Sunday, January 20, 2013

Bernard Pollard: the final mission

As a Chief, he took out Tom Brady.  As a Texan, he ended Wes Welker's season.  As a Raven, he sidelined The Gronk.  Behind the scenes, he sabotaged the post-New England coaching careers of Romeo Crennel and Charlie Weis.  He whispered in Scott Pioli's ear and Matt Cassel came Kansas City, destroying a once-promising general manager. Now just one task remains for BKP, the Patriot Killer.  The final mission.  The impossible target.  Bill Belichick.

As I said at the beginning of the playoffs, I expect to see a New England-San Francisco Super Bowl, with New England winning the NFL title.  Barring, you understand, Bernard Karmell Pollard completing his final mission.


Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein January 20, 2013 1:43 PM  

Godspeed, BKP!

*STILL bitter about the tuck rule game, I am. *

Anonymous Mob-Rules January 20, 2013 1:44 PM  

I think we may see the Har-Bowl. Also I think NFC is going to continue it's streak of 3 straight to 4.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein January 20, 2013 1:47 PM  

Me and my girlfriend, um... Lennay Kekua (whom I've seen naked/slept with), are rootin' for an all avian Super Bowl.

Anonymous Outlaw X January 20, 2013 2:27 PM  

I am betting (hoping) on the Ravens today.

Blogger Galt-in-Da-Box January 20, 2013 2:40 PM  

Go BKP!!!

Anonymous Outlaw X January 20, 2013 3:27 PM  

I hope he was TSA. Just kidding.

Anonymous Unending Improvement January 20, 2013 3:35 PM  

I'm hoping for Ravens, but I'd be an idiot to put money on them.

Blogger Positive Dennis January 20, 2013 4:20 PM  

I favor the blues, Marcus has a wicked sword arm.

Anonymous YIH January 20, 2013 4:28 PM  

Both great matchups - but I agree with Vox on how it will all shake out. Something tells me the Patriots see this as their last real shot at the title for a while - maybe a long while.
And they want to try to make folks forget about 18-1, and with the Giants doing them a favor and failing to make the playoffs...

Anonymous dieter January 20, 2013 4:35 PM  


Anonymous YIH January 20, 2013 6:07 PM  

@dieter: Could you unpack the BKP for me?
I know about the TNB

Anonymous YIH January 20, 2013 6:13 PM  

Vox's pick is still good to go. Niners

Blogger Nate January 20, 2013 6:17 PM  

As for the pats vs the ravens... I hope someone with a suitcase nuke comes along.

Anonymous Porky? January 20, 2013 6:25 PM  

I want him to rip that headset off Belichick's head and scream into the mic "I'm comin for you Brady!!"

Anonymous Outlaw X January 20, 2013 6:33 PM  

All the experts pickef th Patiotd so the Ravens win.

Anonymous Elmer (just plain ole Elmer, ya know, like in yogert) January 20, 2013 7:29 PM  

I'm just not much for NFL these days. Nor the NCAA or MLB, or NBA. Not sure why. I certainly was in a past life. For me, I get more out of athletic sports from Wipeout. Not sure if it is the Big Balls, Jill, or Vanessa, or all the above. It just makes me laugh, and these days, we need all the laughter one can get.

OT: (economics, politics)

I don't see an economics/politics thread here since Weds. Anyway, Vox have your heard of a Mike Stathis? Well, he agrees with you on 1) The next Great Depression, and 2) Free Trade. Grant it, Free Trade was marketed (as a lot of things were) under the Reagan admin, but Reagan was no free trader. That is exemplified via Lee/Leo Wanta. A living hallmark of national and individual sovereignty...

Anonymous zen0 January 20, 2013 7:33 PM  

Wouldn't Pollard have to put Belichick in a coma to say "Mission Completed"? He can't throw, run, hit, block, nor any of that frivolous stuff.

Just sayin'.

Anonymous zen0 January 20, 2013 7:56 PM  

The 49'ers made Matty Ice cry. They are mean.

