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Monday, October 11, 2004
No Trade of Johnson: Gruden

By Steven Taylor @ 1:27 pm

Simms doubtful for next Bucs game; Griese will start

Meanwhile, Gruden said the team will not trade Johnson, who has lost 13 of 20 starts since leading the Bucs to a Super Bowl victory in January 2003.

“I’m not going to answer all the rumor mill,'’ Gruden said. “There’s a lot of inaccuracies out there. Brad Johnson is a big part of this football team and will continue to be that.'’

Seems to me that if a deal would be struck with Baltimore, it could be hugely mutually beneficial to both teams, depending on whaty changed hands. Baltimore needs a steadier hand at QB, and Billick worked wonders with Johnson at Minnesota. Furtther, Tampa needs to look to the future, which is Simms.

Of course, this is all speculation, but that’s why I get paid those bog NFL analyst bucks.

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  1. I have changed my mind. I have changed my vote. I will vote for John F Kerry on November 5. Here is why:

    1) Simms will not start for the Bucs. This happened under the Bush Administration. Under a Kerry Administration, there would be a better and smarter plan. Currently, on any given Sunday, half of all NFL teams lose! This sort of failure rate is not acceptable. Under Kerry, everyone will be a winner.

    2) Loud movies damage the hearing of children, particularly minority children of gay parents. George Bush has no plan for this. John F Kerry probably does.

    3) Christopher Reeve died on the watch of George W Bush. How many more superheroes must we lose before the Earth becomes vulnearble. John F Kerry knew Superman. I bet George W Buish doesn’t even know Aquaman.

    4) I saw “The Day After Tomorrow.” It scared me. Did you see what happened when renegade scientists drilled in the Arctic? Boat wolves went hungry. George W Bush wants do drill in the Arctic. I stand with boat wolves.

    5) Even though the unemployment rate is 5.4%, under Republican administrations, people actually don’t like to pick up there unemployment checks and hide instead. This explains why Bush can claim we’ve created jobs and lowered the unemployment rate while in reality we have outsourced everything. The REAL unemployment rate is near 45%, worse than it was in the Great Depression.

    6) Labels don’t mean anything. Under a Kerry administration, we will finally repeal laws that require nutritional labels on food. The problem with nutrition labels is that they shift the responsibility for obesity to individuals instead of evil multinational corporations that outsource their food to starve children in Third World countries. John F Kerry has a plan for this.

    6) Our schools are failing. Children can’t count. On the first day of a Kerry administration, all children will count. You can count on it.

    7) Teresa Heinz will not bake cookies in the White House, especially pumpkin cookies. No one likes pumpkin cookies anyways, and instead of counting our children, we are feeding them pumpkin cookies (without nutritional labels, mind you). And do we really want our First Lady baking cookies when Superman is dead?! I would much rather have her slaying dragons and muck monsters.

    8) I wanted to see how smart my daughter was and I had her count the number of allies we have in Iraq. After wiping the pumpkin from her face, she told me that she couldn’t count any. WE DON’T HAVE ANY ALLIES IN THE IRAQ WAR - NOT A SINGLE ONE!! BUSH LIED!!!

    9) The media landscape is changing. My good friend Dan is under attack by right wing thugs playing pajamarama in the blogosphere. But can they correctly put URL in their comment boxes?! No, they can’t! They say URI!!! If they can’t even get the difference between URL and URI correct, how will they be able to tell if fake documents are truly accurate?

    I ask you, Steven, what’s the frequency?

    Steve, what’s the frequency?

    What’s the frequency?

    Comment by John Lemon — Monday, October 11, 2004 @ 2:21 pm

  2. Damnit! I thought by becoming a Democrat I would become smarter. Instead, I see that I used “there” instead of “their.” Damnit!

    Comment by John Lemon — Monday, October 11, 2004 @ 2:23 pm

  3. Last I checked Johnson was a free agent in the fantasy league I’m in but I couldn’t decide who to drop, Garcia or Testaverde to get him.

    Comment by Jeff — Monday, October 11, 2004 @ 2:32 pm

  4. Is that it Jeff?!

    You have to play football in a fantasy world? You can’t handle reality under George W Bush?!

    Maybe it is time to bring reality back to politics and football. Vote Kerry ‘04!

    Comment by John Lemon — Monday, October 11, 2004 @ 3:00 pm

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