Friday, August 7, 2009

Friday Morning Fracas: Makin' Posts Outta Nothin' At All

Stuff and junk, after the jump.

The Denver Broncos are close to getting a five-year deal signed with first-round pick Knowshon Moreno. And in Kansas City, it appears that the Chiefs are also close to a five-year deal with fifth overall pick Tyson Jackson.

Speaking of Denver, 13,000 strong booed the Broncos last night, leading head Denver idiots Kyle Orton and Josh McDaniels to say things like, "We have good fans," and "I've been around for a while," respectively. Really, Kyle? Really Josh? Did you guys know they just found the Loch Ness monster, too?

Royals fans: If you can't imagine things being worse than this season, then do not click here to read about what's going on down on the farm. Consider yourselves warned.

If you haven't read this headline about nasty ol' Pig Slapi, peep it. It's a good one.

I mentioned yesterday that there was day baseball on the MLB.TVs. Apparently, there's plenty more of that to come. Hip, hip, hooray! for day baseball.

I remember being stoked when it was announced that the Chiefs would be on HBO's "Hard Knocks." Of course, an unnamed colleague of mine promptly rained on my parade by mentioning that every team that'd been on it immediately had a terrible season, which panned out for them, as well as the previously featured Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens. But...what happens if you put an already shitty team on the program? Like the Cincinnati Bengals? Do they make a Super Bowl run? We shall see.

If you haven't checked in with ol' JoePos recently, he's doing a Yuni watch, and pimping his new book pretty hard core:

Speaking of Joe, put this in your pipe and smoke it.

Oh, boy. We're in for a doozy of a weekend.

And, a giant Gemma Atkinson bikini collection.

Happy Friday, people.


Cecil said...

Chorus: (Makin' posts)

old no. 7 said...

I can make the run or stumble,
I can make the final block;
And I can make every tackle, at the sound of the whistle,
I can make all the stadiums rock.

Signed, Kyle Orton