Sunday, September 28, 2014

VPFL Week 3

75 Mounds View Meerkats (2-1)
47 FavreDollar Footlongs (1-2)

64 Greenfield Grizzlies (3-0)
36 KING (0-3)

82 Bane Cornshuckers (2-1)
74 Boot Hill Bogs (0-3)

67 Texas Chili Eaters (3-0)
58 RR Redbeards (2-1)

78 Gilbert Gamma Rays (2-1)
60 Clerical Errs (0-3)

Also, do NOT talk to Steve Smith. Do not make eye contact with him. If he happens to approach, hold very still, remain very quiet, and hope he goes away.



Anonymous Josh September 28, 2014 3:16 PM  

The titans suck so hard

Blogger WATYF September 28, 2014 3:37 PM  

Four personal foul penalties in the first half of the Bears/Packers game, none of which were actually penalties.

This league is doomed.


Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 3:48 PM  

London must be getting tired of us sending our second or third-rate NFL teams over there.

Anonymous Will Best September 28, 2014 4:03 PM  

Wow... the Bears make 1 bad play (be in the end zone) and maybe got a TD no call (if Nelson got that 1st down, bennett got that TD) to end the first half and just quit playing in the second.... Unbelievable.

And where was the pass rush... I know you are playing on a slip and slide, but seriously, Rodgers has 15 seconds to make a play. Packers should just Fing hand the game ball to Lamar Houston.

Oh and 6 phantom penalties in a game. Good job refs.

Anonymous zen0 September 28, 2014 4:25 PM  

@ Josh

The titans suck so hard

You've been Onioned

Blogger Simon Jester September 28, 2014 4:27 PM  

i was 1 minute too late in switching out Cam Newton for Kapernaeck. I am going to get beaten by King.


My only chance is a big night for NO and Philly.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 4:28 PM  

That comeback by the Bucs was awesome - or should I say epic fail by the Steelers.

Anonymous Jack Amok September 28, 2014 4:42 PM  

i was 1 minute too late in switching out Cam Newton for Kapernaeck.

If those are your QB options, I suggest drinking heavily, and I have Tony Romo starting.

Anonymous Daniel September 28, 2014 4:55 PM  

Jordy Nelson, Roddy White, and Dwayne Allen, I have three tickets to Hell. You can go there now if you like.

On the non-fantasy side of things, Teddy Bridgewater started very well. Unlike Ponder, he can complete the three yard slant without you fearing it might end up a completion further downfield to the other guy.

So far.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 5:44 PM  

I know nothing about the Steve Smith story. But based on the piece CBS did, I assume Carolina released him by having stray dogs piss all over his uniforms, painting his wife's face on a blow-up doll and having all the other players gang-bang it, and leaving it all in his locker with a note saying, "You're fired, loser, get out!"

Anonymous WaterBoy September 28, 2014 5:51 PM  

Yes, Detroit on top of the NFCN.

For at least a week, anyway.

Baby steps.

Anonymous Chev September 28, 2014 5:57 PM  

Bridgewater doing very well in the first half. He's making quick decisions and the offense seems wide open. Either: 1. The play calling is good, 2. the Atlanta D is bad, or 3. Bridgewater is

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 6:40 PM  

That's the way they should can Roger Badell.
Either that or a zombie Pete Rozell returns to his old office in search of brains...
And not finding any, of course.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 7:13 PM  

Hot dang, Lovie Smith is back in Tampa Bay. hmmm, wonder if he brought back the Tampa-two defense (second best defense ever in history-behind the Ravens, fyi)

I might start following them again.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 7:22 PM  

Linebackers coach is Hardy Nickerson....I am smiling.

I am thinking super-bowl...cinderella story,

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 7:39 PM  

And, before you give me shit, I was following the bucs when William Richardson was coach--3-13 baby.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 7:49 PM  

Leslie Frazier,,,defensive coordinator....hmmmm...1985 bears player (da-bears)...a stint at some team in near the north-pole.....
watching an interview now, he looks grumpy, mean,

Looks like the Bucs got a bunch of Tony Dungy Christians running the team...I like it. Sober, serious men.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 7:50 PM  

Congrats Vox! They won their first outdoor home game since 1981!

Anonymous zen0 September 28, 2014 8:02 PM  

Re Steve Smith. I don't think anyone made eye contact with or spoke to Steve Smith but he still ripped their guts out in the post-game interview.

He is going to be one cranky old man.

Anyway, given the Cowboys need to be a .500 team, tonight they should lose so they can be 2-2.

They have even more incentive because otherwise they would tie the Eagles at the top of the NFC East, and they can't abide by that.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 8:14 PM  

I recognized the name. From the link:
A three-time team MVP at the University of California (1983-86), Nickerson graduated from Berkeley with a degree in sociology.
Translation: A degree in football.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 8:48 PM  


Translation: A degree in football.

Yep, and that is his profession. He did what a man had to do to get the piece of paper signifying nothing so that he could learn the craft as a journeyman in the college circuit and go on to his chosen profession.

I have been listening to the coaching interviews on and I see what God brought when He brought Dungy to Tampa Bay. There is a saying, one Godly man can change a community and it happened in real-time when God brought Tony Dungy to Tampa Bay.

I saw that seriousness squandered with Gruden.

I concur that Dungy's lack of offensive competence harmed both the Bucs and the Colts--instead of unleashing potential, his style required his offense to overcome his lack of aggressiveness on the O-side of the ball.

