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BoD Sunday NFL Thread

After going 3-2 last week, I am now 7-12-1 on the season. Here are my picks for this week:

Pittsburgh -6 at Jacksonville
San Diego -6.5 vs. New York Jets
Detroit -5 vs. Buffalo
Philadelphia -5 vs. St. Louis
San Francisco -4.5 vs. Kansas City

Comments

  1. Probably should get off Philly in my suicide pool now that you picked them......

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  2. Enjoy the last good week of NFL everyone. HGH testing begins Monday.

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  3. Nevermind, no one will ever get popped.

    "Each week of the season, 5 players on 8 teams will be tested. No testing will occur on game days," Winston said in the letter, which was obtained by ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

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  4. He's improved, so you should be safe.

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  5. Anyone watch Hell On Wheels? A pretty good show that flies under the radar...

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  6. For the F1 fans out there: http://blackflag.jalopnik.com/f1-driver-jules-bianchi-unconscious-after-crashing-into-1642626226/+samer


    Fuck. Also, running a race on the outskirts of a typhoon? (sigh)

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  7. Am I the only person who enjoys the baseball playoffs more than football? And I love football...

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  8. First two weeks I was 2-8
    Last two I have been 5-4-1

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  9. The MLB playoffs have been great so far

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  10. Used to be pretty big on fantasy baseball (still do a league or two a year, but used to be multiple, some money, some for shits and giggles)...was always sick of baseball by October so haven't really paid attention to the playoffs in, maybe 10 years? Last one I watched was whenever the Yankees choked against the dbacks

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  11. On the other hand, with all the rule changes, I'm sick of football, can easily see giving it up once Eli's gone

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  12. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    I'm there with you.

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  13. Baseball playoffs are awesome. Only topped by hockey playoffs.

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  14. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 11:03 AM

    What game is everyone watching?

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  15. Flipping back and forth between Baltimore-Indy and Atlanta-NYG

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  16. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 11:05 AM

    Bishop Sankey is one of Matthew Berrys awful fantasy sleepers.

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  17. Dallas/Houston. Only game on here.

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  18. Same, but I'm not complaining.

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  19. Me neither. It's football. I'm happy.

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  20. I'm watching the game over RedZone this week.

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  21. I think I could watch Devin Hester return punts all Sunday and I would never feel bored.

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  22. Interesting call by Indy going for it on 4th-and-1 on Baltimore's 21. Ravens stuffed it.

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  23. I'm happy to see him doing well as a receiver. Change of scenery probably had something to do with that.

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  24. Bayless picked Detroit? Fuck, I'm gonna lose in suicide.

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  25. We get Jets/Giantsed this week. Worst thing about living in NY. Thank God for Red Zone

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  26. Add Cordarelle Patterson to that list... although I loved him in Week 1.

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  27. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    Joe Haden is not an elite cornerback.

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  28. Bills/Lions...


    BILLIEVE

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  29. The only person out of me and you?


    Yes.

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  30. Apparently not

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  31. #33 on the Bills just essentially piledrove himself... they're bringing the cart out.

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  32. Indeed. I never understand people calling it "boring". There's a dramatic difference between "boring" and "incredibly intense and exciting".

    Glad I'm not alone.

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  33. Damn Murray is a fumbling machine.

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  34. Roger Goodell: Well at least no player has gotten paralyzed this year! Wait...what? COME ON!

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  35. Ron Brooks got....


    JACKED UP

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  36. Biff Kensington IIIOctober 5, 2014 at 11:34 AM

    Second week in a row that Benjamin has coughed up the ball; this time it bites us in the ass. If he wants to become an elite receiver, he has to fix the random drops and turning the ball over.

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  37. So the first quarter of this Ravens-Colts game we have seen three turnovers (two by Baltimore), a muffed punt, a failed 4th-and-1 conversion...and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata has an interception.

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  38. Biff Kensington IIIOctober 5, 2014 at 11:41 AM

    Goddamn, Carolina is fucking terrible.

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  39. Adam "Colorado" CurryOctober 5, 2014 at 11:44 AM

    No fucking way they should have ran that race.

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  40. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 11:46 AM

    Browns are playing like a bunch of assholes.

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  41. ESPN's Gamecast is frozen. God damnit, you guys have ONE job once a week.

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  42. He really said that

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  43. He said last year Zach Sufield would finish the year as a top 10 TE. He was waived in week 5

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  44. NFL.com, to hell with ESPN.


