Found October 30, 2011 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
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This afternoon’s action is highlighted by the Patriots’ visit to Pittsburgh, where Rob “The Polish Pole” Gronkowski’s performance will determine whether spending one’s bye week with a 20-year-old porn star helps or hurts on-field performance. Disregard any other reasonable factor: Aaron Hernandez returning to the lineup, a week off to rest, whatever. If Gronkowski goes for a 100 yards and two TDs, bloggers and fans will be all “DURRR NAILING A YOUNG PORN STAR HELPS YOU PLAY FOOTBALL.” If he turns in a subpar performance, Dan Shaughnessy & Co. only have to dust off the ol’ “Pro athlete should focus on sports, not women” column and use CTRL+F to replace “Tom Brady” with “Rob Gronkowski.” This is why most sports writing is terrible. Here’s the full slate of late games with announcing teams (coverage maps here): New England @ Pittsburgh (Jim Nantz, Phil Simms) ★★★★ Cleveland @ San Francisco (Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts) ★ Cincinnati @ Seattle — (Bill Macatee, Steve Taske
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