Found August 21, 2013 on The Money Shot:
Which one of you smart alecs put water in my bottle of ****? We are still a couple of weeks away from original NFL predictions post here. You can cut the tension with a knife at Money Shot HQ. I was extremely tempted to pick the Dolphins to win the AFC East as a way to reward IceBro for swearing multiple times during his best man speech. That’s not going to happen anymore. And we have finally found our first season-ending injury of someone that we all know. In case you missed it on Saturday night, Lauren Tannehill’s husband threw a pass to underrated TE Dut Keller in the flat. Texans rookie S DJ Swearinger tackled him low and Dut’s knee went in about 40 different directions. He tore everything. He gone. It sucks for him and for the team but this is the **** that happens. Swearinger, who is a goddamn maniac and I mean that in a good way, was quoted after the game saying that he knows not to go after the head and that “it’s football, BRO!”. And he’s right. He did nothing wrong. He m...
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