Girl Scout Cookies

January 7, 2011 by staff 

Girl Scout Cookies, If you root for one of eight teams scheduled to play the Wild Card Weekend, you probably have your shirt in the washing of luck and have already made an excuse for why you cannot do something that is going to the same time as your game

“I have not felt the greatest” and “I have to work” are the most popular answers when someone calls a fan irreducible to dinner at the wrong time.

Even if your team has not made the playoffs or had a bye in the first round, you can hang the “Do Not Disturb” sign on your front door on Saturday and Sunday. You might be interested in the Girl Scout cookies Monday. You will have time to decide on which magazine you want to order on Tuesday.

No game tomorrow Saints-Seahawks is worthy of pay-per-view, but I wonder what the high rollers think about defending champions on 11 points on the road to a team that is better known to fans of his players. If you think Seattle in 0500 is a joke record, New Orleans – New Ahlin pronounced – is just 6-10 against the spread this season.

I’m going to side with the oppressed, just so I do not see another “Geaux Saints” sign.

This will be followed by the main event this weekend, which is a cover of the AFC Championship last year. You can get to without a doubt the best quarterback or the coach who never made each other

Sound boring interview.
I just wanted to see Rex Ryan on the podium and imitate Peyton Manning. You know, pretending to be in the shotgun, walked toward the line of scrimmage and make a series of odd hand gestures.

Horseshoes are three-point favorites at home, but Michael Silver and Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports has both the JETS win by a field goal instead. And I know what you think – “Who are they?”

When the game ends around 11 hours is OK to hand off the remote control to someone else in the house. You’ll probably end up dreaming which player your team will be in the upcoming project or what are your options will be the tailgate party on Sunday.

A couple of hamburgers? A few cold? Maybe even a little cheese and crackers?

I just hope they have Ray Lewis “microphones” during the showdown Ravens-Chiefs. And I’m willing to maintain for so long, just so I do not miss all the magic of Michael Vick in the Packers-Eagles game.

During breaks in the action, telling me they will not show ads Wranglers. And I do not really want to hear about Brett Favre scandal sexting or what he did with massage therapists.

Apart from an Ave Maria by the Jags and stifle job by the G-men, the regular season will be marked mainly by aging and the signal caller illegal hits. I guess the coaches just fire is there, too.

On Thursday evening, I asked six experts to Holland Gymnasium in Bellows Falls to give me their Super Bowl. Four of them took the Patriots to win it all, including Bellows Falls Athletic Director Ian Fraunfelder; Terriers fan Laurie Rowell, the referee Jeff Houle and visiting coach Chris Brown. They beat the Patriots the Eagles, Saints, Packers and Eagles, respectively.

Bellows Falls girls soccer coach John Broadley – yes, he also likes football – has predicted that the Ravens will beat Green Bay on February 6 in Big D. Bellows Falls boys basketball coach Evan Chadwick also visited a branch, taking the Seahawks run New England in the final.

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