In the least surprising twist of the season, the only interesting game of the weekend was the Broncos game.
Does anyone else think it’s a little irresponsible of Tim Tebow to continue to let everyone think that God is responsible for his success? There are already enough people that don’t think they have to work hard to achieve success. The last thing we need is those people being able to use God as an excuse.
If nothing else, the kid clearly works his ass off.
As soon as the Falcons got the safety to go up 2-0 on the Giants, I immediately started rooting for them to never score again. The only thing better than a team finishing a game with two points is a team finishing with four points.
The Lions made a game of it for three quarters. Wasn’t that cute?
Anyone who says they love every single second of being a parent is a dirty, filthy liar. Don’t trust them.
Still, my daughter is the best thing that’s happened to me.
The Bengals-Texans game was on my TV simply because it was football. I had absolutely zero interest in this game. I’m not entirely convinced that the players were into the game.
It doesn’t help that their uniforms look like they were designed by a schizophrenic fourth grader (Bengals) and the most boring fourth grader (Texans) in the class.
The Notre Dame football team did not lose this weekend. In fact, the men’s basketball team beat #10 Louisville, the women’s basketball team beat #2 UConn and the men’s hockey team beat #5 Minnesota. Unfortunately, no one cares.
My prediction for tonight’s BCS Championship game: Alabama 4, LSU 2.
Also, I won’t have a review of The Bachelor for you tomorrow because I’ll be watching the game. Sorry. Tune back in next week.