What Would Buddy Do?
Your first official “Donovan McNabb must go” article of the 2008 season
Posted on September 13th, 2008 at 2:44 am by Cheesesteak Hoagie

I’m…at a loss.

Read it right here.

There’s no name attached, but Reuben Frank has his name on a couple of the other posts? I dunno. Is this supposed to be a joke or something? Or is someone on the Phillyburbs staff really that much of a hater?

38-3, dude. Life is meadows, right?

Staring at ground, shaking head.

(Editor’s Note: we’ve confirmed that it wasn’t Reuben Frank — though the actual author has yet to surface!)

Comments so far:

Link Here | September 13, 2008,

pardon my french, but unbefuckinglievable.

Giving up after 1 game — a 38-3 win? Really? Really?

This must be sarcasm. It must be. It probably isn’t but I’m going to keep telling myself that it is.

Comment by BrianS


Link Here | September 13, 2008,

Hoagie, have you seen this one?
http://www.examiner.com/x-850-Dallas-Cowboys-Examiner~y2008m9d12-Definition-of-choke-Donovan-McNabb

This guy trying to pass himself off as a professional journalist calls Donovan McNabb the definition of choke.

I guess he’s repressing the memory of the first No. 1 seed in the NFC to lose in the 2nd round of the playoffs since the NFL went to the 12-team playoff format in 1990. That’s right, kids, it’s your 2007 Dallas Cowboys.

Source:

http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=280113006

Comment by BrianS


Link Here | September 13, 2008,

I just clicked through.

You’ve given that buffoon too much respect already. Not such an impressive offering, if I do say so myself. We shan’t discuss him; not worthy of the effort.

Is this the state of the Cowboys bloggertariat? For shame.

Comment by Cheesesteak Hoagie |


Link Here | September 15, 2008,

Oh come on, he has a point. You think McFLabb is going to be healthy the entire season? Bring on Kolby cheese.

Comment by thelandryhat |


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