The 15-7-0 has something like a .12 blood pecan pie level

November 12, 2012 | Glenn Clark

The 15-7-0 has something like a .12 blood pecan pie level

11. If the Bills end up leaving Buffalo, I assume the Patriots will campaign hard to keep them in the AFC East.

Seriously, what the hell is Stevan Ridley doing here?

Bill Belichick is absolutely reading to throw the first pitch at a minor league baseball game…

12. Towson finds itself awfully damn close to a return to the FCS playoffs.

They HANDLED Rhode Island Saturday at Unitas Stadium. Highlights to be enjoyed at your own leisure.

13. Chris Johnson put together a touchdown that can best be described as “lordy”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew-ndSf-VIQ

This Phins fan wasn’t thrilled with the outcome, but the rest of us were thrilled to see him…

14. The Texans won a miserable, unwatchable football game Sunday that might well have wrapped up home field advantage.

Michael Bush thought this play was going to be SO awesome…

Also…Jay Cutler was concussed. This was a trend on this day.

15. Number 15 is usually for leftovers, so congratulations to Johns Hopkins, Calvert Hall, Gilman and…I dunno…Lock Haven?

Lock Haven is a DII school that had lost 52 consecutive games going into Saturday. That’s over now.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFHW23rVz7A#!

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  1. charlie Says:

    hook ‘em!

  2. Al Says:

    That pie looks almost good enough to swipe out of someone else’s shopping cart ;-) How in the world do you allow to be blown out at home by the Titans? Like President W once said about the Dolphins…”fool me twice, shame on uhhh, you can’t get fooled again!”

    Al

    (Edit from Glenn: I regret giving your boys as much love as I did. Geez.)

  3. PghSteve Says:

    Item #15 – Thank goodness Lock Haven did not break the streak the week before against my Alma Mater, Slipper Rock University. The Rock beat LHU, 35-7.

    Item # 2 in the “Not So Elite”: You mean 49ers – Rams game, I assume.

    Nick Foles – let’s not forget that QB who came in for an injured Tommy Maddox in a game against the Ravens in September of 2004. I think the guy threw 2 interceptions in about 3 quarters in that game. Steelers fans were bemoaning the early end to their season. Turned out the Steelers did not lose another game until the (sigh) AFC Championship Game against the Patriots. Not sayin’ Foles is the next Big Ben, but still…

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