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Another Season of Disappointment…

cowboys logo*Sigh*

They managed to do it again. They managed to disappoint me once again. These fools didn’t even make the playoffs. For as well as they played in the last game, they might as well have stayed at home.

Thanks for nothing Wade Phillips.

Not only did they lose to the Eagles, they lost like a buncha b*tches. Heart? Nah. Guts? Nah. Spines? Nah. Playoffs? Nah. Largest loss margin since 1989? YES.

Another season kicked off the cliff.


The Day in Sports…


1. The Detroit Lions fell to the New Orleans Saints 42-7…bringing their win total all the way to…zero. They are 0-15. Have not won a single game all season. I wouldn’t even show up for the final game. There’s no saving face. Maybe they should be disbanded. Their performance this season was beyond terrible.

2. On the flip side, the Boston Celtics smacked the New York Knicks for their 18th consecutive win. Who’s f*cking with them? Seriously. I looked at the schedule, the streak has the potential to continue into January. Of course they play the LA Lakers on Christmas Day but the way the Lakers play defense coupled with the fact that Kobe and ‘nem have trouble closing games…I’m not afraid.

3. The New England Patriots iced the Arizona Cardinals…literally. 47-7. I mean, I’ve heard of home field advantage and all but I think that it should be distinct from “road field DISadvantage”. The poor Cardinals didn’t know up from down in the game and it was pretty sad to watch. I mean, Kurt Warner is a Pro Bowl quarterback and he only threw for 30 yards or something like that.

It made me wonder if perhaps that should be taken into account when scheduling the games. For instance, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had never even SEEN snow. It’s completely unfair that he had to go and play in snow so late in the season. Can you really expect a team from Arizona to perform to the best of their abilities when playing in the snow? What happened to the level playing field?

We won’t even discuss the Dallas Cowboys’ weak performance last night…I’m still trying to recover.


Happy Thanksgiving…

I guess it’s a holiday and all. It’s a wonderful excuse to get together with family and eat until I can’t move so I’ll take it. I’ve already watched A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving twice…

I try to be thankful every day. Sometimes that tactic works…sometimes it doesn’t. Anyway, enjoy your holiday if you celebrate it. Just don’t take the smallpox blankets. I’ll be watching my Cowboys beat up on the Seahawks in an attempt to salvage the season.


Hey DeSean Jackson, You’re Infamous!

I just watched my Dallas Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Eagles. It was easily one of the most exciting football games I’ve watched in a long time. And by long time, I mean ever.

I hope you didn’t miss the game. But if you did, you missed DeSean Jackson make the dumbest move of life. One of the announcers called it “one of the all-time bonehead plays”. This young fella spiked the ball BEFORE he broke the plane of the endzone. No ball in the endzone=no touchdown. He made a spectacular reception but he started celebrating a second too soon and now he is infamous.

Expert advice from Terrell Owens: “You’ve got to score first.”

It doesn’t sound too hard but perhaps the young fella needs a lesson.


You Took It Too Far Chad

Football season is underway…GO COWBOYS!!!

Since I got the erroneous Cowboy cheerleading out of the way I can move on to the point of the post. 

I tend to enjoy cocky wide receivers. Randy Moss. Keyshawn Johnson. Terrell Owens (even though he disrespected the Dallas star, I love him). I think that they make the game exciting. Now the season has started and I am glad to see Chad “Ocho Cinco” Johnson is back to his old antics…but on a whole new level.

I supported Chad Johnson. Through the blond mohawk, the gold fronts, and all of his other antics but he took it too far with this one.

Apparently this fool changed his name to Chad Ocho Cinco…legally. Now, I’m all up for the occasional showboating and all but really? Maybe I could support it if it were grammatically correct. Does he know that Ocho Cinco does NOT mean Eighty-five? This is just pure, unadulterated foolishness. He changed his name and the NFL won’t even let him wear it on his jersey because “certain issues remain to be resolved”. Certain issues like what the hell is wrong with this guy!

I can’t support you on this one Ocho Cinco. You took it too far!

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