January 09, 2012

A Wild 'Wild Card' Weekend!

Sometimes, it feels so good to be wrong. Completely, and blissfully, wrong. Last week, I picked the Pittsburgh Steelers to beat the Denver Broncos. Actually, I didn’t pick them to just beat the Broncos as much as I picked them to smash their face in a car windshield and take their mother, Dorothy Mantooth, out to a nice seafood dinner and NEVER call her again. I stated, matter of factly, that the Broncos’ gimmick was up, that their offensive game plan had run the course of the Wildcat, that they had less than a 0% chance of winning, and that they would not score a single point in the game.

1 Comment:
  • I guess you were waaaaay off on that one. The only team i fear as a liflong BRONCOS fan are the NE. Patriots. Coach Bill B is a mastermind. and I dont think coach Fox can hang with him in the schemeing dept. Especially when NE has so much time to prepare. I still think DEN will win but thats the BRONCOS fan in me.

    On another note, DC Jack Del Rio must stay!! at any cost!! Our def hasn't been this solid in forever. We gotta keep him. GO BRONCOS!!!!
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