RE: A Picture Is Worth a 1000 Words…

September 24, 2007

I’m guessing that picture was taken after MB3 made two other guys miss – badly – and then ran over this slacker on his way to the end zone. My wife’s comment after this Barber TD run? “Maybe number 20 was still woozy from that block Sam Herd put on him earlier in the game.”

One of the many, many reasons I love my wife.


A Picture Is Worth a 1000 Words….

September 24, 2007

This pic pretty much sums up the total ass-kicking the Cowboys laid on the pitiful Bears last night. I thought the Bears prided themselves on being physical…..

Taste my pain, BITCH!!!

My Old Boss…

September 24, 2007

Dear Scott,

You were a great boss for those two years I worked in Kansas City, but I have to take you to task. Let me set the scene. We’re sitting in a cool little coastal bar in Gulf Shores, Alabama back in June when you decided to spout off some hot sports opinions. You looked me straight in the eye and said,”Write this down: Tony Romo will be exposed for the fraud that he is this year.”

Well, three weeks into the year, the Cowboys are 3-0 and just completely decimated the best defense the NFL has to offer in a 34-10 victory over the Chicago Bears. Just in case you weren’t watching, Romo went 22-35 for 329 yards and two touchdowns against the Bears defense that abused your Chiefs like a KC native abuses meth.

So far this year, the Cowboys have scored 45, 37 and 34 points. Here are Romo’s numbers: 62.5 % completions, 860 yards, 8 tds and only 2 ints. His quarterback rating against the Bears was 100.8 and that LOWERED his rating for the year. He was at 119.3 going into the game.

So what’s the point of this post? Simply to say that you’re an idiot, Scott. I can’t really blame it on you though, because being in the midwest that long will start to make anyone a little dingy. Plus, you’re an Atlanta native where the dog fights are more competitive than the football games.




I think when you were making your preditions, you meant to say Matthew Stafford instead of Tony Romo. Stafford is a homo.

Coolest Video Ever?

September 21, 2007

I think so. I can’t imagine how frustrating it must be to try to hit that stupid ball. Enjoy…

Sick Whiffle Ball Pitcher.

Texas A&M Football = Most Frustrating Team EVER?

September 21, 2007

My dad was in the corps at A&M and graduated in the class of ’72. He’s a VERY proud Aggie alum, so I was raised on watching the boys in maroon and white every Saturday. We lived and died by how they played. We loved the Wrecking Crew, I can still remember the hit that Quentin Coryatt put on the wide receiver from TCU back in the day. But, my youthful exuberance is slowly starting to die.

Is it because I’m getting older, found a new team to cheer for, or because I just don’t like college football anymore? Negative, Ghostrider. It’s because I’m sick and tired of hearing what a great coach Dennis Franchione is, then watching his team get their butts handed to them by a marginally good team.

Case in point was the embarassment on national television last night. the Thursday night ESPN game featured a down and out Miami team struggling to rebuild facing off with the #20 team in the country. Sounds like a pretty one-sided game, right? Well, it was. The Ags looked T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E.

The A&M offense is just that right now, offensive. It’s painful to watch their ground game struggle to pick up 2 yards per carry, and I’m not even going to go into the fact that running back sensation Javorski Lane didn’t have a touch on the ball until 8 minutes into the third quarter. Their top running back (in my opinion) finished the game with 2 carried for 2 yards. Wow, now that’s great coaching.

It’s time for Fran to move onto another school that he can fool into thinking he’s a “great recruiter” and leave the Ags alone. We’ve been through enough heartache and tribulation over the past few years to last true Aggie fans a lifetime. Don’t get me wrong, I still have marron blood coursing through my viens, but right now it’s boiling – and not because I’m cheering for a great team.

I would love to say that I’m boycotting the rest of the Aggie season, but I know the next time they’re on television, I’ll be clutching my stuffed replica of Reveille, shouting out the Aggie fight song and praying that Stephen McGee can somehow draw up his own plays and lead the boys in maroon and white to a victory… despite their woefully inept coaching staff. Here’s to hoping…

Spygate put to music

September 19, 2007

Special thanks to Gordon Keith who tipped us all off to this little gem on The Ticket this morning. It’s a musical ode to Bill Belichek and Tom Brady, the proprietors of professional sports’ latest controversy: Spygate.

I love it mostly because it sheds light on what a fraud the Patriots are, even though in today’s world of the “last 5-minute” sports fan, people will tell you they’re the greatest team ever. The ’90s Cowboys would have kicked these pansies’ asses up and down the field, with or without them stealing signals.

The Slump Buster…

September 19, 2007

Mark Grace long ago talked about life as a Major League baseball player and what would happen if a hitter fell into a slump. They would find the ugliest, heaviest woman at a bar and enter into a night of promescuity with said “lady”.

Well, I find an interesting correlation with the recent signing of Tank Johnson. I believe he has become the Cowboys “Slump Buster”. He’s ugly…fat… the Cows don’t care where or who he’s been with…and now Jerry is hoping Tank can help end their O for the decade slump in playoff wins.

I do believe, as do Steve and Josh, that this is a good deal for the ‘Boys. Let’s just hope he doesn’t become an STD (Sizable Tank Disaster) to Dallas by waving around an AK-47 at Victory Park.