Meanwhile, this game is a win/ win for me. Either the faux Patriots ge eliminated (win), or I don't have to see 2 more weeks of Ray Lewis's retirement party.

I am glad that little troll-weasel Welker dropped that pass last year. Heh, heh.

The greatest thing about sports is the suffering. The joy and glory is part of the package just to ensure the suffering is profound.

Just like life, eh?

Anonymous Rusty January 20, 2013 8:20 PM  

Clearly, the answer is to ban Bernard Pollard. He keeps killing the Patriots...

Blogger Bruce January 20, 2013 9:09 PM  

Hmmm, Pollard just knocked out Ridley creating the first turnover of the game

Anonymous Mob-Rules January 20, 2013 9:09 PM  

Pats just fumbled. If Ravens score on this drive, are we ready for the Har-Bowl? And as Vox predicted, Pollard a Patriot killer.

Blogger Bruce January 20, 2013 9:10 PM  

Hmmm, Pollard just knocked out Ridley creating the first turnover of the game

Anonymous zen0 January 20, 2013 9:16 PM  

The Patriots have not quite been the same since they lost their video-taping privileges.

They are good, but not excellent. Maybe Brady is not the best quarterback of all time.

Lets see...

Anonymous Unending Improvement January 20, 2013 9:20 PM  

"I'm hoping for Ravens, but I'd be an idiot to put money on them."

I'm eating those words right now. Luckily I didn't bet on the Patriots either.

Blogger Nate January 20, 2013 9:29 PM  

Brady is done.

Anonymous Lanay Kekua January 20, 2013 9:36 PM  

I want to have Joe Flacco's children!

Anonymous Outlaw X January 20, 2013 9:37 PM  

God bless Ray Lewis.

Blogger Bobby January 20, 2013 9:38 PM  

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Anonymous Gisele Bundchen January 20, 2013 9:41 PM  

Me too!!

Anonymous Outlaw X January 20, 2013 9:43 PM  

Obama and his gun sales and the Ravens complete my retirement.

Anonymous Mob-Rules January 20, 2013 9:47 PM  

That last INT felt good. A fitting end to the "Dynasty."

Anonymous zen0 January 20, 2013 9:47 PM  

Today has been a good day. Thank you.

Anonymous Curlytop January 20, 2013 9:49 PM  

The famous Brady pout.

Anonymous jm January 20, 2013 9:50 PM  

Sometimes, I suspect the NFL might be rigged. They always seem to have a narrative to push.

Blogger Nate January 20, 2013 10:23 PM  

Patriots either cut Brady... or trade him to some idiotic team like Arizona for 5 first round picks.

Anonymous JI January 21, 2013 12:23 AM  

Too bad cry brady. :-) But wow, someone showed up with a defense and someone did not.

Blogger Galt-in-Da-Box January 21, 2013 12:54 AM  

Fkn AWESOME game, as any Playoff where Belicheat & Goldilocks get sent home is!

Blogger Hamilton January 21, 2013 6:32 AM  

I very much enjoyed watching Flaco and crew slice up that horrible NE defense.

Blogger Hamilton January 21, 2013 6:33 AM  

I very much enjoyed watching Flaco and crew slice up that horrible NE defense.

Anonymous DrTorch January 21, 2013 8:20 AM  

Seems to me that Pollard has been auditioning for Belichick for years. He's not the anti-Patriot, he wants to be a Patriot! Safest place for the Pats' offense is for him to be on their defense. But at this point the curse is too deeply embedded.

Anyway, one more SEC player knocked out of a game once it gets cold. They're valuable but fragile, like china plates.

Anonymous Conrad The Crazed January 21, 2013 8:51 AM  

At last.....the Ravens reach the main arena. After so many seasons of having a top 5 defense only to watch as the offense crumpled like a wet towel...they get it done with a mid-tier defense and an offense that finally showed a little flash after banishing He Who Shall Not Be Named (last name rhymes with Cameron) from ever running the Raven attack again. I have my doubts about Caldwell as OC, but results are hard to argue with at the moment!