    (Well, to hell with both of them, but at least one works)

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  45. Yea, I use both NFL and ESPN to track. When I get really frustrated, I use Yahoo. It's so frustrating

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  46. Woke up too late to get any early game action in. I'll make up for it in the afternoon.

    I took
    Arizona +7.5 over Denver
    49ers -6 over KC
    San Diego -6 over NYJ

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  47. Anyone know of a place to stream Red Zone? First Row sports has some subpar links for it so far. I'm stuck with Cowboys-Texans and that's it for my area.

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  48. Adam "Colorado" CurryOctober 5, 2014 at 11:53 AM

    Nice pass Kyle.

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  49. Dallas coughs it up on a punt return.

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  50. Christ... get up for a minute to take care of laundry and Detroit is up 14-0 on the Bills!

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  51. http://www.stream2watch.me/football/nfl-redzone-live-stream



    That any better?

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  52. Watching the Cowboys game with my grandpa. Old school guy who's literally been a cowboys fan since the beginning. He's not happy right now.

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  53. stream2u generally streams well

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  54. So the Bills' record will be worse, affecting the position of their first round pick, which the Browns own. *Mr Burns fingers*

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  55. Yep (tm ABeyance)

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  56. If he made it through the past 8 years or so, this one will be better. They have a real shot at 10-11 wins this year. That division is still fraudulent and they drew the even more putrid AFC South as their division swap rival this year. If something breaks down in Philly (like the entire offensive line has already broken down) they might even win that division.

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  57. I have faith in Romo...he'll find a way to lead the team to 8-8.

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  58. But we both know what will actually happen: Dallas will hit a rough stretch where they lose at least two games to stupid mistakes, go into Washington in Week 17 needing a win to clinch a playoff spot/the division, and shit it all away behind either Romo or whoever happens to be his backup this year.

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  59. I've got that streaming through chromecast right now. I love that friggen thing.

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  60. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 12:04 PM

    Well fuck it up anyway so Bills fans shouldn't feel too bad.

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  61. They're putting a LOT of money into the RDJ/Duval movie, thing's going to bomb, shame

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  62. He's consistent... you have to give him that.

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  63. How well does it do with pop up ads?

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  64. It's getting really bad reviews.

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  65. I can't figure out why it's a movie.

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  66. Yeah I don't know who this is supposed to appeal to. It doesn't look like a date movie or really interesting enough to be a movie that you HAVE to see.

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  67. Plus week 2 of Gone Girl and Equalizer is hanging strong. Bad reviews too

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  68. It looks awful. It looks extremely cliche and silly. Without seeing it, I can garauntee there will be a shot of an older, heavyset Southern woman fanning herself and a dramatic scene over selecting a jury member.

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  69. I didn't think I was going to like Gone Girl but I really did. Might be the best non superhero movie I've seen this year.

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  70. Downey bored and wanting to throw his Avenger weight around, I reckon. I think he/wife produced it? I'll eventually watch it but paying? Nah

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  71. Well that all has to do with your browser. You're casting whatever's on it. I have AdBlock for Chrome installed and there's literally nothing once you navigate through those trap X's to click on initially.

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  72. Old people. Old people can't wait to see it.

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  73. The Saints picked Mike Glennon off. It took them about 260 minutes to get their first interception of 2014.

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  74. Adam "Colorado" CurryOctober 5, 2014 at 12:08 PM

    Is it based on a John Grisham book? Looks like it is.

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  75. For some reason I am in the Judge's demographic because every movie I see has it as a trailer. I almost want to see it just to see what happens.


    Same thing happened with Vanity Fair in 2004

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  76. Adam "Colorado" CurryOctober 5, 2014 at 12:09 PM

    The Bills are not very good at this football thing.

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  77. And it was a pick off at the 4 with no return. So basically they got a long punt. I'm not counting that one. I'm pretty sure they had 1 turnover in 6 games going into this one

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  78. Huh...I dunno. You're right( it totally looks like one, but they haven't used his name yet.

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  79. ...the trailer's decent but it gives like 90% of the movie away, only question is if RDJ/Duval come to a grudging respect before or after he gets Duval off the murder charge

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  80. And Morestead bobbles the punt and TB is back where they started from. So yea, we get a turnover but it really accomplishes nothing. Saints football!

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  81. Yea, there's a huge climatic scene that it looks like they give away.


