Parcells To Liquored Up Idiot : Get Lost

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Hands up, everyone who thought Terrell Owens’ tenure in Big D would outlast that of Mike Vanderjagt?

While I don’t know what the future holds for Peyton’s least favorite former teammate, I do hope he does a better job of paying his bandwidth bills than Billy Cundiff.

Braylon Edwards has apologized for flipping out on Charlie Frye during the Browns’ 30-0 loss to the Bengals yesterday. Those waiting for Colonel Coughlin to admit wrongdoing for publicly dogging his charges, however, had better not hold their breath.

Marvin Harrison’s been getting some grief on TV and radio today for his early exit just prior to intermission last night against the Iggles, and it’s all my fault.  If I was more reliable, Marvin wouldn’t have to send a last minute text reminding me to Tivo “The Wire” at 9pm.

Mike Shula hasn’t been out of the job in Tuscaloosa for more than a few hours, and already the Miami Herald is speculating that Dolphins coach Nick Saban will be amongst ‘Bama’s targets.

Texas defensive co-coordinator Gene Chizik was introduced as Iowa State’s new head coach earlier this evening. I don’t want to say the folks at Burnt Orange Nation are slightly overzealous, but they seem to have figured out the identity and exact location of Chizik’s likely successor.

4 responses to “Parcells To Liquored Up Idiot : Get Lost”

  1. David Roth says:

    It’s not quite as predictable as him talking to the media like they’re developmentally disabled children, but Parcells cutting a kicker is as much a part of football season as Woody Paige acting outraged about some bullshit. Not that Vandy wasn’t lame, but Parcells’ love for cutting kickers — effective or not, with just cause or not — is, as far as I can tell, matched only by his passionate love of fried food and melted cheese.

  2. Dmac says:

    I’m still amazed at the (almost) complete lack of crap that didn’t come Vandy’s way after that playoff kick in Indy hooked so far to the left it almost went out of the stadium via the upper exits. You knew it was out of bounds as soon as it left his foot – what was the distance, about 38 yards?

  3. Dmac says:

    Whoops, I meant to say it hooked wide right – I think.

  4. GC says:

    I’m hoping one of the networks signs him up to provide expert analysis for the Cowboys or Colts playoff games.

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