Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback ~ Playoffs Edition

I haven’t posted these in a while and I’m sorry. Last week and this one have been…tough. A loss to the Steelers, then a brutal loss to the Colts…not good. But the season is over. We had too many players get hurt and it just wasn’t meant to be to get past game one of the playoffs. There’s always next year.
 
So since there are still more playoff games to watch and quotes to gather, here are the honorable Mentions from last week: 
“this is where his legs can hurt you.”
What exactly is he doing with them that he can do that? Scissor kicks?
“gonna pull out and trap him.”
If you’re pulling out, then there’s a chance the trap you’re trying to set won’t work.
“talking about the weapons.”
he is hung like a horse.
“professional bump and run specialists.”
Good. A professional was needed on that dance floor.
Are you hearing the ‘boots and pants’ line from the Geico commercial after that last quote? I am. *G* 
Now on to those football funnies of the week.
“They’re coming from everywhere.”
Kinky and messy…and really impressive on the timing.
“Pocket not clean.”
Ew. Just…ew.
“Get some relief from the young receivers.”
They last longer anyway.
“One of the great tight end receivers.”
Who is offering that relief. Nice.
“Beat down.”
The new receiver got the beat down? That’s not nice.
“No room in the box.”
There is beating down happening. I wouldn’t want any in the box.
And now for that Doozy of the Week. I love these. These are so much fun.
“First penetration to get it going.”
There’s that conga line thing. I guess someone has to start the party. Volunteers?
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Since you’re reading this, I’ll bring this up. There’s a Bengals player whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer. A portion of his jersey sales are being donated to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to help with cancer research. It’s a great cause. I’ve ordered mine. Want to know more?
Thank you!
Andy Dalton, #14, Quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals
By Melissa Batson (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0
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