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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Matt Mosley Deserves One Squarely in the Nuts

And I hope he reads this (actually, it'd be helpful). I've sent my fair share of hate mail to writers/bloggers/blowhards throughout my time on the net but Mosley strikes me as the kind of guy who simply wouldn't respond to such attacks (Note that folks like Jemele Hill or Gene Wojo...whatever actually do respond...I actually called Wojo a retard once and to his credit, he responded with class). So instead I'm giving you the "rant" on the virtues of Mosely's Cowboys blowing...err...blogging.

Look ESPN, I know they're a big name team, "America's Team" and a decent draw, but so is the rest of the NFC East. Just off the top of my head, I'm fairly confident that the Eagles, Cowboys and Redskins represent 3 of the top 5 most valuable franchises in the NFL. But to then bring in Mosely as the NFC East "Blogger" (because he's a fucking writer), a former Cowboys beatwriter, award winner for the Dallas Morning News and Baylor University (In Texas!!!). Seriously, the only way you could be more biased in hiring is if you added Dave Campo (because we know he's unemployed...oh you say he's Terrence Newman's chauffeur now?).

Since ESPN started this "blogging" endeavor, its been one Mosley horseshit Cowboy lovefest piece after another (and that was just today). Sean Salisbury hated(hates?) the Eagles, but at least he had the decency to keep picking the Panthers. Merrill Hoge does too, but Jaws is right there to twist his nuts. Mosley's got no one to keep him in check. He's like a reverse GCobb with spellcheck.

So let's ban together, Cowboy haters (lookin at you 'Skins and Vagiants fans) and stop Mosley before the poison spreads to far!

And while we're at it, Let's talk about this tidbit in Mosley's most recent piece: "I get the feeling the controversial wide receiver has moved on with his life. I'm not so sure about his former team."

Which would be real fine if Terrell Owens did just respond (talking about the past mind you): “I think the fans and just the excitement of me coming there and being there, it became too overwhelming for Donovan. Other than that, I think at one point in time I will say that we had a good relationship. I think I got too big for Philly, too big for him."

Too big for Philly? Really?

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