Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback ~ Week 4 (Really Late, but Present)


Week four is in the books. I’m late to get the quotes up, but that shouldn’t shock anyone much. The Browns fell apart. The Bengals seem to be going strong, but with all the chatter about how good they are, you know the fall is coming.  At least they’re good for drama. 

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

“A little stick route.”

Does that mean when you go down that road, you’re going to find a guy who isn’t well-endowed?

“Continuing to go to the tight end.”

Well, if one of the guys is small, then a tight end would be a good slot B.

“Trouble in the pocket.”

I guess they just don’t fit right.

“The technology is surely slipping.”

Huh. Sounds like the viagra isn’t working too well. Or it’s unreliable.  

“He tried to get it in there but he’s under pressure.”

So the little blue pills aren’t working, he’s small and the other guy is tight…Sounds like all sorts of bad going on. Hope they get it corrected. 

Hey, it’s always interesting when I listen to the football games. 

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

“He zips that one in there.”

Guess he got his fitting issues from last week sorted out. 

“He can zip it.”

Sounds like he’s very skilled or well-oiled. 

“Some arms never die.”

Does that mean there are zombie arms wandering around refusing to die and plaguing the area? I need to know so if I have to get my zombie kit, I can and am prepared. 

“Able to just find his way inside.”

With what? His arm? Something else? Or does this have to do with the zipping? 

“That’s big–Five guys up front.”

They’ve lined up for the zipping! 

“Just a little dump off.”

Guess that means he wasn’t allowed to the five-some. 

And now for that Doozy of the Week. This time around, I’m opening up the Doozy to my good friend and fellow author, Jocelyn Dex. Gotta give her big credit for this quote. Plus, she’s an awesome person and friend. 

“He’s high and hard.”

He must be in his mid-twenties and still a stallion. High and hard. Bet he’s popular, too. Bet he shows off his hard all over town. Just seems like that kind of guy. 

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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