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15 Nov 2013
The Magnificent Seven. What have we got for entertainment? 'Phins hugging Dungy on the pavement.
Posted by: Mike Tanier on 15 Nov 2013
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16 Nov 2013, 11:18pm by
The Giants are playing decent D right now. I don't see Tolzien leading the Packers to 22 points. I think the Giants will win by something like 20-10.
I would watch Citizen Jones.
So would I but I would likely applaud at the end.
"Last time we saw a millionaire so obviously regretting all of his purchases and life choices, he dropped a snow globe and keeled over dead."
Made me laugh. If we get a "Touch of Evil" reference in a later column, I'm buying Tanier a tomato pie. Have to be from Hamilton, all the places in Trenton seemed to have moved.
His last words would be "Johnson"
I'd ask Flacco to pass the stuffed shells, but this season, the dish would only get as far as Ray Rice, and then wind up on the ground.
I'm pretty sure Ray (& co) can't manage to get the shells out of the kitchen much less get them to the table.
The Mediocre Eleven
Wow, a 'Chess' reference. Good one, Tanier!
Notice there are no highlights of Joe Kapp with the Patriots.
The Vikings need offensive line help, while the Bears, Lions, and Packers have significant defensive concerns.
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