Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Action Football! Season 2 Episode 10


Now you know.

Joe Cox: The Ginger Ninja?


My ass! I finally saw a picture of Joe Cox the other day in a magazine. He looks like Powder. He may get the Bulldogs together to beat the Gators this weekend, or he may bring a deer back to life after a hunter shoots it. Why are you shaving your head, Joe? As a ginger, I can tell you, we are not the people to have a bald head. Christ, he is scary looking.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Seriously?


I am gonna have to be the one to say this? Seriously? I mean, come on. The Packers were not willing to bring Farve back for one more disappointing year, but Ahman Green is a no-brainer? COME ON! I am sure Samkon Gado will be more that happy to take a break from his job as a clerk at Big Lots to do whatever the hell the Packers are going to do with Green for the next whenever the hell they use him. Here is a list of Free Agent RB who are available and you play GM:
1. Shaun Alexander
2. Samkon Gado
3. Andre Hall
4. Rudi Johnson
5. Travis Minor
6. Michael Pittman
7. Dominic Rhodes

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Rochester Binghampton Quad 4s: Week 7

  1. New Orleans (6-0; 4)
  2. Indianapolis (5-0: 1)
  3. Denver (6-0; 5)
  4. Minnesota (6-0; 3)
  5. New England (4-2; 10)
  6. Atlanta (4-1; 7)
  7. NY Giants (5-1; 2)
  8. Pittsburgh (4-2; 9)
  9. Philadelphia (3-2; 6)
  10. Cincinnati (4-2; 8)
Week 6, 5, 4.

Buddy Randolph Quad 4s: Week 7

  1. New Orleans (6-0; 4)
  2. Denver (6-0; 5)
  3. Indianapolis (5-0; 1)
  4. Minnesota (6-0; 2)
  5. New England (4-2; 10)
  6. NY Giants (5-1; 3)
  7. Atlanta (4-1; 8)
  8. Cincinnati (4-2; 7)
  9. Baltimore (3-3; 9)
  10. Pittsburgh (4-2; 14)
Week 6, 5, 4.

Rochester Binghampton Top 25: Week 8

  1. Florida (6-0; 1)
  2. Texas (6-0; 3)
  3. Alabama (7-0; 2)
  4. Boise State (6-0; 4)
  5. Miami (5-1; 5)
  6. USC (5-1; 6)
  7. Penn State (6-1; 9)
  8. Oklahoma State (5-1; 11)
  9. TCU (6-0; 12)
  10. Cincinnati (6-0; 13)
  11. LSU (5-1; 14)
  12. Virginia Tech (5-1; 7)
  13. Oregon (5-1; 15)
  14. Oklahoma (3-3; 10)
  15. Georgia Tech (6-1; 17)
  16. Iowa (7-0; 18)
  17. BYU (6-1; 16)
  18. Texas Tech (5-2; 24)
  19. Ohio State (5-2; 8)
  20. Houston (5-1; 22)
  21. Ole Miss (4-2; NR)
  22. Pittsburgh (6-1; NR)
  23. Boston College (5-2; NR)
  24. Central Michigan (6-1: NR)
  25. Utah (5-1; NR)
Week 7, 6, 5, 4.

Buddy Randolph Top 25: Week 8

  1. Florida (6-0; 1)
  2. Alabama (7-0; 2)
  3. Texas (6-0; 3)
  4. Boise State (6-0; 5)
  5. USC (5-1; 6)
  6. Cincinnati (6-0; 7)
  7. TCU (6-0; 9)
  8. Iowa (7-0; 12)
  9. Georgia Tech (6-1; 19)
  10. Virginia Tech (5-2; 4)
  11. Miami (5-1; 10)
  12. Penn State (6-1; 13)
  13. LSU (5-1; 14)
  14. Oregon (5-1; 15)
  15. Oklahoma State (5-1; 17)
  16. BYU (6-1; 18)
  17. Houston (5-1; 23)
  18. Ohio State (5-2; 8)
  19. Pitt (6-1; 24)
  20. Texas Tech (5-2; NR)
  21. West Virginia (5-1; NR)
  22. South Florida (5-1; 21)
  23. Nebraska (5-2; 16)
  24. Cal (4-2; NR)
  25. Oklahoma (3-3; 11)
Week 7, 6, 5, 4.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Action Football! Season 2 Episode 8

