I don't know about anyone else, but for me, This marks the start of the 2009 NFL season. so what better wAY TO KICK OFF THE 2009 (Whoops! didn't know I hit the Caps lock. what was I saying? oh yeah) season by sitting up at 1:30 A.m to type some stuff up? By the the way, If ya'll get confused with this post I got three words. Drunk. Last. Night. Well, let's get to it.
Random Pondering (and other things):
Why are we workin the Wildcat? really! How could we stoop so low? You know what I think the wildcat is? Garbage. Hot Garbage. Wrapped in a pancake like pigs in a blanket.
Michael Vick is the NFL's equivalent to that guy you knew in high school who comes up to you like "remember me?" and then asks for a couple dollars for gas, only that his real intentions are to use those two dollars to:
A. finish Paying off his child support
B. buy some bubble gum
C. save enough to change out for a crisp dollar for the strip clubs (yet, he can never save enough)
D. Buy a can of 2-11
Well actually, D comes first and A,B, and C never happen.
Brett Favre's The NFL's equivalent to the high school bimbo. I don't need to elaborate
Gatorades G campaign was done in honor of Zach Bowman. This guy should be a starter week one. There's something special about him. I don't know what, but it's there.
Christopher Columbus was a son of a bitch.
Watched Urlacher doing the drills. He looks slow. There's also all this talk by teammates that he's in the best shape of his career. With all the steroid issues out there, it would be best to quell that talk right now.
Obviously, Lovie still hasn't solved the issue a safety. If he thinks rotating Manning and Steltz at FS is a good solution, it's making the situation worse. Not only is he hindering Seltz's progress, he's also confusing Manning even further.
Kia Forte or Sony Visio? I'm at the crossroads right now. Let me hear what ya'll think
No interesting moments at my job this week, besides the hillbilly who called me sugarlips (god, I hate the south)
Ifuwanna's Bear Of the Week
Chris Zorich will always be my first favorite Bear. A very underrated player, Zorich to me, is the last great Bear who was a native of Illinois. A Standout at Notre Dame and a pro bowler in the 1993 season, Zorich was a true predecessor of a three technique DT. He was enshrined in the College Football Hall of fame last year. Here's to you, Chris Zorich, my Bear of the week.
Video of the Week
Johnny Knox. My pick for offensive rookie of the year.
Allie, who has been doing swell job of keeping us updated with the tweets. Good work, HalfBlind!
Haightminow. We're preparing for battle! Where is our fearless leader?