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"The Steelers have the best uniforms in football. The color scheme is cool and I love that the logo is only on one side of the helmet. Because of the Steelers' uniforms being so cool, the AFC North narrowly avoids being the ugliest-dressed division in football."
Here is the rest... this guy is usually pretty funny.
11-09-2005, 04:25 PM
I always liked Jay on his show, on the Jim Rome show also, now I like him even more, and couldn`t agree with him more
11-09-2005, 05:58 PM
The AFC North is home to two of the ugliest unis in the game. The Bengals' uniforms look like my son's pajamas. If a group of Bengals players came to my door step I would expect them to all yell, "Trick or treat!" Again, orange is not the best color for football. It is downright sad when a fan paints his face on game day. But painting your face bright orange with stripes should put you in either a mental hospital or a preschool.
One team (the Browns) has nothing on its helmets. The Browns make my short list of ugliest NFL uniforms. Brown and orange are not colors for a football player. They are colors for a person who works at Burger King. When the Browns wear their home jerseys, the offensive linemen look like a collection of UPS trucks. Except UPS is faster.
11-12-2005, 06:51 PM
Jay got it all right but the Ravens part. Purple is fine for prom dresses and gay fake dinosaurs, but has no business being in the NFL...Hell, even Northwestern makes their purple more like blue.
Steel - X
11-16-2005, 05:00 PM
Would love to see the "Jay Mohr's" classic all black with black visors. Nice
I think that the Steelers should wear black pants at home on certain occations...
Jay Mohr on the backup quarterback...
Being a quarterback in the NFL is a hazardous occupation these days. Scan the injury report each week and you will find it littered more and more frequently with the bodies of starting quarterbacks. And why wouldn't they be hurt? What other job in America calls for a person to be mauled by 330-pound men while others cheer? Being a quarterback during a linebacker blitz must be what it feels like to be the new guy in prison.
For every Ben Rothlisberger, there is a Brooks Bollinger. Big Ben parlayed his shot at the big-time into super stardom. Bollinger parlayed his shot into blood in his urine and sore ribs. Last year, Bollinger lived in general anonymity. He saw a sliver of playing time in Week 11 and completed 5 of 9 passes. New Yorkers nodded their heads and murmured, "Not bad." This year, after playing in four games for the Jets, Bollinger has been sacked 12 times, has thrown four interceptions and has New Yorkers shaking their heads and murmuring, "Not good!"
Here is the rest, good read. I like Jay Mohr...
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