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Rochester Binghampton Quad 4s: Week 6

  1. Indianapolis (5-0; 1)
  2. NY Giants (5-0; 3)
  3. Minnesota (4-0; 5)
  4. New Orleans (4-0; 2)
  5. Denver (5-0; NR)
  6. Philadelphia (3-1; 6)
  7. Atlanta (3-1; 7)
  8. Cincinnati (4-1; NR)
  9. Pittsburgh (3-2; 10)
  10. New England (3-2; 4)

Week 5, 4.

Buddy Randolph Quad 4s: Week 6

  1. Indianapolis (5-0; 3)
  2. Minnesota (5-0; 4)
  3. NY Giants (5-0; 5)
  4. New Orleans (4-0; 2)
  5. Denver (5-0; NR)
  6. Philadelphia (3-1; 6)
  7. Cincinnati (4-1; 9)
  8. Atlanta (3-1; NR)
  9. Baltimore (3-2; 1)
  10. New England (3-2; 8)

Week 5, 4.

Rochester Binghampton Top 25: Week 7

  1. Florida (5-0; 1)
  2. Alabama (6-0; 3)
  3. Texas (5-0; 2)
  4. Boise State (5-0; 4)
  5. Miami (4-1; 5)
  6. USC (4-1; 6)
  7. Virginia Tech (5-1; 7)
  8. Ohio State (5-1; 8)
  9. Penn State (5-1; 9)
  10. Oklahoma (3-2; 10)
  11. Oklahoma State (4-1; 11)
  12. TCU (4-1; 13)
  13. Cincinnati (5-0; 14)
  14. LSU (5-1; 3)
  15. Oregon (5-1; 17)
  16. BYU (5-1; 18)
  17. Georgia Tech (5-1; 19)
  18. Iowa (6-0; NR)
  19. Kansas (5-0; 20)
  20. South Florida (5-0; NR)
  21. Notre Dame (4-1; 25)
  22. Houston (4-1; 24)
  23. South Carolina (5-1; NR)
  24. Texas Tech (4-2; NR)
  25. Wisconsin (5-1; 22)

Week 6, 5, 4.

Buddy Randolph Top 25: Week 7

  1. Florida (5-0; 1)
  2. Alabama (6-0; 3)
  3. Texas (5-0; 2)
  4. Virginia Tech (5-1; 4)
  5. Boise State (5-0; 5)
  6. USC (4-1; 6)
  7. Cincinnati (5-0; 7)
  8. Ohio State (5-1; 10)
  9. TCU (4-0; 8)
  10. Miami (4-1; 11)
  11. Oklahoma (3-2; 12)
  12. Iowa (6-0; 15)
  13. Penn State (5-1; 13)
  14. LSU (5-1; 9)
  15. Oregon (5-1; 14)
  16. Nebraska (4-1; 17)
  17. Oklahoma State (4-1; 16)
  18. BYU (5-1; 19)
  19. Georgia Tech (5-1; 22)
  20. Kansas (5-0; 21)
  21. South Florida (5-0; 23)
  22. South Carolina (5-1; NR)
  23. Houston (4-1; NR)
  24. Pitt (5-1; NR)
  25. Notre Dame (4-1; NR)

Week 6, 5, 4.

Rochester Binghampton Quad 4s: Week 5

  1. Indianapolis (4-0; 1)
  2. New Orleans (4-0; 3)
  3. NY Giants (4-0; 4)
  4. New England (3-1; 6)
  5. Minnesota (4-0; 7)
  6. Philadelphia (2-1; 8)
  7. Atlanta (2-1; 9)
  8. San Francisco (3-1; NR)
  9. Denver (4-0; NR)
  10. Pittsburgh (2-2; NR)

Week 4.

