he's been in the league, he's amassed the most false-start penalties of any lineman. His not being a top-flight T was exposed this year by not having 4 other competent linemen (1, 1.5 in any given game).

We could do far worse than Deaf Side, but we could probably do better with a FA. And it wouldn't be cheap. And the Ravens need a #2 WR threat and some defense (one at each level should do it) before they think about replacing Oher.
 
2014-01-09 03:53:42 PM  

Waldo Pepper: 5 year contract only have to work 3 or 4 of those years


so so true.
 
2014-01-09 03:54:34 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-01-09 04:01:49 PM  

stir22: ariseatex: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

It could be a full Gruden family!  John, Jay, Cobb, Jingleheimer, Schmidt...

nicely done.   though i bet it's lost on most of these youngsters.


That's my name too! Well anyway, the "John" part.
 
2014-01-09 04:08:33 PM  
I was hoping for a defensive minded guy,but this doesn't seem like too bad of a hire. I assume it's a Bruce Allen move as Jay Gruden is in no way a splashy enough name for this to be something from The Danny.
 
2014-01-09 04:14:28 PM  

SlothB77: London Fletcher        ✔ @LFletcher59
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Job was Gruden's to lose from the start, keeping some of staff saves Skins $, Allen always knew who he wanted!
9:45 AM - 9 Jan 2014


SlothB77: London Fletcher        ✔ @LFletcher59
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Why not wait to interview Greg Roman or Vic Fangio? SF offense is very tough to defend. Their Defense speaks for itself.
12:31 PM - 9 Jan 2014


I guess someone told him about the Rooney Rule and he had to back track a little
 
2014-01-09 04:14:54 PM  

Blink: show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.

That right there is the best fark comment in the entire commentary section.  You won't find a better comment in all the league.


I work twenty-six hours a day to come up with comments like this.  Have you seen me scowl yet?  34 Rambo Double Veer Cross.  You know I'm one of the greatest offensive minds the league has ever seen, right?  My track record speaks for itself.  I was the brain behind the famous...  well, look, do you know how many hours I put in?
 
2014-01-09 04:18:50 PM  

timswar: I look forward to Gruden achieving a 40% win percentage, becoming scapegoated in favor of whichever star player has Dan Snyder's eye, and eventually being fired with nowhere near the coaching respect than he had yesterday.

/I'm amazed he left his cushy job to coach the Redskins.
//Actually, I'm just amazed anyone agrees to coach the Redskins.


There's only 32 of these jobs on the planet.  And.... Pretty sure the money has something to do with it.
 
2014-01-09 04:38:04 PM  
Waldo Pepper:
I feel folks here give Coaches way too much credit. Most of these guys are the alpha male type who feel they can control any situation.  Besides with the money Snyder would offer a big name coach, one would be a fool not to take the money. 5 year contract only have to work 3 or 4 of those years and get paid another 5+million not to work. not a bad deal.

One could argue that any control-freak alpha male with a brain would know he'd have to leave his alpha balls at the door when he showed up to Camp Snyder.
In any event, Whisenhunt doesn't have the job.  No one of any consequence at all has the job, but you know who does?  "Jon's brother" Jay f'ing Gruden does.  That's pretty telling if you ask me.
This is the guy who just watched his team lose a playoff game because he can't teach a quarterback about making good decisions and planting and stepping into throws.
/RIP Redskins fans.  I do hope I'm wrong.
 
2014-01-09 04:42:14 PM  
As I said to the AFL friends I have congratulating Jay on getting the job, I'd have to offer condolences, because working for the Redskins under Snyder basically kills your coaching career.
 
2014-01-09 05:31:54 PM  

IAmRight: As I said to the AFL friends I have congratulating Jay on getting the job, I'd have to offer condolences, because working for the Redskins under Snyder basically kills your coaching career.


Who needs a career when Snyder pays you $7M to sit on your ass?
 
2014-01-09 05:37:01 PM  

show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.


at first i didn't care for him announcing.  he seemed to genuinely dislike mike terico (sp?) and always pandered to 'jaws' cause he was a quarterback.

i have grown to like him over the years though.  his football knowledge is certainly up to snuff and he's developed his own style and cadence.  while nothing as great as a madden "boom!"  - but he's cornered the market on saying "impressive"

however (& i realize gay jokes are super easy in sports i.e. anything with balls)  but he called a game the other day & dropped the following (and paused dramatically, perhaps realizing too late?) when referencing a dominant offensive line: "the O line IS LICKING THE MAN IN FRONT OF THEM"

lulz
 
2014-01-09 06:00:39 PM  

IAmRight: As I said to the AFL friends I have congratulating Jay on getting the job, I'd have to offer condolences, because working for the Redskins under Snyder basically kills your coaching career.


Just out of curoiusity....has any Snyder-era gone on the be a head coach elsewhere? And did they have any success at doing it?
 
2014-01-09 06:11:17 PM  
Hue is taking over for him, which is no surprise, as Mike Brown can keep him for cheap instead of interviewing and potentially paying someone else lots more.

