Going up 17 to 0 and ceding 38 barely answered points does not a winner make. What looked like a strong start ended up being 2 lucky plays and a field goal, merely foreplay for the Buccaneer rampage that was to come.
Culpepper is what he used to be but a little worse. A turnover machine and clearly not the answer for the franchise. We knew that, didn’t we? We said he was turnover prone, did we not? We knew he was a ploy to sell tickets. PS. that worked great.
So in the 3rd consecutive game that you couldn’t put on tv due to overwhelming lack of fan interest, you coil a nice steamy loaf right on the middle of Ford Field. A genuine ass whoopin’. And its not going to get a pinch easier. Quite the opposite, the Titans are coming in a few days to really lay one down for Thanksgiving. In other words, although the Titans team won’t be home with their family Thursday afternoon, they will be carving up a turkey of a team. The Colts are on the schedule and they will *need* a win as they got off to a slow start. The only game looking remotely winnable is the Vikings game that we will have to listen to on the radio. And they won’t win that.
So I officially want Rod Marinelli to keep his job to the end of the season. He needs to be there to celebrate history! Millen should be there too. In fact, that may end up the worst thing we’ve seen the organization do in firing him… Millen DESERVES to be a part of this right now. It’s his steaming, fetid pile that he’s put here in this city and on this field. He should be here to bask in his history making event: The Worst Team In NFL History, 0-16. It’s his baby, he should be here to watch it graduate. Maybe we’ll see him at Lambeau when the Pack seals our fate, a fitting title for the worst franchise in NFL history.