Welp, that game was just a swift kick to the groin, wasn’t it? I mean, honestly, I don’t know whether to laugh or to cry. I mean, I’ve done both after being kicked in the groin before, but it really depended on the severity of the kick. This one was a tear-maker. But all in all, the aftermath was the same.
Hip Hop Loops. Yeah.
One thing I’ve taken from the game is that Eric Berry is a dirty dirty liar. He said he was ready to face Alabama, but he obviously didn’t mean it because Alabama beat him. “Beat him” you ask? Yes. Because obviously the other people on the field aren’t doing anything helpful or productive at all, and it’s up to Eric Berry and Eric Berry alone to bring the team to victory.
Honestly, if I were Eric Berry, I wouldn’t know whether to be happy or not about the situation. On one hand, he’s really the only star on the team, and since the offense sucks, there’s nothing else to talk about positively than the defense, and the brigest star on defense is of course Mr. Berry. On the other hand, because he’s on a team that’s so terrible, the team only gets limited exposure on the likes of ESPN and other sporting outlets.
Apparently part of the recruiting pitch for Eric Berry was that he would be allowed to play on offense. Now, I’m no expert, but when your offense scores 3 points going into the 4th quarter, it might be time for something a bit different, because what you’re doing obviously ain’t working worth a crap. Let’s just let the kid play two ways (because he still is a kid and excitable and doesn’t get all winded from typing like some of us older folks. In fact, just let him play every position at the same time. He can do it. I’ve seen it.
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