Sunday, September 06, 2009

Two-thirds of the World is Covered by Water

The rest is covered by Sean Smith.

Go Dolphins!!!


Diabolical Genius said...

Very nice.

Rich said...

I wanted to see if it would work.

Also, congrats to Ga. Tech yesterday. They were big winners!

Diabolical Genius said...

Yeah thanks, we showed that FCS school without their starting QB a thing or two.

Quick turnaround to Thurs ESPN game with the Rock Rubbers now.

Rich said...

Are you saying you'd rather have lost to that school without their starting QB? Would that have made you happier ~ giving you something additional to complain about?

Are you just poking at your own players for having to go and beat a school that's on their schedule? Giving it to your athletic department or school for scheduling at least a couple cupcakes like every other team in college football does?

Or are you just backhanding me for congratulating you on your team winning because I congratulated you for beating said cupcake?

I can take it back, if you prefer, but I did mean it. AU played La. Tech and probably should have won. They did. I'm very happy.

Also, good luck on Thursday, unless you might want me to take that back, too? ;)

Rich said...

Oh, and thanks for the "Very nice" on Sean Smith's INT. Personally, I thought it was:


But I loved it all the same. A rookie doing that... oh, if it was only more than a preseason game. Sigh.

And just to answer the unasked question:

Yes, this was the same Sean Smith from Utah that single-handedly beat the nefarious and traitrous Nick Saban and hisband of evil Crimson Tiders last year in the Sugar Bowl, doing this with hands tied behind his back, mouth gagged, and feet bound. And it wasn't close.

Even Brett, and you know how cynical Brett is, has declared Sean Smith's impending NFL Hall of Fame induction a foregone conclusion... well, you know what I mean -- barring decapitation or anything worse than that.

Diabolical Genius said...

Looks like I should go pick up Miami's D for my fantasy team, then.

Who cares that they face Ryan, P. Manning, and Rivers the first 3 weeks.

When Smith shuts the 3 of them down, imagine the HOF fervor.

Rich said...

Precisely, Robin.

Diabolical Genius said...

OK, I'm now the proud owner of the Miami Dolphins Defense. And they're ready to go Week 1.

I sure hope you're right.

Rich said...

Well, when Sean Smith sets the record in Week 1 for 17 interceptions in one NFL game, I guess you owe me lunch.