March 10, 2009

AFC North Headline Of The Day...

Hank Poteat. What's not to like about this guy?

Me, personally, I'm a big fan of his last name, first and foremost. It just makes me giggle like a school girl every time I say it. Beyond that, he's also a PA product (Harrisburg) and a former Pitt Panther. Which makes it really difficult to say the things I'm about to say...

Come on, let's not kid ourselves, here. The Steelers felt he was an expendable commodity at 25. So I'd sure as hell imagine that he's an expendable commodity at 31.

That is, unless you're the Cleveland Browns, who have approximately zero Corners on their roster worth anything more than a bag of balls. Well, alright. Eric Wright, I guess. But close enough.

Not that Hank Poteat is worth much more than a bag of balls. Maybe a bag of balls, a kicking tee and a sweaty practice towel? I don't know. Not important.

Anyways, the Mangina [sic] express indeed rolls on with this latest marquee free agent signing.

It just makes you wonder - if these are the kind of offseason decisions the Browns are making, what was the point of firing Phil Savage and Romeo Crennel?

I mean, hell, those two could've done this blindfolded.


One way or another, you know what this means...


By the way, check this out...

I didn't know the Pirates signed Hines? Weird. But, honestly, could it really hurt them at this point if they did?

These links > Hank Poteat's entire career...

As nerdy as it may be, this is a pretty badass looking PC [Sportsocracy]

If I had lunch with Franco Harris, I could drop dead on the spot and I'd be just fine with that [HHR]

I strongly considered not linking to this because of its use of "Steelers West," but I mean, it is an interview with Bryant McFadden. So I'll begrudgingly make an exception [Sports Radio Interviews]

No idea how one spends $14k at a bar without buying their entire stock of alcohol for the evening, but at least Marion Barber tips appropriately [Sports Crackle Pop]

Oh, LT. You used to be so hardcore. How thou hast fallen [The Sports Hernia]

It doesn't sound like Matt Jones is taking his life very seriously... [Shutdown Corner]

Pacman Jones has now resorted to fighting random dudes on Pros vs. Joes. Steve has asked us all to spare $5 to send Pacman to a remote island far from here, and I stand wholeheartedly behind this initiative [Steve Is Alive]

Nobody wants to buy Mike Vick's house. Gee, no idea why that could be... [Associated Press]

Max Talbot's car commercial > Alex Kvetchkin's car commercial [Sean's Ramblings]

Figuring out how to make t-shirts wearable forwards and backwards isn't exactly as hard as finding the cure for cancer. What gives? [Dug E Fresh Rants]

A salute to the original WAG - Barbie, of course [Rumors and Rants]

9 year olds + guns = bad parenting. But if this were a real equation, 9 year olds = bad parenting - guns. See, mathematics is a lie [WGAL]

This is an awfully precise thing to be torching - 1990 Green Ford Escorts. OCD? [MSNBC]

I could take so many dinosaurs in a fight [Cracked Magazine]

My life had no meaning before I found [Punk Rock News]

Green Day rockumentary imminent [Some Site]

I'm not really amused, Brian Austin Green. You had your time. Now, make way for a real man [The Superficial]

Apparently some model's plastic surgeon spilled acid on her while the two were having sex in the surgeon's office. Damn, how many things can be wrong with one story line? [New York Daily News]

A cast made out of cocaine may be clever, but not clever enough to avoid getting stung by Spanish policia [MSNBC]

Seems pretty simple to understand how this is a bad idea, but hey, what do I know? [FAIL Blog]

Not sure it's possible for me to hate Dr. Phil any more than I already do. But if it is, then I do [E! News]

And lastly, while awesome, I'm pretty sure whoever's responsible for this has WAY too much time on their hands...

That's all for now. Keep it real in the City of Steel, kids.

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tiny350Z said...

That was insane. The cats are hilarious. I was left completely mesmerized.

random asshole said...

I'd consider going to a Pirates game if Ward was playing. I'd definitely go to a Pirates game if Hines got in one of the pierogie suits and raced against those bastards in sausage suits.

Get Fresh Designs said...

That was my elementary school, I have cousins and a nephew that go there. I was surrounded by guns growing up, but I had the fear of my father instilled in me if I ever touched those guns. Plus he had a lock on them.

Parenting Fail.

Noah said...

I love mario paint.