Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback ~ Week 14

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It’s time for the funnies. I’m not thrilled, though. My Bengals suffered a heck of loss with Dalton being out, but maybe McCarron can pull through for them. The loss to the Steelers sucked, but there’s always next week. Here’s hoping this coming week is much better.

Now for those Honorable Mentions:

“They’ve got two big ones.”

And what are they going to do with them?

“Pile drove him to the ground.”

Is he one of the big ones?

“Flawless arm.”

He makes the big ones very happy with that arm.

“Limited touches.”

Wonder why? Is he dangerous with that flawless arm?

You never know.

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Now onto those Quotes of the Week. Grin. These are a giggle.

“He’s hit six different targets.”

Because he’s just that good.

“Excellent movement in the pocket.”

After hitting six targets, he should be excellent. Just sayin’.

“Gets it out so fast, so good, it’s seamless.”

He’s had lots of practice.

“Went sideways with the body and through that tiny crease.”

Goodness. Just…goodness.

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Now for the Doozy of the Week. Chuckle. It’s kind of dangerous to let me watch football. Not with stuff like this being said.

“Trying to get a double-team going on.”

Seriously.

I want to watch. I do. And maybe record it. But everyone has to want it.

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!!

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