Here’s a fun little video review of the game I work on — Quickhit NFL Football — by a young kid. Enjoy!
Tag: NFL football
The 2010 seasons for the Miami Hurricanes and Dolphins have long been over. And now that the college season has wrapped up and the end of the NFL year is nearing its end, it means it’s time to start getting into the NBA and NHL fully while waiting around for things like National Signing Day and the NFL Draft.
And, for me, the NBA and NHL means cheering on the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia Flyers who are both off to solid starts that actually may lead to championships for each of them. It’s still too early to get excited and I tend not to with these teams until they’re up in the final period of a championship clinching game — so I’m enjoying the success but not expecting the elusive dual titles that I missed out on last year with both teams losing in the Finals.
I can, however, get excited about checking out the Boston Celtics dancers and the Philadelphia Flyers ice girls. You can, as well, so enjoy!
I really miss having DirecTV and NFL Sunday Ticket. I hope some day that you can get ST on ANY service provider because I simply cannot have DirecTV at my current residence so it’s not even an option. This is pissing me off something extra fierce today because I’m stuck with two completely horrible games yet again. On one channel, I have the option of watching the Pats v. Texans, which is particularly exciting today because Tom Brady has already been pulled and Brain Hoyer is playing QB. Yeah, quality NFL shit there. My 2nd option? It’s an exciting nail-biter! The Vikes are already up 24-0 on the Giants and it looks like it’s about to get worse and it’s not even half-time yet. Thank you, NFL, for making me watching these two piece of shit games that truly show off the quality of your product. Thank you!
First, let me apologize to anyone who may be reading this that is mentally challenged or are close to someone with a mental disability. I’m sure even the most challenged of individuals could run the Oakland Raiders much better than that senile old fool Al Davis. Sure, he WAS a legend and the NFL owes him a lot of gratitude in what he’s done for the game of football and for the league during his lifetime. But, damn, the dude has lost all of his marbles.
Most of his tirade about Kiffin in yesterday’s press conference didn’t make any sense at all and he often contradicted himself in the same damn sentence. He physically handed him the letter, but then says he FedEx’d it? What the fuck, dude? Make up your Mr. Burns-esque ancient damaged mind. He’s clearly the problem with the Oakland Raiders and the team will continue to be one of the laughingstocks of the entire league until he finally dies. However, that will probably never happen, as he’ll likely still be running the Raiders into the ground 500 years from now while he’s nothing but a talking head like in Futurama.
My hope is that Kiffin ends up coaching the Kansas City Chiefs next year and starts beating the crap out of the Raiders every year just like Shanahan and the Denver Broncos. It would be completely befitting and proof that there is indeed a God out there.
Today’s blowout win by the Dolphins over the New England Patriots was extra special because I’m living in Boston and working in Foxboro these days and am surrounded by Pats fans wherever I go. And we just didn’t beat them, we gave them an old fashioned ass whooping and pretty much embarassed them. I kind of wish I would’ve gotten some tickets to see the game in person cause that would’ve been quite entertaining to see. So, my real teams are 2-0 this weekend but my fantasy team is going to lose and I’ll fall to 2-1.
Yeah, staying in tonight so no cute college girls. Pretty bored cause OSU kinda sucks and USC is killing them so this game isn’t really all that interesting even though I tend to enjoy seeing the suckeyes get spanked. Didn’t even get to see naked girl change in the other building. Oh, well, hopefully the NFL games are more fun tomorrow cause the college games really sucked today.