The Lions: Only one win away from a winning streak. It has happened before.
Holy shit, the Lions won. No typos there. The Detroit Lions actually won a NFL game that counted. That’s the first time anyone can say that since Dec. 23, 2007. Detroit put the beatdown on the Redskins, 19-14, and turned Jim Zorn into this week’s winner of “Most Likely To Be Fired” where the contestants are every human being ever.
If you took the advice of my esteemed colleague Andy Paschen in Week One, you probably brought home the bacon big time and saved your family, house and marriage all in one fell swoop. Wait, you took his advice for all 16 games? Not just the 11 he correctly predicted? Well, that was just dumb on your part. Hopefully, you’re reading this from a free Internet café so you can get through the whole thing before you get booted for mooching too much.
But as we move on to the Week Two picks, we should mention a few things about the first week. One, in the game that matters most to this site, Jay Cutler was hilariously bad. Beyond that really. I understand throwing a shitload of interceptions – that was my M.O. as a high school quarterback – but at least throw them in the general direction of your own players. Truly embarrassing for Bears fans that thought this guy would be the bees’ knees. Hey, by no means is he a bust, it was only one game, but wow. Tough start, eh? Two, the Patriots pulled that one straight out of their ass on Monday night. Looks like Bills fans are ready for another rousing four months of devastating losses and excessive drinking in the cold! Wooo!
That’s enough of the past, however. On to Week Number Two…
Hot sports fire reigned all over the other side of that arch all weekend
By Josh Mosley
The Cardinals are up by more than 10 games in the first weekend of September. Ideally this would make said weekend enough of a success but God gave with two hands this particular year: in this case it was the Missouri Tigers leaving orange and blue skid marks up and down the turf of the Edward Jones Dome on opening weekend of the college football season. Oh and the Rams played this weekend too but that’s not supremely important.
Join me for the pwntastic weekend that was in terms of sports in the state of Missouri. You’ll thank me later. Seriously, you will. Continue reading