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    Thursday, September 18, 2008

    Hey everybody, come listen to the idiot!

    I knew it. Something was missing. That certain intangible that arrives just in the nick of time when the Patriots need motivation. Enter Joey Porter. The Miami Dolphins linebacker that helped them go 1-15 last season and off to a shotgun 0-2 start this year.

    Here is what Joey had to say about this weeks game. "It'll be good to go out and get our first victory." When asked how difficult it would be to prepare for Matt Cassel, who he's never played against, Porter said, "If it's not Tom Brady, it shouldn't be that hard."

    Thanks Joey, you are this weeks WPDR "Player To Be Blamed Later" for Week 3 of this 2008 Patriots campaign. When will the rest of the NFL learn? I would expect a lot of traffic running right through Joey's assigned gap on Sunday afternoon. That's a shame. Oh and don't forget this pearl of wisdom from last May. "They [the Patriots] cheated, there should be an asterisk. They cheated and they got caught" That excerpt from and interview on ESPN's NFL Live May 23, 2008.

    I doubt that every member of the 2007 Patriots had forgotten that comment. None the less if they had, I would be surprised if it did not resurface today in conjunction with his new statements. God speed Joey. You're in for a long afternoon.

    timmy@wickedpissadude.com

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    1 Comments:

    Anonymous michelle said...

    Haha, good ole Joey Porter. His mouth definitely writes check that the rest of his team ends up having to cash. I'd be pissed if I was his teammate - giving teams extra motivation to obliterate the... who is it again? Oh yeah, the Miami freakin' Dolphins. *shiver* I'm scared. ;-)

    ps. I finally figured out that I can see the Captcha graphic at work, but not at home. Odd. Oh well.

    September 18, 2008 at 3:20 PM  

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