The 15-7-0 thinks Calvin Johnson is probably worth screaming about

October 28, 2013 | Glenn Clark

The 15-7-0 thinks Calvin Johnson is probably worth screaming about

Seven “not so positive” observations…

1. A year ago, the Terps were so decimated they had to play a linebacker at quarterback. This year they’re so decimated they had to play a quarterback at receiver. Someone should probably start having the team photographer get snaps at left tackle in preparation for next year.

You’re going to look at the downside of losing to Clemson-but I’m more the type that looks at the positive. For example, Albert Reid survived this hit!

Levern Jacobs is a reason to think Maryland might still get bowl eligible. There aren’t many more.

I did my best Saturday.

2. There’s going to be a Washington Bravehearts fan in your life that is going to tell you this week about how his team played the Broncos tough for three quarters. I want you to do me a favor. Nod approvingly and tell them “yeah, that’s true”. That way, when they say back “yeah, you saw that-right?”, it will be even more deflating when you cackle in their face…and maybe even spit on them.

Please let John Elway help teach you how to appropriately cackle.

Hey but at least the DC folks are reasonable and all. (NOTE: Language NSFW. Not even remotely safe for work. Not even if you work at the naughty language store.)

Important question-how many fantasy points does Matt Prater get for this?

3. Hey there, Philadelphia Eagles offense. The Obamacare website just called. They wanted to let you know they think you’re embarrassingly inept.

Matt Barkley isn’t even mad.

They also don’t have particularly kind things to say about the New York Giants’ punt unit.

4. No, it’s cool Missouri. I mean-a lot of teams have their BCS title hopes explode because they blew a 17 point fourth quarter lead and then they missed a 24 yard field goal in double overtime. It happens all the time, really.

This guy knows what I’m talking about.

Really, all of Columbia is in agreement.

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