Jared Goff is liquid shit. The Baby Buster moniker is now unfair to Mr. Bluth.
But the hidden villain here is Andy Reid. How in the name of Sweet Jeebus Tittyfuck did he not beat those dickass P*ts? They have NOTHING. You had the NFL's most valuable player, and somehow didn't
Fuck it, I hate everything and since RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRAM IT!! lucked out, there will be no Narrative Owl. So I guess I have to watch in two weeks, but BLECH.
Thanks to BLEERGH, Greg the Leg, and a pretty great defensive gameplan - Los Angeles will represent the NFC in the Superb
For your non-reading, non-pleasure - while you no doubt enjoy the Huddersfield/City and Spurs/Mighty Whitey double bill on NBCSN:
Son of Spam
NFC: Rams over the Saints because I'm an unabashed homer (mmmm...beer...) and the Gumbo offense has been kinda mediocre for a while. Let's say 106-20.
AFC: Chiefs beat the Evil Empire by 10,
After a season chock-full of entropy, the Divisional Round returned us to normalcy. #1 v. #2, both AFC and NFC.
By the time one had made Q1's K-Cup of coffee...the early match was pretty much in the barn. Clippers du Merde were playing their second consecutive "10 am body clock" game,
No doubt all are as geeked as I am for the big Hippo/yeah right Derby (9:15, NBCSN), followed by Spurs hosting United (11:30, NBCSN). But let's acknowledge the obvious, as NFL Divisional play takes the spotlight.
Kansas City came out for the snow day fun, and they weren't
HAIL GAMBLOR! European footy is mostly all back this weekend.
Arsenal ride into West Ham to start festivities (7:30, NBCSN). The Gooners are feeling the hot breath of Man U(re) for 5th position, while the Hammers have worked their way up to the top half (10th). Could be fairly interesting.
Jesus Christ, y'all. How do Bearistocrats! fans go on after that??
Yes, there was an early game, too. John Harbaugh was too stubborn to go to Mr. Elite, or to change up his gameplan until waaaayyyyy too late. In schoolyard ball time, Lamar! did lead his Ratbirds to 2 TDs. But
Did y'all somewhat enjoy the "action" yesterday? Buckle up, they's MOAR comin' - like a 70s key party.
We started with an imaginarium hosting yet another Saturday afternoon fixture, defying all conventional notions of physics. Chalk this win up to an amazing game plan on both sides of the Humps'
I am in no way, shape, or form going to try to lay out the structure or matchups involved in the English FA Cup. I know Everton's home tie with Lincoln City is on ESPN+ at 10:00. Surely, I will watch it and bitch heartily.
No, we will collect the hivemind
Everton hosting Leicester right now (NBCSN), with my Toffees needing all three points, and needing them badly. I think we shall get them, but then again I am a moron.
Next up is Arsenal hosting Mighty Whitey (10:00, NBCSN). Litre's boys have been a little more alive of late, but this
So much not-that-bad-if-they-try action!
Virginia Tech (+5.5) v. JV Cincinnati, Military Industrial Complex Bowl (Annapolis, MD - Noon, ESPN)
I moneyline bet the Castrated Turkeys, as this is a de facto home contest, and they are fairly well-coached. This will be at the half when this posts, so y'all may already be
Again, Fuck Your Joy.
It was a fairly entertaining late window. Balmer was dumb enough to leave the door open for the Shield to put the asshat Yinzers into the playoffs, and that's almost exactly what happened. Not to take away from Baker Mayfield playing his ass off, completing the best rookie