Wednesday, September 18, 2013

This is a huge step forward for the Buffalo Bills... (Nonsportsmanlike Conduct!)

... in that their defensive coordinator understands the basics of football, as demonstrated on Twitter:



NFL Press Conferences: MORE USELESS THAN EVER!

On the other hand, I now think tie games should be decided not by overtime, but by each team picking one of their coaching staff to go out and wrestle the chosen coach on the other team.  That would not only be entertaining, but would also be an end to overweight, out-of-shape coaches, which is a longstanding pet peeve of mine.

Here are some coaches:


Jets' Coach Rex Ryan.


Chiefs' coach Andy Reid




Packers' coach Mike "Mike" McCarthy 



And here is the problem with that:

YOU LITERALLY WORK IN AN ATHLETIC FACILITY AND EMPLOY SEVERAL STRENGTH, CONDITIONING, AND NUTRITIONAL COACHES.

I know NFL coaches work long hours (because they are stupid) but they can't fit in a workout here or there? I have a heart condition, five kids, a 50-hour-plus per week job, and SWEETIE, and I still manage to go for a walk 2 or 3 times a week and have lost 20 pounds this year.


UPDATE: PT Dilloway (find his blog here; he's a great author) mentioned Texas Tech's dreamy coach in the comments.

Here's the Texas Tech coach:



He DOES look like Ryan Gosling.

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4 comments:

Pat Dilloway said...

20 pounds? That's awesome. Have you seen Texas Tech's dreamy coach who looks like a Ryan Gosling impersonator? Now that's who female fans would want to see wrasslin other coaches--preferably nude.

Andrew Leon said...

Dude, he does. When I just glanced down the page, I thought that's who you had there.

Rusty Webb said...

I dunno, I'm not sure I can respect a coach that isn't fat. My beloved vols were pretty successful under Phil Fulmer (fat) and stunk under Kiffin (skinny) and Dooley (skinny). The new guy is slightly pudgy, I just hope he gains weight while he's here. Phillip Fulmer lost weight in his later years and the team suffered for it.

Margo Dill said...

So glad I checked out the blog today as I will now have to start DVRing Texas Tech's games.

As always, I was laughing out loud at this post. :)