The star of episode four!
You’d think by now we’d nail down a standard format for our Hard Knocks recaps. We’ll you’d be wrong! Today you are getting UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS (!!!!) into the lives of our writers. Here was the conversation Joseph and I had while we watched the fourth episode.
Note: I would recommend watching the episode before reading this. Continue reading
“Read the fucking list!”
It seems like many athletes are getting arrested these days. While common sense supposedly accounts for avoiding such behavior, some of these guys just can’t catch a break from the law.
Some of them are a bit more valuable to their team than others, so it’s somewhat understandable that Jerry Jones would be pissed at Dez Bryant for his superfluous off-field dramatics. And while Dez might have the luxury of a security team ratting out each juicy transgression to Jerry and keeping him in line, others don’t have the kind of hands-on care normally reserved for small children.
I’ve proposed a list of guidelines which football players, basketball players, and generally all sentient beings that have pulses should adhere to. Without further ado, what it takes to not be shitty: Continue reading
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The most interesting star left on the show? Uh oh…
At this point, you have to think HBO is kicking themselves. Instead of going with the Dolphins, they could have tried to shadow the Seattle Seahawks during training camp. Not only do they also have a quarterback controversy, but they haven’t cut their egotistical big name washed up wide receivers yet! Plus, Pete Carroll seems delightfully insane. Anyway, let’s ignore the hypotheticals and take a look at episode three. Continue reading
Subway wouldn’t make a BBQ Chicken bust of a back-up, I’ll tell you that much
Remember on the second day of the 2012 NFL draft when the ‘Skins drafted Kirk Cousins, and analysts on every network collectively lost their shit? I was on record saying I didn’t care for the pick because of other team needs, but some others took it a bit farther than that. Continue reading