Wednesday, April 11, 2007
The whole damn thing's pretty conventional now. Who knows? Maybe next week will be swords.
The schedule is out. Overall it's not too bad, but it's not too good either.
No annual December visit (and loss) to KC. We go there on Nov. 11
A 3 game homestand sandwiched around a bye week.
Pathetic NFC North opponents and we get Green Bay and the Vikings here (two of the toughest places in the NFL to play). That might not be a good thing, we went 1-3 against the even more pathetic NFC West last year.
Pitt here (week 7). Payback time, bitches (sort of). Too bad Joey Porter won't be around for me to shoot in the ass.
Homegrown tub of goo LenDale White returns home (week 11). He might weigh 3 bills by the time he gets here.
The opportunity to show Kubes just how far he still has to go to get that franchise competitive (week 15)
Opening on the fucking road again (at Buffalo)
3 two-game road trips
2 of the last 3 and 4 of the last 6 on the road. This is utter horseshit. Were they trying to balance out the three game homestand?
at Indy (week 4)
at SD (week 16). Enough already. Can we go to their building earlier in the year for a change? Is that too much to ask?
No NE, no guaranteed win
Once again, the bye week comes too early for my tastes (week 6). Last year it was week 3. Not good. I want a return good old days where you could pencil in a bye between weeks 8-10 every year.
So, we've got tough games at Indy, at KC, at Chicago and at SD, but anyway you slice it you're looking at 16-0.
Yep, 16-0. Why are you laughing?