Backup New York Giants Tight End Kevin Boss Godly Wikipedia

Kevin Boss Strange Wikipedia Entry

The New York Giants won the NFL Super Bowl back in February over the 18-1 not 19-0TM New England Patriots. Many have attributed some of the success to the fact that disruptive pro bowl tight end Jeremy Shockey got hurt and was unable to play. Rumors have since circulated that Shockey will be traded, released, or somehow not with the team next year and the move is likely to come during the first day of the NFL Draft.

Shockey’s replacement Kevin Boss is the only one that does not believe that.

“He’ll be back,” Boss said, per Vacchiano. “I’ve got a lot more to learn from him. He’s been a great mentor. Obviously he’s a better player than me. He can do some things I can’t yet.”

Doing a little research on the modest not as good Boss shows he is right about Shockey being the superior douchebag and football player regardless of whether he is right about him being back in blue next season or not. Research lead to the Kevin Boss Wikipedia entry that seemed simple enough except for one strange line (maybe I am missing something somewhere???):

Kevin Boss has also been referred to by many as God in the second coming.

WTF does that mean? Is that a prank? Is that a rightfully mad Giants fan that sees that Boss is not THAT good that you can throw away a talent like Shockey? Or is that Shockey himself editing that entry, after all he is disgruntled by the perception that the Giants got better when he was off the field.

Anyone have any insight on this or the Patriots trying to trade mark “19-0″ (link above) when they finished 18-1? Don’t Stop Believing

How is a catch like this *possible*?

How could David Tyree pin the football to his dome in the Superbowl?

Granted, I only watched a few minutes of the damn game. I had better things to do. I can’t ever remember the damn game the year before, so I might as well skip what I’m going to forget more quickly than a stoner does with a pizza in the oven.

But I did manage to see what will surely be hailed as one of the greatest catches in the game, one that brought down the Patriots and ruined their “perfect season.” Waaaah.

David Tyree catch

I really think that helmet should be tested for sticky substances. Maybe Tyree rubbed some ol’ pine tar on the dome? Maybe some nacho cheese? HMMMMMM? I demand an investigation, damnit

.David Tyree helmet

Notice the convenient location of the sticky nacho cheese on Tyree’s helmet, which is pictured above.

All in all I don’t have any business blogging about pro football, since I don’t really follow it. Then again, I’m not really sure that I have any business babbling about anything but possible scenarios involving meth-fueled satanic Teletubbies that go on a shotgun spree in a VW bus while listening to Sepultura.

Super Bowl XLII Patriots vs. Giants Simulated by Tecmo Bowl

Super Bowl XLII Simulated by Tecmo Bowl

Tomorrow, February 3, 2008, is the annual NFL championship game also known as the Super Bowl XLII held in Arizona at the $455 million dollar ridiculously awesome University of Phoenix Stadium that features a retractable roof and roll-out grass field.

The game features MVP Tom Brady and the still undefeated New England Patriots including Randy Moss, Wes Welker, Asante Samuel, and more.  Their opponents are the New York Giants, lead by Peyton Manning’s little brother Eli Manning and an assortment of strong players that includes future Hall of Famer Michael Strahan, Brandon Jacobs, and Plaxico Burress that has run his mouth all week leading up to the big game (and is now questionable for the game).

In celebration of this event tomorrow, the boys at set up the old school Tecmo Bowl and simulated the game.  The videos are available from Joystiq via YouTube and the game summary is at the site.  Check it out and get your bets in while you still have time.

New York Giant Player is a Lamb Castrator

Grey Ruegamer New York Giant Lamb Killer

I just found an article that shows a backup player named Grey Ruegamer for the NFC Champion New York Giants castrates lambs with his teeth in the off-season. With all the Tom Brady talk leading up to the Super Bowl, I thought this was a funny article to surface days before the “big game”. This guy is a backup lineman on the underdog team and it is about biting the junk off of animals…that is pretty much a non-story. Oddly enough this guy won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots a few years back…which makes it a Good Morning America “feel good” story.