Today, to me, is an example of sports radio gone wrong.
We briefly interupt this blog post with the news that Mickey Rourke is in talks to star in Iron Man 2. You think him and Robert Downey Jr could have some discussions about a thing or two? Is that somehow unsafe or disrespectful to each of their shots at sober living to put them on the same movie set?
Back to overtime. Look, everyone, we will still see Peyton Manning in every other commercial during the playoffs and Super Bowl. He and Eli got that whole matchup against the Williams sisters coming up. Peyton is going to be alright. We do not have to change the entire overtime rules because his Colts didn't win. It's really ok.
For some reason throughout the show fans have been calling with their suggestions on how this overtime issue can be fixed. Someone just called and talked about the teams placing blind bids in what seemed like a take off on Name That Tune.
Eli Manning: We can score starting at the 50 yard line
Kurt Warner: We can score starting at our 40 yard line
Eli Manning: We can score starting at our 30 yard line
Kurt Warner: We can score starting at our 20 yard line
Eli Manning: Kurt, go for it.
Someone else suggested that they decide it based on which team has the best offensive stats. Someone else suggested they line up the girls that each quarterback slept with that night and then the fans vote on which girl is the hottest and that team gets the ball (i actually completely made that up).
How about this? The Colts defense stops the Chargers and gets Peyton Manning back on the field and he wins the game? Or he converts the 3rd and 2 late in the game that would've iced it. How about one of those things happens and we keep flipping the coin? Or do the QB hot chick thing, either one is cool by me.
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