I've got some bad juju, folks. I just know it. I'm always on edge before the draft. I dunno what it is about the draft, but I'm certain that the league's conspiring against me. The coffee always tastes weird. The bedsheets in the hotel always have a corner flipped up.
So I had some bad luck this week - Mystery Machine broke down. Because it's a legacy Volkswagen model, and because all the goddamn Pacific Northwest hippies don't seem to wanna share their spare transmission parts, I had to get myself to Germany to get her all repaired. Fortunately for
I don't know, men. I just don't know. Sometimes your head goes to places where things just stop making sense after a while. You get so perplexed. You think there's something more... and you're so close to figuring it out... and yet it still... doesn't... work... anyways, enough about the
Talk about an explosive off-season! With all of the trades going on leading into the draft, it's been hard to keep track of things sometimes. While everyone's most notably fixated on the Rams right now, I have to say, I was more intrigued by Jason Pierre-Paul headed to Tampa Bay.
I had some East Coast business to attend to this past week; my staff were busy checking out some basketball players in the NIT for me... I'm hoping to sign some of them to contracts. To help our O-line, of course. All the same, while scouting was happening at Madison
Sean Payton invited me out for drinks the other night. Normally, I'd turn him down, but he mentioned to me that he had some ideas on what to do to revitalize my running game, so I said fuck it and headed to the Bayou to catch up. Somewhere along the
With free agency kicking off this week, seems like a lot of teams are hungry for winners - I've sent my staff criss-crossing the country to do some scouting research as we sort out our roster for the coming year, which is great because it frees up my time to
Spring is just around the corner! Seems like a fine time to dust off some of the camping gear and get prepped for when the nukes start raining down on us again. As a well-prepared conspiracy theorist, it's essential to have a bug-out bag packed at all times in order
I need to start looking for new team-building activities this off-season; as coach of the Seahawks, we've done a lot of paintball, capture the flag, man-tracking, and other survival games in recent years, but I'm thinking I need to up the difficulty level... we need to take to the open
Oh, men. MEN. I took a trip with Coach Ryan this past week; he seemed intent on going somewhere where he could walk barefoot without having to worry about stepping on anything, so we ended up in Egypt. And hot DAMN, did I ever find a strange one this past
Olympics, Olympics, Olympics. Looks like it's cold as shit in Korea right now. After months of cloud and fog and dampness in the Pacific Northwest, I'm not about to go gallivanting over to Asia right now to ask the Chinese what they know about 9/11. I need to warm up
Hi folks - I know a lot of you plan on watching the Super Bowl this weekend (well, perhaps maybe not a number of the denizens of this website) - I know it may sound sacrilegious to say this, especially as a highly regarded NFL coach, but instead of crunching