September 12, 2006
I Watched Lots of NFL This Week: Some Observations
The refs have new uniforms. The refs were horrible last year. I'm thinking the NFL changed the uniforms instead of firing the old refs and hiring new refs. When you change the package people think it might be new and improved, it works with things like laundry soaps, so why not give it a try with the refs.
Lots of new coaches. Lots of boring safe calls by them too.
I'm wondering if the team that gets the highest Jewish lobby support this year is going to be Arizona over the Giants or Miami. No, Rex Grossman of the Bears isn't a Jew.
If the Giants offense played a two minute drill all game, they would be unstoppable, but they still only use the 2 minute drill in the last minute of the game.
"Born again Christian" Kurt Warner may have made a second deal with the devil this year. Maybe he sold his wife's soul this time. Watch out for Arizona.
Can you name two players on the San Francisco 49ers?
Why did Favre come back? Why? Why?
I don't know what it is but I just don't like Drew Bledsoe's face.
Does Minny's Brad Johnson think he is living in the 50's. Check out his hair.
32 NFL teams and not one starting white running back. I can't believe this type of racism still goes on. It is 2006, for cripes sake. Surely there are white guys being overlooked for the job. Blacks make up only 10% of the American population, but they make up 100% of the starters at the running back position. We are all created equal. Aint we?
I'm starting to think that the only reason so many white guys play quarterback is possibly keep the odd KKK guy watching. It is some sort of conspiracy. That is why only one black QB has ever one the Super Bowl.
And what's up with the fact that no black coach has made it to the Super Bowl, let alone win one. This is another way that the NFL ensures high Super Bowl ratings. Racist America may not watch it if one or more black coaches were involved. And think of the all the cursing bad calls in bars, if the call in question was made by a black coach.
It is a fact that 45% of Americans believe in Young Earth Creation, but when broken down: 65% of high school dropouts in America believes in YEC, while only 25% of college grads believe in YEC. I'm pretty sure most of the players in the NFL fall into the last category. Yeah, like most of them REALLY graduated college alright...wink wink.