Monday, July 25, 2011

And Goodell said, "Let there be football." And there was football.

And Goodell saw the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, and it was good: and Goodell united the players and the owners.

And Goodell saw every thing that they had made, and, behold, it was very good.

And the evening of September 8 and the afternoon of September 11 were the first and second day of football season.


I am so ready for some football.

Hope the Jets and Giants don't suck this season.


Anonymous said...

Please don't let the Jets suck!!!


Anonymous said...

Could the NFL kindly ship Mr Goodell to the NBA to slay their ever growing labor dispute dragon as well?

Dave S. said...

I am not necessarily ready for some football - too hot for that.

On the other hand, it is amusing to listen to sports radio in a region whose NFL franchise is as dysfunctional as its fans are delusionally entitled. When discussing the hurry-up activities of teams this week, some guy referred to the advantage of having Dan Snyder around in this situation because of his "experience." I nearly drove into a Jersey barrier.

Not that I have any hope for the Bills either...

J. said...

@Dave S., looks like the 'skins are going to trade McNabb for the Vikings... and don't count the Bills out just yet!

Dave S. said...

Wow, they're getting an entire team for one QB? ;)

As for the Bills, we shall see. It doesn't help that they're in a tough division.

J. said...

@Dave S., I am sure Dan Snyder would love to get the whole team for McNabb, but I meant "to," not "for." ;-P

Ange said...

I must be the worst little Kiwi ever. We're hosting THE World Cup here in a couple of months, the whole country is going crazy for it, and I'm like..."meh!" I think it might be because I have ovaries. Somehow large, grunty men chasing balls don't do a thing for me (with the possible exception of when Daniel Carter models underwear).

Bad little Kiwi!

J. said...

@Ange, LOL! I don't know, Ange. There are some very dishy footballers... ;-)