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Livinginthe past
09-06-2006, 06:47 PM
Always some laughs guaranteed with the Brushback crew.

http://thebrushback.com/afcpreview.htm

Some highlights include

Question Mark:
Can the Colts get the monkey off their back this year and win a Super Bowl? Probably. I don’t think the monkey would be shedding any tears to get away from them anyway.

Strength:
Cornerback Pacman Jones has loads of talent, but he’s completely batshit. Somebody should sit him down and explain to him that being an NFL player is a privilege, not a right. Then they should back away slowly without making any sudden movements.

Outlook:
The Bengals are hoping Frostee Rucker has put his raping days behind him. So are the women of Cincinnati.

Enjoy.

NM

CantStop85
09-06-2006, 07:00 PM
Everyone wants to know the best way to defend Larry Johnson. Well, he has kneecaps doesn’t he? Put you’re helmet there, then get another guy to tackle him from behind. He’ll snap right in half. It’s really not that much different than what the Broncos' offensive line does.
Very true.

clevestinks
09-06-2006, 08:44 PM
Totally absurd but truly funny

BBC
09-06-2006, 09:51 PM
Strength:
The Patriots made a lot moves in the offseason, like letting the greatest field goal kicker in history go to their main rival and signing Jonathan Sullivan. But will moves alone get them to the Super Bowl?

Question Mark:
The big question mark is the running back position, where Corey Dillon is beat-up and Laurence Maroney is from Minnesota. Kevin Faulk is a game-changer, though, when he makes those crucial fumbles.

Question Mark:
If Chad Johnson really wants to keep busy, he should do a touchdown dance every time the other team scores. At that point he?ll be dancing more than the cast of Rent, and he?ll look twice as gay.

The Ravens have gone through 23 different quarterbacks during the Brian Billick era. Steve McNair is number 24. The record is 26 by the Chicago Bears, who did it all in one season.

:sofunny:

boLT fan
09-09-2006, 09:16 PM
Phillip Rivers has spent the last three years learning the offense, studying tape, and working on his mechanics with the coaching staff. If he’s not a halfway decent quarterback by now, it’s safe to say he’s probably retarded. <- Personal favorite :sofunny:

And basically every one for the Bengals was funny.