Tuesday, September 12, 2006

HIGH LIGHT OF THE GAME


I was at the Redskins game with my old man last night. The highlight of the game for me was watching the cheerleaders, that Anabel chick, hubba! hubba! hubba! Thank God she was doing her thing at our side of the stadium. My dad had to smack me over the head a couple of times to have me pay attention to the game. You know what, I have been a Redskins fan ever since I can remember and I think we have a painful long season ahead of us with Mark Brunell at quarterback, he was throwing these pathetic screen passes all night long, he wasn't even checking his second and third go to guys. Enough with my sorry ass analysis but my prediction is going to be as long as Mark Brunelll is at the trigger the skins are going to go 1-3 the first four games 1-3 the next four and 2-2 the following games and 2-2 the final four games to finish off the season 6-10. I am sorry to be so pessimistic but from what I have seen so far it doesn't look pretty, I know it's just only the first game of the season but I am not sure if you can win ball games in the NFL without a consistent quarterback. One thing I know for sure is I could have bought the state of Rhode Island with the money I spent on hot dogs and beers.

Don't forget the homeless.

Mad Cabbie.

5 comments:

Crabbie said...

They'll be okay, but probably won't make the play-offs. 8-8, 7-9, something like that. Good thing they picked up a quarterback in the first round last year, eh?

DC Cab Rider said...

And you'll be wrong! We'll have a winning season. I have faith.

MJ06 said...

Hey in Cleveland were already starting theres always next year business.

Mad Cabbie said...

I don't know crabbie, with a new offensive co ordinater and another new system to learn 8-8 is an uphill battle.

I hope I am wrong DCCR, I am usually an optimistic person but as much trust I have on Joe Gibbs, with the players he got it is going to be a little difficult.

Mj, we've been saying that for the last 14 years, welcome to the club.

lugosi said...

Keep the quarterback. Keep the coach. Fire the owner.