Fishing For Answers

After a dismal game in San Francisco and six games into the 2010 season the fans and media are starting to smell rotten fish carcasses. Below in no particular order are players that are floating belly up at the surface.

Chris Johnson – He’s also been filleted and barbequed.
Tyvon Branch – Filleted and grilled
Stanford Routt – Filleted and baked
Trevor Scott – Tail has been chopped off.
Tommy Kelly – Slimmed down, but just as bad at swimming.
Jason Campbell – Cheapest fish on the fish counter, tastes funny.
Mario Henderson – Fins malfunctioned.
Cooper Carlisle – Pet fish of Tom Cable, but it died and he can’t bring himself to remove it from the tank.
Langston Walker – Only swims upside down.
Darrius Heyward-Bey – Torpedo! Wait, it missed the boat.
Louis Murphy – Discount fish, marked down because it is sometimes good and sometimes not so good.
Johnnie Lee-Higgins – A fisherman hit him on the head with a bat and he hasn’t been the same since.

Posted in Uncategorized

Twitter

  • @ChiefsReporter All about getting the ball to your playmakers.
    about 3 hours ago
  • Rams, Chargers, Raiders all need stadium and are interested in L.A. I still figure 2 of the 3 end up there.
    about 3 hours ago
  • RT @caplannfl: It's getting serious....#NFL to survey L.A. market in possible step toward team relocation http://t.co/ul9jIGboKC
    about 3 hours ago
  • #Chargers and Rivers are going deep more likely because defenses are rolling safety down to better defend Allen and Gates.
    about 3 hours ago
  • @EricStangel The type of blitz I don't have the numbers on. Possible defenses are playing more single-high to take away Gates/Allen.
    about 3 hours ago