Found October 02, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Dear Jason: The best thing about the Ryder Cup is it finishes on an NFL Sunday. I just blew a 30-point, fourth-quarter lead and all you'll write about is Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. Life is good, Davis Love The Turd Your NFL Truths for Week 4: 10: Al Michaels nonchalantly stated on "Sunday Night Football" that Tom Coughlin will someday be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Why? Geography is the lone justification. If Coughlin had spent his entire NFL career outside of New York, rather than make small talk about his future in Canton, Ohio, Michaels might have forced Cris Collinsworth to discuss Coughlin's horrendous late-game coaching Sunday night against the Eagles. Why in the hell did Coughlin settle for a 54-yard field goal on third down with 15 seconds on the clock with arguably the best fourth-quarter QB in football? You can't trust Eli Manning to avoid a sack, make a sideline throw or toss the ball incomplete in that situation? And wi...
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