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Sunday, December 23, 2012

VPFL 2012 Championship

77 Moundsview Meerkats
56 '63Mercury Marauders

66 Bane Sidhe
63 Fromundah Cheezheads

Despite being favored by nearly 10 points, I thought the championship game was over before it started after Roddy White - who was questionable - scored 19 points and Tony Gonzalez scored 0 in the Thursday Night game.  That put me 19 in the hole versus the projections.  But Aaron Rodgers went for 30, Reggie Wayne defanged Andrew Luck, neither Arian Foster nor Adrian Peterson showed up in their big face-off, so now it's going to come down to the question of whether Peyton Manning is going to throw to Thomas or Decker, and if the Giants' Wilson is going to outscore the SF DEF.

Right now, the score is Meerkats 68, Sidhe 67.  It's far from over.

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17 Comments:

Anonymous El Pollo Loco December 23, 2012 4:40 PM  

The Cowboys scored a great big donut in overtime. Hahahahahahahahahaaa!

Anonymous Huckleberry - est. 1977 December 23, 2012 6:10 PM  

Holy Hannah, VD is on the cusp of winning his own league championship after all these years?
Oh my.

Anonymous ENthePeasant December 23, 2012 6:23 PM  

How bad is the NFL become that each announcing team has to pay some asshole to tell them what just happened on the field by "latest" rules... and the officials on the field often rule against the rule analyst. The current NFL is a sad shadow of its former self but perfect for the Obama generation. After all if you believe borrowing .46 cents of every dollar you spend will lead to prosperity surely you'll believe that Calvin Johnson broke Jerry Rice's record. They need to draw a big nasty red line between all offensive records ending in 2010. Anything after 2010 will be labeled "The No Contact Era" and anything before that will be labeled "The Football Era". Johnson still gets a case of vaginal tearing when he goes over the middle even knowing he's not going to get hit. And make the NFL maximum pay, minimum wage. The game is all about the officials now. There's simply no need to even have the players on the field. We'll just go with simulated play, like in Madden, and the officials will huddle on each play to decide the details. Why do you guys watch this fertilizer???

Anonymous zen0 December 23, 2012 7:16 PM  

Why do you guys watch this fertilizer???

1. All the fungus growing on it comes up in different colors!

2. Have you seen what else is on?

3. You have been transformed into a bitter, grumpy, old man, grampa. Welcome to the club.

Maybe the quarterbacks and receivers should have to wear pink all year.

Anonymous Cinco December 23, 2012 7:55 PM  

OT: But this is just begging for a post all to its self!

http://dailycaller.com/2012/07/27/obama-backs-race-based-school-discipline-policies

Anonymous ENthePeasant December 23, 2012 8:05 PM  

"3. You have been transformed into a bitter, grumpy, old man, grampa. Welcome to the club."

I shall not deny it, in fact this shall be on my tombstone... which is going to be soon seeing as how it's entirely possible I'll expire waiting for the game to resume on an officials review of a mystifying Pass interference call.

"Maybe the quarterbacks and receivers should have to wear pink all year."

I like it. And they can only be touched while in the showers.

Anonymous Outlaw X December 23, 2012 8:45 PM  

Seattle SF game, cold and wet. Now that is real football, love those games

Anonymous zen0 December 23, 2012 9:29 PM  

Do you remember when they used to have mud?

Anonymous Outlaw X December 23, 2012 9:44 PM  

Yeah, and a bunch of other things, like no five yard bump rule on the receivers and Cliff Harris cleaning the receivers clock going across the middle.

Anonymous Outlaw X December 23, 2012 10:07 PM  

Zen) it is probably better now. Not as many players get career ending injuries as the used to as it seems to me, but it is nostalgic. The one thing I miss the most is having the same players year after year. The team last year was the same this year other than the draft. Before free agency. I don't think any of it ruined the game, but when they came out with the "In the grasp" rule that was over the top. At least that's gone now.

Anonymous Cinco December 23, 2012 11:10 PM  

I can only conclude that the Seahawk's are monsters. This is just ridiculous, I am sure 49er's QB controversy is going to be the hot topic tomorrow.

Anonymous Daniel December 23, 2012 11:28 PM  

Wilson is going to outscore the SF Defense.

Flip Wilson.

Anonymous WaterBoy December 24, 2012 1:22 AM  

"Vox: "...so now it's going to come down to the question of whether Peyton Manning is going to throw to Thomas or Decker, and if the Giants' Wilson is going to outscore the SF DEF."

Funny, the VPFL-A championship came down to the same pairings, except it was the Seattle D and Wilson rode the bench.

ENthePeasant: "Why do you guys watch this fertilizer??? "

I imagine the likes of Bronko Nagurski asked the same thing about the pre-2010 era....

"Why do these pansies have to wear 20 lbs of body armor, and a helmet with more rigging than a Nascar roll cage?"

Damn kids get offa my ....wait, what was I sayin'?

Blogger Peter Garstig December 24, 2012 4:20 AM  

The Meerkats hava a Vikings-like curse in the making. Or Is it the Bills?

With a little Luck, the rookie GM takes the title.

Thanks the invite, Vox. It has been fun all season. Looking forward to defend the title.


Sol!

Blogger Sean December 24, 2012 8:29 AM  

If I could have gotten just four more lousy points last week, my team this week would have won the championship!!!!

My quest to return begins now!

Blogger Nate December 24, 2012 8:57 AM  

And I am pleased... so pleased... to note that I STILL have one more ring than Vox.

Anonymous The Lesser of Two Kahunas December 25, 2012 10:14 AM  

"After all if you believe borrowing .46 cents of every dollar you spend will lead to prosperity"

You're missing the entire point. (Not about football, I'm sorry, I know, I know) It isn't about prosperity, it's about power and race-revenge. If you borrow .46 cents of every dollar you spend, and you spend it on YOURSELF (or on your base constituency, same thing) but YOU don't ever have to pay it back, your ENEMY does (or your enemy's constituency, same thing), then you ARE heading towards prosperity... for your constituency, perhaps, but not the country. YOU (and your constituency) don't pay net taxes, your enemies do; so you can borrow all day long, spend it on yourself, and then just stick it on your enemy's tab: win/win. For you, not for the country. But you were never a patriot, only a race-revanchist, so it's all good, at least on your terms.

So you borrow from Ching Chow to pay Pablo and LaShawntravious; but they don't actually ever pay it back, you use the fedgov's leverage to make Peter and Susan pay instead of Pablo. And they not only pay, they're stuck with the interest, too, the total cost of which limits their options and depresses their family life and thus their fertility, so now there will be more Pablos and LaShawntraviouses who don't pay, and fewer Bobs and Sallys and Jims who do. Soon there will be so many Pablos and LaShawntraviouses that they will be able to rape Sally with impunity because there won't be enough Bobs and Jims to stop them.

And who do you think is laughing hardest at all this? Why, the people who created the whole setup. (Pablo and LaShawntravious would never have figured it out on their own.) And who would that be? Why, who is it always?

Ari and Zvi and Shmuel, of course.

Merry Christmas!

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