Monday Morning Armchair Quarterback, Regular Season, Week 10 #football #funny @meganslayer

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Well, poo. It’s not our time. Just not. Ejections, losses… oy.

Let’s launch right into the Honorable Mentions because it’s time to laugh. I need a few.

“Draws the defense inside and they get comfy in there.” 

Better than tearing it all up.

“They’ve done it all different ways.”

Variety is the spice of life.

“The center just rises up.”

He’s fun when he’s hard.

“Force him in positions he doesn’t want.”

That’s not nice.

Now for the Quotes from Week 10. Sometimes…yeah, just think before you speak. This is live TV.

“Comfortable in the pocket.”

He knows where he likes.

“Packages!”

Is that the new name for it?

“Rotate in a fresh body.”

Hinky!

“Just in the pocket and seeing what’s there.”

Lots of pocket action today.

“A big player in there.”

But no one’s complaining.

Now for the Doozy of the Week. There is always one quote that just…blows the mind. This one is a real ringer. 

“Stuffed up the middle with two tight ends.”

Muwhahahahahaha! Sometimes the simple answer is the funniest. He got what he wanted.

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Side notes:

  • Once they get stuck on a word, like lumber, they don’t stop.
  • Once they pick a favorite, they don’t budge. I guess they’re all stuck in ruts.

**Here’s to a good season, less CTE, more great plays and lots of fun! My Bengals are starting to look better. Whew. Oh, and WHO DEY!**

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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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