For the Bengals, it's all about Mike Brown's wallet. If he can save a buck by hiring his family and extended family to do the job, as well as just promote lesser coaches into more prominent positions, then so be it.

As for Gruden, he is Josh McDaniels 2.0. Were there no relation to John Gruden, his Super Bowl winning brother, he might not have gotten the job, to be honest. But, considering this is Chainsaw Dan, the man who only hires names (mostly once former players past their prime that are accepting his gratuitous contract as their retirement fund), and has no idea what it actually takes to win, it's only normal for him to go after Jay when John wasn't available.

I honestly wonder how many times Snyder is gonna ask Jay Gruden about his brother John Gruden. Snyder strikes me as the type to serenade Jay just to get closer to John.
 
2014-01-09 06:26:19 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: Waldo Pepper:
I feel folks here give Coaches way too much credit. Most of these guys are the alpha male type who feel they can control any situation.  Besides with the money Snyder would offer a big name coach, one would be a fool not to take the money. 5 year contract only have to work 3 or 4 of those years and get paid another 5+million not to work. not a bad deal.

One could argue that any control-freak alpha male with a brain would know he'd have to leave his alpha balls at the door when he showed up to Camp Snyder.
In any event, Whisenhunt doesn't have the job.  No one of any consequence at all has the job, but you know who does?  "Jon's brother" Jay f'ing Gruden does.  That's pretty telling if you ask me.
This is the guy who just watched his team lose a playoff game because he can't teach a quarterback about making good decisions and planting and stepping into throws.
/RIP Redskins fans.  I do hope I'm wrong.


So Tony Romo is just being Tony Romo when he throws a season ending INT but when Dalton melts down under pressure its all because of poor coaching?

Im amazed anyone gets hired in the NFL at this point because they are all so goddamn flawed according to the millions of armchair coaches that can see their every mistake

/imagines the modern internet tearing the dysfunctional NE Patriots apart for hiring that retread loser coach from The Browns.

//Or that unoriginal OC who got his play calling duties stripped from him by Jim Fassel getting hired to run the bottom feeder Saints
 
2014-01-09 06:45:29 PM  

Waldo Pepper: xaks: IAmRight: As I said to the AFL friends I have congratulating Jay on getting the job, I'd have to offer condolences, because working for the Redskins under Snyder basically kills your coaching career.

Just out of curoiusity....has any Snyder-era gone on the be a head coach elsewhere? And did they have any success at doing it?


Marty Schottenheimer went on to coach the San Diego Chargers for 5 years
The Ball Coach went back to college ranks
Norv Turner went to the Raiders and to the Chargers

Zorn and Terry were never meant to be head coaches and Gibbs went back to racing


I guess it's a stepping stone to San Diego.

EvilMonkeyBoy: So Tony Romo is just being Tony Romo when he throws a season ending INT but when Dalton melts down under pressure its all because of poor coaching?


Well, Jason Garrett sucks, too. Pretty sure everyone has pointed that out.
 
2014-01-09 07:09:06 PM  

IAmRight: Waldo Pepper: xaks: IAmRight: As I said to the AFL friends I have congratulating Jay on getting the job, I'd have to offer condolences, because working for the Redskins under Snyder basically kills your coaching career.

Just out of curoiusity....has any Snyder-era gone on the be a head coach elsewhere? And did they have any success at doing it?


Marty Schottenheimer went on to coach the San Diego Chargers for 5 years
The Ball Coach went back to college ranks
Norv Turner went to the Raiders and to the Chargers

Zorn and Terry were never meant to be head coaches and Gibbs went back to racing

I guess it's a stepping stone to San Diego.

EvilMonkeyBoy: So Tony Romo is just being Tony Romo when he throws a season ending INT but when Dalton melts down under pressure its all because of poor coaching?

Well, Jason Garrett sucks, too. Pretty sure everyone has pointed that out.


Agrees, but i dont see Jason Garrett or Wade Phillips before him, or poor coaching in general being trotted out as the reason Tony Romo has folded in big games.

If this guy wants to believe Jay Gruden wasnt a coach any organization in need would ever consider to run the show, and that he failed to maximize his QB that most consider to be fairly limited in physical talent then that is his right.

But he's pretty goddamn wrong.
 
2014-01-09 08:09:32 PM  

EvilMonkeyBoy: If this guy wants to believe Jay Gruden wasnt a coach any organization in need would ever consider to run the show


True enough. Jay's a good guy and great coach, by all accounts I've ever heard.
 
2014-01-09 08:41:31 PM  
Im just becoming extremely confused as to what is actually, if ever, considered to be a good NFL hire.

Hell, if this was Jon Gruden being hired from the Ray Rhodes Eagles fans would have even more reason to shiat all over the move. Jay's 3 years running an offense were much more productive than anything Chucky did in Philly.
 
2014-01-09 08:52:28 PM  

EvilMonkeyBoy: Im just becoming extremely confused as to what is actually, if ever, considered to be a good NFL hire.

Hell, if this was Jon Gruden being hired from the Ray Rhodes Eagles fans would have even more reason to shiat all over the move. Jay's 3 years running an offense were much more productive than anything Chucky did in Philly.


