Thursday, January 14, 2010

Bloggs must be broke

I reckon this blog site must be broken or maybe it is just my old pc that is froze up.
Just to see if it still works, I'll throw ole John a pass and see if he catches it. Hey John, I
think Bret is twice the quarterback Tony is and the DALLAS COWBOYS will bite the chalk dust
this week. And all three of Dallas's running backs together don't make one Adrian Peterson.
Dallas 3--Vikings 34....

5 Comments:

At January 15, 2010 at 5:30 PM , Blogger John Inman said...

I happen to think you're wrong. You may be correct about Adrian Peterson, but the Cowboys are on a high right now and I think they might go even higher. Guess I caught that pass, huh? Good throw, Colin ... high, accurate, good velocity, nice spiral. You can't ask for much more. Your PC is not frozen up. I suppose folks could be just like me, tired of blogging and having very few people comment on them. It kinda makes you wonder if anybody is reading.

 
At January 15, 2010 at 11:24 PM , Blogger Kathy Bain Dunn said...

So, I've been buried at work .... The Vikings are playing Dallas this week? This is the first year in a forever long time that I have watched NFL and been a fan. I liked watching Minnesota and Dallas! I think Vikings are way more fun to watch .... however, Dallas is on a roll and I think I'll root for the Cowboys. But since it's my first year to care in a long time, I reserve the right to change my mind based on who is winning!!

 
At January 16, 2010 at 8:44 AM , Blogger Glen Lazalier said...

Collin,

John is right--it's not broken but it can be discouraging to write a blog and get little or no response. In my case, I've been too busy working to write one or maybe I just have writer's block or maybe I'm just out of ideas for a while. But, I really enjoy reading other people's blogs so keep on writing them!

As for the NFL, I enjoy watching the games at a "micro" level. I'll pick out a position, say defensive end, and grade the performance of the two team's players. I usually don't care who wins so long as the "small" contests at the positions are competitive. Most people watch the ball and the backs but by watching the other players intensively it is possible to see a lot of things that never get the attention of the commentators.

 
At January 17, 2010 at 4:51 PM , Blogger Chuck Hudlow said...

Okay, Colin, I give up, too,....since it's about an hour after the game finished (and I couldn't stand to watch the last 10 minutes).

I wasn't as brave as Kathy...I wouldn't print what I was thinking after reading your blog. I just knew the Cowboys were going to show up for this game and prove that they were for real. And like Kathy, I'm going to be rooting for the Vikings the rest of the way because I like Favre and Peterson.

Sorry, Charlotte...I know your Saints are good, but I've gotta go with Minnesota the rest of the way.

I'm impressed with your score prediction, also, Colin. You're good!

 
At January 17, 2010 at 10:37 PM , Blogger colin said...

Charlotte who?
Glen I watch football like you do; especially watching college games.
I know you were a former lineman and learned how to read blockers and pressure and by watching what the linemen do one can pretty much know what play is going to develop. Much of the time offensive linemen telegraph whether it is a pass or run even before the ball is snapped by how they get in their stance if you know what to look for; huh?

 

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