Arizona Cardinals Are Going To The Superbowl And Jesus Is Happy
Of course I had the Arizona Cardinals as my preseason pick to go to the Super Bowl.
With the help of Kurt Warner's favorite drinking buddy, The Lord, the Cardinals were able to hold off a late Eagles surge and pave their way to the Home of Hooters, Tampa, FL.
I am truly believing that Kurt Warner has been given the green light from Jesus Christ to maneuver his way into yet another Super Bowl.
Warner, who will be making his first appearance in the Super Bowl since February 2002, when his St. Louis Rams were upset by New England and Stetson Man, Tom Brady in New Orleans.
They will face the Pittsburgh Steelers and their vaunted faithful allegiance of Thousands of Pittsburgh fans nationwide who will be annoying as hell wearing that damn Yellow and Black, whom they ripped off of the great Tag Team duo, The Killer Bee's.
Some Hump Musings~
We officially have a Man Crush on this dude. He is an absolute beast. Fitzgerald's 419 yards receiving broke Jerry Rice's one-year playoff record of 408 yards, set in 1988 (The same year that Cameo's Hit Single, Word Up was rocking the charts).
And his three-touchdown catches against the Eagles tied another playoff record, and set the mark for most receiving scores in one half.
Larry is Legend.
These guys are a wrecking Ball of a crew. Troy Polamalu is a video game character. This guy throws his body around like a rag doll. (*Note~I never knew what a rag doll was and why it has been consistently being tossed around?) The only way to contain Mr. Polamalu is to yank on those locks of hair dude.
Somewhere, Somehow, Neil Lomax is going to be interviewed about the stretch of Cardinals mediocrity over the past 30 years. I am sure Mr. Lomax is somewhere playing golf wishing that he had one crack at a Super Bowl ring.
He is a pretty bad ass golfer on that Celebrity/Pro-Athlete golf tour. Lomax is the president of ProMax Event Management and is an avid golfer and a devout Christian (see-Kurt Warner).
For the 2005 OSAA Football season, Lomax served as offensive coordinator and quarterback coach for the Tigard High School Tigers in Tigard, Oregon. He was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1993 and into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996. Thanks Wikipedia!
I wasn't sure if you caught it, but apparently a show called The Mentalist was playing after the Ravens/Steelers game? Jesus Effen Christ did they run that commercial about 974 times last night. Well, it worked, because I tuned in and sat through an episode. Damn them Mainstream media outlets for making me watch these lame duck Crime drama's.
Simon Baker is the lead and stars as Patrick Jane, an independent consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI), who has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes by using his razor sharp skills of observation.
He also makes frequent use of his mentalist abilities to lead witnesses or offenders into offering the actual facts of the case, as known only to them. Clever CBS, and pretty sneaky sis.
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