    Who thought letting the director of Wedding Crashers direct a serious movie was a goo idea?

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  82. Good god Charlie Whitehurst is in... and just threw a TD pass on his first strike!

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  83. I thought the Bills and Browns had a chance to be feel-good teams after the first couple of weeks of the season. Reality has set in, unfortunately.

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  84. I can't honestly assess GG, hated the ending that much

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  85. I would have been more upset but pretty much 2/3 of my entire group saw it coming so I wasn't even angry at that point

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  86. I'm not ready to punt on the Bills yet. With the Patriots rapidly cratering, that division might be even worse than everyone thought.

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  87. There's a tactic in making movies that says you're supposed to give away the ending in the first 10 minutes. Movies can actually be very enjoyable that way.

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  88. Eh, that ending could have been earned, but they needed to do a lot more work painting Nick as damaged instead of just an asshole

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  89. This is true. That division appears to be wide open. It'll be down to who can win the most games against their own division.

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  90. Giants with AWESOME strategy of playing soft zones and no blitzing for a decimated Falcon oline

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  91. Started "Scary Movie Month" with my girlfriend last night and watched Tall Man from 2011 with Jessica Biel. I expected it to be a ** stinker that you could follow... but HOLY SHIT the thing turns itself on it's ass halfway through and becomes a completely different movie.


    Strong Recommendation for a nighttime Netflix date.

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  92. Adam "Colorado" CurryOctober 5, 2014 at 12:17 PM

    7-9 might be good enough.

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  93. The NFL is so wonky now... Bills could theoretically lose ALL their division games... and still win the division.

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  94. Da Bears. The delusional fan in me thought that the complexion of last week's game would have changed greatly if they gave Bennett the touchdown at the end of the first half (but the only good camera angle was blocked by a defender). Now, they're in control of this Carolina game. Crossing my fingers here even though I thought their window closed last year.

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  95. Ugh... leave it to Bigbird to toss it up to them.

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  96. I was wondering about that movie. I was initially thinking stinker, too. The gf loves horror movies, so I'll keep that one in mind.

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  97. This one is especially what I would call "girlfriend friendly."

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  98. It's very important that both teams suck. This Browns fan is ready to draft a receiver.

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  99. NFL has to know their blackout rules fuck over New York badly. So why give the Jets/Giants a home game with the network that has the singleheader. Next week we only get two games again. It's bullshit and I'm so sick of it.

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  100. He was benched too quickly.

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  101. Didn't they just end the blackout rules?

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  102. No, the NFL still has a rule that if the local team is at home, no game can be shown against it to encourage people to go to the game.

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  103. If Brady is the starter at the end of the season, he is guaranteed three more years of his contract. The Pats are trying to dump him so that does not happen. They have the lowest cap number in the league.

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  104. From what I remember reading, the NFL can still do blackouts, they'll just have to insert it into the next TV deal.

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  105. NFL makes more money on TV viewership than live gates... not sure why they care so much. It's not 1965 anymore.

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  106. A lot of the NFL is like 1965. I don't think it impacts people too much except in places like New York and the Bay Area

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  107. That's a Ryan defense for ya. Jets suffer from the same stuff. Rex's teams never force turnovers.

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  108. Fucking Justin Hunter. Drop him in fantasy and he finally does something

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  109. (Their thinking, IIRC)


    If the stands aren't full, then the games don't look so "important", and the league's "prestige" suffers. Full stands = "EVENT!" = BIG TV deals.

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  110. Harbaugh should just pair up with Brady somewhere else next year and win the next three SuperBowls.

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  111. Colts-Ravens, Browns-Titans, Rams-Eagles, Bucs-Saints, Texans-Cowboys... So many games I couldn't give a shit about. Anyone have any classy or dark horse teams I can root for?

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  112. Both Harbaughs and Brady get run out of the league and end up in Michigan.

    They'll still lose to the SEC somehow.

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  113. He's good. He has a non-human at WR which greatly helps. He's not elite though.

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  114. Ooooo... did not know that tidbit.

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  115. Great. Now we're the retarded team that takes penalties on 3rd down

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  116. All the interesting teams this year are on the west. Arizona might be good, might not be. Seattle probably wins the Super Bowl. 49ers are either good or imploding, it varies week to week. Chargers might be for real this year. Denver is hanging around.

    So of course the league is ignoring all of them We need more NFC East!

