Posted on: October 7, 2008 2:28 am



Glass half full prediction:

6-10. Thats right: How you ask? Based on the way weve played against The Giants/Cowboys, that thing in the middle by Fitzpatfiz (Any human with a name like that shouldnt even be in the NFL) doesnt count, we win the next three games: At Jets/Home against the Steel-Girls, and at Texans. Thats 3-5, but dont rush out and get those playoff ticks just yet, because we loose the next three: JAGS/BEAGLES/and of course Big Ben continues his Ohio run with a win in Cincy, that 3-8. Next we payback Facko and the dirty birds, sack his slow butT 7 times and get our only blowout of the year, that leaves us at 4-8.  We loose in the Oil can In Indy(wont it be nice, when we finally win there someday? try 2012 when that first round draft pick we get in 2010 has a big game and peyton is retired ) and we loose in a competitive game at home to the Ol Hogs of D.C. Thats 4-10, but have now worries Whodeys sweet revenge on Cleveland again knowcking them out of Postseason and winning at KC, in the Toilet Bowl, that will find more Bearcat fans watching UC in the Canadian Bacon Bowl vs the Tulane Greenies. Thats 6-10.

This all of course depends on one thing: PALMER STARTS ALL THE REMAINING GAMES! And thats Palmer Sr not JR, and by the way how bad is Palmer JR?... he cant be worse than Fitzpatjoke, right?

Glass half empty:

Palmer gets knocked out, We only win 4 games At Houston/Tide turns We knock out Big Ben, Rivers intercepts him twice, Steel Girls go down in Cincy/Dirty Birds In Cincy/and KC. Thats 4-12, whoa, what about Brownies? Ok 5-11.

If all this goes to poop, and we dont win any or ok ...one against Cleveland how much longer does Coach Lewis have. Dont get me wrong I dont want him to go, but someone has to, and This team Is Mike Browns dady Pauls legacy and he will never let it go. Isnt his daughter supposed to be running this thing, (sorry girls) damn women drivers, put down the damn cell phones and go! ;)

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