Monday, September 29, 2014

Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback ~ Week Four


Bye weeks are a blessing and a curse. A blessing because the team gets extra rest and will be ready for the next game. A curse because then I don't have my favorite team to watch. But that doesn't mean the rest of the teams weren't giving me fodder for the blog. Oh, they were. They were.

Here are the Honorable Mentions from last week: 

"bring a guy and put him right on top."
Snicker. Puppy pile!

"Stop everything up the middle and force it outside."
Well, that would keep from causing unwanted...stuff...

"Plenty o'sloppy."
Um...ew?

"Nice to have a weapon like him."
Ah yes, the one with the impaler for a dong. Nice.

Weren't those good? I thought so. Now for the Quotes of the Week!

"Tough second ball."
Is that like a hard nut to crack?

"Gaping holes opened up."
Ah, the professionals are here!

"Gets some initial penetration, but they hold him back."
Well, yes, because he tends to go overboard.

"Get underneath and get separation."
Um...divide and conquer?

"He has tight end abilities."
He does love playing with butts.

"He was huge."
Enough said.

And now for the Doozy of the Week...because I can!

"Just a monster."
The man? The dong? The situation? 
Details, please. And maybe pictures?

Thanks for reading the Quotes of the Week. I love bringing them to you. 


FACTOID: 

Until 1966, the goal posts were only ten feet above the cross bar. Think about it, that would make some of the chip shots a whole lot harder...or easier. Ten feet doesn't sound like a lot. 

Since you're reading this, I'll bring this up. There's a Bengals player whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer. A portion of his jersey sales are being donated to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital to help with cancer research. It's a great cause. I've ordered mine. Want to know more?

Thank you!

Andy Dalton, #14, Quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals
By Melissa Batson (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0
 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], 
via Wikimedia Commons

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