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  117. Romo just made the kind of play that keeps him around despite all the choking. Great escape, great bomb, all around quality.

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  118. I do kinda like the Giants since they never feel like a typically obnoxious NY team. Eli and Coughlin aren't brash, get bashed by the press, and defy expectations most years. But I really don't care about the other teams. You're right about the west, too.

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  119. Someone just got flagged for "inappropriate language" in the Saints game. I suspect someone let the h-e-double hockey sticks slip out.

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  120. I threw a chair, a dustpan and a broom.


    Saints football!

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  121. They dropped that on Kaepernick a couple weeks ago... claimed he said "the n word." Kaep is appealing.

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  122. WTF happened to that team.

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  123. No idea. Maybe having training camp at a resort was a bad idea. 2nd game this year we've blown a 13-0 lead.

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  124. Maybe they're trying to drive people onto NFL Sunday Ticket?

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  125. The fans are booing too. Every year there's a SB contender that implodes. I guess we drew the lottery this year.

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  126. Rob Ryan might be the most overrated defensive coordinator in the NFL.

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  127. You can still wear Beats By Dre if you're in a video hitting your wife or your kids though.

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  128. Oh My God. The implosion is complete.

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  129. Typical NFL loopholes. Those headphones are a menace, I tell ya.

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  130. At least you've had a 13-0 lead pal!

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  131. Bucs... ROLLIN!

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  132. Bucs... BUILDING MOMENTUM!

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  133. That was a pretty graceful flip into the end zone, however.

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  134. Bucs... CREATING SEPARATION!

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  135. TWO 13-0 leads! I think we were up 13-0 on the Vikes too.

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  136. I feel like that comes down to Miami having the least problems of the four.

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  137. The Saints at home today?

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  138. So they don't have the "bad road team" gripe. They're usually stellar at home.

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  139. Orton's not the answer to the question, "Who can QB this team into the future." He's the answer to the question, "Who will cost us the fewest games from the QB position?"

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  140. Yep. I think the Bucs were the last team to beat Payton at home in 2010.

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  141. And NOW Romo just made the kind of play that keeps the Cowboys from being a good team. Awful pick, what was he even looking at.

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  142. No, it's to keep live attendance up

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  143. "Niners"? People won't be happy until EVERY team gets renamed.

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  144. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 1:10 PM

    Nice to have Donnell and Cruz going today! 0 points each!

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  145. I started Cordarelle Patterson. I am dropping him pronto.

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  146. Drafted him and was very pleased with Week 1... hasn't done shit since.

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  147. Literally he's has ONE play all season. Damn that man.

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  148. Eli looks like a dolt most of the time. The press never fell in love with him like they do other NY athletes. Everyone's saying the Giants suck... I'm pulling for them. They're hanging in there.

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  149. I have 1 point out of my two receivers that have played so far

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  150. Christian Ponder will do that to a receiver

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  151. I've met Eli a bunch of times and he looks so lanky. Like a string bean. I have no idea how he takes hits.

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  152. I thought Ponder was throwing at the end of last season where the guy really busted out.

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  153. NFL Red Zone just mentioned OJ Simpson. There was no disclaimer beforehand

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  154. My guess is that Eli would have that same good ol boy charisma that his brother has. What was he like when you met him?

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  155. He's robotic. I've met him at this charity event and his answers are always short and to the point. Never breaks from the script. Nice guy, he'll sign and take photos, but you're not getting anything out of him that you wouldn't get from Sports Cliches 101

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  156. Touchdown Saints? Hey, they're only mostly inept now!

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  157. Moving it to Chicago was the real blow as it was far off from the Carolina base who had made the previous shows successful. Plus, Chicago is a union town and the costs of everything from putting up the ring to concessions were huge, hurt him there too.
    Course, didn't help that the ONE TIME everyone thought for sure the Road Warriors would get the belts, we get a Dusty finish while Dusty himself beats Luger in a slow US title cage match. And not that much excitement as everyone knew Flair was getting the belt back in the main event.

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  158. And they needed to dick around twice to Cooks before they did it. Not satisfied.

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  159. When are people going to realise Jeff Fisher fucking sucks?

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  160. Gunther the Nasty LoserOctober 5, 2014 at 1:22 PM

    Seeing all the pink on the field makes me wonder if WWE will grace us with "Did you know: other organizations like the NFL have followed WWE's lead in promoting tiny little towels?"

