Monday, September 11, 2006

WIP Morons

was flipping radio stations on the way to work this morning to hear this garbage from rhea hughes as they were talking about how eli manning continues to make bad decisions and force balls into coverage

[sarcasm on] "yeah, and it's a good thing donovan never does that" [sarcasm off]

actually, rhea, in fact donovan does never do that. at least as "never" as anyone who has ever played the game.

fact - mcnabb is second *ALL-TIME* in lowest interception rate for QBs

fact - mcnabb ranked second best among starting QBs last season in the football scientist's "bad decision percentage"

oh, but facts don't matter when you have an agenda to push. rotten b*tch.



Blogger HammRadio said...

In fact... when Dononvan throws those... inaccurate balls in the dirt... often... he's doing that to avoid throwing an interception. It also avoids a chance at completion. But Reid's priority is NO TURNOVERS. And typically Donovan makes those decisions.

The interceptions in the playoffs, have been Donovan trying to FORCE plays when trying to come back from behind because the defense couldn't hold a lead... OR... in adequate ability of receivers to break free of the coverage to fight for the ball.

10:32 AM EDT  
Blogger The Big Dog said...

Wow, you nailed this...Rhea is totally, totally, totally actually is embarrassing letting her speak about football....and Angelo is just as bad, but Rhea doesn't know football and shouldn't be commenting on it....during the season I would just let Hugh and G Cobb talk football and have R Diddy mandatoraly speak more's a list of who is allowed to comment on football:
R Diddy
G Cobb
Paul Jolowitz (he's not that bad)
Glen Macnow

Here's who can't:
Steve Martorano (he's just horrible)

Pete, I still think the Texans should have leveraged that pick to move down and get another player....I think that they could have done that and drafted D'Brickshaw or Mario Williams and have gotten a pick or a player

10:37 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Getting mad at Rhea, Angelo, Howard or any of the other dopes on WIP is akin to getting mad at James Woods because he plays a nasty sort in a B Movie.

2:14 PM EDT  
Blogger The Mean Guy said...

i don't believe any of them are smart enough to be playing a role. what you see is what you get with that crew -- petty and not at all knowledgeable about sports.

2:23 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's why you stay with Jody Mac on 950 for the ride home and Mike and Mike on 920 for the ride in gents. 610 am show is horrible, no one there (including Hugh Big Dog) has a clue what they're talking about. Just a negative bee hive of BS. Howard occasionally has insight due to his connections, but he is a small, nasty man who should not have his own show.


2:27 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To anonymous above;

Wrong. Whereas James Woods portrays characters, WIP commentators are supposed to be journalists and base their statements on facts.

- Joe

2:28 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Joe -

Don't be silly. The commentators at WIP make a point to tell you that they're NOT journalists all the time. For lack of a better description, they're entertainers.

Peeling the onion a little deeper, why would anyone care what a DOPE thinks?

5:21 PM EDT  
Blogger The Mean Guy said...

Peeling the onion a little deeper, why would anyone care what a DOPE thinks?

i don't care what those dopes think per se, but i do care how they reflect on me as an eagles fan and how they reflect on my city. also, like it or not, they do have a surprisingly powerful influence on the rank and file eagles fans, which in turn, can impact the playing experience of some of our key players.

9:15 PM EDT  
Anonymous me-was said...

You're onto something with respect to WIP's drumbeat's having an effect on key players. It's a shame, isn't it? But if Donovan's performance is shaken by Rhea Hughes (fake teeth, fake nose, fake breasts), then he probably isn't qualified to lead the Eagles, is he?

9:38 PM EDT  

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