What Tony Dungy did do was set a Godly standard and a winning standard.

Listening to these men, I am humbled by their intelligence and athletic intelligence--what do I mean by athletic intelligence..

If you have ever had the privilege of competing with a natural athlete, there is a grace to the natural borne that cannot be duplicated with training for those who don't have it; for those who don't have it and will compete, there is the frank admission of the disparity--and also, the realization that you can still make them work for the win. Plus, they get mad when you make them work for a living; then they get pissed off when you beat them.

Listening to those coaches, I hear the words of men who know how to lead men of both calibers.

Take a top-knotch athelete...a non-coach, will lose--not by technical incompetence--but by losing the men one at a time. Dungy won the men one at a time and Gruden lost them and eventually the team.

Lovey Smith, Hardy Nickerson where "there" when the Bucs sucked and where part of making the bucs not suck--been there done that, they know it can be done and how to do it. That will carry over to the team in both attitude and practice.

Also, we beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh--that is good.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 9:06 PM  

Also, we beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh--that is good.

Well, with that we I guess I am back to following the bucs.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 9:10 PM  

I respect Dungy, But as you said:
I concur that Dungy's lack of offensive competence harmed both the Bucs and the Colts--instead of unleashing potential, his style required his offense to overcome his lack of aggressiveness on the O-side of the ball.
Great DC, lousy OC. I don't do 'Christian' AA either.
Was Tebow ''A Great Christian''? I don't doubt it, but his faith could not compensate for his lack of ability as a QB.
It took an OC head coach to get the Bucs their SB win.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 9:17 PM  

Also, we beat Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh--that is good.
Their very first win there, they have every right to be proud.

Blogger YIH September 28, 2014 9:35 PM  

Following the game on radio. Brees just got picked, and the Cowboys just made them pay 17-0.
If the QB has to run the ball to get yards something is wrong.

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 10:03 PM  


Where you at? NOLA?

(posted from neutral ground)

Anonymous zen0 September 28, 2014 10:05 PM  

@ zen0

Anyway, given the Cowboys need to be a .500 team, tonight they should lose so they can be 2-2.

Shutup, zen0

Anonymous Anonymous September 28, 2014 11:16 PM  

Tony Dungy on twitter:

What was Sean Payton thinking with that fake punt. You have Drew Brees. Let him try to win the game--not your PUNTER!

you never want Tony Dungy go ALL CAPS man, just sayin.

Blogger YIH September 29, 2014 12:41 AM  

FL. About 50 miles north of the halfway point between JAX and MIA right off 95.

Anonymous Aeoli September 29, 2014 1:14 AM  

OT: I wonder about the muticulti effects of the gradual loss of interest in the NFL, if it is understood as our most popular gov-approved outlet for tribal violence.

Minnesotans will lose interest in the Vikings sans Peterson by the end of the season. Sure, they're just Minnesota retards, but what if the SJWs went after Alabama? "Roll Tide".

Anyway, just musing

Anonymous Barko Ramius September 29, 2014 2:49 AM  

Jets suck. Yeah, SOJ, Just end the season..
And again the parasitic sports media are playing their usual game of creating controversy where none exists. You'd think Geno Smith beat down and electrocuted two dozen puppies in an elevator after listening to post game reports round here.
Alot of these reporter have transcended SJW status and have become full blown vampires. Most of them arent even fans of the team yet go after the org like its personal or something. I think it goes back to the controversy surrounding Leon Hess, who was accused of being a nazi and owned a francise of gas stations that gave away cool toys.
What better villian than a nazi, oil tycoon.
I wouldnt mind seeing Vick step in for a series or two but I know any success would send the vamps further off the edge.
Happy pinktober comrades.

Anonymous Josh September 29, 2014 9:31 AM  

but what if the SJWs went after Alabama? "Roll Tide".

Understand that a bama fan killed trees over an iron bowl loss...and that is by no means the worst thing a bama fan has done.

If the SJW's go after bama, they will be utterly destroyed and the brothels of Nevada will see an influx of talent.

Anonymous Anonymous September 29, 2014 11:13 AM  

I wouldnt mind seeing Vick step in for a series or two but I know any success would send the vamps further off the edge.

It was kinda funny watching the CBS talking heads discuss that before the games. The black guy (of course) thought they should play Vick. I don't know what color Geno Smith is, so maybe it's not a racial solidarity thing, but he kept going on about how you don't keep a 'Ferrari' like Vick on the bench. Clearly, he just wanted to watch Vick put on a show; he couldn't care less about the long-term effects on the team.

All the white guys at the table pointed out that you don't bench your future quarterback because you're going through some growing pains. It was like a clinic on differences in future time orientation.

Anonymous Josh September 29, 2014 11:40 AM  

I don't know what color Geno Smith is, so maybe it's not a racial solidarity thing

Geno Smith is black.

Anonymous Daniel September 29, 2014 9:56 PM  

Unbelievable. I'm going to lose this week by 9.

I left about 27 points so far on the bench (Tannehill and KC defense) and while that's assuming KC D keeps up the scoring, that's also assuming that Kelce doesn't catch one more pass or score tonight.

I think this may be my worst benching decision in years, because the D I started (New England) hasn't impressed me all year mostly because the NE offense leaves the D on the field so long, and I snagged Tannehill precisely for weekends like this when the Eagles have to swap coasts and my regular starter Foles is due to score -1...

Rats. Rats I say. Good on Nate for cobbling together a bye-week riddled line-up against a full-strength team with an idiot hc.

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