Archive for November, 2011

Favorite Tweet O’ The Week

Posted: November 29, 2011 by hofworthy in Favorite Tweet O' The Week, NFL

These 3 by @OfficialReview made me laugh. Anything ripping on Andy brings a smile to my face nowadays.

@OfficialReview (Arie & Al)
“This Castillo defense does not stand a chance against Brady and the Patriots. It’s like Andy Reid vs. Mashed Potatoes. #Eagles”

“Andy Reid is out of magic…and consequently, out of his pocket Chicken Nuggets. #Eagles #Patriots”

“I haven’t seen Tom Brady that mad since the lady at the spa forgot the pumice during his foot massage.”

Check out the following tweet back and forth between Shane Victorino and Jimmy Rollins:

“BLACK FRIDAY in Maui set to begin heads up WALMART……..! Who’s there? Please be careful!”

“@ShaneVictorino you going to load up on some spam?!!!!

“@JimmyRollins11 already on order…..thinking of getting some pineapple for me and watermelon for you? Cool?”

This tweet interaction by the two teammates was funny mostly because of the responses from people. Many of the twitter replies were ragging on @ShaneVictorino for being a racist.  But who really started the racially insensitive comments?  What do you think?  Was @ShaneVictorino’s response in context of the banter back and forth or was it out of line?


Favorite Tweet O’ The Week

Posted: November 22, 2011 by hofworthy in Favorite Tweet O' The Week, NFL, Uncategorized


“Chris Canty’s helmet was a bit more expensive, but he figured he’d recoup the cost during his offseason bee-keeping.”


This is just a weird looking helmet. Surprised that Chris Collinsworth and Al Michaels didn’t make a bigger deal on Sunday Night Football. Reminds me of a fake Snake Eyes mask from G.I. Joe. Come to think of it, my kids would love this. If Canty were really good, I think this could catch on in college and high school. Then we’d have an army of little Snake Eyes in our schools. To: Chris Canty’s Agent, call me.

Honorable Mentions:

“Chris Canty: welder or fencer?”
“Luke, Chris Canty is your Father.”

“I must say I’m proud of the people of Philly tonight, marching around the city in protest of Andy Reid’s performance #occupyphilly #fireandy”

All-Ugly Team – Twin Edition – OL/OT

Posted: November 21, 2011 by hofworthy in All Ugly Team, NFL

Pat and Paul McQuistan (OL/OT)

Pat McQuistan (OL)

Paul McQuistan (OT)

Yikes, these baby boys fell off the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down. Sort of like the Anti-Doublemint gum twins.

Thanks for the recommendation from our friend Josh Brown (! He’s a soon-to-be suit wearing lawyer! Check out his blog for free tips on how to sue somebody.

The NFL’s All-Ugly Team

Posted: November 20, 2011 by hofworthy in All Ugly Team, NFL

Marshawn Lynch

‘Nuff Said

There is no doubt that Marshawn Lynch is a card carrying member of the NFL’s All-Ugly Team. In fact, he’s actually our spokesperson. He knows he’s ugly, but he just doesn’t care. He flaunts it.

“Sure he’s got some money now, but boy is he ugly.” ~ Marshawn Lynch’s Mom

As the pictures show above, it takes work to look this bad.

Andy Reid Must Go

Posted: November 16, 2011 by hofworthy in NFL

Flashback: Last season (2010), the Philadelphia Eagles, were 10-4 through 15 weeks. The tenth win came after a miraculous comeback capped by a stunning DeSean Jackson punt return for a touchdown as time expired against conference rivals the New York Giants. All seemed well in Philadelphia. The Eagles had swept the Giants for the season when they had been battling back and forth with the G-men for the conference lead. It seemed as if the Eagles would easily finish up the season with victories at home against the lowly Vikings and Cowboys. Alas, that wasn’t to be. The Joe Webb (who?) led Minnesota Vikings came into Philly and handed the thought-to-be high flying Eagles a 10 point loss. The following Sunday, the hated Cowboys, and yet another backup QB, Stephen McGee (yep, THAT Stephen McGee), handed the Eagles their sixth loss on the season. In week one of the playoffs the Eagles played from behind the entire game succumbing to the eventual Super Bowl Champs, the Green Bay Packers.