Buddy Randolph Quad 4s: Week 5

  1. New Orleans (4-0; 2)
  2. Indianapolis (4-0; 3)
  3. Minnesota (4-0; 4)
  4. NY Giants (4-0; 5)
  5. Baltimore (3-1; 1)
  6. Philadelphia (2-1; 6)
  7. New England (3-1; 8)
  8. NY Jets (3-1; 7)
  9. Cincinnati (3-1; 9)
  10. San Francisco (3-1; 10)

Week 4.

Rochester Binghampton Top 25: Week 6

  1. Florida (4-0; 1)
  2. Texas (4-0; 2)
  3. LSU (5-0; 3)
  4. Alabama (5-0; 4)
  5. Boise State (5-0; 5)
  6. Miami (3-1; 10)
  7. USC (4-1; 6)
  8. Virginia Tech (4-1; 7)
  9. Ohio State (4-1; 8)
  10. Penn State (4-1; 9)
  11. Oklahoma (2-2; 11)
  12. Oklahoma State (3-1; 13)
  13. Ole Miss (3-1; 14)
  14. TCU (4-0; 15)
  15. Cincinnati (5-0; 17)
  16. Georgia (3-2; 18)
  17. Oregon (4-1; 19)
  18. BYU (4-1; 20)
  19. Georgia Tech (4-1; 20)
  20. Kansas (4-0; 22)
  21. UCLA (3-1; 23)
  22. Wisconsin (5-0; NR)
  23. South Florida (5-0; NR)
  24. Houston (3-1; 12)
  25. Notre Dame (4-1; NR)

Week 5, 4.

Buddy Randolph Top 25: Week 6

  1. Florida (4-0; 1)
  2. Texas (4-0; 2)
  3. Alabama (5-0; 3)
  4. Virginia Tech (4-1; 4)
  5. Boise State (5-0; 5)
  6. USC (4-1; 7)
  7. Cincinnati (5-0; 6)
  8. TCU (4-0; 8)
  9. LSU (5-0; 10)
  10. Ohio State (4-1; 11)
  11. Miami (3-1; 18)
  12. Oklahoma (2-2; 9)
  13. Penn State (4-1; 14)
  14. Oregon (4-1; 17)
  15. Iowa (5-0; 13)
  16. Oklahoma State (3-1; 16)
  17. Nebraska (3-1; 22)
  18. Auburn (5-0; NR)
  19. BYU (4-1; 21)
  20. Missouri (4-0; NR)
  21. Kansas (4-0; 22)
  22. Georgia Tech (4-1; NR)
  23. South Florida (5-0; NR)
  24. Wisconsin (5-0; NR)
  25. Cal (3-2; 15)

Week 5, 4.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Action Football! Season 2 Episode 7

Craving our Action Football! Top 25s and o-fficial Quad 4 Power Poll? Tough luck. Boo, Rochester! Keep your eyes peeled for those weekly entries on the blog in the coming days. (Hopefully before next Monday afternoon....)


(By the way, Rochester did say "Utah.")

Monday, October 5, 2009

MonDay in Football

This post doesn't have anything to do with football news. Instead, it's explaining the last few posts lest you get too confused. Since it's the eve of recording the next podcast, I figured it was high time to get the Top 25s and power polls from last week. I mean, Christ, we've only got hours before they're completely obsolete, so why not?

