Four things you can count on: Death, taxes, the 15-7-0 and Jay Cutler getting hurt

October 21, 2013 | Glenn Clark

Four things you can count on: Death, taxes, the 15-7-0 and Jay Cutler getting hurt

11. Please allow me to offer a PSA to our friends in Wisconsin. What Packers back Eddie Lacy is doing is called “running”. It’s an exercise that has been around for thousands of years that may at some point come to your state too.

Also, your shoulders aren’t supposed to look like this.

Brandon Weeden did a thing.

And then people got their jokes.

12. The San Francisco 49ers were outstanding in all phases of football Sunday in their win over the Titans. This is an awfully boring description of a football game for the 15-7-0. Perhaps it’s time for me to get a bye week or something.

Wait. Chris Johnson ran for a 76 yard TD? I’m so glad I traded him away!

From the “also more interesting than the Niners” file, Nate Washington.

13. Washington State QB Connor Halliday attempted 89 passes against Oregon Saturday night. I think it was equal to the number of times the Ducks ran the ball for 20 yards or more in the same game.

Toni Pole scored a fat guy touchdown for Wazzu in the loss. It was glorious.

Elsewhere in the Pac-12, Kodi Whitfield. KODI WHITFIELD!

14. The Cowboys beat the Eagles Sunday for a win that was very good even if it came in a game that involved like 40 or 80 fewer points scored than we expected.

The game was boring. There isn’t a single GIF of value on the internet. There IS however Marcus Vick on Twitter.

15. Central Florida now has wins over Louisville and Penn State this season. That should sound impressive, but since they’re obviously dodging Perry Hall on the schedule I’m not buying in.

UCF picked up one of their biggest wins in school history despite Charlie Pryor…

They still couldn’t beat the Gators.

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  1. unitastoberry Says:

    Jay Cutler is the current version of Jeff George. What a puss.

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