Found October 31, 2011 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Al DavisGlen RiceSarah Palin

Martinez in Escondido had an email waiting on us this morning. “RIP AL!” Man of few words. Of course the Dead Al Davis was coming for Halloween. You ‘too early’ jerkoffs need to realize that Al was pretty much dead since March ’09 so it’s all good. Bonus points, as you’ll see, for powder white Al figuring out how to attach some scabs.

Points deducted from Al Davis Costume Guys for not going out and getting the satin Raiders jacket. But all things considered, solid Halloween, fellas.

(One of these guys works for ESPN. Can you guess which one?)

Have a costume we need to see and publish? Were you Al Davis? Or Glen Rice/Sarah Palin? We want to see emails bombarding our inbox.

mail@bustedcoverage.com

 

 


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