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I tried to think of a better word than “suckiness” but I just can’t think of one at this point and time. I mean, is the NFC ever going to field a team in the Super Bowl that can follow-up a great year with at least an okay year? Mathematically, the Saints are still in it, yeah, I get that, but seriously, does anybody think that this team on it’s third and fourth string running backs, with a defense that resembles that smelly cheese in your refrigerator drawer, and with a coach who looks like he should be bothering next-door neighbor Mr. Wilson instead of calling plays behind a laminated sheet of crap is going to do anything in the NFL betting playoffs?
I don’t and I love those guys!
What about the Bears? Christ! Here I am cursing on Baby Jesus’ Birthday, as Ricky Bobby from Talladega Nights might say, because…well, because I don’t know what else to write about those guys. They’re bad, man.
Let’s re-cap, shall we?
Coming off of a year in which they made the Super Bowl, the Bears are 6 and 9 against the spread. That’s right, 6 and 9. Losers! Why? Because Lovie Smith, and the rest of the Bears’ management made some of the most questionable decisions in the history of the NFL off-season. Okay, not trading for Donovan McNabb is one thing, but not even thinking of picking up Byron Leftwich after the Jags let him go was just stupid. How about cutting Tank Johnson because of his off the field issues? Yeah, that was great leadership.
Then, waffling between the bastard NFL son that is Brian Greise and the “I’m not really a quarterback but I play one on TV” Rex Grossman was just stupid. All of this while Kyle Orton, the one quarterback on your squad who you have the ability to develop, sits on the bench in no-man’s land.
This has not just been a down year for the Bears it has been a wasted year. They haven’t developed Orton, they got their defensive backs hurt again, and they didn’t get any closer to figuring out what to do with Sexy Rexy. Again – – Losers!
Of course, the Saints weren’t any better this year. They came into this season with the two-headed monster, remember? Deuce “Thunder” McCallister and Reggie “Lightning” Bush? Well, Deuce got hurt which wasn’t his fault, but Reggie? Jesus! Are you kidding me, Becky? If somebody breaths on him the wrong way, Reggie took a knee all year before getting hurt. The guy hasn’t figured out how to play in the NFL odds yet. Well, he’d better hurry because those free meals at Delmonico’s might start ending if he doesn’t start producing.
But, Reggie’s issues weren’t the three biggest problems with the Saints this year. Nope, the three biggest problems had to do with Sean Payton. First, the Saints’ decided to draft Robert Meachem in the first round. That was probably the biggest Becky move of the draft. Instead of going out and grabbing a serviceable line-backer or cornerback, they took a wide receiver that has played, oh, I don’t know, in almost NO games this year! Heck, I don’t even know what the guy looks like!
Then, Genius Boy Patton gets together with Guru G.M. Mickey Loomis and throw 6 million at Jason David. David, coming off of a Super Bowl win with the Indianapolis Colts, somehow becomes the darling cornerback of the free agency period for the Saints. Sean and Mick, the next time you guys want to make a move like that, call me, okay? Ever heard of a former Super Bowl MVP defensive back named Larry Brown? How about Dexter Jackson? Yeah, those guys took teams for a financial ride after the Super Bowl too!
David is terrible. The guy can’t tackle and worse, he can’t play man-to-man defense which, of course, is what the Saints like to play in their defensive secondary. How do you figure that?
But the worst thing about the Saints this year is Sean Payton’s play-calling. Sean loves those screens and reverses and double-reverses. Ever heard of a good old-fashioned five and out, Sean?
The Bears and Saints – – both NFC studies in stupidity and mismanagement.
I can’t wait to see what the Cowboys and Packers do next year!
Until next week, good luck!
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