Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Don't blame this loss on Matt. When one of only two guys that can catch a perfectly thrown ball gets injured on the second series, you are not going to have a good afternoon. The Seahawk receivers must have mistaken axle grease for Lester Hayes' bootleg bottle of Stickum.
The other problem is that Cutler had way too much time in the backfield to complete passes to people that actually can catch a ball. US Postal regulations state that anyone who spends that much time in any one place must fill out a change of address card so the mail can still find its way. Seriously, where was the pass rush? Freelance photographers would have had an easier time getting in the bridal party at Brad and Jennifer's wedding than the Seahack defensive line had getting in Cutler's face.
Thus concludes the shortest career in sports writing history. Tune in next time where we discuss deflation, while poking fun at Ivy League educated idiots trying to spend what is left of our wealth to convince us that we don't need to produce anything to live happily ever after.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
This goes in the catagory of how the IER is a good fade when predictions come along, and since I have been Seahack fan since the Jim Zorn days (also a Raider fan for sanity purposes and a 49er fan by marriage), I thought the Hacks were going to get drilled on Saturday.
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Additionally, you know the NFL will not sit well with a losing team in the SuperBowl. They will need to dredge up the officials from SuperBowl XL
First things first...Da Bearrrrrzzz. Let's hope the defensive coverage is a little tighter than it was on Saturday. I have a recovering broken arm and I could have hit most of those receivers, since neither team was covering any closer than 10 yards.