Once again, we see typical Stiller arrogance and blinders, and I, for one, am sick of it.
WORST team in the league? Pal, you’re not even the worst team in your division. The Ravens suck far, far more than Shitsburgh does, and don’t you ever forget it. I am even going so far as to guarantee a Raven loss when we meet in October, and a worse one at your place in December. Baltimore can out fumble, out stumble, out bumble any team in the league, any time, any place. I contend that the Stillers will have no answer to offensive dis-ordinator Matt Cavinaugh’s delayed handoff and five yard screen plays on 3rd and 25. Kordell Steward dosen’t have any hope on NOT outplaying a Baltimore defense that surrounds it’s core of all stars with Pop Warner also-rans. Worst team in the league? Typical bluster from towel waving crybabies who think IC Light is the pinacle of the brewers craft. We’re WAAAYYYYY worse than you, and I got a case of Natty Boh backing that statement up. Baltimore is the crem de la crap in the cellar of the AFC North this year.
Take it easy, boys! Don’t forget, I am in Cincinnati, where we aspire to the current ineptitude of the Stillers or the Ravens. At least you’ve been somewhere recently. Like the playoffs.
PS, sorry to all Steeler and Rams fans: I seem to have jinxed your teams by picking them to match up with each other in this Super Bowl. In the name of goodwill for all I hereby rescind those predictions and choose instead San Diego over Carolina. Yeah, I know, not likely, but I expected both of those teams to suck and they’re both 2-0.
Bust out the 1970s tapes. Polish your case full of Lombardi trophies. Go visit your WING in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
I’m a Lions fan.
As they said on ESPN tonight, “The good news for Joey Harrington is, he’s starting at quarterback for the Detroit Lions in their home opener Sunday. The bad news for Harrington is, he’s starting at quarterback for the Detroit Lions in their home opener Sunday.”
As far as I remember, Detroit never had the team that was the heart of the city ripped out and relocated to Indiana-noplace, and had to struggle for 14 years against the determination of the NFL NOT to put a team in Baltimore because we didn’t deserve one and should “build a museum instead”.
Cry your river all you want, you have no idea, and I have no sympathy.