Okay, guys. The Super Bowl is in 5 days. It’s time to talk about the game, man. No more energy wasted on this stupid scandal about footballs and air pressure and evil empires. It’s about Seattle and New England, man. Wilson and Brady. Belichick and Carroll. (Nevermind, scratch that “no evil” thing.)
“Good. Good. The Force is strong with you. A powerful Sith you will become.”
Let’s try to look at the actual upcoming game without worrying about all that nonsense that has dominated the airwaves since two Sundays ago. Continue reading
Sorry for the lack of activity. I was waiting for someone to say something stupid.
“This isn’t ISIS” (source: business insider)
Thanks, Tom! Continue reading
I won’t say an insensitive joke about why he’s getting stronger, but I’ll let you imagine one yourself.
Let’s play the descriptive adjective game, where we take a person or thing and use adjectives to describe it.
Our first (and only; come on, this is just a lame excuse for an intro) word is Josh McNary.
Josh McNary is a backup linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts.
Josh McNary is a man few NFL fans knew a day ago.
Josh McNary is an alleged sexual assaulter.
Most importantly, Josh McNary is Roger Goodell’s late Christmas present.
“For me? You shouldn’t have!” (Source: slate.com)
I was fortunate enough to get an interview with Dallas quarterback Tony Romo the day after his team’s heartbreaking loss to the Packers. In a raw, emotional, and Honest Interview, Tony tells me exactly how he feels.
Nate Raby: All right, the mic’s on. Tony Romo, I really appreciate you sitting down with me.
Tony Romo: Aren’t you the blog that makes fun of me all the time?
Raby: No, I think you’re thinking of “literally every other blog in the universe.” Anyway, let’s get started. Continue reading
Hey, you there with the Stafford jersey and the tin-foil hat on. Come here, I have something to tell you.
Closer. I have to speak in whispers because this is top secret.
We’ve heard you screaming about conspiracies in the NFL. About how the refs rigged the game so that the Cowboys would beat the Lions, about how Jerry Jones paid money to the NFL and to Chris Christie for their support. About how the NFL VP of Officiating was seen partying on the Cowboys party bus in an article that has gotten five times the traffic now than it did when it was originally published 5 months ago. And I know all of your friends have called you crazy, and people have presented logical information against it, and your wife is going to leave you because you’ve done nothing but curse Roger Goodell and sit on the couch for 18 hours.
But I’ve got some information that might brighten your day.
You’re right. There is an NFL conspiracy. Continue reading