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gtexan02
09-14-2010, 11:33 AM
Funny article on ESPN:

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=easterbrook/100914_tuesday_morning_quarterback&sportCat=nfl

As a new season opens, all seems in order in the NFL. The Steelers won at home; the Lions lost on the road. The Saints look seriously great; the 49ers look seriously overrated. Tony Romo looks confused. Preposterous Punts are everywhere, while spectators are nowhere for games in Florida. New England is making the scoreboard spin. Cleveland has quarterback problems. The Giants played ugly but won, and Michael Vick is even dancing through tacklers again. Yes, all is as it should be in the NFL.

What's that -- the Texans defeated the Colts? Can this be? Grab the tuna cans and shotgun shells and head for the hills! The end of days approaches!

The Book of Revelation predicts that a beast with seven heads and 10 horns, four horsemen on colored horses and a Houston series win over Indianapolis will be the signs of the approaching Last Judgment. Since the Texans were 1-15 against the Colts going into this season, there didn't seem to be much to worry about. Now that Houston has won its first game against Indianapolis, if it wins the second on Nov. 1, the world will come to an end. At least the world will come to an end on a highly rated "Monday Night Football" game. That's some consolation.

Later he predicts we are a superbowl contender.

The contrarian in me badly wants to forecast a final contest of Texans versus Saints. Could you imagine how delightfully miserable it would make Jerry Jones if the first Super Bowl in his new palace paired his in-state rival, Houston, against a New Orleans team that has drawn the regional glory away from the Boys?

Grams
09-14-2010, 12:18 PM
That was good.

It would surely upset Jerry Jones to have Houston vs New Orleans in the Superbowl in his house.

texanmojo
09-14-2010, 01:23 PM
That was good.

It would surely upset Jerry Jones to have Houston vs New Orleans in the Superbowl in his house.

But it would make my day!