Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Final Fantasy Football Report: MULES WIN!

Not wishing to disappoint my Bikini wearing fans...I coached the "Mules" through the Fantasy Football Playoffs and won the Championship, defeating the Will County Bears.

Here's the screen shot announcing the Championship. It says...


Mules won the Freakin Bring It Championship by a score of 125 to 89 over will county bears. Tom Brady led the team in scoring in the championship round and he also led the team in scoring for the season. Congrats once again toMules on a terrific Fantasy Football Season. Hope to see you all next year!

Also in that screen shot was a dejected Peyton Manning after being pulled by Coach Caldwell in the third quarter to "rest" his starters and give up the opportunity for Football History.

Piss Off! In the words of Vince Lombardi, who's trophy we all play for, "There's only one important thing...winning!"

Colts fans are lobbying hard to have Sir Hook lead the Colts in the playoffs. Hell, I didn't even rest Dallas Clark in my final championship game, knowing the risk of him being benched later in the Jets game that day.

Coach Caldwell's decision is like pulling out before climax...leaving everyone unfulfilled and frustrated! Like General George S. Patton said, "The only good defense is offense." Play to win, instead of playing to avoid being hurt.

Let's Play Ball Boys...and WIN!

Sir Hook the Fantasy Football Coach of the Year of Warrick

1 comment:

Sir Bowie of Greenbriar (a.k.a. David A. Kuhn) said...

I'll play middle road (or middle field) here.

yes, play to win; however, to finish first, you must first finish.

I'm sure the Payton Manning would love sitting at home with his broken ankle propped up on a nice pillow thinking, "Yea, but at least we beat the Jets in a meaningless game."

On the other hand, the Colts owe it to fans -- who pay better than good money -- to give it 100%

On the other hand...

Sir Bowie "my Redskins didn't even show up for most games this year and when they did managed to find a way to grasp defeat in the jaws of victory" of Greenbriar