Wednesday, October 09, 2013
"You Got What I Eat" - Snoop Dogg featuring Kate Upton This new Hot Pockets commercial is probably the best commercial for anything ever. And it features a cameo from Lil Bow Weezy.
Have you ever wondered what Mike Francesa's radio show would have been like if it took place in 1776, around the time of the American Revolution. Well wonder no more. Mike Zaun (psuedonym) perfectly captures the essence of Francesa here. He's a jerk, who think he's always right, but in fact is frequently wrong. He drinks a lot of Diet Coke, condescends to callers, and cuts them off (even when they are trying to propose to their girlfriends) and repeats people's names over and over again (like Joe DiMaggio).
Game of the Week and Maybe the Year Denver Broncos 51 Dallas Cowboys 48 The Redskins were not playing. The Chargers-Raiders game was postponed. The Cardinals-Panthers game sucked. There was no reason to do anything else but watch the Broncos and the Cowboys. And if you did, you saw a brilliant game. Tony Romo had a ridiculous game, he chucked the ball all over, he scrambled like a maniac and he hit two huge passes for 161 yards between them. But he wasn't Peyton Manning. It's hard to imagine throwing for 500+ yards and being the second best QB in the game, but Peyton Manning was just masterful. And it wasn't just passing, He ran for a touchdown and no one saw him. Easiest TD in NFL history. Just watching Manning was a thrill. He hit almost every pass, carving up the Cowboys defense. Nearly every pass was perfect. I actually think the game plan hurt the Broncos though, they ran 31 times at barely 3 yards a carry, and they were passing at 10 yards an attempt. I feel like trying to run on first and or second downs sometimes backed up the Broncos into tough spots on third down. Not that it really mattered. The 99 points scored in the 4th most in NFL history for a regulation game. And the record for points by a losing team is 49. What a disappointment for Tony Romo to have not only had a chance to win this amazing game but he only needed 49 more passing yards to breaking the single game record. Instead he threw a bad interception ruining what was already the best game he ever will play.
If the Super Bowl Were Played Today Denver Broncos 51 New Orleans Saints 48 Denver's defense looked horrible, especially allowing two huge passes. You can't get away with allowing receivers to get deep behind you in the playoffs? Isn't that right Denver?