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  161. Colts are trying to give this game away

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  162. It feels like there are a lot of doofus looking QBs in the league right now despite it being the glamour position. Eli looks mentally retarded, Andrew Luck is an internet neckbeard who happens to be good at football, Foles and Glennon just look a little "off", Flacco looks like the accountant in our office we all make fun of, Schaub is an internet meme at this point, Matt Ryan is another CPA.

    Only good looking guys should play QB. It just makes me feel better if the QB is cool.

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  163. We got another turnover but the Saints fumbled it away. Holy crap.

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  164. In my two money leagues, I went into the week 4-0. The strengths of my teams were drafting in the first three rounds: Jimmy Graham, Dez Bryant/AJ Green, and Jordy Nelson in the first three rounds, followed by a bunch of not super running backs that have actually turned out to be okay: some combo of Lamar Miller, CJ Spiller, Shane Vareen, Toby Gerhart, along with the occassional last minute pickup that turned out to be okay (like the Buccaneers backup).


    Anyway looks like today I might end both of those streaks with no Lamar Miller (who's been real good) and Jimmy Graham out.

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  165. Did he draft Sam Bradford?


    Bradford keeps getting hurt and missing the season, and Fisher kind of hangs his hat on that, "Well, our QB was hurt but we still did okay."


    I don't think he'll be able to get away with that again though.

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  166. Ultimate Warrior theme right now in Texas...

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  167. I have Ruben Randel going for me.

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  168. His Titans record isn't that great and on the Rams he's done nothing. and it looks like they are having another lost season

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  169. Aw man, was hoping to see Pittsburgh give another winless team one today.

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  170. There's still ten minutes left...

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  171. The Lions need to either find a way to get Jason Hanson out of retirement or sign Matt Prater. We've missed 7 field goals in the first 5 weeks. Completely inexcusable

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  172. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 1:32 PM

    Your last sentence is the WWEs way of thinking.

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  173. I need 2 more teams for the BoD Fantasy hockey league. The draft is at 630pm EST tonight. Any takers?

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  174. Ahh that actually makes some sense. NFL's gonna have to prioritize the in-game experience then because with the proliferation of affordable large HDTVs, the cost of going to a game (ticket prices and concession prices), weather in many parts of the country come late fall/early winter and the rise of fantasy football, the at-home experience is often every bit as good and much cheaper.

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  175. Gunther the Nasty LoserOctober 5, 2014 at 1:33 PM

    So a well known WWE insider on WWE is saying Sting will be on WWE tv by late January

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  176. I've always said the champ should be a guy that men want to be and women want to fuck.

    I want the same for my QB.

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  177. Believe in the Bort, he shall deliver

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  178. The Eagles have a 20 point lead and they are snapping the ball with 13 seconds left on the play clock.

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  179. Sure, why not. Doubt I'll get my All-Sharks team, but it's worth a try.

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  180. email me at BBayless781@gmail.com for the invite

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  181. Sting is going to be in the XFL?

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  182. He just delivered STRAIGHT to Pittsburgh... after trying to look smooth with an audible.

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  183. Had no idea Meltzer was a Redditor.

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  184. MikeyMike, WitnessOctober 5, 2014 at 1:35 PM

    Good Foles needs more touchdowns.

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  185. Eh, I don't think he's overrated. He deserved all the credit for New Orleans' defensive turnaround last year. This year he's being pillored and justifiably so.

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  186. Yeah he's making me look really dumb. I've been talking him up here and on random football message boards saying that the Jags would start ripping off some wins once he got in. This is not working out for me at all.

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  187. Gunther the Nasty LoserOctober 5, 2014 at 1:37 PM

    http://411mania.com/wrestling/sting-teases-big-news-reddit-insider-claims-to-know-when-sting-will-debut-on-wwe-tv/

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  188. There must be some serious booing in the Dome right about now.

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  189. His one big news was JTG getting release? Well call me a WWE insider.

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  190. So, what just happened with the Cowboys? I've been trying to flip-flop between the two games I can actually watch, and I think I missed Romo royally fucking up

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  191. Mitch, The GodfatherOctober 5, 2014 at 1:39 PM

    And people actually thought that Kyle Orton would make the team better.

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  192. Sent the invite

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  193. By 'people' I hope you just mean the Bills organization and not actual fans

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  194. Just one more team needed for the BoD Fantasy Hockey Team. Who wants to join?

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