Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback ~ Week Three ~ A Long, Strange Trip and It’s Only Week Three


So, talk about a third odd week. Geez. Rothlesburger hurt, Kaepernick playing like garbage, the Browns are still in a world of hurt–but they tried to make a heckuva comeback. The Steelers won, but might have ultimately lost and the Ravens are 0-3. Ouch.  

But my Bengals won. It wasn’t pretty and it sure wasn’t clean. They soared, then blew it, then redeemed themselves. Talk about drama. Oy, oy, oy.

Let’s switch gears. It’s time for the funny quotes. Are you ready? Here are the Honorable Mentions:

“Got in a little grab.”

Nice to know there’s interest.

“He is all over the place.”

He’s popular. It’s expected that he mingles.

“Comes in with the right hand and he had it to his stomach.”

Messy and ouch. Something just sounds so off here. Grin.

“Looked like he was pulling out of there early.”

That’s a good thing. Better to be safe than sorry. 

“they spread ’em out–they go five wide.”

Wow. That’s a lot of wide and a lot of guys. Wonder if there is video?

Ahem… Back to the point…. 

Now for those quotes of the week. It always amazes me what’s said on television. 

“Watch your back end.”

You never know who else is watching it, too. 

“Big on the interior, not necessarily big around the edges.”

That’s why he’s the belle of the ball. 

“Stood up, driven down. Built up.”

Dom/sub play? Yay! 

“Power on power.”

Wrestling? I see wrestling in the future. 

“Deep pound.”

But it feels like heaven. Do it again! 

“Opens a huge hole.”

Well, its been used quite a few times, so it had better be huge at this point. 

And now for that Doozy of the Week. I’m still reeling from it. Here we go!

“He’ll run it right down your throat.”

Oh my. What’s he running? Is it fun? Painful? I think there should be pictures. 

Always pictures.

Thanks for reading and checking out my thoughts on the games. I’ve got release news and cover art to post this week, so stay tuned!!



Andy Dalton, #14, Quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals
By Melissa Batson (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0

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