Rochester Binghampton Quad 4s: Week 4

  1. Indianapolis (3-0)
  2. Baltimore (3-0)
  3. New Orleans (3-0)
  4. NY Giants (3-0)
  5. NY Jets (3-0)
  6. New England (2-1)
  7. Minnesota (3-0)
  8. Philadelphia (2-1)
  9. Atlanta (2-1)
  10. Green Bay (2-1)

Buddy Randolph Quad 4s: Week 4

  1. Baltimore (3-0)
  2. New Orleans (3-0)
  3. Indianapolis (3-0)
  4. Minnesota (3-0)
  5. NY Giants (3-0)
  6. Philadelphia (2-1)
  7. NY Jets (3-0)
  8. New England (2-1)
  9. Cincinnati (2-1)
  10. San Francisco (2-1)

Rochester Binghampton Top 25: Week 5

  1. Florida (4-0; 1)
  2. Texas (4-0; 4)
  3. Alabama (4-0; 5)
  4. LSU (4-0; 7)
  5. Boise State (4-0; 6)
  6. USC (3-1; 9)
  7. Virginia Tech (3-1; 12)
  8. Ohio State (3-1; 10)
  9. Penn State (3-1; 3)
  10. Miami (2-1; 8)
  11. Oklahoma (2-1; 11)
  12. Houston (3-0; 13)
  13. Oklahoma State (3-1; 14)
  14. Ole Miss (2-1; 15)
  15. TCU (3-0; 16)
  16. Cal (3-1; 2)
  17. Cincinnati (4-0; 17)
  18. Georgia (3-1; 22)
  19. Oregon (3-1; 24)
  20. BYU (3-1; 19)
  21. Georgia Tech (3-1; 20)
  22. Kansas (4-0; 21)
  23. UCLA (3-0; 23)
  24. Michigan (4-0; 25)
  25. Florida State (2-2; 18)

Week 4.

Buddy Randolph Top 25: Week 5

  1. Florida (4-0; 1)
  2. Texas (4-0; 2)
  3. Alabama (4-0; 3)
  4. Virginia Tech (3-1; 7)
  5. Boise State (4-0; 8)
  6. Cincinnati (4-0; 11)
  7. USC (3-1; 9)
  8. TCU (3-0; 13)
  9. Oklahoma (2-1; 9)
  10. LSU (4-0; 12)
  11. Ohio State (3-1; 15)
  12. Houston (3-0; 17)
  13. Iowa (4-0; NR)
  14. Penn State (3-1; 4)
  15. Cal (3-1; 5)
  16. Oklahoma State (3-1; 18)
  17. Oregon (3-1; NR)
  18. Miami (2-1; 6)
  19. Georgia (3-1; 19)
  20. Nebraska (3-1; 22)
  21. BYU (3-1: 21)
  22. Kansas (4-0; 23)
  23. UCLA (3-0; 24)
  24. Michigan (4-0; NR)
  25. Notre Dame (3-1; NR)
Week 4.

Friday, October 2, 2009

FriDay in Football

NCAA
Injured Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will not play against Miami on Saturday night. I'm sure the decision to rest him for another week was made much easier because Miami got whipped by Virginia Tech last week and Bradford's back up, Landry Jones, has thrown for about a hundred touchdowns in relief.

West Virginia runner Noel Devine rushed for a career best 220 yards in a 35-24 win against Colorado last night. Bigger story: Colorado scored 24. What the shit, West Virginia defense?

There's a possibility that Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount may be reinstated before the end of the season. Apparently Oregon's definition of "season long suspension" is like Bill Clinton's definition of "sexual relations." HEY-OOOOOH!

NFL
Troy Polamalu hasn't ruled out playing Sunday night against San Diego. I haven't ruled out completely not giving a shit.

Speaking of the Steelers, running back Rashard Mendenhall was disciplined for not knowing his assignments. There's a joke in there somewhere about the quality of education at Illinois, but I can't quite pin it down....

In an update of a point from the other day, apparently Nike doesn't have a formal deal with Michael Vick after all; they'll just be providing him with free swag like they do with tons of athletes...and football bloggers, maybe? I could sure use some more retroed Jordans.

Action Football! diagram of Byron Hout going down after being chumped by LaGarrette Blount.