It's less about the quality of the hire, and more about whether or not anyone can actually be successful in DC. Which is highly unlikely under current ownership.
 
2014-01-09 09:09:16 PM  

INeedAName: EvilMonkeyBoy: Im just becoming extremely confused as to what is actually, if ever, considered to be a good NFL hire.

Hell, if this was Jon Gruden being hired from the Ray Rhodes Eagles fans would have even more reason to shiat all over the move. Jay's 3 years running an offense were much more productive than anything Chucky did in Philly.

It's less about the quality of the hire, and more about whether or not anyone can actually be successful in DC. Which is highly unlikely under current ownership.


Not to the guy I was responding to, and a bunch of other Armchair GMs out there.

Mike Shanahan failed because hes a terrible GM who meddles on defense when he has no talent at managing that side of the ball, not because of the owner inviting the QB to a gala once and charging fans too much.

Every owner is bad until they hire a winner. Paul Allen, Tom Benson, etc. Even the Bidwells eventually spent cash and hired a winner.
 
2014-01-09 09:10:00 PM  
I think this is great!

I wholeheartedly approve of this - and am looking forward to the results

/Eagles fan
 
2014-01-09 09:23:09 PM  
Well submitter.  There's been 3 recent nationwide polls regarding the Redskins' name.  On average, 76% said it either wasn't offensive, or didn't care.  Not sure if you're trolling or if you think the 1 Indian in South Dakota and the hipster down at the Starbucks with white guilt actually reads this site, but I'm sure you've hit your target demographic on the bullseye.  In other news, the rest of us can think of about 6,734 things more important in our daily lives than what a sports team with an ego owner and his lackey QB in a sophomore slump call themselves.

/although Jay Gruden might actually be a decent hire, so there's that.
 
2014-01-09 09:23:54 PM  
EvilMonkeyBoy:

So Tony Romo is just being Tony Romo when he throws a season ending INT but when Dalton melts down under pressure its all because of poor coaching?

Im amazed anyone gets hired in the NFL at this point because they are all so goddamn flawed according to the millions of armchair coaches that can see their every mistake

/imagines the modern internet tearing the dysfunctional NE Patriots apart for hiring that retread loser coach from The Browns.

//Or that unoriginal OC who got his play calling duties stripped from him by Jim Fassel getting hired to run the bottom feeder Saints


Absolutely...all those times I've been badmouthin Tony Romo...I'm so ashamed.  Thanks for pointing out something that I've never done... and believe me, it's fun and easy to get under the skin of sports fans from Texas.
/if you'd said Josh Hamilton you might have gotten somewhere.
//you also need a Belichick history lesson
 
2014-01-09 09:51:17 PM  

Fade2black: In other news, the rest of us can think of about 6,734 things more important in our daily lives than what a sports team with an ego owner and his lackey QB in a sophomore slump call themselves.


Indeed, simply because other things are more important, we shouldn't fix the things that would be easy to fix.

Also, wouldn't it just be really, really fun to force Snyder to change the name of a team he only bought because he loved it so, so much and wanted to jerk his ego off? You'd simultaneously be sh*tting on his childhood AND telling him that he can't do something.

I feel like that second argument isn't brought up NEARLY enough in the pro-name-change argument.
 
2014-01-09 10:48:21 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: EvilMonkeyBoy:

So Tony Romo is just being Tony Romo when he throws a season ending INT but when Dalton melts down under pressure its all because of poor coaching?

Im amazed anyone gets hired in the NFL at this point because they are all so goddamn flawed according to the millions of armchair coaches that can see their every mistake

/imagines the modern internet tearing the dysfunctional NE Patriots apart for hiring that retread loser coach from The Browns.

//Or that unoriginal OC who got his play calling duties stripped from him by Jim Fassel getting hired to run the bottom feeder Saints

Absolutely...all those times I've been badmouthin Tony Romo...I'm so ashamed.  Thanks for pointing out something that I've never done... and believe me, it's fun and easy to get under the skin of sports fans from Texas.
/if you'd said Josh Hamilton you might have gotten somewhere.
//you also need a Belichick history lesson


Im talking about a general consensus from the super intelligent NFL fanbase and I don't give a shiat about what you personally say about Romo.

No, i really don't need a history lesson. I've always understood Belichick is a great coach, your average fan who looks at record and the fact that he was fired once, not so much.

There wasnt much patience left for him up north when Bledsoe was fortunate enough to shear a blood vessel from your generic fan, either.
 
2014-01-10 12:48:36 AM  

show me: Damn, I was hoping it was John Gruden. I would so love it if he were no longer on TV.


That guy, hes a real commentator for the national football league. lemme tell you, mike...
 
2014-01-10 07:41:00 AM  
Well, this is good news... for Dallas, New York and Philadelphia.
 
2014-01-10 01:17:19 PM  

MmmmBacon: Well, this is good news... for Dallas, New York and Philadelphia.


Yeah they're doing so well
 
2014-01-10 03:12:38 PM  
He should be able to find better food in DC than that meat soup crap they call chili in Cincinnati.
 
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