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26 Dec 2009
This week, learn the Bills' signature play, the new Favre veto rules, and the equalizing force that has brought Tom Brady down to the level of mere mortals. (Hint: It cries.)
Posted by: Mike Tanier on 26 Dec 2009
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27 Dec 2009, 8:06pm by
Happy Fun Paul
" . . . despite the fact that JaMarcus Russell and Derek Anderson are the staring quarterbacks."
'Staring,' like fixated, focused and intent, or like pupils fixed and blown?
It is too easy when they link to the obscure references.
this is a good thing, right?
I love this guy's writing style and wit.
This article made me laugh out loud at times.
"Jerome Harrison’s escape from Eric Mangini’s jumbo doghouse (Harrison was trapped in the basement with the Van Goghs)"
From a Peanuts fan, I thank you, Mike, for your obscure-reference-that-no-one-else-seems-to-have-noticed-yet. (Though if I'm not mistaken, Snoopy only had one Van Gogh, which was later lost in a fire and replaced with an Andrew Wyeth.)
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