Welcome to the worst of the 2011 NFL schedule.
If you are a fan of any of these teams, I'm sorry.
If you are a fan of any of these teams, I feel terrible.
If you are a fan of any of these teams? Are you also an alcoholic?
I'd certainly be.
Anyways, enough with the introduction. The title says it all.
Sit back, relax, and wonder, how great it would be to not have these games on the NFL schedule.
Kickoff is around the corner.
The Cleveland Browns haven't won a championship in 47 years. The Bengals have zero Super Bowl championships.
Need I say more.
Do you really want to watch Jason Campbell vs. Ryan Fitzpatrick?
And if you tell me, either of them is the starting quarterback on your fantasy football team, I'd quit now because it's going to be a long season.
Unless you guarantee me that Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall will do something crazy, I am certainly not staying home on a Sunday afternoon to watch this game.
The only exciting thing about this game is...
(wait for it...wait for it...wait for it)
You'll be waiting for a while. Then again, the only good news is that the suffering of having to actually watch this game will be over by 4:00 EST.
Although Vernon Davis' favorite head coach is no longer around, there has to be someone who new head coach, Jim Harbaugh, can't play with, can't coach, or simply, can't do it.
Don't you think?
Who'd rather watch paint dry?
Let's not all answer at once.
Welcome to a brief edition of "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly."
The Good: One of these teams will finally get their first win of the season.
The Bad: It will be their only win of the season.
The Ugly: This game will actually be played.
The only thing worse than having to watch the Washington Redskins play, is having to watch them play in Buffalo.
Can they play too?
What will Brandon Marshall do this week?
Can we really bet on Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford making it to Week 11 without an injury?
If he's not playing, I'm not watching.
They'll be there, but will you?
Will free agent Ricky Williams be handing out brownies?
That would certainly make this game a little more exciting.
Is this really the Monday Night Football game?
Don't you wish there was an NFL lockout, so you wouldn't have to watch?
Will Raiders owner Al Davis be sleeping by halftime?
I bet you will be.
If you're going to have anyone from the Bills or Broncos roster playing in the finals of your fantasy football league, I wish you the best of luck.
You're going to need it.
With both teams missing out on the 2011 playoffs, this will be nothing more than a meaningless regular season game.
You can take that to the bank.