Seven not-so-positive observations…
1. Mike Shanahan has either quit, is getting fired, wants to quit, will be fired, might quit, quit getting fired, was fired from quitting, thinks firings are for quitters, quits fires, lit a quitter on fire, fired up a group of quitters, joined a band called “Fire Quit”, starred in a one man play called “The Quitting of the Eternal Fire”, wrote a novel called “The Fire That Wouldn’t Quit: One Man’s Journey” or owns a horse called “Quittin’ That Fire” that will run in the Kentucky Derby. It’s been hard for me to keep up with all of the news stories.
Has one picture ever defined a single team’s football season more?
2. You have to feel really bad for Urban Meyer losing to Michigan State like that. And by “bad” I of course actually mean “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA” IN YOUR STUPID FACE, MEYER!” because we’re conference rivals now and I can already sense I don’t like this guy.
Here’s the saddest postgame photo of all time. Ever.
Like there was any chance they wouldn’t?
At least someone from OSU had a good time in Indy.
3. I have friends that are old enough to remember the last time Ben Roethlisberger won a significant football game. Hand to God. What’s that? No, the punchline for #3 was not supposed to be the part of the sentence that read “I have friends”. Har dee har, jerks.
Where were you on that last play, Mike Tomlin?
4. The Browns blew a double digit lead including giving up an onside kick and a questionable pass interference call in the endzone in the final two minutes to lose to the New England Patriots. In a related story, the city of Cleveland threw a ticker tape parade to celebrate “those few minutes when we weren’t quite as sh*tty at football as we usually are”.
FOX with the most accurate description of Tom Brady…ever?
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