I know the media pushes the storylines relentlessly, but as a long suffering member of Raven Nation, it would be sweet to send a titan like Ray Lewis off into the sunset with another Super Bowl. In an era where guys playing 17 years would have been on their 3rd or 4th team by now, his career has been a welcome bit of consistency.

P.S. Oh yeah....take that, John Elway. Baltimore still remembers....

Blogger crazyivan498 January 21, 2013 9:32 AM  

you called it vox day. nice job

Anonymous Sexual Chocolate (friend of Elmer) January 21, 2013 11:35 AM  

@ jm January 20, 2013 9:50 PM

Sometimes, I suspect the NFL might be rigged. They always seem to have a narrative to push.

It is rigged (as is the NCAA, especially the NBA)

Just take a look here:

- Telecommunications: AT&T and Verizon (government spying);
- Oil Exploration & Production: Exxon-Mobil and Chevron (feeding business and war engines, environmental destruction and massive fraud);
- Oil Services: Schlumberger, Halliburton and Baker Hughes (military-industrial complex, environmental destruction and massive fraud);
- Information Technology: Microsoft and IBM (government spying);
- Digital Media: Apple, Google, Facebook and Yahoo (government spying and manipulation of the public);
- Traditional Media: Time-Warner, News Corp., Comcast and New York Times (manipulation of the public, social reengineering and massive fraud);
- Pharmaceuticals: Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer and Eli Lilly (mind control and massive fraud);
- Defense: Lockheed-Martin, Boeing and General Dynamics (military-industrial complex and massive fraud);
- Food & Beverages: McDonalds, Yum Brands, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Monsanto (control and manipulation of the global food supply);
- Banking: JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs (control of commerce, money laundering and massive fraud);

So, where do you think the Big 3 Networks, (understanding ESPN is owned by ABC, which is owned by Disney), fit in here? It ALL fraud people... [1]

The solution is not as much as identifying (most people know) the problem, as is eradicating it:

This would be the Jewish Mafia. The objectives of the Jewish Mafia include both Zionist and non-Zionist elements. Their main goal is to extract all wealth from every nation and seize complete control of the entire world. Until Americans come to acknowledge the role of the Jewish Mafia in the subversion of their nation, they will remain enslaved indefinitely. The same applies to Canada, Australia and all of Europe.

This was also reiterated in another previous article:

Dear Folks, You may get tired of hearing this by I am going to say it once again. We have to take ownership of this problem. If we let them get away with this and keep their ill gotten gains there is absolutely nothing they will fear doing do to us in the future. Only a conquered, defeated people would accept such a humiliation.

I am sorry dear people, dear Ilk, but we are in a war here. A war of economic terrorism, that will not rest until enough decide that they have to shelve some NFL, NCAA, MLB, NBA, et al, in favor of more important matters. My beloved Wipeout, is DVRed. Much of it archived from previous years. I pull it out for comic relief (much like MXC, Three Stooges, et al) from the primary focus on much more serious matters on a daily basis.

[1] Even my beloved Wipeout is ABC. Distributed in some markets via TruTV, which is Time Warner. Wipeout unseated American Idol this past year, so given in time, Vegas and the mafia will start betting in Wipeout, it is/will soon be rigged. None of this is immune it seems. It is all panem et circenses.

Anonymous WaterBoy January 21, 2013 2:15 PM  

jm: "Sometimes, I suspect the NFL might be rigged. They always seem to have a narrative to push."

The problem is that could also be said about every outcome no matter who won. Indy had the Pagano Cancer thing; Denver had the Manning Comeback thing; Atlanta had the Gonzalez Last Game thing (same as Ravens' Lewis); Washington, Seattle and Baltimore all had the Rookie QB angle....

It's always going to fit some kind of narrative, whether it's rigged or not. That's just the nature of the beast (sports reporting in general).

Anonymous Darth Toolpodicus January 21, 2013 3:49 PM  

Luuuuve seeing Breck-Girl Brady and Bill Bili-cheat get sent home. Few things better indeed!

Anonymous Freddy January 21, 2013 9:35 PM  

Harbaugh bowl with 49ers on top.

Go Niners!

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